Tamás Molnár (1955–) is a graphic artist. He was a member of the Inconnu group.
In the late 1970s, he worked in Szolnok in as a librarian and organizer of cultural events. In 1978, he was one of the founding members of Inconnu. He participated in the actions of the group and in the actions, performances, and demonstrations of the democratic opposition. In 1985, he moved to Budapest because of the harassment he endured at the hands of the police, as the other members did too. He ran a private gallery named Arteria Geléria, where artistic and political events were organized.In the 1990s, he began to become active in politics as a supporter of right-wing tendencies. He wrote articles in national-conservative journals, and he served as the deputy chairman of the far-right party Jobbik. In 2005, he published a list of agents who had reported on the members of Inconnu. In 2006, he was one of the leaders of a huge demonstration against the government in the Kossuth Square. Until roughly 2005, he actively participated in political life. He then went into retirement and organized a workshop of artists.
- Szolnok, Hungary
- Huhák, Heléna
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