Zuzana Štefková

Mgr. Zuzana Štefková, Ph.D.


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Celetná 20
Místnost č. 416

She is primarily concerned with contemporary art and its links to current political and social events and gender issues. She is the curator of Artwall Gallery, co-founder of the c2c circle of curators and critics and a member of the Mothers Artlovers initiative. She has curated a number of exhibition projects in the Czech Republic and abroad, including the international exhibition Middle East Europe thematizing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (Mamuta Gallery, Jerusalem (2011) and DOX Contemporary Art Centre, Prague (2012)) and the exhibition HateFree? (Museum of Romani Culture, Brno (2017), Nitranská Galeria, Labor Gallery, Budapest, Galerie Kronika, Bytom (2018).

Choosed publications:

  • The East Side Story of (Gendered) Art: Framing Gender in Czech and Slovak Contemporary Art, in Czech Feminisms: Perspectives on Gender in East Central Europe, Bloomington: Indiana University Press (2016), reprinted in Art and Theory of Post-1989 Central and Eastern Europe: A Critical Anthology, MoMA (2018)
  • Naked Babes, Macho Feminists, and Queer Eyes. Curating Gender in Contemporary Czech and Slovak Exhibition Practice, published in Curating Eastern Europe and Beyond: Art Histories through the Exhibition (2013)
  • Exhibition Intra-Actions. Ruukku Studies in Artistic Research (2018); Such Normal Agnostics? Contemporary Czech Art and Queer Visuality. published in Homosexuality in the History of Czech Culture. Prague: Academia (2011)
  • Witnessing, Women’s Voice, VŠUP (2012).


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