Barbora Bartunkova is a Ph.D. Candidate in the History of Art Department at Yale University, where she works on European art, photography, and film from the nineteenth century to the present, with a particular focus on interwar and Cold War visual cultures. Her research interests include the intersection of art and politics, the representation of women and gender, and transnational cultural exchange. Her dissertation project, “Sites of Resistance: Antifascism and the Czechoslovak Avant-garde,” explores the ways in which artists articulated new aesthetic and political strategies to challenge the rise of fascism in Europe, across a range of media and disciplines. Barbora was a 2018– 19 Museum Research Consortium Fellow in the Drawings and Prints Department at The Museum of Modern Art in New York and served as an exhibition consultant to the MoMA exhibition Engineer, Agitator, Constructor: The Artist Reinvented. Barbora holds an M.A. with Distinction in the History of Art from University College London, where she also completed her undergraduate degree in French with Film Studies. She has held curatorial and museum positions in institutions such as the Royal Academy, London, the Lobkowicz Collections, Prague, and the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague.
The Center for Curatorial Leadership (CCL) is pleased to announce the seventh annual class of the CCL/Mellon Foundation Seminar in Curatorial Practice. Full bios for the fourteen doctoral students in this year’s cohort linked here. Since 2014 and with the support of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, CCL has provided ... Read More >