1960s Africa Albania American modern art Armando Lulaj authorship Belgrade Capitalism collective project conceptual art contemporary art copy and original DebatikCenter of Contemporary Art fluid identities identity identity politics international exhibition Jonida Gashi local history photography Pleurad Xhafa postcolonialism public art Roma art Roma Pavilion Soviet Union Tirana transnational dialogues traveling exhibitions Venice Biennale Yugoslavia ZETA Gallery
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.