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Every Future Has a Price: 30 Years After Infotainment, East Village in the 1980s
Nov 2018 Dee Publishing/D.A.P.
Edited with text by Elizabeth Dee. Text by Alan Belcher, Bob Nickas.
Infotainment was a legendary appraisal of the East Village gallery scene of the 1980s. Organized by Anne Livet, in collaboration with artists and cofounders of the gallery Nature Morte, Peter Nagy and Alan Belcher, it argued for a generation of artists who adhered to neither neoexpressionism nor the Pictures Generation, but who instead imbued their content with social and philosophical resonance. Inheritors of 1960s conceptualism, these artists worked with increased stylization, appropriation and subversion of authorship. Jennifer Bolande, Sarah Charlesworth, Clegg & Guttman, Peter Halley, Steven Parrino, David Robbins, Laurie Simmons and Haim Steinbach were among those included. Every Future Has a Price: 30 Years after Infotainment revisits the exhibition, expanding its context by including other artists such as Ashley Bickerton, Jack Goldstein, Group Material, Guerrilla Girls, Howard Halle, Walter Robinson, Cindy Sherman, James Welling and Christopher Wool.
With the Eyes of Others: Hungarian Artists of the 1960s-1970s
publication date: May 2017 DEE PUBLISHING/MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE OF HUNGARY/BALASSI INSTITUTE/
Edited with text by András Szántó. Text by Emese Kürti, Dávid Fehér. Interviews with Imre Bak, Laszlo Beke, Dora Maurer, Istvan Nadler, Sandor Pinczehelyi, Tamas Szentjoby.
With the Eyes of Others presents more than 100 works by 30 artists active in the Hungarian neo-avant-garde in the latter half of the 20th century. Against the backdrop of an authoritarian system, this group of artists found inventive ways in which to encrypt and express powerful messages while operating inside the confines of a one-party state in which open dissent was not tolerated. Among the artists featured in With the Eyes of Others are Gábor Attalai, Imre Bak, László Beke, Miklós Erdély, Ferenc Ficzek, Tibor Gáyor, Gyula Gulyás, Tibor Hajas, Károly Halász, István Haraszty, Tamás Hencze, György Jovánovics, Ilona Keserü Ilona, Károly Kismányoky, Katalin Ladik, László Lakner, Dóra Maurer, János Megyik, László Méhes, István Nádler, Gyula Pauer, Pécs Workshop, Géza Perneczky, Sándor Pinczehelyi and Tamás Szentjóby.