Visual Poems
by Paul Nagy

7 pages from Protestament

Like a number of Hungarian poets and artists, Paul Nagy has spent much of his creative life in Paris, where he and Tibor Papp founded the L'Atelier group and the magazine of the same name, which maintains close ties and mutual exchanges with Magyar Müheley in the Hungarian homeland. L'Atelier and Müheley translate roughly as "Workshop," from whence this site takes its name.

Vitally interested in the history and development of communications technology, much of Nagy's work on paper includes extensive quotes and references to stages in the evolution of graphic presentation. Nagy also works with film and mixed-media art forms. The pages from one of his print sequences presented here give some sense of his range as a visual poet.

- Karl Young

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