Hana Buddeus

Nahoru Contact

Mgr. Hana Buddeus, Ph.D. 
A Husova 4, 110 00 Prague 1 
hana.buddeus.at.gmail.com

Nahoru Personal profile

2016 – present Institute of Art History, CAS 
2014 – present Department of Photography, Film and TV School, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (lectures on history and theory of photography) 
2013 – 2015 head of the Gallery of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague 
2012 – 2015 Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, member of the research team “Art, Architecture, Design and National identity”  
2010–2015 theory and history of art, Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague (PhD.)  
2009–2011 Collection of graphics and photography, Department of the Older Czech History, National Museum (assisting curator) 
2003–2009 history of art / French, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague (Mgr.)

Nahoru Research interests

history and theory of photography, photography of sculpture, art of the 20 century, contemporary art

Nahoru Current projects

  • member of the research team of the project: Josef Sudek and Photographic Documentation of Works of Art: From a Private Art Archive to Representing a Cultural Heritage, NAKI II, DG16P02M002 (2016–2020)

Nahoru Selected bibliography

BOOKS, EDITORIAL WORK

  • Instant Presence: Representing Art in Photography, Prague 2017 (with Katarína Mašterová and Vojtěch Lahoda)
  • Zobrazení bez reprodukce? Fotografie a performance v českém umění semdesátých let 20. století [Representation without reproduction? : photography and performance in Czech art of the 1970s], Prague 2017
  • Teseract, exh. cat., Prague 2015 (collective work).
  • Ad Akta 2, KDUE/VŠUP 2008–2011, texts from thesis defended at the Department of history of art and aesthetics at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Desing in Prague, Prague 2011 (co-editors Mariana Dufková, Johanka Lomová and Václav Janoščík).
  • Ad Akta 1, Dějiny umění v rozšířeném poli [Art History in the Expanded Field], Prague 2011 (co-editors Mariana Dufková, Johanka Lomová a Václav Janoščík).

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  • Mlsný a zvědavý V. V. Štech: dějiny umění jako živá současnost [The Curious Gourmand V. V. Štech: Art History as Live Contemporaneity], in: Tomáš Dvořák et al. (eds.), Fotografie, socha, objekt, Prague 2017, pp. 7–29.
  • Braun, Brokof, Sudek et al.: Czech Baroque Sculpture in the Light of Modernist Photography, in: Hana Buddeus – Katarína Mašterová – Vojtěch Lahoda (eds.), Instant Presence: Representing Art in Photography, Prague 2017, pp. 177–195.
  • catalogue entries Nr. 7/12 (Karel Plicka, Cyklus fotografií ze Slovenska, 30. léta) and Nr. 7/14 (Výstava Lid Československa očima národního umělce Karla Plicky, Národní muzeum 1975–76), in: Milena Bartlová – Jindřich Vybíral et al., Budování státu. Reprezentace Československa v umění, architektuře a designu, Praha 2015, pp. 205–206, 208.
  • „3 poznámky k funkci dokumentace v době normalizace“, in: Jan Krtička – Jan Prošek (eds.), Dokumentace umění, Ústí nad Labem 2013, pp. 67–79.

ARTICLES

  • „Fotografické podmínky happeningu“,  Sešit pro umění, teorii a příbuzné zóny, 2014, Nr. 16, pp. 18–37.
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Nahoru Other important activities (membership, prizes, activity as curator)

  • Josef Krása Prize (2017)
  • member of the editorial board of the journal "Fotograf" (since 2012)
  • curator of exhibitions: „Teseract“, AMU Gallery, 2. 12. 2015 – 17. 1. 2016 (with Filip Dvořák, Jaromír Skácel and Štěpán Marek); Pavel Štecha: Chataři, UM Gallery, Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, 18. 9. – 31. 10. 2015; „Henryk Gajewski“, AMU Gallery, Prague, 9. 12. 2014 – 25. 1. 2015; Hynek Alt, Silvina Arismendi, Antonín Jirát, Johana Pošová, Tomáš Svoboda, Aleksandra Vajd, „HIN MAH TOO YAH LAT KEKT“, AMU Gallery, Prague, 9. 10. – 9. 11. 2014; Iveta Schovancová a Matěj Pavlík, „Pravda je tam venku“ [The True is Out There], Studio of Photography, Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, 22. – 27. 10. 2013; Audun Mortensen, „Unread Items“, Centre for Contemporary Art FUTURA, Prague, 9. 10. – 10. 11. 2013; Iveta Schovancová a Matěj Pavlík: „Dáváme Vám“, K4 Gallery, Prague, 2. – 30. 6. 2012.
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