Lucia Gregorová Stach

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Lucia Gregorová Stach. Photo: Jan Kekeli.

Lucia Gregorová Stach (1975) is an art historian and curator. Since 2013, she has been the Chief Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Collections at the Slovak National Gallery. Gregorová Stach studied art history at the University of Trnava, the Charles University in Prague, and the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, where she received her PhD in 2015.

Since 2000, she has worked as an editor and independent curator and from 2002-2006 as an exhibition curator at the Ján Koniarek Gallery in Trnava. Since 2010 she has been working at the Slovak National Gallery as a curator of the collections of modern and contemporary graphic art and drawing and curator of exhibition projects. In 2013 she became the chief curator of the modern and contemporary art collection. Since 2010 she has prepared many monographic and thematic exhibitions and catalogues at the SNG. In 2017, she was the curator of Jana Želibská's exhibition Swan Song Now in the Pavilion of the Czech and Slovak Republic at the 57th Venice Biennale of Fine Arts. She has also prepared dozens of exhibitions as an independent curator, for, Kunsthalle Bratislava and others. She is the author and co-author of many monographs and anthologies, regularly publishes in professional journals and participates in domestic and international conferences and symposia. Since 2019, she has been collaborating with the JAMA festival of intermedia art. She lives in Bratislava. (2020, upd.)