Master of transformation Gabor Török, has produced some exquisite work over the course of his career. Born in Budapest in 1952, the sculptor trained as a gold and silver smith after leaving school, and later earned an apprenticeship as a restorer at the National Museum Budapest. In 1980 he began working as an artist in his own studio, and since then has exhibited throughout Europe, as well as in Asia and the USA. Török has also been commissioned to craft many large scale sculptures for public spaces, including Castle Eichenzell, Frankfurt Airport and The Holocaust Memorial, Berlin amongst others.
With a lot of craftsmanship Török transfers the formerly static structures into flowing movements and gives them elegance and dynamism. Discover more about Török and his artwork below.