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Artpool Mail Art Archive

Location

  • 1061 Budapest Liszt Ferenc tér 10 , Magyarország
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Languages

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Hungarian
  • Italian
  • Spanish

Name of collection

  • Artpool Mail Art Archive

Provenance and cultural activities

Description of content

Content

  • artifacts: 1000-
  • publications (books, newspapers, articles, press clippings): 1000-
  • video recordings (including oral history recordings): 500-999
  • voice recordings (including oral history recordings): 500-999

Geographical scope of recent operation

  • international

Date of founding

  • 1979

Place of founding

Access type

  • visits by appointments

Publications

Author(s) of this page

  • Kotun, Viktor

References

  • Badovinac, Zdenka – Tamara Soban (eds.). Interrupted Histories. Arteast Exhibition (catalog, ca. 68 p.) and Piskur, Bojana (ed.). Arhivi Samizdatov / Samizdat Archives (supplement, 16 p.), Moderna galerija / Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana: 2006
  • Bálint, Anna: Garden of Communication. Artpool Art Research Center web site, Convergence. The Journal of Research into New Media Technology, Vol. 4., No. 2., 1998 Summer, pp. 116–118.
  • Bodor, Judit. Artpool Art Research Centre, B+B at Home, Occasions, No. 8. (special issue), Austrian Cultural Forum London: 2004, p. 4.
  •  Detterer, Gabriele – Maurizio Nannucci (eds.). Artists-Run Spaces. Nonprofit collective organizations in the 1960s and 1970s, JRP / Ringier, 2012, pp. 17, 30–31, 44, 84–109.
  •  Galántai, György – Klaniczay, Julia (eds.). ARTPOOL – The Experimental Art Archive of East-Central Europe. History of an active archive for producing, networking, curating, and researching art since 1970, Artpool, Budapest:, 2013.
  • Galántai, György. Artpool from the Beginnings: A Personal Account, in: Bismarck, Beatrice von – Hans-Peter Feldmann – Hans Ulrich Obrist et al. (eds.). Interarchive. Archivarische Praktiken und Handlungsräume im zeitgenössischen Kunstfeld / Archival Practices and Sites in the Contemporary Art Field, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln: 2002, pp. 393—395.
  •  Interview with Artpool Cofounder Júlia Klaniczay by Juliane Debeusscher, ARTMargins online, June 2011
  • Klaniczay Júlia – Sasvári Edit (szerk.). Törvénytelen avantgárd. Galántai György balatonboglári kápolnaműterme, Artpool-Balassi, Budapest: 2003.
  • Mourik Broekman, Pauline van. Relational History, MUTE. Culture and Politics after the Net, No. 27., 2004 Winter / Spring, pp. 24–25.
  • Parastamp. Four Decades of Artistamps, from Fluxus to the Internet (exhibition catalog with essays by Peter Frank, Kata Bodor, interview with György Galántai), Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest: 2007, 108 p.
  • Perneczky, Géza. The Art Pool Archives. The Story of a Hungarian Art Collection, The New Hungarian Quarterly, 1989, pp. 192–196. 
    • Ray Johnson and the Mail Art Scene in Eastern Europe, in: Kunsttexte.de, 3/2014, Ostblick 3: "Mythmaking Eastern Europe: Art in Response", ed. Mateusz Kapustka, 2014
  • Röder, Kornelia. Topologie und Funktionsweise des Netzwerks der Mail Art. Seine spezifische Bedeutung für Osteuropa von 1960 bis 1989, Schriftenreihe für Künstlerpublikationen, Band 5, Salon Verlag, Köln: 2008, pp. 159–163.
  • Schwarz, Isabelle. Archive für Kunstlerpublikationen der 1960er bis 1980er Jahre, Schriftenreihe für Künstlerpublikationen, Band 4, Salon Verlag, Köln: 2008, pp. 298–339.
  • Timár, Katalin. Fax- und Mailart des Artpool im Wandel politischer Systeme. Fax- and Mail Art of the Artpool in the Change of Political Systems, in: Ursprung, Eva (ed.) In Control. Mensch – Interface – Maschine, Kunstverein W.A.S., Graz: 1993., pp. 72–74.
  • Tumbas, Jasmina. International Hungary. György Galántai’s networking strategies, ARTMargins, Vol. 1., Issue 2–3., 2012 (June–October), pp. 87–115.
Várnagy, Tibor – John P. Jacob (eds.). Hidden Story: Samizdat from Hungary & Elsewhere, Franklin Furnace Archive, New York: 1991, 82 p.

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