Artists, artists’ groups, and archival materials of independent spaces, included in the exhibition

Marina ABRAMOVIĆ, Milan ADAMČIAK, Karel Adamus, At the Moment [exhibition], ATTALAI Gábor, Vojin BAKIĆ, Balatonboglári kápolnaműterem [Balatonboglár Chapel Studio], Dimitrije BAŠIČEVIĆ MANGELOS (Gorgona), BEKE László, Jerzy BEREŚ, Slavko BOGDANOVIĆ (Kôd), BOSCH+BOSCH, Vladimír BOUDNÍK, Eugen BRIKCIUS, Boris BUĆAN, Dubravko BUDIĆ (TOK), Dalibor CHATRNÝ, Marijan CIGLIĆ (OHO), CSERNIK Attila (BOSCH+BOSCH), Radomir DAMNJANOVIĆ DAMNJAN, Drago DELLABERNARDINA (BOSCH+BOSCH), Boris DEMUR (Grupa Šestorice Autora), Braco DIMITRIJEVIĆ, Nuša and Srečo DRAGAN, ERDÉLY Miklós, EXAT 51, The Šempas Family, Eugen FELLER, FICZEK Ferenc (Pécsi Műhely), Stano FILKO, Prvý Otvorený ateliér [The First Open Studio exhibition], Ivo GATTIN, GÁYOR Tibor, GEFF – Genre Film Festival, Iztok GEISTER (OHO), Gorgona, Tomislav GOTOVAC, Grupa Šestorice Autora, Milan GRYGAR, Vladimir GUDAC (TOK), GULYÁS Gyula, HAJAS Tibor, Matjaž HANŽEK (OHO), HALÁSZ Károly (Pécsi Műhely), Miljenko HORVAT (Gorgona), Sanja IVEKOVIĆ, Željko JERMAN (Grupa Šestorice Autora), Marijan JEVŠOVAR (Gorgona), Željko KIPKE, KISMÁNYOKY Károly (Pécsi Műhely), KEREKEŠ László, KLIVAR Miroslav, Julije KNIFER (Gorgona), Milan KNÍŽÁK, J. H. KOCMAN, Kôd, Běla KOLÁŘOVÁ, Július KOLLER, Vladimir KOPICL (Kôd), Jarosław KOZŁOWSKI, Ivan KOŽARIĆ (Gorgona), Naško KRIŽNAR (OHO), Paweł KWIEK, Andrzej LACHOWICZ, LADIK Katalin (BOSCH+BOSCH), LAKNER László, Otis LAUBERT, Natalia LL, Vlado MARTEK (Grupa Šestorice Autora), Slavko MATKOVIĆ (BOSCH+BOSCH), MAURER Dóra, Karel MILER, Era MILIVOJEVIĆ, Marijan MOLNAR, Antun MOTIKA, Marian MUDROCH, NET [exhibition], David NEZ (OHO), Ladislav NOVÁK, OHO, PÁLFALUSI Attila, Mihovil PANSINI, Pécsi Műhely, PERMAFO [Gallery], PERNECZKY Géza, Vladimir PETEK, Ivan PICELJ, PINCZEHELYI Sándor (Pécsi Műhely), Marko POGAČNIK (OHO), Bogdanka POZNANOVIĆ, Stipo PRANYKO, Red Peristyle, Józef ROBAKOWSKI, Đuro SEDER (Gorgona), Rudolf SIKORA, Zdzisław SOSNOWSKI, Aleksandar SRNEC, ST.AUBY Tamás, Jan STEKLIK, Sven STILINOVIĆ (Grupa Šestorice Autora), Mladen STILINOVIĆ (Grupa Šestorice Autora), Josip STOŠIĆ, SZALMA László (BOSCH+BOSCH), SZIJÁRTÓ Kálmán (Pécsi Műhely), SZOMBATHY Bálint (BOSCH+BOSCH), Petr ŠTEMBERA, Slobodan TIŠMA (Kôd), Raša TODOSIJEVIĆ, TOK, TÓT Endre, Desider TÓTH, Goran TRBULJAK, Gergelj URKOM, Jiří VALOCH, Josip VANIŠTA (Gorgona), Verbumprogram, Fedor VUČEMILOVIĆ, Zbigniew WARPECHOWSKI, Jan WOJNAR, Jana ŽELIBSKÁ

