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Art Always Has Its Consequences

project catalogue
This publication is a result and a recapitulation of the project Art Always Has Its Consequences, which was a two-year collaborative platform (2008-2010) …

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Art Always Has Its Consequences

Artists' Texts from Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Serbia, 1947-2009
"Everything that is public is a proclamation, if you will." (Tibor Hajas) …

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Cartography of Artist Solidarity

Narratives and Ghosts from the International Art Exhibition for Palestine, 1978
The booklet accompanies the exhibition Cartography of Artist Solidarity curated by Kristine Khouri and Rasha Salti. Cartography of Artist Solidarity is an …

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Creativity Exercises

spaces of emancipatory pedagogies - SOLD OUT
How do people learn, what do they know, and how does it influence their personality, their behavior, and their position in society? These questions are in the …

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Igor and Ivan Buharov: Good opinion

Artist Book
The point of departure for the book by Igor and Ivan Buharov is their 2012 exhibition at the Galeriea Arsenal in Białystok, where they presented the film …

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IMAGINATION/IDEA

The Beginning of Hungarian Conceptual Art. The László Beke Collection, 1971
In August 1971, László Beke—the renowned Hungarian art historian and curator of several progressive art events of the 1970s—sent out a call to 28 artists, …

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Imagination/Idea, 1971

The beginning of the Hungarian conceptual art. The collection of László Beke.
In August 1971 László Beke has sent a call to 28 artists, asking them to submit sheets fitting into A4 document folders, following the concept: WORK = the …

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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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Miklós Erdély


Miklós Erdély (1928-1986) was an influential Hungarian neo-avant-garde architect, artist, writer, poet, theorist, and filmmaker. His only individual catalogue …

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Parallel Chronologies - Invisible History of Exhibitions

exhibition in a newspaper format - - SOLD OUT
This publication is an exhibition issued in newspaper format, which, in addition to documents of progressive art events that happened in Hungary in the 60ies …

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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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Script for a Silent Movie

The photos of Gitte Villesen and Sebestyén Kodolányi
The work "Script for a Silent Movie", consisting of 22 photos and script was commissioned by Műcsarnok / Kunsthalle, Budapest for the exhibition "Dreamlands …

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The Lunch (in memoriam Batu Khan)

Happening Budapest H 1966
The publication makes available the so far unpublished documents of the first happening in Hungary, The Lunch (in memoriam Batu Khan) that was conducted in 1966 …

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Typopass

Critical Design and Conceptual Typography
How does critical design emerge, interpreted as an attempt to counter consumer culture with a social consciousness, with the intention not only to serve …

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War of Memories

A guide to Hungarian Memory Politics
This collection of essays is published in the framework of tranzit.hu’s program series on memory politics. The War of Memories project investigates how …

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