Hungarian Activism

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Hungarian Activism. Movement associated with Constructivism, Cubism, Expressionism, and Bauhaus ideas, influenced also by Futurism and Leftist ideologies. It published MA (Today) in Budapest (1916–19) and in Vienna (1920–5), which influenced architects such as Breuer. Among those loosely associated with the movement were El Lissitzky, Oud, Molnár, Tatlin, the Tauts, and other Modernists.

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Lampugnani (ed.) (1988)