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One of the first Artpool cards, designed by György Galántai, 1979.
György Galántai, Homage to Vera Muhina (performance with Júlia Klaniczay and G. A. Cavellini), Budapest, 1980.
The premises of the Artpool Art Research Center, 1992-2020.

Artpool Art Research Center is an avant-garde and contemporary art project and archive, founded in 1979 by György Galántai and Júlia Klaniczay in Budapest.

Artpool's mission is to document, archive, research, share, and present local and international art practices related to conceptual art, Fluxus, as well as to experimental tendencies and mediums

Artpool was founded upon the legacy of György Galántai’s Chapel Studio in Balatonboglár (1970-1973) and his “active archive” concept. Active archives do not only “collect material already existing ‘out there’, but the way it operates also generates the very material to be archived. An active archive is a living institution that can be interpreted as an organic and open artwork or as an activist artistic practice.”

After ten years of underground operation and functioning for 25 years as an NGO, Artpool became a department of the Museum of Fine Arts in 2015. In 2020, it moved into the campus of the National Museum Restoration and Storage Center (OMRRK) and now continues its mission as part of the Central European Research Institute for Art History (KEMKI).

The unparalleled collection of the Artpool Art Research Center documents the history of art movements, trends and aspirations that emerged from the 1960s, including what is termed as unofficial artistic trends (underground, samizdat). The archives’ 650 running metres and 2,300 hours of digitised material allows research into some 7,500 artists, art groups and institutes. Thanks to the documents and works it preserves, Artpool is a place of research providing an insight into the intellectual developments of an era. The Artpool archives contains letters, descriptions of artworks, notes, sketches, concepts, interviews, various writings and works, as well as photo-documentation, catalogues, invitations, posters, bibliographies, chronologies, monographs, periodicals, diagrams, portfolios, video- and audio documents. (2023)



AL (Aktuális / Alternatív / Artpool Levél), 1-11, 1983-1985, HTML.
  • Poolwindow / Pool-Letter, 30 issues, eds. György Galántai and Júlia Klaniczay, 1980-1982. Design, layout and production: György Galántai. Single-page mail art newsletter. 1980: 1-5, 1981: 6-18, 1982 :19-30. A4, photocopy. (English),(Hungarian)
  • AL (Aktuális / Alternatív / Artpool Levél) [Actual / Alternative / Artpool Letter], 11 issues, 1983-1985. Nos. 1-9, A5, photocopied; Nos. 10, 11, A4, photocopied with offset cover, rubber stamp, with a circulation of 300-500. Bookwork-like samizdat art magazine with several inserts and supplements and with English summaries for each issue. (Hungarian),(English)
    • AL (Artpool Letter) 1-11, 1983-1985, Budapest: Artpool, 2004. Boxed edition, published in 15 copies. Assembled from the leftover original inserts and sheets (some missing pages were reprinted from the original template using the same photocopy technique).
  • Radio Artpool, 8 issues, Budapest: Artpool, 1983-1987. Cassette releases.

Bookworks (1979-1989)[edit]

Commonpress 51: "Hungary", 1984/1989, HTML.

Design and production: György Galántai.

