Eva FORGACS: Deconstructing Constructivism in Post-Communist Hungary, László Rajk and the Na-Ne Gallery (in: Hungarian Art - confrontation and revival in the modern movement, DoppelHouse Press, Los Angeles, CA, 2017)

(De)construction in (Post)socialist Europe: continuous and variable use of spaces and method (in: Instant Cities by Herbert WRIGHT, Blackdog Publishing, London, 2008)

Catherine CROFT: Just Add Water (RIBA Journal, August 2008) 

Herbert WRIGHT: Laszlo Rajk (Blueprint, 2007 January, London)

Beyond Art: A Third Culture: A Comparative study in Cultures, Art and Science in 20th Century Austria and Hungary  (edited by Peter WEIBEL, Springer, 2005)

Péter GYÖRGY: Hungarian Marginal Art in the Late Period of State Socialism (in: Aleš ErjavecPostmodernism and the Postsocialist Condition: Politicized Art Under Late Socialism, University of California Press, 2003)

MARTINKO, Jozsef: Why is it beautiful? (Octogon, 1/2002, pp. 78-81.)

DEMSZKY, Gabor - RAJK, Laszlo - SASVARI, Edit: Underground Lines/ Foldalatti vonalak / Untergrundlinien (Jelenkor, Pecs, 2000.)

Ulrich CLEWING: Die Gedanken sind frei (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, September 9/2000.)

Lena Lotte STARCK: Das Papier bleibt dursichtig und zerlesen (Frankfurter Rundschau, September 15., 2000)

SAMIZDAT, (Edition Temmen, 2000)

L'Autre Moitie de l'Europe (Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume, CD-rom, 2000)

Francis HARRIS: The Dissidents (interview, The New York Times Magazin, November 7 1999 p.74-76.)

NAGY, Gergely: The Hydrofoil Freezes (Art Conosseiur, April, 1999.)

World Architecture Nr.80/ October 1999 (p.56)

BOJAR, Ivan Andras: Crying Game (Octogon, 1999/2)

FENYI, Tibor: Wallbreakers in Vienna (OCTOGON, 1998/2, pp. 41-42.)

Peter WEIBEL - Laszlo BEKE: Jenseits von Kunst (Passagen Verlag, Wien, 1997,p 680)

Christian DUPLAN -Vincent GIRRET: La vie en rouge (Seuil, Paris, 1994)

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