Publications are available to buy at ISBN books+gallery and Nos in Budapest.

Stikli Zine no. 1 – published on the occasion of TuBisvat, the Jewish New Year of the Trees. Participating Artists: Bernadett Alpern, Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop + Anna Zsoldos, Andrea Ausztrics/, Judit Fischer, Tamás Füredi, Blanka Győri, Dániel Halász, HidegszobaStúdió, Eszter Kiskovács, Csilla Nagy, Flóra Pálhegyi, Gábor Roskó, Zsófia Szemző. Writers of the introduction: Szilvia Német and Alessandro Pilo, Anna Kádár and Ádám Schönberger. Publised by Marom Budapest, Jewish Culture 2028. Curator: Zsófia Szemző Coordinators of the project: Anikó Félix, Szabolcs KissPál and Ádám Schönberger.
Printed in riso by Hurrikan Press with 100% recycled paper in 200 copies.


The Well Circle / Kislev – the publication made for a special event led by Lievnat Faber in Budapest 2019, November. The occasion was to create a woman well circle and talking about the Rosh Chodesh with local Jewish women.
Printed in 2019, 20 copies.


Empty Horses – the publication made from the essay film on the dialogue between the ghosts of Michael Curtiz, and Gábor Bódy. The film tells the story of  the two Jewish Hungarian filmmaker  posthumous encounter directed by Péter Lichter. The following artists participated in the publication: Márta Balla, Levente Csordás, Blake Hargreaves, Kata M.Kallai, Luka Kostil, Krisztián Kristóf, Katalin Anna Lovrity, Dominika Trapp, Balazs Varju Tóth, Nu’Al, Flóra Pálhegyi, Zsófia Szemző. Co-published by Mindwax in 2019, 200 copies.

Exhibition photos


585,000m2 History and Present of the Jewish Quarter in Budapest– publication is about the well-know Jewish Quarter in Budapest from a different angle. The publication created for the occasion of the travelling exhibition’s Budapest show. The more than 250 photos, texts, 10 videos and 1 song travelled to New York, Toronto, the Jerusalem Biennale, Stockholm and Budapest between 2016-2018. The publication created from the work of the participated artists, curators and academics: Éva Szombat, Zsófia Szemző, Levente Csordás, Viktor Cseh and Zita Mara Vadász.
Printed in 2018, 300 copies.
video documentation


Trash of America – documented life in the USA before Trump got elected. Freedom and uniqueness of the American spirit caught by Chantal Meng, Éva Szombat, Dániel Halász and Andrea Ausztrics.
Printed in 2019, 50 copies.
video documentation


Pet me hard – deals with the issues of dating online and meeting with men posing with animals. The primary aim beside to make people laugh was to share the idea of a female perspective. Contributors: Anita Surányi, Noémi Varga, Júlia Széphelyi, Andi Soós, Eszter Lányi, Hanna Caffentzis.
Printed in 2019, 50 copies.


Woman and Man – two-sided zine, with two stories inside that meet in the middle, when the woman and the man are together (got married) in a photo. The tension was to show how the photos and photographical scenes were different for women and men in general still in the 50s-70s.
Printed in 2018, 50 copies.


Family Events – present important family events such as a wedding, first day at school, moving or traveling in the country and abroad through a series of archive photos from the 50s-70s. There are events were important in the life of a family in the socialist period but in this case added uncommon photos to the publication that other families probably wouldn’t eternalise.
Printed in 2018, 50 copies, rizo prints.
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At the lake – Lake Balaton is the largest lake in Central Europe and a popular domestic tourism center for vacationing Hungarian families. At the lake zine introduces everyday life at Lake Balaton, the “Hungarian Sea”, through a family photo series.
Printed in 2018, 100 copies.
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A Spirit of a Place  – The complex expression “lieu de memoire” (site of memory) was introduced by the French historian Pierre Nora to address the difference between memory and history. He was inspired by the Latin term “loci memoriae”, a method of memory enhancement that uses familiar places to recall information. Read more…
Creators: Andrea Ausztrics, Flóra Pálhegyi, Attila Somos, Balázs Varju Tóth.
Printed in 2018, 40 copies.
Printing House: Doublechin Corp.
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DEPIzine –  is an art publication about depression, pain management and relief.
Printed in 2017, 100 copies, sold out.
Creators: Andrea Ausztrics, Kata M. Kállai, Zsuzsa Kállai, Lisa Jura, Flóra Pálhegyi, Attila Somos, Fanni Solymár, Karen Solymár, Tamás “Lavor” Komár, Balázs Varju Tóth
Printing House: Doublechin Corp.
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