Colonia Herbaria. Community Spaces – Plant Subjects

A joint project of the Space of Opportunity (Judit Árva, Kitti Gosztola) and the students studying park design at Varga Márton Horticultural and Surveying Technical School /

Opening: 16th December 2021, 5 pm
Venue: Práter 63 (1083 Budapest, Práter u. 63.)

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We Are All Emotional

Festival of performance art curated by and organized by Matter of Art in co-operation with Divadlo X10 /

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The Space of Opportunity is open

Community space under 63 Práter Street /

On 20 September 2021 the Space of Opportunity, a community space for young people, opened at last under 63 Práter Street, in Józsefváros, Budapest’s 8th District.

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Who cares? On self-organised practices of collective care

Tranzitblog thematic issue (in Hungarian) /

Over the past one and a half year, the topic of care has become a central theme not only in social theory, but also in art discourse. Global health, political and economic crises have also brought about a crisis of (public) care.

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The Space of Opportunity

Community based educational program and common space /

In 2019 started to develop a community based educational program with the involvement of artists and cultural workers. The Space of Opportunity is an initiative in which young people between the ages of 14 and 26 can join an outside school community with the aim of reducing inequalities which are frequently reproduced in the education system.

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Educational Matters I. – Pedagogies of Hope

Tranzitblog thematic issue (in Hungarian) /

Linked to the project under development, Space of Opportunities we launched a research program in 2020 to map and analyze connected “educational issues” in the more distant and closer past as well as in the present.

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#9 of Mezosfera online magazine ( was edited by
the xtro realm group (Rita Süveges and Anna Zilahi). The issue will be
availible online on October 5, 2020.

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Write Or Be Written Off

Call for Papers: Mezosfera open peer review issue on publishing as empowerment in art and culture /

The upcoming thematic issue of Mezosfera online magazine invites contributions on publishing in the fields of art and culture.

Please submit your abstract and short bio (both in English) by June 5th, 2020 at

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Solidarity Must Be Defended

Anthology on transnational solidarity /

Edited by Eszter Szakács and Naeem Mohaiemen

Publishers: Budapest: – Eindhoven: Van Abbemuseum – Istanbul and Ankara: SALT – New Delhi: Tricontinental – Gwangju: Asia Culture Center

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1971 – Parallel Nonsynchronism

An exhibition by the Kiscell Museum – Municipal Gallery and /

Venue: Budapest History Museum, Kiscell Museum – Municipal Gallery, 1037 Budapest, Kiscelli u. 108.

NEW Time: The Temple space of the exhibition is closed for technical reasons until the end of February. It reopens on February 26, 2019, and will be on view until March 24th. Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday, from 10 am to 4 pm; weekends, from 10 am to 6 pm.

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Two Meetings and a Funeral (Naeem Mohaiemen, 2017)

exhibition of the three-channel film /

Time: May 17 - May 31, 2018
Venue: Auditorium, Vasas Szakszervezeti Szövetség Székháza [Vasas Federation of Metalworkers' Union], Magdolna u. 5-7., Budapest 1086

Opening hours:
- May 17, Thu, 6 pm to 9 pm
- May 18, Fri, 6 pm to 9 pm
- May 23, Wed, 6 pm to 9 pm
- May 25, Fri, 6 pm to 9 pm
- May 28, Mon, 5 pm to 9 pm
- May 30, Wed, 6 pm to 9 pm
- May 31, Thu 6 pm to 9 pm


Opening: May 17, 2018, 7 pm
Opening speech by Andrea Pócsik

May 28, 2018, 6:30 pm
Mezosfera special issue launch event
with Dominique Malaquais, Zoltán Ginelli, and Eszter Szakács

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Stopover – Ways of Temporary Exchange

Exhibition in Vienna /

Location: frei_raum Q21 exhibition space, Museumsquartier, Vienna (Museumsplatz 1/5
1070 Vienna)
Press Tour: Thu, Sep 21, 2017 11:00
Opening: Thu, Sep 21, 2017 19:00
On view: Sep 22 to Nov 25, 2017 Tue to Sun 13-20:00

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Imagining Conceptual Art

Laszlo Beke's 1971 Collection in an International Context /

tranzit. hu presents at tranzitdisplay in Prague. László Beke’s project Imagination, the first collection of Hungarian Conceptual Art, compiled in 1971.

