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acb ResearchLab

The – network-based – research methodology is derived from the realization that the avant-garde artists connected and collaborating with each other in the sixties-seventies (Gábor Altorjay, Katalin Ladik, Tamás Szentjóby, Bálint Szombathy, Endre Tót, János Vető and members of the Pécs Workshop – most of them represented by acb Gallery today) should be examined in their synchronicity and coreferentiality. 
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The pluralization of the public sphere. Art exhibitions in Romania between 1968 and 1989

The project analyzes unofficial, alternative, subversive or, generically, experimental art in Romania during the Ceaușescu regime, from the vantage point of the institutional frameworks, representation politics and micro-communities of artistic production.These practices concur to constitute what has been recently labeled as ”the second public sphere”.
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Action Art Beyond the Iron Curtain

"Action Art Beyond the Iron Curtain" (2015-2018) is a research project financed be German Research Community (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) with international members all focusing on event-based art forms throughout East, Central and Southeast Europe during socialism.
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Performance-Art in Eastern Europe (1950-1990): History and Theory

A new ERC-funded research project on event-based art in Eastern Europe during socialism at the Slavic Seminar of the University of Zurich. 
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