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Invitation leporello announcing the 1973 program of György Galántai's Chapel Studio in Balatonboglár/ Galántai György 1973-as program-meghívója Kápolnaműtermébe


  • 1061 Budapest Liszt Ferenc tér 10 , Magyarország
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Name of collection

  • Chapel Studio, Balatonboglár (1970–1973) – collection of artworks and documents

Provenance and cultural activities

Description of content


  • artifacts: 500-999
  • memorabilia (posters, flyers, stamps, etc.): 1000-
  • photos: 1000-
  • voice recordings (including oral history recordings): 100-499

Geographical scope of recent operation

  • international

Date of founding

  • 1968

Place of founding

Access type

  • visits by appointments


Author(s) of this page

  • Barkóczi, Flóra
  • Klaniczay, Júlia


Hajdu, István: Illegal Avant-garde: The Balatonboglár Chapel Studio of György Galántai 1970–1973, Praesens, No. 3., 2003 November, pp. 114–118.

Hegyi, Dóra – Hornyik Sándor – László Zsuzsa (eds.): Parallel Chronologies. How art becomes public – “Other” revolutionary traditions. An exhibition in newspaper format,, Budapest, 2011, 56 p.

Sasvári, Edit: A Moment of Experimental Democracy in the Kádár Era. György Galántai’s Chapel Studio in Balatonboglár and the Social Milieu of Counter-Culture in Hungary in the 1960s and 1970s, in: Removed from the Crowd: Unexpected Encounters I, [BLOK] – DeLVe, Zagreb, 2011, pp. 82–101.

Hock, Beata: Where Have Some Women Gone? Making Women Artists’ Networks Visible, in: Micropolitics Notebook 2011, [BLOK], Zagreb, 2011, pp. 38–47.

Hegyi, Dóra et al. (eds.): Art Always Has Its Consequences – Artists’ Texts from Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Serbia, 1947–2009, – Sternberg Press, Berlin, 2011, 262 p.

Tumbas, Jasmina: International Hungary. György Galántai’s networking strategies, ARTMargins, Vol. 1., Issue 2–3., 2012 (June–October), pp. 87–115.

Herczog Noémi: Ha kell – tiltsunk! Feljelentő színházkritika a hetvenes években, 2000, 2005/7, pp.14-28.

Radomska, Magdalena: Polityka Kierunków Neoawangardy Węgierskiej (1966-1980), Universitas, Krakkó, 2013, 548 p.

Serban, Alina – Stefania Ferchedau: We Are Always Working on the Roots... Interview with György Galántai and Júlia Klaniczay, Artpool,, 16 September 2017

Kürti Emese: Screaming Hole. Poetry, Sound and Action as Intermedia practice in the work of Katalin Ladik, acb Research Lab, Budapest, 2017, pp. 144, 146, 215, 237, 248.

Forgács Éva: Hungarian Art: Confrontation and Revival in the Modern Movement, Doppelhouse Press, Los Angeles, 2016, pp. 168-171, 175, 276, 294.

Krasteva, Snejana: I Know You Are Here Reading But You Have No Idea Where I Am, n: Grammar of Freedom/Five Lessons. Works from the Arteast 2000+ Collection Moderna galerija, Ljubljana, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, 2015, pp. 24-27.

Fowkes, Maja: The Green Bloc. Neo-avant-garde Art and Ecology under Socialism, Central European University Press, Budapest-New York, 2015, 299 p-

Kemp-Welch, Klara: Antipolitics in Central European Art. Reticence as Dissidence under Post-Totalitarian Rule 1956-1989, I.B.Tauris, London-New York, 2014, 336 p.

[film] Vakáció I–II. A Balatonboglári Kápolnatárlatok története 1970–1973 [Vacation. The Story of the Chapel Studio of Balatonboglár 1970–1973], 1997–1998, 52+54 min.; and a 66 min. version with English subtitles, dir. by Árpád Soós, edited by Róbert Római, script and reporter: Edit Sasvári, Magyar Televízió Dokumentumfilm Stúdió

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