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WOW 5 (Bosch + Bosch)

WOW 5 (Bosch + Bosch) Signed by Bálint Szombathy Peti broj se vezuje za izložbu Katalin Ladik i Balinta Sombatija 1978.godine u Vircburgu (Würzburg), gde su izložili vizuelnu poeziju i tele-fotografije. Nastao je o tamnošnjoj štampariji uz saradnju Petera Belova (Petera Belowa), koji je organizovao izložbu. Odgovorni urednik je bila umetnica, a materijalno, stoje iza broja ona i Sombati. Format mu je 18 x 50,5 cm, ima po 8 strana, izašao je u tiražu od 300 primeraka. Iz aspekta štampe je najreprezentativniji. Širenje se dešavalo poštom sa lica mesta. Saradnici: Ante Vukov, Nikola de Maria (Nicola de Maria) (Italija), Petr Stembera (Čehoslovačka), Bogdanka i Dejan Poznanović, Robert Rehfeld (Istočna Nemačka), Arpad F. Tot (F. Tóth Árpád) (Balatonfenyves), Vladimir Gudac (Zagreb), Gabor Tot (Tóth Gábor) (Budimpešta), Majkl Gibs (Michael Gibbs) (Engelska), Gerd Šerm (Gerd Scherm) (Zapadna Nemačka), Predrag Šiđanin, Katalin Ladik, Stive B. Koks (Stephen B. Cox) (Engelska), Mirela Bentivoljo (Mirella Bentivoglio) (Italija), Miško Šuvaković, Jožef Markulik (Markulik József), Miroslav Klivar, Horhe Karabaljo (Jorge Caraballo), Klemente Padin (Clemente Padin) , Peter Belov (Peter Below) i Balint Sombati ( Szombathy Bálint).
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WOW 3 (Bosch + Bosch)

WOW 3 (Bosch + Bosch) Treći broj je objavljen ofset štampom 1975. godine na kunstdruk papiru dimenzija 18 x 50,5 cm, na šest strana, u 150 primeraka. Matković je ovde dao prikaz svoje galerije u stanu, bračni par Poznanović je prikazao Franka Vakarija (Franca Vaccaria) (Firenca). Jedna strana je objavila listu autora Prve jugoslovenske izložbe umetničke knjige. Objavljen je novi tekst Endrea Tota (Tóth Endre), kao i eseji Miška Šuvakovića (Novi Sad) i Predraga Šiđanina. Ostali autori: Branko Andrić (Novi Sad), Irena Dogmatik (Irene Dogmatic) (USA), Klement Padin (Clemente Padin) (Urugvaj), Horhe Karabaljo (Jorge Caraballo) (Urugvaj), Gabor Tot (Tóth Gábor) (Budimpešta) i Šandor Pincehelji (Pinczehelyi Sándor) (Pečuj). Izvor: Olga Kovačev Ninkov, viši kustos Gradskog muzeja Subotica
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WOW 4 (Bosch + Bosch)

WOW 4 (Bosch + Bosch). Specijalni broj. Četvrti broj je izašao 27.oktobra 1975.godine. Imao je zvaničnog izdavača, Studentski kulturni centar u Zagrebu, što je olakšalo štamparske pripreme. Ovaj broj je naime bio pravljen za izložbu pod nazivom Eksperiment u jugoslovenskoj savremenoj umetnosti. Imao je 6 strana, dimenzije 30,5 x 43,5 cm, štampan u ofsetu u 210 primeraka. Sadržavao je radove samo članova grupe Bosch + Bosch: Katalin Ladik, Balinta Sombatija, Ante Vukova, Atile Černika, Slavka Matkovića i Lasla Salme. Grafičku pripremu su radili Sombati i Černik. WOW, katalog-novine grupe Bosch+Bosch Subotica, Novi Sad, specialno izdanje; izdaje Galerija Studenstkog centra Sveučilišta u Zagrebu; urednik galerije: Želimir Koščević; Koncepcija: B. Szombathy; design: A. Csernik; 13; B. Szombathy; 245; 1 Szalma;6; Katalin Ladik, Ante Vukov, Marina Abramović, Slavko Matković, Ida Biard, Laszlo Szalma,
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József Markulik: DAL

József Markulik: DAL Artist Book. 14x10,5cm Limited and numbered 4/75
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FLU"X"US, Bohinj 1973.