  • The Artpool, 1980, 18 pp. A6, offset, foldout bookwork. Appeared as the first issue of the Poolwindow newsletter.
  • Textile Without Textile, Budapest: Galántai–Artpool, 1980. Original works in an A4 format silk-screened folder, in a variety of techniques by 54 artists from various countries, 300 numbered copies.
  • ART + POST, 1981. A series of four A6 booklets in an envelope, offset, ca. 200 copies. The series contains Hungarian translation of articles and studies about correspondence art. Published on the occasion of the first exhibition of Hungarian mail artists. The fourth booklet served as the catalogue of the exhibition. [1]
  • ART-UMBRELLA, 1981. Bookwork-catalogue, A6, offset, with color foil cover, 97 numbered copies. 104 works by 33 Hungarian artists.
  • Artpool’s Ray Johnson Space (I-III.), Budapest: Artpool, 1983. Bookwork, 4-4 copies.
  • Artpool’s Ray Johnson Book / Four Letters, 1985. A4, 120 pages, photocopy, 10 numbered copies.
  • To live in a negative utopia, 1982-1987, 34 pp. A5 booklet, photocopy, 100 numbered copies. An edition of selected “answers” by 32 artists to Ray Johnson’s second “add to” letter.
  • Everybody with Anybody, Budapest: Artpool, 1982. A5, offset, rubber stamp, in a plastic bag, 300 numbered copies. Bookwork-catalogue with photos, original rubber stamps and articles by György Galántai, Miklós Erdély, Albert Kováts and György Szemadám in Hungarian and in English. Catalogue of a rubber stamp event, 1982 (supplement to the catalogue: call, invitation and poster).
  • Stamp + Rubber Stamp, Budapest: Artpool, 1982. 17x15 cm, silk-screened, offset, collage, rubber stamp, cardboard cover, folder-like, 125 numbered copies. A publication compiled and conceived by György Galántai to honour 22 Hungarian artists who participated both in Artpool’s artistamp and rubber stamp project.
  • World Art Post, eds. György Galántai and Júlia Klaniczay, Budapest: Artpool, 1982. A4 landscape format, offset, silk-screened plastic foil cover, ca. 900 copies. An album of 27 sheets (28 stamps each) of stamps designed by 550 artists from 35 countries - with essays and studies on artistamps in English by Peter Frank, E. F. Higgins, László Beke, etc., along with a comprehensive bibliography. Published on the occasion of the World Art Post exhibition, 1982.
  • Commonpress 51: "Hungary", Budapest: Artpool, 1984; new ed., Budapest: Artpool, 1989. The first version produced by photocopying in 25 copies (cover: silk-screened plastic foil and a color offset tourist prospectus, inside: photocopy); a new edition colour offset printed, edition of 300. Catalogue of the exhibition Hungary Can Be Yours! / International Hungary.
  • The Artpool - Documentation 1979-1984, ed. György Galántai, Budapest: Artpool, 1984-1988. A4, ca. 70-80 pages, photocopy with collaged photos, artistamps, rubber stamp prints. 1984: series I-IV (5 copies each), 1985: V (10 copies), VI (6 copies), 1986: VII (6 copies), 1987-88: VIII (22 copies).
  • Intermámor'88 / musaillance transactiviste, 1988, 28 pp. Catalogue of the sound poetry festival at Club MM, Almássy tér, Budapest. (English)
  • Galántai, 1988, 25 pp. Catalogue for György Galántai's exhibition at the Görög templom (Greek temple) in Vác, 2 October-10 November 1988.
  • Galántai, 1989, 30 pp. Catalogue for György Galántai's exhibition at the daaadgalerie, Berlin, 2 September-8 October 1989.


  • Artpool 1992, 1992. A4 spiral bound, with original documents, photocopy.
  • Artpool 1993, 1993. A4 spiral bound, with original documents, photocopy.
  • Artpool 1994, 1994. A4 spiral bound, with original documents, photocopy.


A5 booklets with Hungarian translation of source texts.

  • Ken Friedman, Fluxus 1992, Budapest: Artpool, 1992, 20 pp.
  • Network utópiák. A mindenüttlevés művészete. Részletek az 1993-as On Line szimpózium anyagából [Network Utopias. The Art of Being Everywhere. Excerpts from the On Line Symposium, 1993], ed. Robert Adrian X, Budapest: Artpool, 1993, 16 pp.
  • Válogatás Ben Vautier írásaiból [Texts by Ben Vautier, a selection], Budapest: Artpool, 1993, 36 pp.
  • George Maciunas, Írások, diagramok [Writings, Diagrams], ed. Annamária Szőke, Budapest: Artpool, 1993, 24 pp.
  • Hangköltészet [Sound Poetry], ed. & intro. Endre Szkárosi, Budapest: Artpool, 1994, 42 pp.
  • Allan Kaprow, Assemblage, environmentek & happeningek [Assemblage, Environments & Happenings], ed. & afterw. Annamária Szőke, Budapest: Artpool, 1996, 42 pp.
  • Hyper text + Multimédia, ed. & afterw. János Sugár, Budapest: Artpool, 1996, 64 pp; 2nd ed., corr., 1998.

