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80 pages, photocopy, occasionally with collaged photos, artistamps, rubber stamp prints), published in eight series between 1984 and 1988, altogether in 64 copies. ■ BIBLIOGRAPHY: Bán András: [Beszámoló az 1979-es év művészeti eseményeiről], manuscript, 1 p. III/III secret police document: “Festő” dossier*, February 7, March, April 9, April 23, May 12, July 12, July 29, 1980; subsequently the “evaluating” and “summarizing” reports: October 8, December 1980; July 13, 1981; June 14, December 1982; July 12, 1983; February, September 1984; March 27, 1985; March 28, 31, July 31, 1986; October 7, 25, 1988 * The best-known and most notorious department of the Ministry of the Interior in Hungary was Dept.
84–100 [p. 87] ■ ■ ■ III/III secret police document: “Festő” dossier, May 20, June 5, July 29, August 21, October 8, 1980 24 May 1980 Hősök tere (Heroes’ Square), Budapest György Galántai: Hommage à Vera Muhina Performance with G. A. Cavellini and Julia Klaniczay. Idea: Man is a “trans-functioned” statue. Location: Hősök tere (Heroes’ square), the scene of displays of national pomp and political power, under whatever government. The statue of Vera Muhina (Worker and Peasant Woman, 1937) symbolising the Soviet Union was the starting point of the reinterpretation.
Returning on several occasions, they kept trying to prove with almost hysterical excitement that the poster constituted proof of conspiracy: they found the 56 names (which was just a coincidence) an obvious reference to 1956, and they ‘noticed’ the word alliance hidden in the text: szö-ve-/ ts/-gek = szövetség [alliance]; hence, a secret alliance… and it’s being international only made the event even more dangerous!! The strange cultural creatures kept coming back all summer despite my repeated assertion that it was not an exhibition and despite putting out the ‘private premises’ sign, etc.
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