Attila Kotányi  

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Attila Kotányi (born in 1924 in Ungarn, † 7 July, 2004) was a writer and architect.

He was a Poet with Hungarian as his mother tongue is Hungarian. For two decades he was engaged in philiosophical conversations. He also painted, and was the architect for a factory in Hamburg. He taught for 12 years at the Dusseldorf Art Academy.

He edited the journal Situationniste Internationale.



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