Vera Molnar, Ligne B, acrylic on canvas, 50 x 110 cm, 2015
Vera Molnar, Ligne Scindee, acrylic on canvas, 50 x 110 cm, 2014
Vera Molnar, Ligne Scindee, acrylic on canvas, 50 x 110 cm, 2014
Vera Molnar, Chute B, acrylic on canvas, 50 x 50 cm, 2014
Vera Molnar, Chute De 7 Rectangles (green), acrylic on canvas, 40 x 40 cm, 2013
Vera Molnar, Chute De 7 Rectangles (orange), acrylic on canvas, 40 x 40 cm, 2013
Vera Molnar, Variations St. Victoire, Serie N° 0-12, exhibition view, digital print, 26 x 40 cm, edition of 7, 1989 - 1996
Vera Molnar, Gothique, Plotter drawing, ink on paper, 33 x 6 cm, 1990
Vera Molnar, Serie Gothique Rot-Orange, plotter drawing, ink on paper, 35 x 9 cm, 1990
Vera Molnar, Gothique, Plotter drawing, ink on paper, 33 x 6 cm, 1989
Vera Molnar, Gothique, Plotter drawing, ink on paper, 30 x 9 cm, 1990
Vera Molnar, 100 Carrés, plotter drawing, ink on paper, 25 x 22 cm, 1986
Vera Molnar, Series Gothique, plotter drawing, ink on paper, 38 x 29 cm, 1986
Vera Molnar, 2 Rangees de Rectangles, plotter drawing, ink on paper, 28 x 20 cm, 1985
Vera Molnar, Fissions du cycle - chateau de barbe bleu, plotter drawing, ink on paper, 27 x 24 cm, 1985
Vera Molnar, 8 Colonnes (vertical), 19 x 33 cm, plotter drawing, ink on paper, 1985
Vera Molnar, 3 Colonnes, nr 1 von 1, 24 x 24 cm, plotter drawing, ink on paper, 1985
Vera Molnar, 2 Rangees de Rectangles, plotter drawing, ink on paper, 28 x 21 cm, 1985


“In my search for a visual basis I started to design series. I applied very simple rules of combinatorial analysis and equally some very plain geometrical forms and step for step, introduced minor changes, either in the proportion of the basic element or in the way I joined them. My aim was not to create just any number of images; these series make sense as such that they provide me with the opportunity to juxtapose and test visual situations that are very similar. Friends of mine who are interested also perform such comparisons of my pictures with one another. The question is whether here and there, by placing them next to one another, one can produce a substantial change, a unique visual situation which could be called art. The underlying problem of my entire work is to capture this phenomenon, the ‘epiphany’ of art. Working with series of pictures is like a visual dialogue between the painter and what has been painted. All stages of such a series naturally form small works of art in the traditional sense. They are samples, stages of painted research. I accept only a very small percentage of these visual possibilities. To me, my entire work has a hypothetical character.
To genuinely systematize my research series I initially used a technique which I called machine imaginaire. I imagined I had a computer. I designed a programme and then, step by step, I realized simple, limited series which were completed within, meaning they did not exclude a single possible combination of form. As soon as possible I replaced the imaginary computer, the makebelieve machine by a real one.
To avoid a false interpretation of my method I wish to emphasize that a large part of my work is designed and frequently carried out with the help of a computer; but whether these works have little value, if at all, is not the computer’s responsibility. This machine, as impressive as it may be, is after all merely a tool in the hand of the painter. I use the computer to combine forms, hoping that this tool will enable me to distance myself from what I have learned, from my cultural heritage and everything else that surrounds me; in brief, from the influences of civilization that define us. Thanks to its many possibilities of combination, the computer helps to systematically research the visual realm, helps the painter to free himself from cultural ‘readymades’ and find combinations in forms never seen before, neither in nature nor at a museum: It helps to create inconceivable images. The computer helps, but it does not ‘do’, does not ‘design’ or ‘invent’ anything. To avoid another misunderstanding I wish to underline something else: The fact that something is new and has not been seen before is no guarantee in any manner for its aesthetic quality. Was the portrayal of a young man with curly hair – Dürer’s self-portrait from around 1500 – new?