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METASITU: Ecumenopolis – The Whole World Is One City

exhibition /

In the framework of the exhibition and event series Speaking Through Art

Venue: Mayakovsky 102, the open office of tranzit. hu, 1068 Budapest, Király utca 102.
Opening: November 4, 2016, 6 pm. Artist talk and guided tour: 6:30 pm
On View: November 5 – EXTENDED until December 16, 2016, by appointment at

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

Mezosfera is an international magazine on art and culture published and edited by in Budapest. It is a new publishing project that will extend, on an international level, on the mission of the online periodical tranzitblog, published in Hungarian since 2007.

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Lilla Szász: Positive a the Bánkitó (Lake Bánk) Festival /

Time: July 14–16, 2016, On view: from 12 am to 4 pm
Public talk: July 15, 2016, 7 pm (in Hungarian)
Venue: ABC (Petőfi út 23.); Bánkitó (Lake Bánk) Festival, Bánk, Hungary

tranzit. hu presents this year at the Bánkitó (Lake Bánk) Festival Positive by Lilla Szász. The abstract photo journal gives insight into the personal story of an HIV-positive grandmother.

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Creativity Exercises – Spaces of Emancipatory Pedagogies

exhibition /

How to break down the routine of the education system in which frontal teaching and data-learning are still the generic formats of gaining knowledge?

The next chapter of the exhibition Creativity Exercises is at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, from June 24 to September 4, 2016.

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Our Heart Is a Foreign Country

Friendship as an alternative in a normal world /

The international group exhibition Our Heart Is a Foreign Country presents the intimate field of play that unfolds in friendships; a place where we can depart from the expectations, ideals, and norms of society and be really ourselves.

Opening performance and party: June 16, 2016, 7 pm – midnight
Concept: Csaba Molnár & Viktor Szeri, Participants: Emese Cuhorka, Csaba Molnár, Viktor Szeri, Julcsi Vavra, Music: keleman

Venue: FKSE Studio Gallery, 1077 Budapest, Rottenbiller u. 35.

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Cartography of Artist Solidarity – Narratives and Ghosts from the International Art Exhibition for Palestine, 1978

exhibition /

Opening: June 2, 2016, 6 pm

Curators: Kristine Khouri and Rasha Salti

Invited artist Andreas Fogarasi

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From Art Program to Critical Institution: Stories from’s Ten-Year Activity

Selection from the archive and exhibition /

With works by Balázs Fekete, Zsolt Hajdu, Tibor Horváth, Miklós Mécs, PR group, Hajnalka Tulisz, and tranzit. hu documents

Opening: April 15, 2016, 6 pm

On view until May 20, 2016 by appointment at or +36 30 570 20 34

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Babi Badalov: Poetical Activism

Exhibition /

On view:
November 13, 2015 - January 9, 2016

Mayakovsky 102, the open office of tranzit. hu, 1068 Budapest, Király utca 102.

November 13, 2015, 6 pm

Opening hours:
Thursday - Friday- Saturday: From 2 pm to 6 pm
or by appointment at

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Call for participation: Residence Ybus

A Catalyst Award 2014 project /

Artist Hajnalka Tulisz’s project Residence Ybus is realized in the framework of the 2014 Catalyst Award. Public Benefit Association’s subsidiary, the Non-Public-Benefit Association Beneficially announces a call for participation for people and groups of people. The destination of the journey is not defined; however, the means of transportation, a recreational vehicle, is provided by the announcer.

Please send applications at by December 7, 2015.

