Hungarian Studies Review Vol. 21., 1994

HSK, Hungarian Studies Review Vol. XXI, Nos. 1-2 (Spring-Fall, 1994) Special Volume: Hungarian Artists in the Americas Edited by Oliver A. I. Botar In this special volume Valerie Majoros writes about painter Lajos Tihanyi's attempt to establish himself on the American art scene and about his views on aesthetics and American culture; Richard Teleky offers an overview of the early work of photographer Andre Kertesz; N. F. Dreisziger and Oliver Botar clarify some aspects of the political activities of emigre Hungarian artists such as Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Bela Bartok and Bela Lugosi; Botar translates and comments on Moholy-Nagy's poems of 1918; and, in a case study of Hungarian artists in Latin America, Agnes Judit Szilagyi outlines the career of cinematographer Rudolph Icsey and other Magyar filmmakers in Brazil.