My works are always created from the simplest of geometrical forms. This choice has its actual cause in my personal taste: I like the formal rigidity and the parsimony of geometry, I like the rational purity of mathematics. ‘Nature can afford to be extravagant with everything, the artist must be totally efficient’, said Paul Klee; and I would agree.”
V. Molnar
[First published in Vera Molnar. Lignes, Formes, Couleurs, cat. exhib. Vasarely Múzeum, Budapest 1990, p. 16 f.]

Born 5th of January 1924 as Vera Gacs in Budapest, Hungary. Vera Molnar lives and works in Paris as well as in Normandy.

1942-47  studied painting and for a diploma in art history and aesthetics at the Budapest College of Fine Arts
1946  first non-representational images are created
1947  artists’ fellowship in Rome at the Villa Julia moved to France
1947-60  occasional co-operation with François Molnar
1948  marriage to François Molnar
1959-68  works with the machine imaginaire method
1960  Co-founder of the Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visuel (GRAV); first participation in an exhibition organized by her friend Max Bill with the title Konkrete Kunst (Concrete Art) in Zurich, Helmhaus
1967  Co-founder of the Group Art et Informatique at the Parisian Institut d‘Esthétique et des Sciences de l‘Art
1968  first computer graphics are designed: thereafter continuous work with the computer
1974-76  development of the “Molnart“ computer software programme along with her husband
1976  first solo exhibition Transformations at the gallery of the London Polytechnic
1979  works at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, at the Atelier de Recherche des Techniques Avancées (ARTA)
1980  member of the Centre de Recherche Expérimentale et Informatique des Arts Visuels (CREIAV) at the Université de Paris I, Sorbonne; the first artist’s book 1% de désordre is published by Wedgepress & Cheese in Bjerred (Sweden)
1985-90  lectureship in fine arts and aesthetics and art history at the Université de Paris I, Sorbonne
Since 1990 her works have been on display in major European exhibitions on non-representational art and avantgarde; the first installative work is created for the Foundation of Concrete Art, Reutlingen, Germany
1999  large monographic exhibition Extrait de 100 000 milliards de lignes at the Centre de Recherche, d’Échange et de Diffusion pour l’Art Contemporain (CRÉDAC) in Ivry-sur-Seine, France
2005  recipient of the first d.velop digital art award [ddaa] for her life’s work, organised annually by the Digital Art Museum [DAM] and honoured with an individual exhibition by the Kunsthalle Bremen

Vera Molnar. Promenades en carré, 18. October 2020 – 11. April 2021, Museum Ritter, Waldenbuch, Germany
Vera Molnar, MuDA, Zurich
Disorder in Order, Kiscell Museum, Budapest
Drawings and Paintings 1947 – 1986, Senior & Shopmaker Gallery, New York
The 1980s, DAM GALLERY Berlin
D’autres lignes, Galerie La Ligne, Zurich
Retrospektive, Galerie Linde Hollinger, Ladenburg
Véra Molnar. Une ligne, Musee de beaux-arts de Caen
Spielerisch, Minimal, DAM Gallery, Berlin
Quarte Vingt Treize (93), Bernard Chauveau/ Galerie 8+4, Paris, France
1% de désordre ou la vulnérabilité de l’angle droit, Galerie Berthet-Aittouarès, Paris, Frankreich
Papiers, Fondation Lius Moret, Martigny, Switzerland
Regarding the Infinite – Drawings 1950 -1987, Senior & Shopmaker Gallery, New York, USA
concentriue 1958 – 2012, März Galerie, Mannheim, Germany