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Creativity Exercises – Spaces of Emancipatory Pedagogies

Exhibtion, workshops, lectures /

September 17, 2015, 6 pm
InDiGo (Interdisciplinary Thinking) group’s 1979 action Művészkijárat (Artists’ exit) by the temporary group MinDiGő (Virág Bogyó, Adrián Costache, Miklós Erhardt, Gábor Erlich, Olga Kocsi, Virág Lődi, Zsigmond Peternák)

Mayakovsky 102, the open office of tranzit. hu, 1068 Budapest, Király utca 102.

On view:
September 18 - October 31, 2015
Thursday - Friday: From 2 pm to 6 pm
Saturday: From 10 am to 2 pm
31 October, Saturday: 13:30-18:00
or by appointment at

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Csakoda Group: Local Service

Bánkitó Festival 2015 /

Time: July 16-18, 2015
Venue: Bánkitó Festival, Lake Bánk participates for the fifth time at the Bánkitó (Lake Bánk) Festival, a unique summer festival located in Northern Hungary, which was initiated by the Jewish youth organization Marom Club Association. This year, invited the Csakoda (One way) artist group to realize a project at the Festival. The Local Service project revolves around the concept of locality as well as the analysis of the meaning of the term “locals.”

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Twelve to Make Peace

Simulation game restaging the Treaty of Trianon /

As a part of project War of Memories we restaged the peace conference of Trianon with the participation of seven secondary school history teachers, five art professionals, and with the contribution of Gergely Kispál (actor) and Tehnica Schweiz on the basis of the simulation game developed by Planpolitik.

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Moving by Standing— at the Bánkitó (Lake Bánk) Festival

Time: July 17-19, 2014.
Venue: Bánkitó Festival, Lake Bánk

tranzit. hu, participating for the fourth time at the annual Bánkitó (Lake Bánk) Festival, invited this year artists Gábor Erlich, Miklós Mécs, and Hajnalka Tulisz to realize a joint project at the Bánkitó (Lake Bánk) Festival, which investigates the possibilities and boundaries of artistic practice.

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Quest of Query: The Menace of the Obvious

An exhibition by Theodoros Zafeiropoulos /

The last part of the exhibition series Art Under a Dangerous Star is the presentation of the collaborative project Quest of Query: The Menace of the Obvious by Athens-based artist Theodoros Zafeiropoulos and curator Eszter Szakács.

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Art Under a Dangerous Star: The Responsibilty of Art

Exhibition and related programs /

Art Under a Dangerous Star is a three-part event and exhibition series between April and June, 2014, the second part of which is an international group exhibition.

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Art Under a Dangerous Star

Event and exhibition series /

A three-part event and exhibition series that endeavors to investigate the place, tasks and responsibilities of contemporary art in an era overlapping crises and, as well as in the face of the authoritarian state power delimiting self-determined culture and critical thinking.

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{roma} The contract to sell the ethnicity

Exhibition in the framework of the program series Intersections I-II-III /

Opening: January 10, 2014, Friday 7pm
Venue: Mayakovsky 102, the open office of tranzit. hu, 1068 Budapest, Király utca 102, 1st floor

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Anca Benera and Arnold Estefán: We Were So Few And So Many Of Us Are Left

Exhibition /

Exhibition opening

Time: October 11, 2013, 7 pm
Venue: Mayakovsky 102, the open office of tranzit. hu, 1068 Budapest Király utca 102, 1st floor

Bucharest-based artists Anca Benera and Arnold Estefán have been present individually on the art scene in Romania and internationally for at least a decade. They have been working together since 2010 on art projects dealing with the relations of globalization processes and the nation state, as well as with their various understandings and mechanisms. We Were So Few And So Many Of Us Are Left is their first exhibition in Budapest, which was presented for the first time at the tranzit. ro space in Bucharest

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COMMUNITY AIRING - The project of tranzit. hu at the Bánkitó Festival

Community cinema, reenacted history – Peter Watkins: La Commune (Paris, 1871) /

Time: July 19-21, 2013, screenings with discussion forums
Venue: Bánkitó (Lake Bánk) Festival in Bánk, Nógrád county, the grass area in front of the Nádas camping, on the right side of the road to the railways station, opposite the large parking lot.

