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The works of Gerhes, however, cannot merely be related to the Dadaist movement following World War I, as his art is not a provocative and openly political rebellion against the prevailing art and order, or perhaps disorder. An example of the latter is the exploration of the composition of a group sculpture remake on the Kossuth square adjacent to the Hungarian Parliament, as a revisitation of Hungarys questionable Horthy-era, a good example of the recent transformation of Hungarys public squares (LOVE).
Gerhes bleached the red-white-green stripes crossing the five-pointed star of the original poster, resulting in black and white stripes, while also omitting the textual part: 4. April from the top left corner and the imprint and the signature Gyorgy Fekete at the bottom of the original. He has regularly been exhibited in Hungary and abroad since 1985.