Vera Molnar. (Un)Ordnung. (Des)Ordre. Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Zürich, Switzerland
Mes 90 ans à la Ligne, Galerie La Ligne, Zürich, Switzerland
Solo, DAM GALLERY Berlin, Germany
Vera Molnar. (Un)Ordnung. (Des)Ordre, Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt, Germany
Née en 1924, Granville Gallery, Paris, France
Tremblement, Collection Nationale de l´Edition et de l´Art Imprime, Paris, France
Compredre, c´est transformer, Galerie Oniris, Rennes, France
Vom sichtbaren zum lesbaren, Museum der Wahrnehmung (MUWA), Graz, Austria
Une bréve histoire des lignes, Centre Pompidou Metz, France
Errances, Galerie Cour Carrée, Paris, France
One Percent Disorder, Institut Kepes, Eger, Hungary
Vera Molnar, Kunsthaus Rehau, Institut für Konstruktive Kunst und Konkrete Poesie, Rehau, Germany
Vera Molnar, Une Rétrospective 1942 – 2012, Musée des Beaux Arts de Rouen, France
Gothique, DAM GALLERY Berlin, Germany
86 (Part III), Galerie Torri, Paris, France
86 (Part II), Galerie Torri, Paris, France
86, Galerie Torri, Paris, France
Tourner en rond?, Galerie Cour Carrée, Paris, France
Variations Ste-Victoire, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Budapest, Hungary
60 ans de carrés, Galerie Oniris, Rennes, France
Perspectives et variations, Frac Lorraine, Metz, France
Né en 1924, Galerie März, Mannheim, Germany
Pliages, tableaux, dessins, Galerie März, Mannheim, Germany
The early Beginnings – plotter drawings 1969 – 1990, DAM GALLERY Berlin, Germany
Hommage à Dürer (with François Morellet), Musée Vasarely, Budapest, Hungary
Hommage à Paul Klee, Galerie La Ligne, Zurich, Switzerland
Hommage à Dürer, variations (with François Morellet), Musée de PAKS, Hungary
Car je n’aime pas la couleur verte, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen, France
Vers l’épure, Galerie Cour Carrée, Paris, France
M…, Galerie Oniris, Rennes, France
Lignes, Galerie März, Ladenburg, Germany
Parallèles (avec MCBA), Galerie La Ligne, Zurich, Switzerland
Tableaux et séries, März Galerien, Ladenburg, Germany
Vera Molnar, Etudes et multiples, März Galerien, Mannheim, Germany
Monotonie, symétrie, surprise, Kunsthalle Bremen, Bremen, Germany
Histoires D’I, La Galerie Kandler, Toulouse, France
Vera Molnar. Studien und Multiples, März Galerien, Mannheim, Germany
Droites et courbes, Galerie Cour Carrée, Paris, France
Vera Molnar, Galerie Charpa, Valencia, Spain
Signes et signatures, Galerie Oniris, Rennes, France
Vera Molnar et Marta Pan. Thèmes et variations, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Brest, France
Grecques, après tremblement de terre, Artothèque, Auxerre, France
M comme Malevitch und andere Buchstabenbilder, März Galerien, Mannheim, Germany
Vera Molnar. Als das Quadrat noch ein Quadrat war … Retrospektive zum 80. Geburtstag, Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany
Vera Molnar et Julije Knifer. Lignes et méandres, Fondation pour l’art contemporain Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon, Alex, France
Hasards canalisés, Galerie Guttmann, Budapest, Hungary
Dessins, März Galerien, Mannheim, Germany
Vera Molnar, Espace Fanal, Basel, Switzerland
Variations, Galerie Oniris, Rennes, France
Tableaux, März Galerien, Ladenburg, Germany
Hasards preinèdites, Galerie Cour Carrée, Paris, France
Des chemins sinueux, März Galerien, Mannheim and Ladenburg, Germany
Fragments de Méandres, Ungarisches Kulturinstitut, Stuttgart, Germany