In 2000, in the outskirt of Paris, in an abandoned factory, English film director Peter Watkins reworked and reenacted the story of the 1871 Paris Commune, which is unfamiliar in its totality even to the French. The film still raises current and highly important issues.

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Taboo Subject

Exhibition and discussion around the graphic works of Janos Major /

Time: April 4 – May 10, 2013
Venue: Mayakovsky 102, the open office of tranzit. hu, 1068 Budapest, Kiraly utca 102.
The exhibition can be visited by appointment. Contact: +3630 570 2034.

The theme of the exhibition is the disguised Jewish identity in relation to the works of János Major, and its re-reading in the works of anthropologist Gábor Csillag and artist Marcell Esterházy.

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performative installation /

The project of the

Pseudo Race group (Orsolya Bajusz, Virág Bogyó, Csilla Hódi):


at the Bánkitó Festival, July 20-22, 2012

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Artists at Schools

The Artists at Schools project is part of the international collaboration Art mediation in the age of media saturation: how can the potential of art be teased out rather than disciplined? This project is based on a collaboration between three different organizations, Tensta Konsthall in Stockholm, The Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art in Riga, and in Budapest.

Three artists – Lilla Khoór-Ágnes Szabics, Zsolt Keserue, Péter Szabó – will realise projects for the Artist at schools project by working with students in three different elementary and high schools in Hungary. The projects will be carried out in Spring (April-May) and Fall (September-October) of 2012.

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exhibition /

As part of the Lake Bánk Festival, two exhibitions of Tímea Oravecz, and Lilla Khoór in collaboration with Will Potter organized by Marom Hungary and will take place at Bánk.
Opening: August 5 2011, 6-7 p.m.

Lake Bánk Festival will be organized on August 4-5-6 2011.

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Parallel Chronologies - Invisible History of Exhibitions

exhibition /

The project currently exists as an online archive of exhibitions, see the website here:

In the framework of the project "Recuperating the Invisible Past" the exhibition Parallel Chronologies - Invisible History of Exhibitions is organized in Riga Art Space by and LCCA.
Opening: May 17th, 2011
Riga Art Space

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Workshop with Ruti Sela

open workshop /

Within the framework of the course "Art Always Has Its Consequences" at the Intermedia Department of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, a workshop with Ruti Sela (Tel Aviv) organized by will take place between May 3 and 5, 2011.
Applications should consist of an introductory letter in English and be sent to until April 29.
The workshop will be held in English, at the Intermedia Department (Kmetty u. 26.) and at other locations to be decided together with the participants.

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Art Always Has Its Consequences final exhibition

Subversive film festival /

The exhibition “Art Always Has Its Consequences” considers the “politics of exhibiting” and, by including historic works and new productions, archive material and research documentation, reconstructing and reinterpreting paradigmatic artistic and exhibition positions from the 1950s until today, shows the historical continuity of similar art experiments which question the social role of art.
The exhibition has emerged as a result of a two-year collaborative project of the organizations tranzit. hu from Budapest, Muzeum Sztuki from Lodz, New Media from Novi Sad and What, How and for Whom/WHW from Zagreb. Through various formats the project deals with topics connected with the modernistic inheritance and joint history. The research was directed towards a specific historical, economic and political context and also towards the forming of internationally recognized “universal” norms, in relationship to which the exhibited art practices try to affirm historical continuity and to question their own context.

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IPUT - International Parallel Union of Telecommunications / Tamás St.Auby

exhibition /

IPUT (International Parallel Union
of Telecommunications / Tamás St.Auby)

Invisible History of Exhibitions. Parallel Chronologies
Free School for Art Theory and Practice

Press opening: Friday, 23 April, 11 am
Opening: Friday, 23 April 7 pm

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Könyvtér program opening at Labor

project /

Opening Könyvtér (Bookspace)
23 February, 2010, 7 p.m.
On the occasion of the opening the new interior – a bookshelf - designed for Labor will be introduced.
On the opening night on view video Books by Gyula Várnai.

