based in Budapest, Hungary

Selected Exhibitions


An Image is an Image is an Image. Arendt & Medernach, Luxembourg

“Holes in the Wall” Anachronic Approaches to the Here and Now. WUK Werkstätten- und Kulturhaus, Wien

I am the Mouth. Works from Central and Eastern European artists from Art Collection Telekom, Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb


Economize! On the Relationship of Art and Economy, Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest

Rebels. Off Biennial Budapest, Budapest, Hungary (solo)

Half-Truth. Works by Central and Eastern European contemporary artists from the Art Collection Telekom, Museum of Sculpture – Królikarnia Palace, Warsaw, Poland

Abstract Hungary. Künstlerhaus – Halle für Kunst und Medien, Graz, Austria

Printing Conversation. Kisterem, Budapest, Hungary (solo)

Nouvel Accrochage de la Collection. Carré d’Art – Musée d’Art Contemporain, Nîmes

La beauté et le bâti. Ferme de La-Chapelle, Genéve


Intermarium. BWA Sokol Gallery of Contemorary Art, Nowy Sącz, Poland

Labor Realtions. Wroclaw Contemporary Museum, Wroclaw, Poland

Fightlessness. Meetfactory, Prague, Czech Republic (solo)

Intermarium. Futura, Prague, Czech Republic


Endospores. Bunkier Sztuki, Cracow, Poland

Private Nationalism. Kiscelli Museum-Municipal Picture Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

The Problem of God. K21, Dusseldorf, Germany

Subtle Patterns of Capital. Galerie Georg Kargl, Vienna, Austria

PostContemporary. Chimera-Project, Budapest, Hungary

The Pure Tongue. Arsenal Gallery, Bialystok

Figures of Speech. The Architectural Sculpture of Warsaw 1918–1970. Królikarnia, Warsaw

Affirmative. OFF-Biennale, Budapest, Hungary (solo)

Bookmarks. OFF-Biennale, Budapest, Hungary


Sculpture Machine. Kisterem, Budapest, Hungary (solo)

Pensive Picture, Good Bye. Higgs Field Contemporary Art Space, Budapest, Hungary

Nofretete – tête-à-tête: Wie Kunst gemacht wird. Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst, Munich

Naming you. Wiener Secession, Vienna, Austria (solo)

On Generation and Corruption. Contemporary Art Gallery in Katowice, Katowice

12th Bienal de Cuenca. Cuenca, Ecuador

Private Nationalism. Hall of Art Kosice, Kosice

Tea with Nefertiti. BOZAR, Brussels


Tea with Nefertiti. Institut Valencià d’Art Modern, Valencia, Spain

Handy Ones. Arsenal Gallery, Poznań, Poland

Little Warsaw. BWA Warszawa Gallery, Warsaw, Poland (solo)

Tea with Nefertiti. Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris


Tea with Nefertiti. Mathaf, Arab Museum of Modern Art, Doha, Quatar

One Sixth of the Earth. ZKM – Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germanye

Kampf um die innere Wahrheit. Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, Germany (solo)

The Hero, the Heroine and the Author. Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary

Haunting Monumentality. Gallery Plan B, Berlin, Germany

Galicia, mon amour – Folly, Fantasy and Phantasm. BWA Sokol Gallery of Contemorary Art, Nowy Sącz, Poland


Little Warsaw. Kisterem, Budapest, Hungary (solo)

Joy and Disaster. Bunkier Sztuki, Cracow, Poland

The Battle of Inner Truth. Trafó Gallery, Budapest, Hungary (solo)

52nd October Salon. Belgrade, Serbia

Site Inspection. Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary

Parallel Chronologies – Invisible History of Exhibitions. LCCA, Riga, Latvia

A Ship of Fools. Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway (screening)

Joy and Disaster. S.M.A.K., Gent, Belgium

Kind of Change – New Acquisitions 2009-2011. Ludwig Museum — Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary

A Ship of Fools. IASPIS, Stockholm, Sweden (screening)


Stories about Past Future. Kisterem Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

Later On. AKZM – Ausstellungshalle zeitgenössische Kunst Münster, Germany (solo)

Invisible Publics. Townhouse Gallery, Cairo, Egypt

Unmistakable Sentences. The collection revisited, Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary


