buenos aires: centro de arte y comunicación (cayc), 1974. First edition. 4to brown kraft folder printed in black containing forty-seven 22 x 28 cm (8.7 x 11") unbound sheets printed in black on rectos on yellow paper, all with the same two top-right and bottom-left opposing corners diagonally cut at an angle. Text in Spanish, English, and Hungarian.
Catalogue in the form of an unbound artists’ book issued on the occasion of this 1974 exhibition at CAyC in Buenos Aires featuring over twenty Hungarian artists showcasing a wide range of conceptual art, installations, objects, plans, and performances. Organized by the inimitable Jorge Glusberg, with contributions by László Beke, Gábor Attalai, András Baranyay, Imre Bak, Tibor Csiky, Miklós Erdély, Gyula Gulyás, Tamás Hencze, György Jovanovics, Major János, A’dám Keri, Gabor Keszthelzi, Gyula Konkoly, László Lakner, Péter Légendy, Dóra Maurer, Géza Perneczky, Sándor Pinczehelyi, Tamás Stojóby, Endre Tót, Péter Türk, and János Urban. Exhibition organized and coordinated with the intention of connecting the Argentine people with artists and artwork from this Eastern European country, which at a time was under influence of the Soviet Union. Transatlantic flights are long, but always rewarding.
Small faint tidemark along front left margin, including trace amounts of rubbing and bumps to corners of folder, and handling creases to a few of the sheets. Else near fine. Item #972