Little Warsaw

  • The two Hungarian artists András Gálik (b. 1970) and Bálint Havas (b. 1971) currently based in Budapest took the name Little Warsaw in 1999 when they began developing projects together.  In their films, performances and installations, the artists examine history, multiple interpretations, collective consciousness and the reminiscent of visual language. They have a particular interest for the historical context, the perception of artworks as a dynamic process of changes in the social and political reality. A repeated strategy in deconstructing the perception of history is the displacement of monuments or objects in different contexts to undermine objective historical truths. 

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The two Hungarian artists András Gálik (b. 1970) and Bálint Havas (b. 1971) currently based in Budapest took the name Little Warsaw in 1999 when they began developing projects together.  In their films, performances and installations, the artists examine history, multiple interpretations, collective consciousness and the reminiscent of visual language. They have a particular interest for the historical context, the perception of artworks as a dynamic process of changes in the social and political reality. A repeated strategy in deconstructing the perception of history is the displacement of monuments or objects in different contexts to undermine objective historical truths.