Lucia G. Stach

Head curator of the Collections of Modern and Contemporary Art of the Slovak National Gallery. She studied art history and culture at the University of Trnava. She completed several study visits and residencies: at Charles University in Prague, the Sommerakademie in Salzburg, and at the Museumsquartier in Vienna. She worked as a curator at the Ján Koniarek Gallery in Trnava, and currently works at Slovak National Gallery. In 2017, together with Michal Murín, she prepared a solo exhibition of Milan Adamčiak’s work, its accompanying program, catalog, and album of scores. In May 2017, she curated Jana Želibská’s exhibition Swan Song Now in the Pavilion of the Czech and Slovak Republic at the 57th Venice Biennale. She also works as an editor and independent curator, she has prepared dozens of exhibitions, e.g. for or Kunsthalle Bratislava. At JAMA – 74th year of Milan Adamčiak she will host a discussion, which will be part of Saturday’s Symposium on Intermediate Art.