Studio erté

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Studio erté was founded in October 1987 in Nové Zámky as an association dealing with the organization of art events, mostly from the area of performance art. Since 1998 it organizes festivals, exhibitions, symposia, internet conferences and concerts of contemporary music, and publishes multimedia CD-ROMs, catalogues and video cassettes. Its annual international festival of performance art Transart Communication, organized since 1988, became wordly renowned. Cca 350 artists from 35 countries took part in the events organized by Studio erté till today.

Head: Jozsef R. Juhász. Other members: Ilona Németh, Ottó Mészáros, Attila Simon.

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Books
Articles, interviews
  • Gábor Hushegyi, "Stúdio erté 1987-1997", in Transart Communication. 7th International Contemporary Art Festival - 8th International Contemporary Art Festival 1995-1996, ed. Jozsef R. Juhász, Nové Zámky: Studio erté, 1997. CD-ROM. (Slovak)/(English)
  • Michal Murin, "Transart Communication - Studio erté CD-ROM", in Almanach, Bratislava: SCCA, 1998, PDF. (Slovak)
  • Gábor Hushegyi, "Importance. Place et rôle du Studio erté (1987-1997) dans l´art de la (Tchéco)Slovaquie" [The Importance, Position and Role of Studio erté (1987-1997) in the Art of (Czécho)Slovakia], in Art Action 1958-1998, ed. Richard Martel, Québec: Intervention, 2001, pp 458-467. (French)
  • Sylvie Ferré, "Nové Zamky, cœur du monde !", c.2002. (French)
  • "Juhász R. József", in A rendszerváltás és a csehszlovákiai magyarok (1989–1992), eds. Árpád Popély and Attila Simon, Šamorín: Fórum Kisebbségkutató Intézet, 2009, pp 313-332. Interview. (Hungarian)

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