BINÁLÉ, located in Budapest, organized an outstanding collection of artworks from around the world to explore the idea of “queering democracy” through the power of art for their 150th anniversary. 


Mureș County Museum, 2023

The purpose of Hidden Patterns is to bring art and the general public closer to networked thinking. 

The Art of Connection

MEET Digital Culture Center, 2023

The Art Of Connection focuses on Barabási’s still images, sketches, graphic and artistic representations, and sculptures provided from the data collected over the last 30 years by his team.


MAMŰ, Budapest, 2022

Invasion Percolation is the first network visualization of modern network science and the first generative network art. 

BIG DATA (networking the artworld)

Postmasters Gallery, New York City., 2022

The exhibition “BarabasiLAB BIG DATA (networking the artworld)” was featured in Postmasters Gallery in Soho, New York City. The exhibit focused on art networks and the connections between individuals.

Unfinished Live

The Shed, New York City, 2022

Unfinished Live 2022 took place in New York City and virtually from Sept. 21-24. This event brings thinkers and changemakers across the world together to debate on the impact of technology in our daily lives. 


Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary, 2022

The exhibition, I AM NOT A ROBOT: ON THE BORDERS OF THE SINGULARITY, attempts to interpret eight themes grouped around the central concept of artificial intelligence. BarabásiLab exhibited Fake News Apostles, the Fake News Apostles rollers and a networked soundscape.  

BarabasiLab Exhibition

Liszt Institute: Hungarian Cultural Center Brussels, 2022

Barabási Lab's Nature 150 series, led by Barabási Albert László, was commissioned by Nature magazine to celebrate its 150th anniversary.

Points and Lines of Reference

Kalman Maklary Fine Arts, Budapest, 2022

Kalman Maklary Fine Arts presents "Points and Lines of Reference,' showing a selection from the iconic Nature 150 series of BarabásiLab, prepared for the 150th anniversary of Nature magazine 

Hidden Patterns

Szekler Museum of Ciuc, Csikszereda/Miercurea Ciuc, Romania, 2022

Hidden Patterns, presented by BarabasiLab, ran from May 7, 2022 to August 28, 2022 at the Szekler Museum of Ciuc in Romania.

Data Draws Data

Cyberarts Boston, 2022

This exhibition's aim is to provide a comprehensive overview of the forms of visualization developed by BarabásiLab through its collaborative process involving scientists, artists, and designers alike. Without imposing a reductionist framework on the complexity of our world, the work of BarabásiLab reveals the hidden patterns in complex systems that determine our biological and social existence.

Spreading Phenomena and Virtual Networks

Nick Gallery, Pecs, 2021

BarabasiLab Solo exhibit featuring research related to covid, viruses and other spreading phenomena.

Hidden Patterns

ZKM, Karlsruhe, 2021

The exhibition "BarabásiLab. Hidden Patterns" introduces the work of the physicist and network scientist Albert-László Barabási and his research laboratory. The focus of the exhibition is the development of network visualization over the past 25 years, which can be seen in the projects of BarabásiLab.

Hidden Patterns

Ludwig Museum, Budapest, 2020

The visualization of network research has proven to be one of the most promising scientific methodological innovations in recent years/decades, which seems to be an effective tool for the study of cultural and social phenomena, including the art scene.

Nature—Design Triennial

Cooper Hewitt, 2018

BarabasiLab's cosmic web visualization was featured in the group exhibit Nature—Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial, co-organized with Cube design museum.


Edge: Map Marathon

Serpentine Gallery, 2010

BarabasiLab's Flavor and Diseasome network pieces were featured in Hans Ulrich Obrist's Map Marathon group exhibit.