Curator of the Exhibition

Marco SCOTINI, FM Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, Milan

Coordination, Adaptation of the Exhibition for Budapest

KÁLMÁN Borbála, Ludwig Museum, Budapest
Dorotea FOTIVEC, Institute for the Research of the Avant-Garde

Vojin BAKIĆ: Lightbearing Forms (model), 1964, aluminium, teracotta, 505 × 263 × 205 mm | Model for the Monument to Tito, 1986, aluminium, 650 × 510 × 480 mm | Model for the Monument on Petrova Gora, 1974, wood, plaster, 228 × 155 × 152 mm ||| Photos: ELN Ferenc

Aleksandar SRNEC: Untitled, 1956, oil on canvas, 683 × 741 mm | 1957/II, 1957, oil on canvas, 710 × 678 mm | KA-13, 1956, tempera on cardboard, 479 × 677 mm ||| Ivan PICELJ: Untitled, 1952, oil on canvas, 647 × 807 mm

Aleksandar SRNEC: Composition PX-21, 1958, metal, plexiglass, masonite, formica, 650 × 850 mm

Aleksandar SRNEC

Antun MOTIKA: Experiments, 1942–1948, Projector – 1950s, metal, glass, 380 × 870 × 280 mm, Projected mode of Antun Motika’s artistic experiments.

Antun MOTIKA: Experiments, 1942–1948, 18 × mixed media (paint, cellophane, glass, metal, plastics, x-ray film), variable sizes

Antun MOTIKA: Untitled, 1943, collage, decalcomania, 508 × 354 mm

Marijan JEVŠOVAR: Untitled, 1962, oil on canvas, 1203 × 891 mm ||| Đuro SEDER: Gray Painting, 1976, oil on canvas, 973 × 1301 mm | Light in Black I, 1963, oil on canvas, 890 × 1160 mm

Ivo GATTIN: Red Surface With Slashes, 1960, resin, pigment, burlap, 975 × 1300 mm | Documentation of the Working Process (1–3), 1962, 3 pcs black-and-white photo, 500 × 503 mm, photo: Nenad GATTIN | Free Surface No. 1, 1960–1961, mixed media, canvas, 1200 × 900 mm

Ivo GATTIN: Violet Surface With Blue, 1960, polishing varnish, pigment, chalk, burlap, 900 × 1500 mm | Manifesto on the Impossibily of Painting, 1964, mixed media, paper, 390 × 370 mm

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Dimitrije BAŠIČEVIĆ MANGELOS: To Go Out or In, 1956–1958, tempera on wood, 375 × 802 mm | Paysage de la reconstruction, 1958, oil on wood, 312 × 244 mm | Alphabet, Glagolitic Script, 1951–1956, tempera on hard-board, 403 × 355 mm | Manifesto on Photography no. 4, 1977–1978, acrylic on wood, 614 × 440 mm |  Glagolitic Letter m.5, 1951–1956, oil on plywood, 350 × 255 mm | Missing Genious m.8, 1971–1977, oil, plywood, 210 × 160 mm | Der Hund [The Dog], 1977, tempera on wood, 163 × 371 mm

PÁLFALUSI Attila: Untitled, 1968, object, mixed media, 315 × 250 × 135 mm ||| Stipo PRANYKO: Untitled, 1962, acyrilic, cloth, wood, 330 × 510 mm