Music by by X-Menz Idiotronic and DJ Gandharva

Location: Labor (Budapest, V. ker. Képíró u. 6.)
Opening hours: Tuesday and Thursday between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.

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Könyvtér program at Labor

Könyvtér (Bookspace) is a thematic program series of Labor to collect and present books, journals, fanzines and other publications related to contemporary art. By involving different segments of contemporary culture, the primary aim of Könyvtér is to make the boundaries of art theory and practice the object of permanent reconsideration.

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Art always has its consequences

international research collaboration /

The project Art Always Has Its Consequences is conceived as a long-term international collaborative platform between: What, How and for Whom? (Croatia), tranzit. hu (Hungary), Museum Sztuki Łódź (Poland) and (Serbia).

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Typopass - Critical design and conceptual typography

exhibition /

How does critical design emerge, the attempt to counter consumer culture with a social consciousness with the intention not only to serve customers but also to shape visual culture, even the whole of culture and society?

organized by tranzit. hu and Dorottya Gallery (Műcsarnok) with the collaboration of Polish Institute

Participants: Attila Cosovan, Kai Bernau, Andreas Fogarasi, Dejan Kršić, Tibor Kálmán, Lajos Kassák, László Moholy-Nagy, Boris Ondreička, Gábor Palotai, Gábor Papp, Plágium 2000, Katarina Šević, Société Réaliste, Mladen Stilinović, SZAF (Judit Fischer, Miklós Mécs), Žiga Testen, Modern Hungarian typography-history – compiled by Márton Orosz, Montage (Edited by: Florian Pumhösl), Artist publications from Poland (Stefan Themerson, Andrzej Partum, Jan Berdyszak, Jarosław Kozłowski, Stanisław Dróżdż, Zygmunt PioTrowski, Fabryka, Tango, Luxus and others) selected and lent by Piotr Rypson, Artist publications from the collection of Artpool Research Center selected by Viktor Kótun, and further publications
Curators: Judit Angel, Dóra Hegyi, Zsuzsa László

Dorottya Gallery (1051, Dorottya u. 8.), Labor (1053, Képíró u. 6.)
14 October – 15 November 2009
opening: 13 October 2009, 18:00 (Dorottya) 19:30 (Labor)

Platán Gallery (Polish Institute, 1065, Andrássy út 32.)
22 October – 27 November 2009
opening: 21 October 2009, 18:00
opening speech: Géza Perneczky

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Invisible history of exhibitions. Parallel chronologies - exhibition

art always has its consequences / organizes an exhibition and symposium with the title Invisible History of Exhibitions, which aims at the formation of a shared knowledge and discourse on Eastern European art exhibitions from the 1960s till now.

Parallel Chronologies – Invisible History of Exhibitions
Opening: May 20, 6 p.m., 2009, Labor (V. Budapest, Képíró u. 6.)
7.p.m. Krétakör Bázis (IX. Budapest, Gönczy Pál u. 2.)

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art always has its consequences /

21-22 May 2009, Budapest - project


Extended deadline: March 25 2009

"Invisible History of Exhibitions", a symposium organized by (HU) aims at the formation of shared knowledge and discourse on Eastern European art exhibitions from the 1960s until now. The framework of this project is a long-term international collaboration, "art always has its consequences", that focuses on invisible, alternative histories through exhibition history, artists’ texts, archives, and conceptual design, which have had restricted international visibility and accessibility so far and thus are often missing from the canonized narratives of contemporary art.

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project /

LABOR was founded in September, 2007 as a joint initiative of C³ Centre for Culture & Communication Foundation, the Studio of Young Artists Association (FKSE) and the Hungarian University of Fine Arts (MKE) in place of the former Studio Gallery. In 2009 has joined the collaboration.

