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Tranzit Quarter 5: MONOMANIC

cooperation /

In 2006 tranzit.hu starts tranzit quarter as part of the art magazine Művilág (Artworld) of the Hungarian Radio.
Guests are invited to edit an independent 15 minutes long audio insert.

Petöfi Rádió, Mhz 94, 8
www.radio.hu
21.04-22.00 Müvilág
appr. 21.45invited editor by tranzit quarter: MONOMANIC

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‘Tell a line what a sphere is’ - Gábor Farkas: horizon self

exhibition /


25.4.-1.5.2006
Opening: April 25, 2006, 6 p.m.
Monday - Friday 2-6 p.m., until May 5, 2006
Fészek Müvészklub, Herman terem 1074 Budapest, Kertész u. 36.

Drawing plays an important role in the oeuvres of the artists invited to take part in the series, ‘Tell a line what a sphere is’ (the title comes from a Budapest graffiti), be it an artwork in its own right, a study, or part of an installation. The exhibitions aim at providing opportunity for the audience to experience an intimate but all the more intense encounter with drawings, or works on paper – a medium that has not received its due appreciation in the Hungarian art market, and hence in the collections of this country.

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Tranzit Quarter 3: Report from the 4th Berlin Biennale

news /

In 2006 tranzit.hu starts tranzit quarter as part of the art magazine Müvilág (Artworld) of the Hungarian Radio.
Guests are invited to edit an independent 15 minutes long audio insert.

Petöfi Rádió, Mhz 94, 8
www.radio.hu
21.04-22.00 Müvilág
appr. 21.45 tranzit quarter: Report from the 4th Berlin Biennale

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Unrealized artprojects 2006

Result of the open call /


Winner of the open call is the project Graffiti-saving, 1993 by János Sugár

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C’est arrivé près de chez vous / Man bites dog

screening /

7 p.m.
Gödör Klub, Erzsébet tér, Budapest

tranzit. hu starts a monthly video / film screening series in 2006. Each program will be selected by invited artists, curators, theoreticians.
C’est arrivé près de chez vous / Man bites dog (1992, 89 min., directed by: André Bonzel, Rémy Belvaux, Benoît Poelvoorde) is selected by Pál Szacsva y, artist.


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Who Writes the History of Art?

lecture & discussion /

6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Collegium Budapest, 1014 Budapest, Szentháromság u. 2.

Discussion about the art of the 1960s in Hungary – in connection with the Portable Intelligence Increase Museum.


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Tranzit Quarter 2: András Ravasz

news /

In 2006 tranzit.hu starts tranzit quarter as part of the art magazine Müvilág (Artworld) of the Hungarian Radio.
Guests are invited to edit an independent 15 minutes long audio insert.

Petöfi Rádió, Mhz 94,8
www.radio.hu
21.04 - 22.00 Müvilág
appr. 21.45 invited editor by tranzit quarter: András Ravasz

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Roger M. Buergel: Curatorial subjects and methods. From The Government to documenta 12

lecture and discussion /


6 - 9 p.m.
OSA Archívum / OSA Archive (Goldberger Ház / Goldberger House) 1051 Budapest, Arany János u. 32

Roger M. Buergel, artistic director of documenta 12 comes to Budapest at the invitation of the Curators´ Association Budapest and tranzit. hu.

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Johan Grimonprez: D. I. A. L. History

screening /

7 p.m.
Gödör Klub, Erzsébet tér, Budapest

tranzit. hu starts a monthly video/film screening series in 2006. Each program will be selected by invited artists, curators, theoreticians.
Johan Grimonprez: D. I. A. L. History (1997, 68 min, DVD) is presented by Ádám Kokesch, artist.

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Tranzit Quarter 1: Little Warsaw

news /

In 2006 tranzit.hu starts tranzit quarter as part of the art magazine Művilág (Artworld) of the Hungarian Radio. Guests are invited to edit an independent 15 minutes long audio insert.

Petőfi Rádió, Mhz 94, 8
www.radio.hu
21.04-22.00 Művilág
appr. 21.45 invited editor by tranzit quarter: Little Warsaw

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The Free School for Art Theory and Practice

seminars and lectures /


For applications or further information please contact: office@tranzitinfo.hu

The Free School for Art Theory and Practice considers as the basis of its philosophy the concept that contemporary art and culture produce an excess of knowledge and experience, which can be recycled and used in broader social discourse, beyond their own primary context.

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It is Hard to Touch the Real - Documentaries by Visual Artists

screening /

6.30 p.m. and 8.30 p.m.
Örökmozgó Filmmúzeum 1073 Budapest Erzsébet krt. 39.

Between 19 October and 5 November, a self-service video corner will be in operation in the "Irok Boltja" bookstore, where 100 films by 40 international visual artists will be on display. In recent years the documentarist representation of reality, meaning personal, public, political and social reality, has acquired a crucially important role in the work of fine artists. Bearing this observation in mind, Maria Lind and Søren Grammel, as curators of the Kunstverein München between 2002-2004, have made a collection of films by international fine artists who apply documentarist methods in their largely video productions. In an attempt to address the question of the extent to which this tendency is decisive in Hungary and what traditions it has, the international material has been expanded by the inclusion of films by Hungarian visual artists.

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Mezosfera

tranzit. hu’s international magazine on art and culture /

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