Lajos L. Kassák; Viking Eggeling
Ma. Aktivista folyóirat, vol. 6, no. 8, Wien: s.n., 1 August 1921
Lajos L. Kassák, Lázsló Moholy-Nagy
Buch neuer Künstler, Wien: s.n., 1922
Ilarie Varonca; Victor Brauner
75 HP, Bucarest: Institutul de Ater Grafice "Eminescu", October 1924
Punct. Revistă de artă constructivistă international, no. 1, Bucarest: s.n., 15 November 1924
Zenit, 4th year, no. 35, Belgrad: s.n., December 1924
Zenit, 5th year, no. 37, Belgrad: s.n., November/December 1925
M. H. Maxy, Victor Brauner
Integral, 2nd year, no. 9, Bucarest: s.n., December 1926
Lajos L. Kassák
Tisztaság kӧnyve, Budapest: Hungaria Nyomda, 1926
Contimporanul, 4th year, no. 55/56, Bucarest: Contimporanul, n.d. [1926?]
UNU. Avantgardă literară, Bucarest: s.n., April 1932. Poster
Meridian. Caet de literatura, 5th year, no. 17/18/19, s.l.: s.n., April 1943
Tribine. Revolucionarās kulturas žurnals Linarda Laicena vadibā [complete set], Riga: Latvju Kultura, 20 March 1932 – 25 April 1932
200 publications and documents.
Under the title «Other European Avant-Gardes», the Lafuente Archive gathers documentary collections concerning avant-garde movements in countries such as Bulgaria, Hungary, Latvia, Romania and the former Yugoslavia, where very different creators assimilated avant-garde ideas, concepts and techniques from other lands and were able to give them a specific character.
This documentary collection is made up of some two hundred publications and documents dating from the interwar period, which bear witness to the artistic and intellectual evolution of Eastern Europe within the scope of avant-garde movements. The collection includes works by artists such as Víctor Brauner, Lajos L. Kassák and Lázsló Moholy-Nagy, and complete periodicals of significant impact such as 75 HP, Punct, Tribine and Unu. Avantgardà literar?, among many others.