Ádám Széll (1995, Debrecen) graduated from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 2019, in László Révész's class, majoring in painting. Since 2015 he has been active on the Hungarian art scene. He participated in group exhibitions and he had solo exhibitions at MŰTŐ in 2018 and in 2022 at PUCCS Contemporary. During his university years, he was awarded an Amadeus scholarship and then received an Ari Kupsus scholarship. FKSE member since 2022. He currently lives in Budapest and works in art quarter budapest.
Széll enjoys creating various types of media, but his main focus is on visual art. Lately he has been creating drawings on paper using graphite and indigo. He usually works on two drawings in parallel, which have a back and forth effect on each other due to the indigo between the two layers of paper. At certain points, he swaps the two sheets and continues the indigo surface with graphite creating images that are duplicates of each other but completely different. Some of the finished drawings are cut up and reused as motifs in later works by redrawing them with indigo.