Home-Made Almanac of the Liget Gallery, 1986
In the second half of the 1980s, many of the artists and gallerists were thinking of compiling a portfolio (to use a term that has become wideapread today). This was a bit like the internet is today, i.e. a manner of presenting the gallery to the public or to an individual. Várnagy began to put together a publication consisting largely of photocopies, in which the most important parts of the documentation of the gallery’s activities were collected in order to offer a representative sample of their activities: it presented several genres, as the preference was not to work with a group of artists (as a commercial gallery might do), but more to reveal tendencies and new genres. The first almanac was made in only 5-10 copies, and only unofficially.
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- Beöthy, Balázs