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Stano FILKO: HAPPSOC Wardrobe, 1966, mixed media, variable dimensions | Inflatable Mattress (Intim), 1965, mixed media, paint, inflatable mattress, 2005 × 710 mm ||| Stano FILKO, Alex MLYNÁRČIK: HAPPSOC I, 1965, typewriter text, paper, 300 × 210 mm ||| Stano FILKO: HAPPSOC Manifesto, 1965, typewriter text, pen, paper, 294 × 211 mm | HAPPSOC III, Altar of Contemporaneity, 1966, typewriter text, paper, 295 × 211 mm | Chair, 4.D, é.n., mixed media, 864 × 407 × 520 mm | Kozmos 9-1, 1970–1971, vynil record, sleeve, 308 × 275 mm

Stano FILKO

Jerzy BEREŚ: Transfiguration II, 1973, 16 pcs black-and-white photo, 16 × (321 × 249 mm), action photo documentation at Gallery Desa, Krakow, April 4, 1973, photo: J. SZMUC ||| Zdizsław SOSNOWSKI:  From the series The Goalkeeper, 1976, 4 pcs black-and-white photo, 4 × (635 × 950 mm)

GULYÁS Gyula: Untitled, 1973, basalt, 193 × 193 × 193 mm | Centimetre, 1973, basalt, metal, 193 × 193 × 193 mm

Andrzej LACHOWICZ: Type C, 1972, 11 pcs black-and-white photo, cardboard, 11 × (490 × 590 mm)

Natalia LL: From the series Consumer Art, 1972, 2 pcs black-and-white photo, canvas, 2 × (1050 × 1050 mm)

Radomir DAMNJANOVIĆ DAMNJAN: Flag, 1974, paint, wood, various dimensions

Radomir DAMNJANOVIĆ DAMNJAN: Group of Disinformations, 1973, oil on canvas, 1200 × 1445 mm

ATTALAI Gábor

ATTALAI Gábor: Red-y Made (Ball of Yarn), 1971–1974, mixed media, paint, 118 × Ø 133 mm | Red-y Made (Ball of Yarn), 1971–1974, mixed media, paint, 131 × Ø 130 mm | Red-y Made (Can), 1971–1974, mixed media, paint, 89 × 101 × 108 mm | Red-y Made (Cap), 1971–1974, mixed media, paint, 125 × 175 × 262 mm | Red-y Made (Cone of Yarn), 1971–1974, mixed media, paint, 186 × Ø 74 mm | Red-y Made (Fork), 1971–1974, mixed media, paint, 22 × 213 × 23 mm | Red-y Made (Rope), 1971–1974, mixed media, paint, 83 × Ø 270 mm | Red-y Made (Spoon), 1971–1974, mixed media, paint, 27 × 46 × 209 mm

ATTALAI Gábor: It Lives in My Head, 1970, black-and-white photo, 230 × 278 mm

Verbumprogram: Forms, 1976, 4 pcs oil on canvas, 4 × (1185 × 840 mm)

Vladimir KOPICL (Kôd): Nothing Is Here Yet, But A Form Can Already Match It, 1973, black-and-white photo, collage, 294 × 207 mm | Nothing Is Here Yet, But A Form Can Already Match It, 1973, black-and-white photo, collage, 298 × 208 mm ||| Slavko BOGDANOVIĆ (Kôd): Welded Book, 1970, object, mixed media, 189 × 137 mm ||| Slobodan TIŠMA (KÔD): Woods of Souls, 1974,8 mm film, black-and-white, silent, 3’34’

Dragomir UGREN: Untitled, 1981, acrylic, gauze, 6 × (248 × 248 mm)

Raša TODOSIJEVIĆ ||| Gergelj URKOM: Untitled, 1976, oil, on canvas, 660 × 660 mm

Era MILIVOJEVIĆ: Taping artist (Marina Abramović) with adhesive tape, Student Cultural Centre, Belgrade, 1971, 2 pcs black-and-white photo, 2 × (612 × 519 mm) ||| Marina ABRAMOVIĆ: Sound Environment – Sea, 1972, vynil record, sleeve, 187 × 187 mm

