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Janos Szasz Saxon

Poly-dimensional Fields

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Szasz Saxon

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Born in 1964, Tarpa, Hungary.


Tibor Csiky sculptor and János Fajó painter in Budapest
Carmelo Arden Quin artist-theoretician in Paris


2004  Study tours to “El Camino” Santiago de Compostella, Spain 
1986-  Study tours to Paris, Moscow, Linz, Madrid, Milano, Naples, Berlin, Bruxelles, New York, Fortaleza etc.
1988-89  Post-graduated from the University of Art and Design, with a metal public sculpture, Budapest, Hungary 
1984-88  Graduated from the Bánki Donát Technical College (Óbudai University), Budapest, Hungary 
1982-90   Graduated from Pesti Műhely (Pest Workshop), Budapest, Hungary 
1978-82   Zrínyi Ilona High School, Nyíregyháza, Hungary 


2017  Erasmus+, PUSE – Poly-Universe in School Education, EU – inventor/expert
2016  MTA: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Széchenyi Academy of Letters and Arts – regular member
2011  ESMA – European Society for Mathematics and Art – member, Paris, France 
2010  Poly-Universe Ltd. – co-founder, owner
2010  Bridges Organization – participant, USA
2008  Experience Workshop – Experience Centered Education of Mathematic – artist and educator, Hungary 
2007  Salon des réalités nouvelles Paris – participant, Paris, France 
2003   International Symmetry Association – member, Budapest, Hungary 
1995   International Mobile MADI Museum Foundation – co-founder, curator, Hungary 
2005-2012  MTA-MADI Geometria Galéria – art organizer-director, Győr, Hungary 
1998-2010  MADI art periodical – co-founder and editor, Budapest, Hungary 
1992-2010  International MADI Company, Paris (the movement started in 1946 in Buenos Aires), member
1992-2010  Árnyékkötők Foundation – president, Budapest, Hungary 
1990-2004  ÁME, Light and Shadow Art Association – founder and president, 1990- in Budapest, Hungary 
1990-2004  Árnyékkötők electrographic art/co-media periodical – co-founder, editor, Budapest, Hungary 
1989-2004  Árnyékkötők group (Budapest) – founder, member, organiser
1991-1993  Lappangó Elem group – founder, member, Budapest, Hungary 
1988-1991  Meditation group – member, Budapest, Hungary 
1982-1983  Csepeli Műhely – member, Csepel workshop, Hungary 
1979-1983  Gönc- Encs Nemzetközi Alkotótábor/ International creative camp – member, Hungary 
1978-1982  Nyíregyházi Vizuális Műhely – co-founder, Nyíregyháza Workshop, Hungary 

Prizes, scholarships 

2018 Magyar Talentumok / Hungary Emerging ? Magyar Foundation of North America (MFNA)
2016  Szokolya honorary citizen title, Hungary
2011  Pollock-Krasner Grant – New York, USA
2010  Prize of ScienTile, Bridges Pécs 2010, Pécs, Hungary
2010  Special Award of the Innovation – Pannon Novum, Hungary
2009  Prize of POLIUNIVERSE – knowledge produc – Innoreg, Gábor Baross, Hungary
2008  Artists scholarship – National Culture Fund – Budapest, Hungary
2005  Artists scholarship “20thCentury of József Attila” – Budapest, Hungary
2005  Artists scholarship – National Culture Fund, Budapest, Hungary
2004  Prize MET, 22nd Miskolc National Graphic Art Biennal – Miskolc, Hungary
2003  Prize of Csepeli Alkotó Fórum “Hommage á white colour” – Budapest, Hungary
2002  Pollock-Krasner Grant – New York, USA
2001-02  Site Ations artist residence – Snug Harbor Cultural Center, New York, Staten Island, USA
2001  MADI scholarship – FAME, Hungary
2000  Atelier résidence – Espace de l’Art Concret, Mouans-Sartoux, France 
1999  Artist scholarship – National Culture Fund,

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