Edit András

Edit András

Edit András, PhD, art historian, art critic is a senior researcher at the Institute of Art History, Centre for the Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest (currently Eötvös Loránd Research Network); visiting professor of the Central European University, History Department.

Her main field of research is: Eastern and Central European modern and contemporary art, art theory, art historiography, critical theories, nationalism and populism, gender studies

She is also an advisor in local and regional art and research projects and also curator of large scale socially engaged, critical exhibitions.

She is a regular contributing critic in Hungarian and international art magazines (Artmargins, e-flux, IDEA. Arts+Society, Third text, Springerin), and was a long-year New York correspondent in various magazines. She is author of theoretical studies published in international catalogues and volumes. She is editor of numerous catalogues and books. She published two books with the selection of her own theoretical writings and essays in Hungarian (a third is forthcoming). She is a participant of numerous international conferences and workshops as invited lecturer and keynote speaker. She had courses and lectures all around the region (Iasi, Tallinn, Poznan, Bratislava, Vienna etc.)

She is member of the advisory boards of the Piotr Piotrowski Research Center (Poznan) and the magazines Ars Hungarica, Artmargins, ART East/Central online Journal and The journal Kunstiteaduslikke uurimusi / Studies on Art and Architecture, Tallinn.

For her further activities, projects and publications visit her website: http://editandras.arthistorian.hu

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