Founded as an art section of the Youth Forum (Tribina mladih) in Subotica (Yugoslavia), the Bosch+Bosch group was active from 1969 through 1976. The group's work ranged from New Art, neo-avantgarde, conceptual art, body art and land art to performance.
The founding members were Slavko Matković, Edit Basch, István Krekovics, Zoltán Magyar, László Szalma, Bálint Szombathy and Slobodan Tomanović. László Kerekes joined in 1971, followed by Katalin Ladik and Attila Csernik in 1973 and Ante Vukov in 1975.
- Bálint Szombathy, "Značajniji momenti u radu grupe Bosch+Bosch", in Nova umjetnička praksa, 1966-1978, ed. Marijan Susovski, Zagreb: Galerija suvremene umjetnosti, 1978, pp 48-50. (Serbo-Croatian)
- Emese Kürti (ed.), Transregional Discourses: The Bosch+Bosch Group in the Yugoslav and the Hungarian Neo-Avant-garde, Budapest: acb ResearchLab, 2016, 95 pp.   (English)
- "Balint Sombati: Bili smo grupa heterogenih poetika (I)", Subotičke, Dec 2020. Interview with Bálint Szombathy. (Serbian)
- Bosch+Bosch Group and the Vojvodina Neo-Avant-Garde Movement, Retrospective at Ludwig Museum, Budapest, 2019. Curated by Dorotea Fotivec and Bálint Szombathy.