Bálint Ferenczy has an MA degree in History of Photography from Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London, as well as a degree in Art History and Arts & Cultural Management studied in both Hungary and the USA.
The primary and secondary market experience he gained working at Sotheby’s Auction House, several galleries and while on the curatorial board of the Jószef Pécsi Photography Grant, fills him with confidence to advise collectors about what their collections strategically need and artists on their career development.
Bálint is currently the Managing Director of Q Contemporary, Hungary’s first private museum focusing on Central and Eastern European Post-war art. He is a regular consultant and researcher at Műértő - The Hungarian Art Newspaper.
Balint is a part-time PhD student at the Széchenyi István University, researching private art museums in Central and Eastern Europe. He has been a member of the Studio of Young Photographers Hungary since 2014, being on its board between 2017 and 2019.