Catalogues and project documentations[edit]

  • Artpool's Faxzine, ed. György Galántai, Budapest: Artpool, 1992, 24 pp. A5, photocopy. Booklet documenting the Networker Congress Budapest event. Designed and produced by György Galántai. (English)
  • Flux Flag / Fluxus Zászló, ed. György Galántai, Budapest: Artpool, 1992, 94 pp. A4, monochrome and color photocopy, printed in 100 numbered copies. Publication designed and produced by György Galántai with the use of the artists’ documents and photographs of the exhibited fluxus flags,
  • Networker Post, Budapest: Artistamp Museum of Artpool, 1992-1993, 100 pp. A4, photocopy, folder, 150 copies. Stamp sheets, with 5x4 artistamps each, by 100 artists.
  • Fluxmost, 1993, 4 pp. A4, offset. Test issue of a planned review.
  • Polyphonix 26 - Budapest, Budapest: Artpool, 1994, 16 pp. A4, offset. Catalogue of the Sound Poetry Festival organized by Artpool and Polyphonix Association (Paris) in Budapest, 1994, with biographies and photos of the participating artists. (English)/(Hungarian)
  • Networker Bridge, Budapest: Artpool, 1994. A5 booklet assembled from 8+1 A4 sheets folded in two, b&w and color photocopy. 64 tarot-card images, a bookwork by György Galántai in homage to the networker friends of Artpool.
  • Sajnos István szövegei [István Sajnos texts], Budapest: Artpool, 1995, 44 pp. A5, photocopy. Booklet documenting the sajnos [alas] project. (Hungarian)
  • Video-Expedition in the Performance-World, ed. Júlia Klaniczay, Budapest: Artpool, 1995, 32 pp. A4, offset. Catalogue of the performance-video festivals organized by Artpool and summary of the Year of Performance including description of, and information on, the videos, photographs, brief introductory notes by some experts of the topic, with index. Designed by György Galántai. (English)/(Hungarian)
  • Monument Square Postcards, Budapest: Artpool, 1997. An edition of 56 cards selected from the 134 works received for the project to transform a postcard showing Budapest’s Heroes square.
  • The Year of Installation at Artpool: Installation Project 1998, Budapest: Artpool, 1999, 32 pp. A4, offset. Catalogue of the project and the events held during “The Year of Installation”. (English)/(Hungarian)
  • Marcel Duchamp Szimpozion 1987 [Marcel Duchamp Symposium 1987], Budapest: Artpool, 2007, 62 pp. A4, digital print. Publication with the “Five minute lectures” held at the symposium in 1987 by 21 leading Hungarian artists and art critics. (Hungarian)
  • Hommage à Marcel Duchamp, Budapest: Artpool, 2007, 143 pp. A4, color digital print, 100 copies. With an insert of English summary of the “Five minute lectures”. A bookwork-catalogue, an imprint of the website documenting the event (symposium, concerts and exhibition) “In the Spirit of Marcel Duchamp” organized by György Galántai (Artpool) and Péter György (Department of Aesthetics at the Eötvös Loránd Univ.) in 1987.
  • Robert Watts: Flux Med, Budapest: Artpool, 2008, 48 pp. Exhibition catalogue with essays by Francesco Conz, Larry Miller and Geoffrey Hendricks. (English)/(Hungarian)