Peintures, collages, dessins, Musée de Grenoble, France
Vera Molnar presentée par Galerie Oniris, Fiac 2001, Paris, France
Entre droites et courbes, Galerie Emilia Suciu, Ettlingen, Germany
reConnaître – Vera Molnar, Musée de Grenoble, France
Lignes, Galerie Oniris, Rennes, France
Au crayon, à la plume, au pinceau, à l’ordinateur, Centre d’Art Contemporain Bouvet-Ladubay, Saumur, France
Computerzeichnungen, Galerie St. Johann, Saarbrücken, Germany
Lettres de ma mère, Centre d’Art de Marnay-sur-Seine (CAMAC), France
Oeuvres récentes, Galerie Oniris, Rennes, France
Promenade à Ladenburg, März Galerien, Ladenburg, Germany
Une visite guidée à travers mon cerveau, Espace Gustave-Fayet, Sérignan, France
Inventar – Hommage zum 75. Geburtstag von Vera Molnar, März Galerien, Ladenburg, Germany
Vera Molnar: Extrait de 100.000 milliards de lignes, Centre de Recherche, d‘Échange et de Diffusion pour l’Art Contemporain (CRÉDAC), Ivry-sur-Seine, France
Solo d’un trait noir, Galerie Florence Arnaud, Paris, France
Lettres de ma mère, Galerie Florence Arnaud, Paris, France
Sensibilité numérique, Vismara Arte, Milano, Italy
Sculptures, dessins, Espace de Luynes, Chevreuse, France (with Marta Pan)
Vera Molnar, Manfred Mohr, Galerie Lahumière, Paris, France
Peintures 1966-1996, Galerie Oniris, Rennes, France
Salon Liszt: Lettres de ma mère, Institut Hongrois de Paris, France
Tango, Château Bouchemaine, France
Pink und Rouge, März Galerien, Mannheim and Ladenburg, Germany
Tango, Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, Cholet, France
4 livrimages, École des Beaux-Arts, Valenciennes, France
Oeuvres sur papier, Galerie Florence Arnaud, Paris, France
Ligne, Múzeum Ernst, Budapest, Hungary
Géométrie au XXème-siècle, Galerie Le Faisant, Strasbourg, France (with Friedrich Riedelsberger)
De l’Esprit à l’Oeuvre, Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, Cholet, France
Tableaux, März Galerien, Mannheim, Germany (with François Morellet)
Tableaux dessins, März Galerien, Mannheim and Ladenburg, Germany
Ordres et (Dés)ordres,Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany
Géometrie du Plaisir, Gesellschaft für Kunst + Gestaltung, Bonn, Germany
Multiples, März Galerien, Mannheim, Germany
Oeuvres récentes, Galerie Quadri, Bruxelles, Belgium (with Michel Jouët)
Vera Molnar. “Sommaire” 1992-93, März Galerien, Mannheim and Ladenburg, Germany
Travaux anciens, Galerie St. Johann, Saarbrücken, Germany
Museum für moderne Kunst, Studio A, Otterndorf, Germany
Galerie St. Johann, Saarbrücken, Germany
Vera Molnar. Lignes, Formes, Couleurs, Vasarely Múzeum, Budapest, Hungary
Stiftung für konkrete Kunst, Reutlingen, Germany
Neuf carrés, Gesellschaft für Kunst + Gestaltung, Bonn, Germany
Les Gothiques, Galerie St. Charles de Rose, Paris, France
Rouges, Galerie Municipale Edouard Manet, Gennevilliers, France
Dialogue entre émotion et méthode II, Galerie Emilia Suciu, Karlsruhe, Germany
Rouges II, Fondation Vasarely, Aix-en-Provence, France
Tracés et traces, Institut Hongrois de Paris, France
Dialogue entre émotion et méthode, Galerie E, Zurich, Switzerland (with Max Bill)
Vera Molnar, Publishing House Lundquist, Lund, Sweden
Rechteckaufbau, Galerie Circular, Bonn, Germany
Creatic, Galerie du Cirques Divers, Liège, Belgium
Ostinato, Galerie 30, Paris, France
Studio X, Neapel, Italy
Galleri Sankt Olof, Norrköping, Sweden
Inclinaison – (étude préliminaire à une toile), Crédit Agricole, Caen, France
Galleri Ferm, Malmö, Sweden