Spiel der Wandlungen. Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, Germany (solo)

Amerigo Tot. Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary

AVIVA prize. Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary

There Goes the Neighbourhood. Performance Space, Sydney, Australia

Monument to Transformation. City Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic

Blind Spot. Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Vienna, Austria


6 Exhibitions. BWA Contemporary Art Gallery, Katowice, Poland

MANIFESTA 7. Ex-Petrlini, Rovereto, Italy

What’s Up? Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary

Wessen Geschichte. Hamburger Kunstverein, Hamburg, Germany


Monument of Transformation – Fragment 5. Tranzitdisplay, Prague, Czech Republic

Sculpture talks: Power and Freedom. Art Hall, Tallin, Estonia

3rd Prague Biennale. Karlin Hall, Prague, Czech Republic

Made in, made by. Lada Project Space, Berlin, Germany

Société Anonyme. FRAC Île-de-France Le Plateau, Paris, France

Arrivals. Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, UK (screening)

Tranzit – Auditorium, Stage, Backstage. Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany


Patriotism Tomorrow. Wyspa Gallery, Gdansk, Poland

How to Do Things (In the Middle of (No)where). Kunstraum Bethanien, Berlin, Germany

How to Do Things (In the Middle of (No)where). Nikolaj, Copenhagen, Denmark

Re_dis_trans – Voltage of Relocation and Displacement. Apexart, New York, USA

Only Artists. Trafo Gallery, Budapest, Hungary (solo)

Eine Person allein in einem Raum mit Coca—Cola farbenen Wänden. Grazer Kunstverein, Graz, Austria

The Peninsula, Artist film – video anthology. Singapore History Museum, Singapore (screening)


“Who if not we.”/ Time and Again. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Interrupted Game. Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, Germany

Travelling without Moving. W139, Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Nefertiti Project. Het Domein, Sittard, Netherlands (solo)


Dreams and Conflicts. 50th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy (solo)

1st Prague Biennale. National Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic

Moszkva Square—Gravitation. Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary


September Horse. Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany

Utas és holdvilág. Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary


2nd Berlin Biennale. Berlin, Germany


Crosstalk. Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle, Budapest



Yellow House (workshop)

Affirmative. OFF-Biennale, Budapest, Hungary (installation project)


The World as Objectness (performance project)

Naming You (installation project)

text war pic (workshop)


The Battle of Inner Truth (installation project)


A Ship of Fools (film)


Shocking Scene (performance project)

Spiel der Wandlungen (working title-in production/Ausstellung von Jochen Gerz neben seiner fotografischen Reproduktion (performance project)


Game of Changes (video series)


Ship of Fools (film)

Little Warsaw is Dead (installation project)


Crew Expendable (research project)

My domain – Your Space (publication project)


’89 Rebels (research project)

The Land of Eternal Discussion (installation project)

Gravestone Records (research project)

Only Artist (research project)


Tableau Vivant (performance project)


Censorship Blvd (installation project)

INSTAURATIO! — Monument Contra Cathedral (installation project)

Deserted Memorial (installation project)

Little Warsaw is Dead (installation project)


Good Soil (installation project)

The Body of Nefertiti (installation project)

MONITOR (talk show project)

Arsenale vs Giardini (publication project)

Portrait Gallery (installation project)


Flag (installation project)

The Monument of the Last Biennale (installation project)


Side (installation project)

Qualities (installation project)

Little Warsaw Presents (publication project)

Artwork of the Week (talk show project)


Marble Street (installation project)


Element (installation project)


Little Warsaw (installation project)



Krinzinger Art Projekt, Hungary


IASPIS Grant, Stockholm, Sweden


Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, Germany


Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany


BENCSIK, BARNABÁS (ed.): The Body of Nefertiti/Tiefebene hochkant, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Budapest, ISBN 963-86766-8-X

FABIAN, AARON (ed.): Little Warsaw Book. Selected Works from Archive 1991-2014. Innen, Geneva, 2015

GÁCS, ANNA, PÁLDI, LÍVIA: Little Warsaw 1996-2002. Műcsarnok, Budapest, 2003/ISBN 96-39-11585-1