Törvénytelen avantgárd. Galántai György balatonboglári kápolnaműterme 1970-1973, 2003, PDF, HTML.
Artpool: The Experimental Art Archive of East-Central Europe, 2013, Log, PDF.
  • György Galántai, Júlia Klaniczay (eds.), Galántai, Életmunkák / Lifeworks 1968-1993, Budapest: Artpool, and Budapest: Enciklopédia, 1996, 318 pp. (English)/(Hungarian)
  • Allan Kaprow, Assemblage, environmentek & happeningek [Assemblage, Environments & Happenings], ed. & afterw. Annamária Szőke, Budapest: Artpool, Balassi, and BAE Tartóshullám, 1998, 75 pp. (Hungarian)
  • Márton Koppány (ed.), Idegen az ajtóban [Stranger at the door], Budapest: Artpool, and Budapest: Balassi, 1999, 124 pp. [2] (Hungarian)
  • Annamária Szőke (ed.), A performance-művészet [Performance Art], Budapest: Artpool, Budapest: Balassi, and Budapest: Tartóshullám, 2000, 346 pp. (Hungarian)
  • László Beke, Anna Bálint (eds.), Poipoi, Budapest: Artpool, and Budapest: Műcsarnok, 1998, 40 pp. (Hungarian)
  • Annamária Szőke (ed.), Diagramok: Gondolat-térképek [Diagrams: Mind Maps], Budapest: Artpool, and Budapest: Műcsarnok, 1998, 51 pp. [3] (Hungarian)
  • József Havasréti, Zsolt K. Horváth (eds.), Avantgárd: underground: alternatív. Popzene, művészet és szubkulturális nyilvánosság Magyarországon [Avant-garde: Underground: Alternative: Pop Music, Art and Subculture in Hungary], Budapest: Kijárat, Budapest: Artpool, and Pécs: Művészetkutató Központ - PTE Kommunikációs Tanszék, 2003, 239 pp. [4] (Hungarian)
  • Júlia Klaniczay, Edit Sasvári (eds.), Törvénytelen avantgárd. Galántai György balatonboglári kápolnaműterme 1970-1973 [Illegal Avant-garde: The Chapel Studio of György Galántai in Balatonboglár 1970-1973], Budapest: Artpool, and Budapest: Balassi, 2003, 460 pp. (Hungarian)
  • Parastamp: Four Decades of Artistamps, from Fluxus to the Internet, intro. Peter Frank, Budapest: Szépművészeti Múzeum, 2007, 108 pp. Catalogue of the exhibition from the artistamp collection of Artpool Art Research Center, with an essay by art historian Kata Bodor and an interview with György Galántai, organiser of the exhibition. (English)/(Hungarian)
  • Júlia Klaniczay, Annamária Szőke (eds.), Fluxus. Interjúk, szövegek, események-esetek [FLUXUS. Interviews, Texts, Events], Budapest: Artpool, and Budapest: Ludwig Múzeum, 2008, 350 pp. (Hungarian)
  • József Havasréti, Széteső dichotómiák. Színterek és diskurzusok a magyar neoavantgárdban [Dichotomies Falling Apart. Scenes and Discourses in the Hungarian Neo-avantgarde], Budapest: Gondolat Kiadó, Budapest: Artpool, and Pécs: PTE Kommunikációs Médiatudományi Tanszék, 2009, 256 pp. (Hungarian)
  • Károly Tamkó Sirató, A Dimenzionista Manifesztum története. A Dimenzionizmus (nemeuklidészi művészetek) I. Albuma. Az avantgárd művészetek rendszerbe foglalása [The History of the Dimensionist Manifesto. Album I of Dimensionism (non-Euclidean arts). The Systematization of Avant-Garde Arts], ed. & notes Júlia Klaniczay, postf. László L. Simon, Budapest: Artpool, and Budapest: Magyar Műhely, 2010, 198 pp. Book supplement: Manifeste Dimensioniste, 1936, 2 pp (reprint of the French original). (Hungarian)
  • Artpool 30 kronológia 1979-2009 [Artpool 30 Chronology 1979-2009], ed. Júlia Klaniczay, Budapest: Artpool, 2010, 100 pp. (Hungarian)
  • Péter Abajkovics, Ákos Székely (eds.), Leopold Bloom Planetoida, Budapest: Artpool, and Budapest: Magyar Műhely, 2012, 240 pp. Publication documenting the Bloomsday festivals (1995-2009) and the 23 issues of the international bookwork magazine Leopold Bloom. (English)/(Hungarian)
  • György Galántai, Júlia Klaniczay (eds.), Artpool: The Experimental Art Archive of East-Central Europe, forew. Kristine Stiles, Budapest: Artpool, 2013, 535 pp. 21 x 29.7 cm, with approx 1500 b&w and color illustratons, index of names, softcover, published in 500 numbered copies. [5] (English)
  • The Mukhina Project: Interpretations of Being in György Galántai's Oeuvre / A Muhina projekt. Létértelmezések Galántai György életművében, ed. Júlia Klaniczay, Budapest: Vintage Galéria, 2018, 144 pp. Text: conversations about the Mukhina Project with György Galántai. 180 illustrations, 20x26 cm, published in 600 copies. [6] (English)/(Hungarian)
  • Emese Kürti, Zsuzsa László (eds.), What Will Be Already Exists: Temporalities of Cold War Archives in East-Central Europe and Beyond, Bielefeld: transcript, 2021, 196 pp. (English)

Literature (selection)[edit]

