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Black Hole Underground Club. Nagy, Gyula Private Collection

Fekete Lyuk means black hole in Hungarian. It reminds most Hungarians of a legendary club, which emerged quite suddenly in a traditional working-class district. It had a cult following among young intellectuals, punks, and skinheads, but it also quickly became a symbol of nonconformity and rebellion. However, hardly anybody remembers Gyula Nagy, the man who as an agitprop educator founded the Fekete Lyuk club.

Местоположение

Езици

  • Унгарски

Име на колекцията

  • Black Hole. Gyula Nagy's Private Collection

Произход, история и културни дейности

Описание на съдържанието

Съдържание

  • музикални записи: 10-99
  • публикации: 10-99
  • снимки: 100-499

Оператор(и)

Собственик/ци

Географски обхват

  • национален

Основател

Дата на създаване

  • 1974

Място на създаване

Създатели на съдържание

Личност(и), събрали колекцията

Важни събития в историята на колекцията

Избрани примери

Достъп

  • all closed to the public

MISSING:hasAuthorsOfEntry

  • Ádám, István Pál

Списък библиография

Apor, Péter. “Századvégi utóirat az anarchizmusról és a rockzenéről” [Fin de Siècle Postscript About Anarchism and Rock Music] Valóság Vol. 37 No. 3 (1994): 30-40.

Domanovszky, Sándor. A Ganz Híd-, Daru- és Acélszerkezetgyártó Részvénytársaság története [The History of the Ganz Bridge- Crane- and Steel-construction Producer Corporation] Budapest: Ganz Acélszerkezet Kiadó, 1995.

Klaniczay, Gábor. Ellenkultúra a hetvenes-nyolcvanas években [Counterculture in the 70`s and 80`s] Budapest: Noran, 2003.

Legát, Tibor. “Lyuk a nyolcason: Szocio-tanulmány Nagy Gyula felvételeivel” [Hole on the Eight: Socio-study with the Photos of Gyula Nagy] Mozgó Világ Vol. 16 No. 9 (1991): 39-51.

Modor, Ádám. “Egy betiltott 56’-os kiállítás Budapesten” [A Prohibited Exhibition of 56’s in Budapest] Magyar Nemzet Vol. 66 No. 247  (22 October 2003): 5.

Para-Kovács, Imre. “Fekete Yuk” [Black Hole] Magyar Narancs Vol. 6 No. 5 (1994): 24.

Uj, Péter. “Fekete Lyuk újra” [Black Hole Again] Népszabadság Vol. 57 No. 50 (1 March 1999): 11.

Sebők, János. Rock évkönyv 1981 [Rock Year-book 1981] Budapest: Zeneműkiadó Vállalat, 1982.

S. Peterdi, Vera. “A MÁVAG kolóniái (1869–1985)” [The Colonies of MÁVAG] In: Bencze Géza ed. Tanulmányok a MÁVAG történetéből [Studies from the History of MÁVAG] Budapest: Ganz Acélszerkezet Kiadó, 1989.

Szabó, Máté. Alternatív mozgalmak Magyarországon [Alternative Movements in Hungary] Budapest: Gondolat Kiadó, 1993.

Internet sources:

http://exlyuk.gime.hu/main.htm

http://www.gothic.hu/gothic.html?http://www.gothic.hu/feketelyuk_interjuk1.html

Nagy, Gyula, interview by Ádám, István Pál, January 01, 2009. COURAGE Registry Oral History Collection

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