CSERNIK Attila (Bosch+Bosch): Ball, 1974, mixed media, newspapers, Ø 82 mm | Ball, 1974, mixed media, newspapers, Ø 77 mm | Ball, 1974, mixed media, newspapers, Ø 73 mm | Ball, 1974, mixed media, newspapers, Ø 37 mm | Ball, 1974, mixed media, newspapers, Ø 55 mm | Untitled, 1983, newspapers, glass, 188 × 84 × 84 mm | Suunta, 1975, mixed media, newspapers, 122 × 82 × 82 mm

TÓT Endre: Your Rain and My Rain, 1971,  typewriter text, collage, paper, cardboard, 290 × 210 mm | Veryy Special Zer0-tyyest, 1974, typewriter text, print, paper, 301 × 211 mm | Zeropost, 1974–1976, print, paper, 297 × 211 mm

MAURER Dóra: Time Metaphors, 1973, black-and-white photos, canvas, collage, 724 × 902 mm | Etude I, Name this Chain of Actions, 1971, black-and-white photo, canvas, collage, 170 × 1490 mm | Study of Minimal Movements No. 6, 1972, 7 pcs black-and-white photo, chalk, collage, paper, 941 × 646 mm

Slavko MATKOVIĆ (Bosch+Bosch): Waterfall, 1970, mixed media, variable dimensions

SZOMBATHY Bálint (Bosch+Bosch): Underground Free Press, 1971, mixed media, paper, 627 × 355 mm | Footballogram, 1970, felt-tip pen, collage, paper, 580 × 890 mm | Three modes – Deconstruction of Yugoslavia, 1974, mixed media, collage, 297 × 211; 3 × 126 × 229 mm | Lenin in Budapest, 1972, black-and-white photo, 299 × 397 mm

SZALMA László (Bosch+Bosch): Action-A, 1971, 8 mm color film, without sound, 15’16’’ | Hommage to Dada, 1972, black-and-white photo, pen, paper, collage, 470 × 323 mm | Hommage to Dada, 1972, 4 pcs black-and-white photo, pen, paper, collage, 470 × 323 mm | Hommage to Dada, 1972, black-and-white photo, pen, paper, collage, 470 × 323 mm | Hommage to Dada, 1972, black-and-white photo, pen, paper, collage, 470 × 323 mm

Marko POGAČNIK (OHO)

Naško KRIŽNAR

Marko POGAČNIK (OHO): Postcards, 1968, mixed media, 72 pcs postcards, 72 × (150 × 100 mm)

Željko JERMAN (Group of Six Authors): 22.6.1975., 1975, photo-chemical procedure and intervention on paper, 650 × 680 mm ||| Boris DEMUR (Group of Six Authors): Cut Up and Glued Back Work – Twenty Times, 1976, mixed media, 303 × 434 mm | Dead Alive, 1974, mixed media, 1255 × 700 m

Tomislav GOTOVAC: Untitled (Robni magazine), 1964, collage, 610 × 1225 mm | Untitled (Revue), 1965, collage, cardboard, 1253 × 853 mm | Untitled (Brunswick), 1964–1965, collage, 613 × 613 mm

Mladen STILINOVIĆ (Group of Six Authors)

Vlado MARTEK (Group of Six Authors): The Memory Would Interest Me, 1974, object, metal, paper, dimensions variable

Boris BUĆAN: Art (according to Pepsi), from the Bućan Art series, 1972, polycolor acrylic on canvas, 500 × 700 mm | Art (according to Dunhill), from the Bućan Art series, 1972, polycolor acrylic on canvas, 500 × 700 mm ||| PERNECZKY Géza: Puff-Concept / Art-ball, 1971–1972, 5 pcs black-and-white photo, 5 × (209 × 295 mm)

Braco DIMITRIJEVIĆ: Diptychos Post Historicus (Albrecht Dürer, Andrija Resnik), 1974, 2 pcs oil on canvas, 2 × (507 × 975 mm), details

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