  • Dóra Maurer, "Versuch einer Chronologie der Avantgarde-Bewegung in Ungarn 1966-1980", in Künstler aus Ungarn (catalogue), Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven, 1980, pp 72, 74-76, 79-81. (German)
  • Tamás Szőnyei, "Kommunikálni kell. Találkozás Galántai Györggyel" [We need to Communicate. Meeting György Galántai], Magyar Ifjúság [Hungarian Youth] 32:25, 17 Jun 1988, pp 30-31. (Hungarian)
  • Géza Perneczky, "The Art Pool Archives. The Story of a Hungarian Art Collection", The New Hungarian Quarterly 30:113, Spring 1989, pp 192-196. (English)
  • András Nagy, "Az eltűnt téridő nyomában. Galántai-revitalizációk" [Looking for the Lost Space-Time. Revivals of Galántai], Beszélő, 22 Jan 1990, pp 27-30. (Hungarian)
  • Péter György, "Föld alatt, föld felett. Avantgárd az Aczél-korszakban" [Underground, Above Ground. Avant-garde in the Aczél Era], Magyar Napló [Hungarian Diary], 22 Feb 1990, p 13. (Hungarian)
  • Géza Boros, "Múzeum a margón" [A Museum on the Edge], Világ [World], 22 Mar 1990, pp 4-5. (Hungarian)
  • Tibor Várnagy, John P. Jacob (eds.), Hidden Story: Samizdat from Hungary & Elsewhere, New York: Franklin Furnace Archive, 1991, 82 pp. [7] [8] (English)
  • György Galántai, Júlia Klaniczay (eds.), Galántai, Életmunkák / Lifeworks 1968-1993, Budapest: Artpool, and Budapest: Enciklopédia, 1996, 318 pp. (English)/(Hungarian)
  • László Tölgyes, "Artpool Art Research Center, Budapest", 1996. Written for the V2_East meeting. (English)
  • André-Éric Létourneau, "Présentation Artpool à Articule Montréal", Inter Art Actuel 64, Winter 1996, p 49. (French)
  • Anna Bálint, "Garden of Communication. Artpool Art Research Center web site", Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technology 4:2, Summer 1998, pp 116-118. (English)
  • Bea Hock, "Láb-beli dolgok: Virtuális cipőbolt", 1999. (Hungarian)
  • László Beke, Edit Sasvári, "“Ungarn kann dir gehören”. Die Künstler des Underground", in Samizdat. Alternative Kultur in Zentral- und Osteuropa. Die 60er bis 80er Jahre, ed. Wolfgang Eichwede, Bremen, 2000, pp 168-171. (German)
  • Tamás Szőnyei, "A szabadság rekonstrukciója. Ellenzék a 80-as évekből" [Reconstructing Freedom. Opposition from the 80s], Magyar Narancs [Hungarian Orange], 25 Oct 2001, pp 26-27. (Hungarian)
  • Zsuzsanna Sándor, "Rekonstruált országimázs. Galántai György betiltókról és betiltottakról" [Reconstructed country brand image. György Galántai about censors and censored], 168 óra [168 Hours], 29 Nov 2001, pp 39-41. (Hungarian)
  • Bea Hock, "Számok az Artpool jövőjéből. A jövő emlékei: a 10 éves Artpool dokumentum-kiállítása" [Numbers from Artpool’s Future. Memories of the Future: the Documentary Exhibition of the 10-year-old Artpool], Új Művészet [New Art], Aug 2002, pp 25-26. (Hungarian)
  • György Galántai, "Artpool from the Beginnings: A Personal Account", in Interarchive. Archivarische Praktiken und Handlungsräume im zeitgenössischen Kunstfeld / Archival Practices and Sites in the Contemporary Art Field, eds. Beatrice von Bismarck, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hans Ulrich Obrist, et al., Cologne: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, 2002, pp 393-395. (English)
  • Júlia Klaniczay, "Afterword to the Publications by Artpool", in Outside of a Dog, Paperbacks and Other Books by Artists, eds. Clive Phillpot and Sune Nordgren, Gateshead (Newcastle): Baltic The Centre for Contemporary Art, 2003, p 9. (English)
  • Júlia Klaniczay, Edit Sasvári (eds.), Törvénytelen avantgárd. Galántai György balatonboglári kápolnaműterme 1970-1973 [Illegal Avant-garde: The Chapel Studio of György Galántai in Balatonboglár 1970-1973], Budapest: Artpool, and Budapest: Balassi, 2003, 460 pp. (Hungarian)
  • István Hajdu, "Illegal Avant-garde: The Balatonboglár Chapel Studio of György Galántai 1970-1973", Praesens 3, Nov 2003, pp 114-118. (English)
