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Sándor Hornyik Institute of Art History, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest; e-mail: hornyik.sandor@btk.mta.hu

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In 1957, when the Soviet Union sent into orbit Sputnik 1, the first artificial satellite in history, the Cold War stepped into a new phase; the Space Age began. In 1961 came another victory: the first man in space was also communist. In this regard, the Sixties were about the nuclear arms race that meant a scientific and technological competition as well. Then came Apollo 11, the spaceship and the lunar module, which proved unquestionably that the West had won this war. This paper discusses the Hungarian artistic reception of this scientific and technological war. Some artists served well the aims of the Eastern Bloc; others had their own political and aesthetic motivation. Some used the official visual culture; others tried to transform it. Describing the scientifically and technologically oriented visual arts (mainly painting) of the Long Sixties (1957–1973), I will focus mainly on one topic: aviation and military technology. Besides, I intend to deconstruct the apparently plausible narrative that claims that the early heroism (late Fifties) of the Soviet technological and military supremacy turned into a resigned acceptance of defeat in the early Seventies

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Cultural Studies (Q2)
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Visual Arts and Performing Arts 336/374 (5th PCTL)
History 842/899 (3rd PCTL)
Cultural Studies 659/702 (3rd PCTL)
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Acta Historiae Artium
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