- Interrupted Dialogue – Revisions, Contemporary Hungarian Art, Catalogue, C3, 1992.
- After the Wall: Art and Culture in Post-Communist Europe,ed. by Bojana Pejic, David Elliott, Moderna Museet, 1999.
- ARTmargins. Contemporary Central & East European Visual Culture (1999-) www.artmargins.com
- Blut & Honig / Blood & Honey, Katalog / Catalogue, ed. by Harald Szeemann, Sammlung Essl, 2004.
- Praesens. Central European Contemporary Art Review (2004-)
- East Art Map. Contemporary Art and Eastern Europe, ed. By IRWIN, MIT, 2006. www.eastartmap.org
- What's Up? Contemporary Hungarian Art, ed. by Angel, Judit – Petrányi, Zsolt, Műcsarnok, 2008.
- Párhuzamos Kronológiák / Parallel Chronologies, Tranzit (2009-), http://exhibition-history.blog.hu
- We Are Not Ducks on a Pond But Ships at Sea. Independent Art Initiatives, Budapest, 1989-2009, ed. by Rita Kálmán, Katarina Šević, Impex, 2010.
- Studio / Archive / Discourses, FKSE Studio of Young Hungarian Artists, Budapest, 2009.
group exhibition called Sausage – at Doctoral School / HUFA - by the participans of the seminars Mapping the Local and Site specific interventions; curator: Fanny Rachel Harle - pictures from the exhibition opening
field trips to Dunaújváros – guided tour by Tamás Kaszás, followed by the opening of the show ‘Heavy Industry’at ICA-D (Institute for Contemporary Art Dunaújváros); to FKSE Studio of Young Hungarian Artists
guest lectures by the artist duo Little Warsaw (Gálik András and Havas Bálint), Eszter Lázár - A subjective guide to Hungarian art scene and János Szoboszlai - Cultural Politics in Eastern Europe in Comparison
Alba Navarro, Anna Lomas, Bene Zsófia, Erlich Gábor, Harle Fanny Rachel, Hermann Júlia, Jamie Kane, Jen Martin, Kangiszer Dóra, Karas Dávid, Kenéz Réka, Kis Veronika Edit, Kiss Judit, Kozma Eszter, Lukács Viola, Michael Roggon, Murányi Mózes, Olalla Castro, Pacsika Márton, Pascal Mayet, Rudas Klára, Ruszty László, Sara Bravo Correas, Sarah Harrison, Silvia Bia, Tilly Armstrong, Yara Semmler
Maria Inęs Afonso: Have a nice day, intervention in public space, 2012 // Vendégjárás! - flat exhibition map
Vendégjárás! / Guest walk - flat exhibition
Vendégjárás is an exhibition by a collective of international and Hungarian students. It was a special exhibition experience, where the viewers were guided to the venues - each Erasmus student flats - by the participating artists, where the works were exhibited which they made during their stay in Budapest.
More informations and the documentation is available here: www.sites.google.com/site/vendegjaras