  • Judit Bodor, "Artpool Art Research Centre", B+B at Home 8: "Occasions", London: Austrian Cultural Forum, 2004, p 4. (English)
  • Pauline van Mourik Broekman, "Relational History", Mute 27, Winter/Spring 2004, pp 24-25. (English)
  • Dan Tranberg, "Budapest Rising", Angle. A Journal of Arts + Culture 1:11, 2004, pp 12-17. (English)
  • Zdenka Badovinac, Tamara Soban (eds.), Interrupted Histories. Arteast Exhibition, Ljubljana: Moderna galerija, 2006.
  • Bojana Piskur (ed.), Arhivi Samizdatov / Samizdat Archives, Ljubljana: Moderna galerija, 2006. (Slovenian)/(English)
  • János Sugár, "Schrödinger’s Cat in the Art World", in East Art Map: Contemporary Art and Eastern Europe, ed. IRWIN, London: Afterall Books, 2006, pp 208-221. (English)
  • What, How & for Whom / WHW, "Artists's Books in (what was formerly known as) Eastern Europe", New York: Printed Matter, 2006. (English)
  • "György Galántai responds to questions. Fluxus + Conceptual = Contextual", in Fluxus East: Fluxus-Netzwerke in Mittelosteuropa / Fluxus East: Fluxus Networks in Central Eastern Europe, ed. Petra Stegmann, Berlin: Künstlerhaus Bethanien, 2007, pp 141-156. (German)/(English)
  • Parastamp. Four Decades of Artistamps, from Fluxus to the Internet, Budapest: Museum of Fine Arts, 2007, 108 pp. Exhibition catalogue with essays by Peter Frank, Kata Bodor, interview with György Galántai. (English)
  • Éva Forgács, "Does Democracy Grow Under Pressure? Strategies of the Hungarian Neo-avantgarde throughout the late 1960s and the 1970s", Centropa 8(1): "Nationalism and Democracy", Jan 2008, pp 36-48. (English)
  • Isabelle Schwarz, "Artpool Archive", ch II/7 in Schwarz, Archive für Kunstlerpublikationen der 1960er bis 1980er Jahre, Cologne: Salon, 2008, pp 299-339. [9] [10] (German)
  • Kornelia Röder, Topologie und Funktionsweise des Netzwerks der Mail Art. Seine spezifische Bedeutung für Osteuropa von 1960 bis 1989, Cologne: Salon, 2008, pp 159-163. (German)
  • Mónika Dózsai, "“Fußspuren in der Luft”. Kunst im öffentlichen Raum in den 1980er Jahren in Budapest", in Kunst am Ende des Realsozialismus, eds. Doris Boden and Uta Schorlemmer, Munich: Otto Sagner, 2008, pp 283-299. (German)
  • József Havasréti, Széteső dichotómiák. Színterek és diskurzusok a magyar neoavantgárdban [Dichotomies Falling Apart: Scenes and Discourses in the Hungarian Neo-avantgarde], Budapest: Gondolat & Artpool, and Pécs: PTE, 2009, pp 42-95. (Hungarian)
  • Piotr Piotrowski, In the Shadow of Yalta. Art and the Avant-garde in Eastern Europe, 1945-1989, London: Reaktion Books, 2009, pp 246-285. (English)
  • Sven Spieker, Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez, "Creating Context: Zdenka Badovinac on Eastern Europe’s Missing Histories (Interview)", ARTMargins, 31 Aug 2009. (English)
  • Zdenka Badovinac, "Contemporaneity as Points of Connection", e-flux 11, Dec 2009. (English)
  • Rita Kálmán, Katarina Šević (eds.), We are not Ducks on a Pond but Ships at Sea. Independent Art Initiatives, Budapest 1989-2009 / Nem kacsák vagyunk egy tavon, hanem hajók a tengeren: független muvészeti helyek Budapesten, 1989-2009, Budapest: Impex, 2010, pp 11, 114. [11] (English)/(Hungarian)
  • WHW,, Muzeum Sztuki w Łodzi, (eds.), Art Always Has Its Consequences, Zagreb: What, How & for Whom/WHW, 2010, pp 38-39, 48-50, 54-59. (English)
  • Gabriele Detterer, Maurizio Nannucci (eds.), Artists-Run Spaces: Nonprofit Collective Organizations in the 1960s and 1970s, JRP / Ringier, and Firenze: Zona Archives, 2012, pp 17, 30-31, 44, 84-109. [15] (English)
  • Flóra Barkóczi, "Képzőművészet és kollektivitás a korai magyar interneten. Az Artpool, a C3 és az Éjjeli Őrjárat 1990-es évekbeli weblapja és tevékenysége" [Art and Collectivity on the Early Hungarian Internet], in A magyar internet történetei, ed. Tamás Tófalvy, Budapest: Typotex, 2021, pp 161-173. [16] [17] (Hungarian)