Most recent exhibition

 July 21-23, 2017, London, Chelsea Town Hall, Parallax Art Fair

Upcoming international art books presenting David Beeri’s art:

A selection of David Beeri’s past exhibitions

Individual exhibitions
  • 1979 Budapest, Hajdúhadház (Hungary)
  • 1980 Nagykálló, Fehérgyarmat, Baktalórántháza, Sátoraljaújhely, Nyíregyháza (Hungary)
  • 1981 Tatabánya, Budapest (Hungary)
  • 1982 Tata (Hungary)
  • 1983 Szentendre (Hungary)
  • 1986 Budapest (Hungary)
  • 1988 Konstanz (Germany)
  • 1989 Singen (Germany), Schwenningen (Germany)
  • 1991 Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 1992 Hosszúpályi (Hungary)
  • 1994 Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 1995 Nyíradony, Debrecen, Nyírábrány (Hungary)
  • 1996 Szekszárd (Hungary)
  • 1997 Berettyóújfalu, Vác (Hungary)
  • 1998 Debrecen, Nagykálló, Nyíregyháza, Baja (Hungary)
  • 1999 Pétervására, Hajdúszoboszló, Nyíregyháza, Füzesabony, Verpelét, Eger, Kisvárda, Balatonfüred, Vásárosnamény, Fehérgyarmat, Hajdúhadház, Baktalórántháza (Hungary)
  • 2000 Tilburg (Holland), Putnok (Hungary)
  • 2001 Zebegény (Hungary), Gersfeld (Germany)
  • 2002 Debrecen, Püspökladány (Hungary)
  • 2003 Debrecen, Budapest, Nyíregyháza, (Hungary), Nagybánya (Romania),
  • 2004 Debrecen, Nagykálló (Hungary)
  • 2005 Nagyrábé (Hungary)
  • 2006 Fehérgyarmat, Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 2007 Venice (Italy)
  • 2008 Nyíregyháza, Érd, Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 2009 Budapest, Sátoraljaújhely, Balatonföldvár (Hungary)
  • 2010 Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 2011 Barcelona (Spain), Toronto (Canada)
  • 2012 Nyíregyháza (Hungary)
  • 2013 Debrecen, Hajdúszoboszló (Hungary)
  • 2015 Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 2016 Affenhack Studios, Herne (Germany)
  • 2017 Max-Planck Insitute for Coal Research, Mülheim an der Ruhr (Germany)
  • 2017 Schollbrockhaus, Herne (Germany)
  • 2017 Ruhr-Gallery, Mülheim an der Ruhr (Germany)
Retrospective exhibitions
  • 1993 Szentendre (Hungary)
  • 1996 Budapest (Hungary)
  • 2012 Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 2017 Ruhr-Gallery, Mülheim an der Ruhr (Germany)
Constant exhibitions
  • 2005-2012 Myticism Gallery (David Beeri’s own gallery), Debrecen, (Hungary)
Group exhibitions
  • 1976 Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 1977 Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 1978 Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 1979 Budapest, Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 1980 Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 1983 Budapest (Hungary), Paris (France)
  • 1992 Travelling exhibition: Sapporo, Tokyo, Nagoya (Japan)
  • 1993 Travelling exhibition: New Brunswick (USA), Kobe, Toyoma Unasuki, Hukuoka (Japan)
  • 1994 Travelling exhibition: New York, New Brunswick, Washington, Philadelphia (USA), Gent (Belgium), Bremen (Germany)
  • 1995 Budapest (Hungary)
  • 1996 Tokyo, Niigata (Japan), Sátoraljaújhely, Debrecen (Hungary)
  • 1997 Nyíregyháza, Vác, Budapest (Hungary), Tokyo, Tigs (Japan)
  • 1998 Budapest (Hungary), New York (USA)
  • 1999 Nyíregyháza, Debrecen, Debrecen, Budapest, Vaja (Hungary), Gent (Belgium), Tel Aviv (Israel)
  • 2000 Debrecen (Hungary), New York (USA), Gent (Belgium)
  • 2001 Debrecen, Nyíregyháza (Hungary)
  • 2002 Debrecen, Nyíregyháza (Hungary)
  • 2003 Budapest, Hévíz (Hungary)
  • 2005 Budapest, Debrecen, Hévíz, Nyíregyháza (Hungary), Hannover (Germany)
  • 2006 Debrecen, Tokaj (Hungary)
  • 2008 Balatonszemes, Fót (Hungary), Beijing (China)
  • 2009 Budapest (Hungary), Gersfeld (Germany)
  • 2011 Toronto
  • 2015 Budapest, Szentendre, Debrecen, Tokaj (Hungary)
Art fairs
  • 2017 Art Basel 1.0, Switzerland, June
  • 2017 Parallax Art Fair, London, England, July
Paintings in private collections

Hungary, Romania, Germany, Greece, Serbia, Israel, England, Belgium, Austria, Poland, Russia, Japan, USA, Canada, Australia, Italy, France, Slovakia, Netherlands, Norway, Ukraine, Switzerland

Paintings in public collections
  • Budapest – Historical Museum, Hungarian Cultural Institution, Ethnographical Museum, Ministry of National Cultural Inheritance, Ministry of Finance (Hungary)
  • Nyíregyháza – Andras Josa Museum (Hungary)
  • Vaja – Adam Vay Museum (Hungary)
  • Kisvárda – Retbo Museum (Hungary)
  • Nagybánya – Telki Hungarian House (Hungary)
  • Frankfurt – Ethnographical Museum (Germany)
  • Toyama Unasuki – Nishida Museum (Japan)
David Beeri’s art of painting is also on record in numerous Hungarian lexicons.