I was born in
Nagyegyed, Transsilvania 20.06.1931. I got Master degree in chemistry in
1955 at the University Loránd Eötvös, Budapest. 1955-2000 I worked at
the University Loránd Eötvös and The Hungarian Academy of Sciences
teaching and making researches in the field of chemistry. I also spent
shorter-longer periods of time at different universities in Germany,
Italy and Canada. 1962 I got my PHD title, 1995 the degree "Doctor of
Hungarian Academy of Sciences". Between 1950-1964 I attended various
artschools in Budapest learning painting and drawing. In 1969, I had a
solo exhibition at the Eötvös Club, Budapest, presenting paintings and
I also organized exhibitions for avantgard artists at the Eötvös Club, Budapest. I organized and for a couple of years conducted an art school at the University Loránd Eötvös. Since 2000 I am working as photographer.
2004 Mediterranean Landscapes. Centre of Culture "Pataky". Budapest, Hungary
2006 Free See. The House of the Hungarian Photographers "Mai Manó", Budapest, Hungary
2008 Mountain Tales. Mountain Photo Festival, Aosta, Italy
2009 Montagne a sud di ogni dove, Museo Ken Damy di Brescia, La Biennale Internazionale d'Arte Fotografica, Aieta, Italy
2012 Three Late Tales, Gallery Budapest
Some group exhibitions:
2003. Visual Month. Budapest. Extra Award.
2004. Visual Month. Budapest. IInd Award.
2007. The Month of the Architecture. 2nd Award.
2008. Make It Eternal! Gallery G13. Budapest
2009. Everything that is not a Metropolis. Millenium Park. Budapest
2010. Experience! In all respect. Category 1st Award. The Palace of Arts, 2010 Budapest
2010. Homo Ludens XVIIth Esztergom Photography Biennial
Hungarian National Museum in Esztergom Castle Museum
Kolta Gallery, Budapest
2014. XIXh Esztergom Photography Biennia, Hungarian National Museum in Esztergom
Mediterranean Tales. Bilingual Photo Album. House of the Hungarian
Photographers. Budapest, 2008
Dobos Sándor: The Unbearable Joy of Macular Degeneration, Fotóművészet 2012. 2. sz.
Viktória Gajdos: Dobos Sándor (in Hungarian), Dgitális Fotó Magazin, 2011. december, p106
Artist in Residence, 2009, Krems (Austria)