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Zsuzsa László is a researcher and curator at Central European Research Institute for Art History at the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest. She is a member of Art Margins Online’s editorial team and tranzit/hu’s board. Her forthcoming dissertation discusses the emergence and critique of the concept, East European Art. Projects and publications she (co-)curated, co-authored, and co-edited recently explore transnational exhibition histories, artist archives, progressive pedagogies, cultural transfers, and decentralized understanding of conceptualism and neo-avant-gardes in Cold War Eastern Europe, including Resonances: Regional and Transregional Cultural Transfer in the Art of the 1970s (2021-2023), What Will Be Already Exists: Temporalities of Cold War Archives in East-Central Europe and Beyond (2021), 1971: Parallel Nonsynchronism (2018/21), Creativity Exercises (2014/15/16/2020), Sitting Together, and Parallel Chronologies (2009–22). She lives and works in Budapest.