In Budapest he was part of the exhibition Five Young Artists, he organized the Art Club of Budapest and participated as secretary of the Gallery of Abstract Artists. He also took part in various European abstract art exhibitions such as Salon Realités Nouvelles in Paris, 1946, the Art Club Vienna, 1947, and Art Club Turin, 1948. He moved to Brazil in 1949 where he participated in several collective exhibitions, among them: I Biennial of São Paulo, exhibition Ruptura, I National Exhibition of Concrete Art São Paulo, 1956, Rio de Janeiro, 1957 and the Konkrete Kunst in Zurich in 1960. He moved to Paris in 1970 where he worked in an ink industry. He holds a worldwide patent for a plastic color system. In the 1980s, he moved to Portugal, where he died in 1989.