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1971 – Parallel Nonsychronism (In Hungarian)


The book is published in relation to the exhibition 1971 – Parallel Nonsychronism, a joint exhibition of Kiscell Museum – Municipal Gallery and tranzit.hu, …

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Little Warsaw: Rebels


In the heady days following the fall of communism in Hungary, students at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts decided to take action. Frustrated by the outdated, …

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Tamás Király ‘80s


Tamás Király (1952–2013) came to light with his cutting-edge fashion performances at the beginning of the 1980s in the underground scene of Budapest. The …

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Sitting Together

Parallel Chronologies of Coincidences in Eastern Europe
The booklet is accompanying the exhibition Sitting Together, which focuses on the 1970s, the period of Normalization and evokes events and juxtaposes documents …

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PST (Public – Street – Tactical)

The Public Art Practice of János Sugár
The story of the book on the public art activity of János Sugár goes back to 2006, and even earlier, to 1993, to his Sztriptíz [Striptease] project. His plan …

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METASITU: Ecumenopolis – The Whole World is One City

The Whole World is One City
The publication connects to the exhibition METASITU: Ecumenopolis – The Whole World is One City—on view at tranzit.hu from November 4 to December 9, …

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