FLU"X"US, Bohinj 1973. Experimental Art 73 ^FLUXUS. Visual literature, in a brochure edited with → Tóth, G. & → Zagoricnik, A/5, offset, 12 p. Experimental Art Publisher. Bohinj YU, 1973 The Visual Aspects of Grammatical Relations. Visual literature, in a brochure 􏰃􏰂 edited with → Szombathy & → Zagoricnik, A/5, offset, 12 p. Experi- mental Art Publisher. Bohinj YU, 1973
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Új Symposion (79)

Új Symposion 79. szam Novi Sad, 1971. godine 20x29cm 36pp Design Balint Szombathy
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Új Symposion (76)

Új Symposion (76) 76. szam Novi Sad, 1971. godine 20x29cm 36pp Design Balint Szombathy Valter Benjamin, Vegel laszlo, Gerold Laszlo, Antal Bognar, Varady, Miroslav Egerić, Beata Thomka, Imre Bori, Leszek Kolakovski, Gion nandor Új Symposion, a Hungarian-language journal published in Yugoslavia, maintained a courageous critical stance and a deliberate spontaneity. The creative community that grew around the editorial team and all but turned into a movement created a literary and artistic milieu in Vojvodina that was marked by a proclivity for experimenta-tion. Struggling with the minority status of the Hungarian language, while enjoying an access to cultural knowledge that was fresher in Yugoslavia than in Hungary, the consecutive editorial teams and the associated generations of artists shaped the periodical with different emphases on literature, visual culture and social criticism, and vary-ing degrees of readiness to comply with the demands of the cultural authorities. Though the history of Új Symposion may appear uninterrupted, it was constantly hampered by bans, lawsuits, and in 1983 by the dismissal of the editors, right up to the Yugoslav war, when it could no longer be maintained. Izvor: Avantgarde Museum, Zagreb
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Új Symposion (87/88)

Új Symposion (87/88) Novi Sad, 1972. godine 20x29cm 58pp Design Balint Szombathy Bosch + Bosch, Lukacs Gyorgy, Istvan Bosnyak, Maria Benedek, Lukacs Kovacs, Sandor Rozsa, Balint Szhombaty, Valter Benjamin, Vegel laszlo, Gerold Laszlo, Antal Bognar, Varady, Miroslav Egerić, Beata Thomka, Imre Bori, Leszek Kolakovski, Gion nandor Új Symposion, a Hungarian-language journal published in Yugoslavia, maintained a courageous critical stance and a deliberate spontaneity. The creative community that grew around the editorial team and all but turned into a movement created a literary and artistic milieu in Vojvodina that was marked by a proclivity for experimenta-tion. Struggling with the minority status of the Hungarian language, while enjoying an access to cultural knowledge that was fresher in Yugoslavia than in Hungary, the consecutive editorial teams and the associated generations of artists shaped the periodical with different emphases on literature, visual culture and social criticism, and vary-ing degrees of readiness to comply with the demands of the cultural authorities. Though the history of Új Symposion may appear uninterrupted, it was constantly hampered by bans, lawsuits, and in 1983 by the dismissal of the editors, right up to the Yugoslav war, when it could no longer be maintained. Izvor: Avantgarde Museum, Zagreb
4.000,00 kn

Új Symposion (43)

Új Symposion 43. szam Novi Sad, 1968. godine 23,5x33cm 32pp Vegel laszlo, Otto Tolnai, Nandor Burany, Jozsef Podolski, Miklos Hornyik, Istvan Bosnuak, Tibor Varady, Miroslav Egerić, Beata thomka, Gabor Vajda, Katalin Ladik, Gabor Fulop, Imre Bori, Leszek Kolakovski, Karoly Jung
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Slavko Matković: Knjiga

Slavko Matković: Knjiga (The Book) Artist Book Osvit , 1979. Predgovor Balint Szombathy. Tekst na srpskom, mađarskom i engleskom jeziku. Slavko Matkovic is one of the most prominent Serbian conceptual artists. His work highlights the creative process as opposed to the finished work, and explores such issues as the authorship of a work of art and the relationship between the visual and linguistic spheres, among others. As the most prominent representative of artistic nomadism and in an anticipation of art movements, Matkovic was involved in visual poetry, body art, comics, poetry, painting, performance, film, mail art, etc. In 1969 in Subotica, Matkovic together with Balint Szombathy established the art group Bosch + Bosch. Within this small community, the group embodied contemporary artistic sensibility. Its art practice fulfilled international artistic aspirations by transcending former aesthetic categories in favor of ethics. The Group founded the magazines "Contractor e972" and "WOW" which published relevant articles in the fields of art and theory.
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Bálint Szombathy

