Index: Géza Perneczky
Géza Perneczky was born in Keszthely, Hungary in 1936. He studied music and art history in Budapest. From 1962 on he was an editor at the Hungarian Art Publishing House, art critic at different newspapers, collaborator of more cultural periodicals and host of art programmes at the Hungarian Television. He published books on modern art and contemporary art theory.
Since 1970 he lives and works in Cologne, Germany. Besides the unbroken publications on modern art he is also doing artistic activities in painting, concept art, photography, visual poetry and artists books. His works had been shown in exhibitions in Europe and America.
Perneczky participated in the International Mail Art Network movement and wrote the well known monography: The Magazine Network, Cologne, 1993.
In 2009 he donated his Mail Art Collection to the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart.
Perneczky, Géza: „Mail Art Project MARX-TEST 1983“ (pdf Datei)
Perneczky, Géza: „Artist Books in European View“ (pdf Datei)
Perneczky, Géza: „Network Atlas A-Z /Work and Publications by the People of the First Network“ (umfassendes Quellenmaterial und Kompass über die erste Generation des Netzwerks) (pdf Datei)
Perneczky, Géza: „How to use this catalogue?“ (Introduction to the catalouge of the Network/Mail Art NY.)
Perneczky, Géza: The Magazine Network, Assembling Magazines 1969-2000, 1993
Perneczky, Géza: „Es lebe die Kulturpfuschi! Die Mail Art Bewegung in Ungarn.“, in: Mail Art – Osteuropa im internationalen Netzwerk, Schwerin 1996, S. 35–55 (de, en).
Perneczky, Géza: „Mail Art – Opposition or Place of Refuge?“, in: Mail Art Congress-Dokumentation, Schwerin 1997.