Zoltán Enzoe Nagy
——Slovak Artist——

Zoltán Enzoe Nagy

Zoltán Enzoe Nagy was born on July 26th, 1970 in Komárno. After graduating from the Secondary School of Applied Arts in Košice, he continued his studies at the Faculty of Theology of Charles University and in the studios of the Academy of Musical Arts in Prague. He began his creative career under the guidance of the master of Czechoslovak photography, Tibor Huszár. In the early 1990s, under the influence of his father Menyhért Tiszai Nagy, he began to systematically focus on painting. He studied the old masters, their works, and the visual language of artistic creation. Today, Master Enzoe devotes himself to the creative discovery of the landscape by using various colour perspectives. He is looking for the most beautiful, most interesting, but also the most challenging part – the magical nature. He alternates his landscape paintings with demanding portraits. The author handles figural themes with ease and foresight.

However, his creative potential is fully realised in monumental paintings where he shocks with his perception of life and his commandments of the truth. In his work, he has only one motif of female beauty and works with only one theme; however, arranged on the most diverse levels. With the psychology of the relationship between surreal and living life. Cruel yet clear and impressive. There is no evil when you tore off its mouthpiece of eternal smiles, hypocrisy, and stunts.

Zoltán Enzoe Nagy is a member of the association of creative artists Medzibodrožia and Použia in Kráľovský Chlmec (TICC), a founding member of the House of Creation in Aranyosapáti, and creative workshops in Csarode (Hungary). He has participated in many collective and solo exhibitions. His artworks are in private collections, as well as gallery funds of renowned collectors in many countries all around the world.

Zoltán Enzoe Nagy has received the highest awards at international art festivals:

  • 2008 – Third Special Prize of the International Jury, Italy
  • 2009 – Special Critics Award, Italy
  • 2009 – Special prize of the city of Porto Sant’Elpidio, Italy


  • 1989 – Salon of Czechoslovak Photography PKOJF, Prague, Czech Republic
  • 1992 – Vay Adam Museum, Vaja, Hungary
  • 1994 – Minigallery, Mischkolz, Hungary
  • 1996 – 2005 – STM, Košice, Slovak Republic
  • 2000 – Stefania Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2001 – Rétközi Museum, Kisvárda, Hungary
  • 2002 – Várszínház és Művészetek Háza, Kisvárda, Hungary
  • 2003 – Art-MA Gallery, Dunajská Streda, Slovak Republic
  • 2003 – Várszínház és Művészetek Háza, Kisvárda, Hungary
  • 2005 – Art Festival, Victoria – Gozo, Malta
  • 2006 – Gallery of Nations – Pribeník, Slovak Republic
  • 2006 – Apor Vilmos Catholic Tanitókepző Főiskola, Vác, Hungary
  • 2006 – Jangsu Art Creative Studio, Korea
  • 2007 – Kazinczy Ferenc Museum, Sátoraljaújhely, Hungary
  • 2008 – Artistic forum, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
  • 2008 – Parliament of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
  • 2008 – VI. Medzibodrožij Cultural Festival, Municipal Gallery, Kráľovský Chlmec, Slovak Republic
  • 2008 – Premio Internationale d’arte, Porto Sant ‘Elpidio, Italy
  • 2008 – 20th Asropa Int. Art Exhibition, Jung Gallery, Susongdong Gunsansi, Korea
  • 2008 – COPUS Gallery, Veľké Kapušany, Slovak Republic
  • 2009 – Exhibition Hall of Jozef Mailath, Kráľovský Chlmec, Slovak Republic
  • 2009 – X. International Festival of Fine Arts, Villa Baruchello, Porto Sant ‘Elpidio, Italy
  • 2009 – Buhim Völgyi salon, Veszprém, Hungary
  • 2009 – Határmenti Összművészeti találkozó, Alkotógaléria, Nyíregyháza, Hungary
  • 2009 – XI. Premio Internationale d’arte San Crispino, Porto Sant’Elpidio, Italy
  • 2009 – Herman Ottó Museum, Mischkolz, Hungary
  • 2009 – Kindl Gallery, Tamási, Hungary
  • 2009 – Weba Gallery, Košice, Slovak Republic
  • 2010 – BCPB Chamber Gallery, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
  • 2010 – Gallery “Pekárna”, Košice, Slovak Republic
  • 2010 – Kysucká Gallery, Oščadnice, Slovak Republic
  • 2010 – Gallery “”Na schodech, Nitra, Slovak Republic
  • 2011 – Artem Assotiation, Slovak radio Gallery, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
  • 2011 – The 24th ASROPA international art Exhibition, Jung Gallery, Susongdong Gunsansi, Korea
  • 2012 – Makeka Gallery, Rab, Croatia
  • 2012 – Baia Mare, Nagybánya, Romania
  • 2012 – Artem Assotiation, Slovak radio Gallery, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
  • 2012 – VSG project, Marseille – Provence, France
  • 2013 – ARTisti & Co, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
  • 2013 – ARTisti & Co, Prague, Czech Republic
  • 2014 – ARTisti & Co, Vienna, Austria
  • 2019 – Orchard Gallery, Ostrava, Czech Republic