Sándor Szilágyi
NEO-AVANT-GARDE TRENDS

IN HUNGARIAN ART PHOTOGRAPHY

1965-1984

In 2018 a book by Sándor Szilágyi, Neo-avant-garde Trends in Hungarian Art Photography, 1965-1984 was published with the support of Art+Text Budapest.

The book, like its Hungarian version published in 2007, presents some 400 works of art by 32 Hungarian artists of the 1960s, 1970s and the early 1980s. It undertakes to collect the greatest photographers of this vibrant and fruitful era from Géza Perneczky to Tibor Hajas and János Vető. Among the presented artists we can find photographers who refused the anachronistic aesthetics of the official photography, and artists who used the camera accepting the conceptual approach of the period.

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ARTMAGAZIN

In its 19th year, Artmagazin is a key player in the Hungarian printed art press market.
The archive of the magazine is freely accessible via artmagazin.hu webpage, where there is also a continuously updated internet news portal, both in English and Hungarian.
The co-founder and publisher of the magazine is Einspach Gábor.

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Sándor Szilágyi
CSABA KONCZ - THE ORGANIC ABSTRACT

The most mature abstract artist in Hungarian photography was not a photographer by profession, but a gifted, multi-talented hippy, Csaba Koncz (born in 1938). Koncz was at least as interested in film, music, poetry, and eastern philosophy as he was in photography. Despite this - or precisely because of it - he produced the most fascinating works in the abstract vein of his photographic oeuvre in a period of just five years.

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