Underground and Improvisation. Alternative music and art after 1968 Welcome to Hungary


A conversation with György Galántai and Julia Klaniczay, founders of Artpool Art Research Center, the most important archive of underground and alternative art and music practices in Eastern Central Europe. Co-curator of "Notes from the Underground", David Crowley and art historian Beata Hock will discuss Artpool's creation of alternative networks and media with Galántai and Klaniczay, as well as the lively crossovers between art and music in the Budapest New Wave scene in the 1980s.

Sunday, 6 May 2018

11 am


Hall 2

Talk: György Galántai, Julia Klaniczay, Beata Hock, David Crowley

In German

Admission free with exhibition ticket


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