1. Zootopia – ISCP New York (US) 
      2012.11.15. 
    2. Zootopia – Ludwig Múzeum Budapest   
      20.12.2012 (HU)
    3. Art Under a Dangerous Star – tranzit.hu (HU) 
      2014.04.25. 
    4. Art under dangerous Star – tranzit.hu, Budapest, 2014.05.09-05.30.
    5. Die große Illusion – CHB Berlin (DE)
      2014.06.27-10.26.
    6. Crosstalk Festival 7. Budapest (HU)
      2014.09.24.
    7. Private Nationalism – Dresden (DE)
      2015
    8. Private Nationalism – Open Gallery, Bratislava (SK)
      2015.02.10.-03.07.
    9. Amorous Geography – Metazoa Screen Saver Gallery (CZ) 2015.07.27.
    10. Private Nationalism – Kiscelli Museum Budapest (HU)
      2015.10.28.-12.13.
    11. Private Nationalism – Apartman Project Gallery (DE) Berlin, 2016.02.12.-03.06
    12. Universal hospitality I. – Alte Post/Wiener Festwochen – Wien (AT)
      2016.05.25-06.19.
    13. Private Nationalism – Košice (SK) 
      2017.03.27.-04.30.
    14. Teleport Gallery – Collegium Hungaricum Berlin (DE)
      2017.07.12-16.
    15. Re-Imagined Communities – tranzit.ro, Iasi (RO)
      2017.08.11.
    16. Re-emagined Communities – AIC University, Iasi (RO),
      2017.10.13.
    17. „Transylvania Retouched. A Matter of Landscape and Representation”, 
      Galeria Institutul Cultural Roman, Berlin (DE)
      25.07.-20.09.2020
    18. D’EST: Alyosha and the Rose Queen: Gestures of De-Monumentality – Plovdiv (BU) 
      08.10.2019.
    19. Leaning on the past, working for the future, WUK – Kunsthalle Exnergasse (AT)
      04.06.2020
    20. „Transylvania Retouched.
      A Matter of Landscape and Representation”
      MAGMA Contemporary Art Space – Sfântu Gheorghe (RO)
      17.09.-25.10.2020

This website has been published on June 4, 2020

The book is available from the publisher (25 EUR)
KissPál, Szabolcs; Kékesi, Zoltán (ed.); KissPál, Szabolcs (ed.); Molnár, Edit (ed.) 
A műhegyektől a politikai vallásig = From Fake Mountains to Faith: Magyar trilógia = Hungarian Trilogy Berlin, 
Germany: Edith-Russ-Haus für Medienkunst & Revolver Verlag (2017) , 254 p. ISBN: 9783957634023