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Though it is uncertain if Johnson ever received Galántai’s first message in 1979, the twenty collages of 1982 inspired a response. Sometime between receiving the first and the twentieth postcard collage from Hungary, Johnson answered Galántai’s persistence by mailing him a “send to” drawing, therefore including Galántai within his network.
10. (May 1981) Bán András: Művészet és Posta. Újpesti Mini Galéria, Új Tükör, August 23, 1981, pp. 3–4. ■ III/III secret police document: “Festő” dossier, April, May 12, August 5, August 27, September 8, October 9, 1981 A RT P OO L E V ENTS 1 9 7 9 – 1 9 9 1 55 1981 Gérald Minkoff: Chinese Chess + Instant Hexagram Kínai sakk + Instant Hexagramm (APS no. 9) Art + Post (APS no. 7) Photo: Attila Pácser 1981 The structure of the exhibition: documents of the Hungarian avant-garde from the 1970s on the floor (Xerox copies).
11, 114. Borsos Roland: Az emlékezet művészete. Galántai György és Klaniczay Júlia útja a Balatonboglári Kápolnától az Artpoolig, Múzeumcafé, 2011/4, August–September, pp. 91–93. (Art that remembers – György Galántai’s and Júlia Klaniczay’s journey from the chapel in Balatonboglár to Artpool, English summary, p. ) Farina, Eleonora: La memoria collettiva è in mano agli artisti / Collectiv Memory is in the Hands of Artistst, Arte e Critica (Roma), No. 68, 2011, pp. 60– Tumbas, Jasmina: International Hungary!