LITTLE WARSAW: Naming You. Secession, Vienna – Revolver Publishing, Berlin, 2014/ISBN 978-3-902592-81-1

PETRÁNYI, ZSOLT: The Body of Nefertiti. Műcsarnok, Budapest, Műcsarnok, Budapest, 2003


ALBERRO, ALEXANDER & STIMSON, BLAKE (ed.): Institutional Critique. An Anthology of Artists’ Writings.MIT Press, Cambridge, ISBN 10:0-262-01316-9

ALBERRO, ALEXANDER & BUCHMANN, SABBETH (ed.): Art after Conceptual Art, MIT Press, Generali Foundation, Vienna, ISBN 10:0-262-51195-9

ANDRÁS, EDIT (ed.): Transitland. Video art from central and eastern europe 1989-2009. Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, 2009/ISBN 978-963-953721-7

ANDRÁS, EDIT: Kulturális átöltözés. Művészet a szocializmus romjain. Argumentum, Budapest, 2008/ISBN 978-963-446-506-5

BEGG, ZANI & DE SOUZA, KEG (ed.): Redfern and politics of urban space. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 2009/ISBN 9780980547

BENCSIK, BARNABÁS, SZIPŐCS, KRISZTINA (ed.): A Gyüjtemény, Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, ISBN 978-9639537-26-2

BENCSIK, BARNABÁS: Getting Entangled in Old Stories from the Past. in. Anxiety of Influence, Bern, 2004/ISBN 3-907591-40-2

BIAŁKOWSKI, ŁUKASZ & KUDELSKA, MARTA (ed.): Galicia Mon Amour. Folly, Fantasy and Phantasm. BWA Sokół, Nowy Sącz, 2012/ISBN 978-83-63341-28-2

BIENERT, DOROTHEE & WEITZEL, ANTJE (ed.): Little Warsaw – Gravestone Records. in. How to do Things, Revolver, Frankfurt/Main, 2006/ISBN 3-86588-319-2

CICHOCKI, SEBASTIAN (ed.): W (is for Warsaw). Fundacja Bêc Zmiana, Warsaw, 2008

COELEWIJ, LEONTINE: Time and Again. in. Who If Not We…?. Artimo, Amsterdam, 2004/ISBN 90-8546-011-5

CRIVELLI, JACOPO (ed.): Ir para volver = Leaving to return: 12 Bienal de Cuenca. Fundación Municipal Bienal de Cuenca, Cuenca, 2014/ISBN 978-9942-07-619-9

BUDAK, ADAM (ed.): MANIFESTA 7 INDEX. Silvana Editoriale, Milano, ISBN 9788836611287

DE ROOIJ, MARIE JEANNE (ed.): Den Haag Sculptuur 2004. Stichting Den Haag Sculptuur, The Hague, 2004/ISBN 90-9018245-4

DEMEESTER, ANN (ed.): W-139 Amsterdam, Report of an Ongoing Journey. ROMA publications, Amsterdam, 2006/ISBN 13 978 9077459 11 9

DZIEWIOR, YILMAZ (ed.): Wessen Geschichte. Vergangenheit in der Kunst der Gegenwart : Jahresring 56 – Jahrbuch für moderne Kunst. Walther König, Cologne, 2009/ISBN 978-3-86560-710-2

FLACKE, MONIKA (ed.): Verführung Freiheit, Kunst in Europa seit 1945. Deutsche Historische Museum, Sandstein Verlag, Dresden, ISBN 978-3-86102-174-2

FLETCHER, ANNIE (ed.): Berlin Biennale 2., Berlin, 2001/ISBN 389611097-7

GRAMMEL, SØREN (ed.) & VERWOERT, JAN: Eine Person allein in einem Raum mit Coca-Cola-farbenen Wänden, Revolver, Frankfurt/Main, 2006/ISBN 10 3-86588-337-0

GALIT, EILAT & GREGORIČ, ALENKA (ed.): 52nd October Salon. The Cultural Centre of Belgrade, 2011/ISBN 978-86-7996-079-5

HEGYI, DÓRA, LÁSZLÓ, ZSUZSA (ed.): Periferic 8 – Art as gift., Asociatia Vector, Iasi, 2008/ ISBN 978-973-0-05915-1