Vera Molnar. Paris – Caen, Atelier de Recherche Esthétique à Caen, France
Club der jungen Künstler, Budapest, Hungary
Galleri Ferm, Malmö, Sweden
Transformations Polytechnic of Central London, UK

Automat und Mensch, Kate Vass Galerie, Zurich
Alchimie des lignes, Galerie Oniris, Rennes
Code&Algorithm, Hommage a Vera Molnar, Vazarely Muzeum, Budapest
Dürer Cézanne Klee, Galerie Berthet-Aittouares
WRITING NEW CODES – Cordeiro / Mallary / Molnar, The Mayor Gallery, London
[un]erwartet. Die Kunst des Zufalls, Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Germany
#Bartók, Muzeum Ludwig, Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary
AESTHETICA, DAM Gallery Berlin, Germany
Rapport de Force, Galerie Cour Carrée, Paris, France
Abstraction/Figuration, Musée des Beaux arts de Rennes, France
Evénement plastique, Galerie Pascal Janssens, Ghent, Belgium
La Passion Dürer, Musée Jenisch, Vevey, Switzerland
Vera Molnar & Torsten Ridell, aller simple, Longjumeau-Champlan, France
Armory Show, New York, USA
No Message Whatsoever: Frieder Nake & Friends, DAM GALLERY Berlin, Germany
Beauté Rationelle, Espace Topographique de l´Art, Paris, France
Dynamo, Grand Palais, Paris, France
A Brief History of Line, Cenre Pompidou Metz, France
Square to the Square, Galerie B55, Budapest, Hungary
Chance as Strategy, Vasarely Museum, Budapest, Hungary
Contemporary French Painting, Permm, Russia
Das Abenteuer Konstruktivismus, Galerie Linde Hollinger, Ladeburg, Germany
Osas Plus In The Vasarely Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary
Think Line 2, DAM GALLERY Berlin
Diversity in Unity, Galerie pascaljanssens, Ghent, Belgium
cube 4x4x4, März Galerie, Mannheim, Germany
On Line: Drawing Through the Twentieth Century, Museum of Modern Art, New York
Vorsicht Farbe!, Museum Ritter, Waldenburg, Germany
Rencontre Le Corbusier / Vera Molnar, Stéphane Couturier, Ian Tyson, Couvent La Tourette, France
elles@centrepompidou, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
Chemins Divergents, L’Arsenal, Metz, France
Just a glance II, Galerie Cour Carrée, Paris, France
L’Oeil Moteur, Musée d’Art Moderne, Strasbourg, France
Gris Eminents, La Maison des Arts, Carcès, France
Square, Museum Ritter, Waldenbuch, Germany
Nachtbilder + Neon, März Galerien, Mannheim, Germany
Just a glance, Galerie Cour Carrée, Paris, France
Céramiques Contemporaines, Musée national de Céramique, Sèvres, France
Art et Imagination Scientifique, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Caen, France
Mesures, Musée Matisse du Cateau-Cambrésis, France
Les Arts de la Terre et du Feu, La Maison de la Terre, Dieulefit, France
Electrohype 2004, Malmö Konsthall, Sweden
10-Dix-X, Forum Konkrete Kunst Erfurt, Germany
Art Constructivise à Paris, Civico Museo di Arte Contemporanea, Calasetta, Italy
Europe – Concrete – Reductive, Muzeum Architektury we Wroclawiu, Wroclaw, Poland
Croissance Construite Mondriaanhuis, Museum voor Constructieve en Concrete Kunst, Amersfoort, Netherlands
Art Concret, Espace de l’Art Concret, Mouans-Sarthoux, Paris, France
Pocitacové Obrazy, Galerie Mêsta Blanska, Brno, Czech Republic
Knifer, Molnar, Morellet, Vismara Arte, Milan, Italy
Diagonal, März Galerien, Mannheim, Germany
Ungarn – Avantgarde im 20. Jahrhundert, Neue Galerie der Stadt Linz, Austria
Kunst im Aufbruch, Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany
Tableaux, objets, sculptures, März Galerien, Ladenburg, Germany
