A volume about the INDIGO group (INterDIszciplináris GOndolkozás, translated as "interdisciplinary thinking"), who were active in the 1970s and 1980s in Budapest, organized by young artists who were followers of the artist Miklós Erdély. Together, they constituted the core of underground artists and thinkers in Hungary during the final years of communism. Edited by Annamária Szöke. Supported by grants from private donors and Hungarian foundations. In English and Hungarian.
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