HEGYI, DÓRA: Moszkva Tér – Gravitation. Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, 2003/ISBN 963-86427-5-0

JONES, AMELIA & HEATHFIELD, ADRIAN: Perform Repeat Record. Intellect, Bristol, UK / Chicago, USA, 2012/ISBN 978-1-84150-489-6

KÉSZMAN, JÓZSEF: Magyarországi kortárs művészet az ezredfordulón. BumBum, Budapest, 2005/ISBN 9638683236

KOTUN, VIKTOR & LÁSZLÓ, RUSZTY (ed.): Street making in Hungary. METEX – Plagium2000, Budapest, 2010/ISBN 978-963-06-8658-7

KREMER, BORIS (ed.): September Horse. Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, 2003/ISBN 3-932754-37-9

L. MOLNÁR, MÁRIA: Print, Projekt, Plakát, Tapéta. Praesens, Budapest, 2004/ISBN 963-216-424-5

LISOK, MARTA & TRZUPEK, JAN (ed.): On Generation and Corruption. BWA Contemporary Art Gallery, Katowice 2014/ISBN 973-83-88254-76-5

MAIER-RIEPER, HEIKE (ed.): EVN Collection 1995-2015. EVN AG/EVN Sammlung, Maria Enzersdorf. 2015/ISBN 978-3-903-004-52-8

MALZ, ISABELLE (ed.): The Problem of God. Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld, 2015/ISBN 978-3-941773-32-5

MÉLYI, JÓZSEF – KÜRTI, EMESE (ed.): Amerigo Tot – Párhuzamos konstrukciók / Parallel Constructions. Ludwig Múzeum – Budapest, 2009/978-963-9537-22-4

NÉRAY, KATALIN: Ludwig Múzeum Budapest. in. European Space. MIMIC, Riga, 2004

PERENYEI, MÓNIKA: A médiumok velünk vannak. ICA-D, Dunaújváros, ISBN 978-963-87772-3-2

PETRÁNYI, ZSOLT: Little Warsaw. in. Cruising Danubio. Consejería de las Artes, Madrid, 2003/ISBN 84-451-2547-8

PETRÁNYI, ZSOLT, ANGEL, JUDIT (ed.): What’s up? Műcsarnok, Budapest, 2008/ISBN 978-963-9506-29-9

PETRÁNYI, ZSOLT: Little Warsaw. in. Dreams and Conflicts. La Biennale di Venezia, Faccin, Severino, 2003/ISBN 88-317-8236-3

PIOTROWSKI, PIOTR: Art and Democracy in Post-Communist Europe. Reaktion Books, London, 2012/ISBN 978-1-86189-895-1

POPOVICS, VIKTÓRIA: Kis Varsó. Kortárs képzőművészek Top 10, EDGE Communications, ISSN 2061-1293

RAUCH, CHRISTOPH & WUCHER, MONIKA (ed.): Making Spaces. Projektgruppe, Journal for Northeast Issues (special ed.), Hamburg, 2005

REYDÓ, MARTIN, VILLANUEVA, SANTIAGO & DIAMANTE, VILLA (ed.): Bellos Jueves. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires

SEVIC, KATERINA & KÁLMÁN, RITA (ed.): We are not ducks on a pond but ships at sea. Independent art initiatives. Impex. Budapest, 2010/ISBN 978-963-06-5169-1

SZEWCZYK, MONIKA (ed.): Four Roses. Galeria Arsenał, Białystok 2004/ISBN 83-89778-94-8

STEINER, BARBARA (ed.): Cultural Territories. Verlag Walther König, Cologne, 2004/ISBN 3-88375-925-2

SOMOGYI, HAJNALKA (ed.): in action! reader. Trafó, Budapest, february-june 2006

SULLIVAN, GRAEME: Art Practice as Research: Inquiry in Visual Arts. SAGE Publications Inc, Los Angeles, ISBN 9781412974516

SZÉKELY, KATALIN (ed.): Bookmarks. Hungarian Neo-Avantgarde and Post-Conceptual Art from the Late 1960s to the Present. Distanz, Berlin, ISBN: 978-3-95476-106-7

