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2–16 February 1990 ◆ Kossuth Klub, Budapest

Underground Art During the Aczél Era / Földalatti művészet az Aczélkorban

Documentary exhibition in the framework of the "Liberal Nights" cultural series of SZDSZ (Alliance of Free Democrats). Exhibition and slide-show of documents and artworks of non-official art of the 1970s in Hungary from the Artpool Archive, curated by György Galántai. (The title of the event referred to the dark period just left behind under the "regime" of György Aczél, the key figure of the Hungarian cultural policy from the 1960s till the mid 1980s.) After the opening: Literary Program (organized by Ádám Tábor) then discussion with the survivors of the period.

At the exhibition works and documents from the followings:

Alternative institutions / groups: Artpool, Chapel Studio of György Galántai in Balatonboglár, Inconnu Group, Indigo, Pécsi Műhely (Pécs Workshop)

Persons: György Aczél, Árpád Ajtony, László Algol, Sándor Altorjai, Imre Bak, Jenő Balaskó, Peter Bartos, István Bálint, László Beke, Miklós Erdély, Stano Filko, Ken Friedman, György Galántai, Tibor Hajas, Péter Halász, Béla Hap, Ágnes Háy, Tamás Hencze, György Jovánovics, J. H. Kocman, Péter Lajtai, Péter Legéndy, János Major, László Méhes, Gergely Molnár, László Najmányi, Gyula Pauer, Vladimir Popovič, László Rajk, Petr Štembera, László Szabó, Tamás Szentjóby, Anna Szeredi, Ádám Tábor, Endre Tót, Péter Türk, József Vadas, Jiří Valoch

Alternative magazines / publishers: Aktuális Levél, Csere, Elsőkiadás, Inconnu Press, Médium Art, Narancsszív-szonett, Potencia Pura, Szétfolyóirat, SzNOB, Underpress, Világnézettségi Magazin

Alternative theaters / bands: Brobo, Kassák Színház, Kovács István Stúdió, Orfeo, Th Dim, Bizottság, CPG, Kontroll, Spions, URH, VHK.


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