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Periferic 8 Biennial - Art as gift

contemporary art biennial /

Exhibiting artists:
Markus Bader / Raumlabor Berlin (DE), Joseph Beuys (DE), Johanna Billing (SE), cARTier / Vector Association (RO), CCCK - Center for Communication and Context Kyiv / Ingela Johansson (SE), Inga Zimprich (DE) with Sönke Hallmann (DE), Stefan Constantinescu (SE/RO), Guillaume Desanges (FR), Veaceslav Druta (FR/MD), Roza El-Hassan / Salam Haddad (HU), Miklos Erdely (HU), Tatiana Fiodorova (MD), Dora Garcia (ES), Felix Gonzalez-Torres (USA), Institute for Wishful Thinking / Maureen Connor, Gregory Sholette (USA), Christian Jankowski (DE), Daniel Knorr (DE), KUNST= KAPITAL (GL), Yuri Leiderman (RU), Aniko Lorant (HU), Aurelia Mihai (DE/RO), Hila Peleg (DE/ISR), RO-MD (Moldova in Two Scenarios) / Vector Association (RO), KSA:K Chisinau (MD), Mladen Stilinovic (HR) , SZAF / Judit Fischer, Miklos Mecs (HU), Rasa Todosijevic (SRB), Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor (RO), Tirdad Zolghadr (TXL)

Curator: Dóra Hegyi
Organized by Vector Association (Iasi/Romania)

Opening: 3 October 2008, 4 PM
Venue: National Theatre "Vasile Alecsandri" Iasi, Romania

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Kontakt…selection from the contemporary art collection of Erste Bank Group

exhibition /

Exhibiting artists:
Pawel Althamer, Mária Bartuszová, Josef Dabernig, Roza El-Hassan, Miklós Erdély, VALIE EXPORT, Stano Filko, Tomislav Gotovac, Ion Grigorescu, Marina Griznić/ Aina � mid, Hajas Tibor, IRWIN, Sanja Iveković, � ejla Kamerić, Little Warsaw, Július Koller, Jiří Kovanda, Edward Krasiński, Katalin Ladik, Denisa Lehocká, Vlado Martek, NETRAF:HI²M, Roman Ondak, Tanja Ostojić, Nesa Paripovic, Mladen Stilinović, Heimo Zobernig

Conception: Dóra Hegyi, Franciska Zólyom

Opening: May 6 2008, Tuesday 5 pm
Venue: Institute of Contemporary Art – Dunaújváros

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Monument to transformation - Fragment 6 # Labour Day

exhibition /

Monument to transformation is an intitiative in the field of art and theory that focuses on investigating the personal and collective memory over the course of the social and political changes in the years 1989-1968-2009.
A project by Zbynek Baladran and Vit Havranek, coorganized and supported by
Artists: Gintaras Makarevicius,Ciprian Muresan, Jiri Skala
Opening: 2008. April 29, 7 pm
Place: Labor,1053 Budapest Képiró u 6.
Artists´ talk at 6 pm

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tranzitblog is a visual culture blog that works since 2007 in Hungarian. Blogposts are written by invited bloggers, artists, curators, art critics, urbanist, anthropologists, collectors, activists about their actual interests or hot topics. The subtitle of the art blog “critique and visuality” refers to the aim of the editors to unravel the ideologies that determines the spectacle by the blogposts and thus to help the reader in orientation.

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documenta 12 blog

announcement /

by documenta 12 study trip scholarship holders Zsuzsa László and Nóra Somlyódy

read more / visual culture column visual culture column in the culture part of the online version of the Hungarian daily newspaper Népszabadság

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Balázs Beöthy - The First Images

exhibition /

20.03.2007 – 13.04.2007

Exhibitions at the office

The exhibitions to be seen in the office space of outline the portrait of and at the same time function as spaces of encounter and dialogue.

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Tranzit Quarter 5: MONOMANIC

cooperation /

In 2006 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
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 /

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 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
21.04-22.00 Müvilág
appr. 21.45 tranzit quarter: Report from the 4th Berlin Biennale

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Tranzit Quarter 2: András Ravasz

news /

In 2006 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
21.04 - 22.00 Müvilág
appr. 21.45 invited editor by tranzit quarter: András Ravasz

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Tranzit Quarter 1: Little Warsaw

news /

In 2006 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
21.04-22.00 Művilág
appr. 21.45 invited editor by tranzit quarter: Little Warsaw

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