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His parents were Ferenc Bartis — and Margit Gherasim. Ferenc, his father, was a writer, poet and journalist. His family were part of the persecuted Hungarian minority of Romania.
Attila grew up drawing, painting, photographing and writing poems and short stories. His mother, who played the violin, died in the summer of In , sixteen-year-old Attila and his father were stripped of their Romanian citizenship and presented with stateless passports, and advised to leave for Hungary. Attila moved with his father to Budapest. Attila graduated from a gymnasium in Pest. He worked as a photographer and in a used bookstore.
Bartis is perhaps best known for his novel Tranquility Hungarian : A nyugalom , which was published in Tranquility was adapted into film, titled Nyugalom It was the first time his work had been translated into English. It was partly written while he lived in Indonesia. The exhibit featured portraits of writers which were paired with portraits of women and each of the twenty-four writers wrote a poem or short story for their respective female portrait.
The exhibition was later a success at Literaturhaus in Frankfurt , Germany in It was his largest photo-book to date, featuring photographs taken between and , mostly in Java , around Yogyakarta in Indonesia. The drama commemorated the victims of the Hungarian Revolution of It was also presented at the Comedy Theatre of Budapest in His daughter was born in , and his son was born in