SZÉKELY, KATALIN & TURAI, HEDVIG (ed.): Helyszíni szemle – Fejezetek a múzeum életéből, Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Budapest 2012/ ISBN 978-963-9537-35-4

SZÉPLAKY, GERDA (ed.): A zsarnokság szépsége. Tanulmányok a totalitarizmus művészetérol. Kalligram, Bratislava, 2008/ISBN 9788081010088

SZOBOSZLAI, JÁNOS: Egy Generácó önarcképe. in. A második nyilvánosság. Enciklopédia, Budapest, 2002/ISBN 963-8477-62-8

TATAI, ERZSÉBET: Neokonceptuális művészet Magyarországon a kilencvenes években. Praesens, Budapest, 2006/ISBN 963-219-962-6

URICE, STEPHEN: The Beautiful One Has Come – To Stay. in. Imperialism, Art and Restitution. Stanford University, California 2006/ISBN 13 9780521859295

VÉRI, DÁNIEL: “Leading The Death”– The World of János Major. Hungarian University of Fine Arts, 2013/ISBN 978-963-7165-49-8

WEHNER, TIBOR: Modern Magyar szobrászat. Corvina Kiadó, Budapest 2010/ISBN 978-963-13587-4-2

WILDUNG, DIETRICH: Die vielen Gesichter der Nofretete. Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern, 2013/ISBN 978-3-7757-3484-4


ANDRÁS, EDIT: Férfias nemzet, férfias háború, férfias művészet. Maszkulinitás és nacionalizmus. Ars Hungarica 3/2013

ANDRÁS, EDIT: Dog Eat Dog: Who is in Charge of Controlling Art in The Post-Socialist Condition? Third Text, Volume 23, 1/2009

ANDRÁS, EDIT & TURAI, HEDVIG: Manifestations Of The Post-Political. IDEA arta+societate, #30-31/2008

ANDRÁS, EDIT: An agent still at work The trauma of collective memory of the socialist past. Springerin, 3/2008

ANDRÁS, EDIT: What Came First, the Chicken or the Egg? Springerin, 2/2006

ANDRÁS, EDIT: The Projects of The Hungarian Artist Duo Little Warsaw. Springerin, 2/2005

ANGEL, JUDIT: Little Warsaw. Flash Art, 5/2001

BABARCZY, ESZTER: Birth after the Death. Új Művészet, 5/2003

BERECZ, ÁGNES: The Hungarian Patient: Comments on the ‘Contemporary Hungarian Art of the 90s’. ArtMargins, 10-06-2003

BOROS, LILI: Kis Varsó szoborparkja. Flash Art Hugary, 1/2012

CHINOWSKA, AGATA: Bitwa zaangażowana społecznie. Obieg, 28-05-2013

CSEH, KATALIN: Chained Bodies and Monuments of Hierarchy of Hungarian Performance Art. Art and Design Review, 2014/2

CSEH-VARGA, KATALIN: Re-conceptualizing Archives and Forgetting in Post-socialist Context. Stedelijk Studies Issue #3

COELEWIJ, LEONTINE: Time and Again. Stedelijk Bulletin, 05/2004

DUNN, MELISSA: The Venice Biennale: Slouching Toward Utopia. Flash Art International, 10/2003

ERDŐSI, ANIKÓ: Removed Monuments / Shifted Narratives. Sculpture Magazine, #10, 06-12-2006

ERDŐSI, ANIKÓ: Álmok és konfliktusok. Balkon, 8/2003

ERŐSS, NIKOLETT: Open for Renovation. Exindex, 31-01-2005

FEHÉR, DÁVID: A változások játéka. Műértő, 05/2013

FOWKES, MAJA & REUBEN: Reclaiming Lukács: Interventions in the Archive of a Marxist Philosopher. IDEA arta+societate, #35/2010

FOWKES, MAJA & REUBEN: Displaced Monuments and Deconstructive Strategies. Umelec International, 3/2005

FOWKES, MAJA & REUBEN: Budapest Box: The Hidden Scene in the 1990s. Umelec, 3/2002

FOWKES, MAJA: Off the Record: Performative Practices in Hungarian Neo-Avant-Garde and their Resonances in Contemporary Art, Centropa vol. 14, no.1