Die konkrete Zeit – Gegenstände eines Jahrhunderts, Stiftung für konkrete Kunst, Reutlingen, Germany
Histoires de blanc et noir, Musée de Grenoble, France
Croix – Cross – Kreuz – Chrüz, März Galerien, Ladenburg, Germany
Autour du Papier, Abbaye de Bouchemaine, France
Karo-Dame, Kunsthaus Aarau, Switzerland
Chicago – Paris. Abstract Affinities, Ukrainian Institut of Modern Art, Chicago, Illinois
1994 Europa, Europa – Das Jahrhundert der Avantgarde in Mittel- und Osteuropa, Kunst und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn, Germany
Zufall und konkrete Kunst, Haus für Konstruktive und Konkrete Kunst, Zurich, Switzerland
Kunst im Herrenhof Neustadt, Germany
Zufall als Prinzip Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany
En Souvenir de Chernobyl Kharkov Art Museum, Kraków, Poland
The European Biennal of nontradtional Graphics, Galerie Modry Pavilon, Prague, Czech Republic
Art Construit, Institut Français, Stockholm, Sweden
Imaginer, Construire, Bibliothèque du Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, France
Die Rationale, Frauenmuseum Bonn, Germany
Ostinato, Galerie 30, Paris, France
Studio X, Naples, Italy
Electra / 83, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, France
Arte Programmata e Cinetica– 1953-1963, Palazzo Reale, Milan, Italy
Ars + Machina, Maison de la Culture, Rennes, France
Kunst aus dem Computer, Ars Electronica/Brucknerfest 79, Linz, Austria
Permutation, Transformation, Analysis, Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts
Ordinateur et Création Artistique, Sesa, Espace Cardin, Paris, France
Konkrete Kunst, Helmhaus, Zurich, Switzerland

Centre Georges Pompidou Paris & Metz, France
Staatliche Kunstsammlung Dresden, Germany
Galerie Nationale, Budapest, Hungary
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Budapest, Hungary
Bibliothèque Nationale, Zagreb, Croatia
Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts, USA
FRAC Poitou-Charentes, France
Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France
Museum Wrocław, Poland
Fonds National d’Art Contemporain, Paris, France
Carré Estampes, Luxembourg
Stiftung für konkrete Kunst, Reutlingen, Germany
Bibliothèque Nationale, Tokyo, Japan
Hochschule für bildende Künste, Saarbrücken, Germany
« Sammlung E », Museum gegenstandsfreier Kunst, Otterndorf, Germany
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, UK
Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany
Forum Konkrete Kunst, Erfurt, Germany
FRAC Bretagne, France
FRAC Basse Normandie, France
FRAC Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
Mondriaanhuis, Amersfoort, Netherlands
Musée Xantus, Györ, Hungary
Musée de Calasetta, Italy
Collection Ruppert, Würzburg, Germany
Collection Hoppe-Ritter, Waldenbuch, Germany
Collection Centre d’Art Bouvet-Ladubay, Saumur, France
Collection Vass, Budapest, Hungary
Collection Matzon, Budapest, Hungary
Musée Sztuki, Lódz, Poland
Musée Kassak, Budapest, Hungary
Kunsthalle Bremen, Germany
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rouen, France
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Brest, France
Musée d’Art contemporain, Paks, Hungary
Arithmeum, Bonn, Germany
FRAC Lorraine, France
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
Stiftung für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt, Germany

Vera Molnar – (Un)Ordnung. (Dés)Ordre. Exhibition Catalogue. Museum für Konkrete Kunst Ingoldstadt, Kerber Verlag Bielefeld, 2014.