Bálint Szombathy: Collage Bálint Szombathy: Kolaž 21x29cm rane 70e Pečat umjetnika preko koje je ispisan tekst adresa no1
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Katalin Ladik: Elindultak a kis piros bulldózerek

Elindultak a kis piros bulldózerek (The Small, Red Bulldosers Have Taken Off) | poems | Hungarian | Forum, Novi Sad, 1971
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Slavko Matković: Ja sam umetnik

Slavko Matković: Ja sam umetnik Ja sam umetnik, 1973-1974 print + originalni crtež + pečat UNIKAT 30 x 21 cm
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Katalin Ladik: Poemim 1

Katalin Ladik: Poemim 1 Novi Sad, 1978. Photo by Imre Poth Xerox na kartonu 15x10,5cm
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Katalin Ladik: Mesék a hétfejű varrógépről

Mesék a hétfejű varrógépről (Stories of the Seven-Headed Sewing Machine) | poems | Hungarian | Forum, Novi Sad, 1978
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Bosch + Bosch

Bosch + Bosch: Subotica, 1972 Intervencije u slobodnom prostoru, projekti i akcije New Art / Avantgarde Slavko Matković, Bálint Szombathy, Laszlo Kerekes, Laszlo Szalma
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Katalin Ladik: Aki darazsakról álmodik

Aki darazsakról álmodik (Who is Dreaming About Wasps) | LP | recording of the radio play "Furcsa, aki darazsakról álmodik" (Strange Is the One Who Is Dreaming About Wasps) | Radio Novi Sad, 1988 A –Ladik Katalin* Aki Darazsakról Álmodik Music By, Performer [Zenéjét Szerezte És Előadta] – Király Ernő* Performer [Közreműködött] – Biszák Júlia, Fischer Károly, Ladik Katalin* Technician [Technikai Munkatárs] – Doru Barbulov Fülöp Gábor Bomba-Effektus Le És Föl Music Consultant [A "Kék Duna Keringő" Változatait Adta Elő] – Kovács Ferenc* Music Consultant [Zenei Szerkesztő] – Varga Éva Performer [Közreműködött] – Balázs-Piri Zoltán, Daróczi Zsuzsa, Fejes György, Ferenci Jenő, Fischer Károly, Horváth József (2), Sinkó István Recorded By [Hangfelvevő] – Iván Fece* Technician [Technikai Munkatárs] – Morvai Ferenc*, Slavko Stojanov
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Katalin Ladik: Erogen Zoon

Erogen Zoon | poems Serbian | translated by: Katalin Ladik, Selimir Radulović, Judita Šalgo, Arpad Vicko Književna Zajednica Novog Sada, Novi Sad Na naslovnoj strani Hieronymus Bosch Likovni prilozi i likovni urednik Doru Bosiok Fotografija na poleđini Oszkar Hernadi Stanje - antikvarno odlično 13x20cm 126pp
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Slavko Matković: 5113B

Slavko Matković: 5113B Rad / Work Sitotisak na foliji 2xx19cm 1970 / 1975
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Slavko Matković: No 3

Slavko Matković: No 3 Plakat A3 Polzel / New signalistic strip 1973. godine
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Slavko Matković: Art 801

Slavko Matković: Art 801 Plakat A3
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Slavko Matković: The Beatles

Slavko Matković: The Beatles Plakat A3 1973. godina
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Bálint Szombathy: Citysigns – Visual Semiology

Bálint Szombathy: Citysigns – Visual Semiology 1972-1974 Razglednica / Postcard Upućena Slavku Matkoviću Born 1950 in Pačir, Serbia. Studied at the Alexander Tsúszó Academy in Russia (1980–1984). 1969-1976 co-founder and member of the Bosch+Bosch group. 1971–1972 editor of the magazine Új Symposion, Novi Sad. 1974–1985 editor of the daily newspaper Magyar Szó. 1985–1989 editor of the magazine Új Symposion. 1989–1993 editor of the newspaper Családi Kör, Novi Sad. 1993–1999 editor at the Prometej Publishing House, Novi Sad. Since 1999 artistic director of the international video art festival VideoMedeja, Novi Sad. He lives in Budapest.
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Slavko Matković: Bučna pesma

Slavko Matković: Bučna pesma Budapest, 1979. 21,5x30 FMK / Fiatal Muveszek Klubja, Budapest
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