GIBBS, MICHAEL: Time and Again. Art Monthly, 2/2005

HEGYI, DÓRA: The Artwork of the Week. The Nordic Art Review, 5/2001

HOCHMEYER, BORIS: Retourkutsche aus Cairo. Art, 8/2003

HOFER, KATHI: ”Eine Person allein in einem Raum mit Coca-Cola-farbenen Wänden”. Springerin, 2/2006

HORNYIK, SÁNDOR: Emlékezetpolitika és képi nominalizmus. A Kis Varsó Naming You. Új Művészet, 6/2014

IVÁNYI BRIGITTA: “Itt továbbra is vannak drótkerítések, de mindenki úgy tesz mintha nem lennének”. Artmagazin, 2/2007

KÉSZMAN, JÓZSEF: I’m a Warsawer! Praesens, 2/2002

LÁSZLÓ, ZSUZSANNA: A hely szelleme-lelke, maradéka. Balkon, 11-12-2008

LEUNG, GODFRE: After the neo-avant-garde? New-genre conceptual art and the institution of critique. Art Journal, winter/2007

LUCZAK, DOROTA: Czym jest obiekt bez kontekstu. Little Warsaw. Arteon Magazine, 6/2006

MARTINEZ, CHÚS & TORDAI -S., ATILLA: Little Warsaw Insert in IDEA arta+societate, #25 – 2007

MESTYÁN, ÁDÁM: Nefertiti Paradigma. Holmi. 08/2006

MÉLYI, JÓZSEF: “És akkor ezt így most hogy?”. Új Művészet, 7/2008

MULADI, BRIGITTA: A Kis Varsó halott, a legenda él. Két darab. Új Művészet 5/2009

NAGY, GERGELY: Fejek és helyek – Kis Varsó. (interview) Műértő, 11/2001

NAGY, GERGELY: Kis Varsó a nagy Velencében. Műértő, 12/2002

PÁLDI, LÍVIA: Budapest Artists. Spike Magazine, 9/2006.

PÁLDI, LÍVIA: Kis Varsó. Ex-symposion, 2000.

PETRÁNYI, ZSOLT: A Kis Varsó a Velencei Biennálé Magyar Pavilonjában. Praesens, 2/2003

POPOVICS, VIKTÓRIA: Kollektív apagyilkosság – Néhány gondolat a Tágyi Világ című projekt kapcsán. Balkon, 3/2015

RABBAT, NASSER: Egyptomania. Artforum, 3/2013

SERRANOVA, MARIANA: Monument to Transformation. IDEA arta+societate, #24/2008

SPENGLER, KATALIN: Nefertiti teste. Műértő, 4/2003

SPENGLER, KATALIN: Meggyalázott szobor? Műértő, 2/2005

SZÉKELY, KATALIN: Egy este a Lukács Archívumban. Lukács György és a kortárs művészet. I-II., Művészettörténeti Értesítő, 2011, 2012, ISSN-0027-5247

SZŐKE, KATALIN: Egy limitált idejű szobor. Balkon, 6-7/2003

TARDOS KÁROLY: Tea Kis Varsóval. Balkon, 2/2008

TATAI, ERZSÉBET : Nincs kávé, nincs forradalom – a Kis Varsó a Fővárosi Képtárban. Műértő, 3/2009

TOPOR, TÜNDE-SZALAI, BORBÁLA: Felütés-leütés. Artmagazin, 7/2013

TORDAI-S., ATILLA: Interviu, Ex Privato, #2/17-09-2009

TORDAI-S., ATILLA: Shifting Parameters – Remarks on the Institutionality. IDEA arta+societate, #20/2005

ÜVEGES, KRISZTINA: Körkép kilátással. Balkon,11-12-2008

VETROCQ, MARCIA E.: Venice Biennale. Art in America, 10/2003

WAHJUDI, CLAUDIA: Biennalen die periodischen Ausstellungen. Kunstforum, 5/2001

WILSON, MICK: Terms of Art and Tricks of Trade. Third Text, Volume 19., 5/2005

Little Warsaw is represented by Erna Hecey Office, Luxembourg, BWA Gallery, Warszawa and Kisterem Gallery, Budapest