Véra Molnar. Une rétrospective 1942- 2012, Couleurs Contemporaines, Bernard Chauveau éditeur, Paris. 2012
Polyphone Resonanzen. Paul Klee und Frankreich. Deutscher Kunstverlag, Berlin, München. 2010
Vera Molnar/Cézanne, éd. Musée des Beaux-Arts, Budapest. 2012
Vera Molnar, éd. O.S.A.S., Budapest. 2007
Vera Molnar, Monotonie, symétrie, surprise, Kunsthalle Bremen (Katalog des [ddaa]). 2006
Molnar, Vera, Questions, sans reponse, à propos de ”arbres et collines” in: Vera Molnar et Marta Pan. Thèmes et variations, Kat. Ausst. Brest 2005
Vera Molnar, Auf der Suche nach Paul Klee oder: Der Versuch einer Extrapolation (2001) in: Vera Molnar. Als das Quadrat noch ein Quadrat war … Eine Retrospektive zum 80. Geburtstag, Kat. Ausst. Ludwigshafen, S. 114 f. 2004
Vera Molnar, Reise in die Farbe Rot (2000) in: Vera Molnar: Inventar 1946-2003, hrsg. v. Linde Hollinger, Ladenburg. 2004
Vera Molnar, Un cheveu gris sur un tricot gris, 1999, unveröffentlicht.
Vera Molnar, Ich liebe mich, in: Vera Molnar: Inventar 1946-1999, hrsg. v. Linde Hollinger, Ladenburg, S. 566 f. 1999
Vera Molnar, Inventar (1994), wieder abgedruckt, in: Vera Molnar. Als das Quadrat noch ein Quadrat war … Eine Retrospektive zum 80. Geburtstag, Kat. Ausst. Ludwigshafen, S. 24-29. 2004
Vera Molnar, Un patchwork électronique, Les Technimages in Revue d’Esthétique, Nr. 25, S. 778. 1994
Vera Molnar, Der Zyklus Hommage à Dürer (1948-1992), Vortrag 1992, wieder abgedruckt in: Vera Molnar. Als das Quadrat noch ein Quadrat war … Eine Retrospektive zum 80. Geburtstag, Kat. Ausst. Ludwigshafen, S. 80-84. 2004
Vera Molnar, Mit dem Zufall zu verlernen lernen, in: Zufall als Prinzip, Kat. Ausst. Ludwigshafen, S. 310. 1992
Vera Molnar, Neun Quadrate 1989, wieder abgedruckt, in: Vera Molnar. Als das Quadrat noch ein Quadrat war … Eine Retrospektive zum 80. Geburtstag, Kat. Ausst. Ludwigshafen 2004, S. 22 f.
Vera Molnar, Regards sur mes Images, in: Revue d’Esthétique, Nr. 7, S. 116 f. 1984
Vera Molnar, Ein Prozent Unordnung, Bjerred 1980 [Künstlerbuch].
Vera Molnar, Transformations in Transformations, Kat. Ausst. London 1976, unpag.
Vera Molnar, Das verletzte Quadrat 1975, in: Vera Molnar – Out of square, Kat. Ausst. Ludwigshafen, 1994, unpag.
Vera Molnar, Cézanne et le cubisme, thèse de fin d’étude [Diploma] Budapest 1947.

The 1980s, DAM Berlin, 12. September – 23. November 2019
SUMMER SPLASH 4, DAM Berlin, 23. June – 31. July 2018
SPIELERISCH, MINIMAL, DAM Berlin, 21 January – 1 April 2017
AESTHETICA, DAM Berlin, 29 May – 1 August 2015
SOLO, DAM Berlin, 11 April – 7 June 2014
NO MESSAGE WHATSOEVER: FRIEDER NAKE & FRIENDS, DAM Berlin, 16 November 2013 – 25 January 2014
BACK TO BACK, DAM Frankfurt, 20 February – 4 May 2013
MEINE WUNDERKAMMER, DAM Berlin, 1 December 2012 – 26 January 2013
THINK LINE 2, DAM Berlin, 19 December 2011 – 21 January 2012
GOTHIQUE, DAM Berlin, 11 June – 16 July 2011
THINK LINE, DAM Cologne, 4 September – 6 November 2010
THE EARLY BEGINNINGS, DAM GALLERY Berlin, 31 May – 12 July 2008