Although artists in Hungary the 60s and 70s, when communism ruled, sometimes managed to learn what was happening in the art world around the globe, they weren't able to make a living from their art if they didn't "toe the party line". And most didn't receive the recognition they deserved, even after the Iron Curtain parted.
A book has been written about the artists whose work is now being recognized and this article gives the highlights.
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Once Toiling Behind the Iron Curtain, Hungary's Radical Women Artists are Finally Getting the Recognition They Deserve
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