Jakub Hauser

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Jakub Hauser
Department of Art of the 19th to the 21st Century
A Institute of Art History CAS, Husova 4, 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic
E jakub.hauser.at.gmail.com

Nahoru Personal profile

2018 – present Institute of Art History, Czech Academy of Sciences (NAKI II project)
2014 – present Museum of Czech Literature, Department of Art Collections, curator
2014 – present PhD. candidate at the Institute of Art History, Faculty of Arts, Charles University
2011 – 2014 Jewish Museum in Prague, Photoarchive
2010 – 2011 National Museum, ATHENA project (Access to cultural heritage networks across Europe)
2008 scholarship at Universität Basel, Switzerland (art history)
2006, 2007, 2008 scholarship at Vilniaus universitetas, Lithuania (Lithuanian philology)
2003–2009 art history / Lithuanian philology, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts (Mgr.)

Nahoru Research interests

art of the 20th century, art activities of national minorities in the interwar Czechoslovakia, Russian and Ukrainian art of the 20th century, museology, caricature and illustration

Nahoru Current projects

  • member of the research team of the project "The Image of the Enemy. Visual Manifestations of Anti-Semitism in the Czech Lands from the Middle Ages to the Present Day", NAKI II, DG18P02OVV039 (2018–2021)
  • member of the research team of the project: The Experience of Exile. The Destinies of Exiles from the Territory of the Former Russian Empire in Interwar Czechoslovakia, NAKI II (2016–2018)

Nahoru Selected bibliography

BOOKS, EDITORIAL WORK

  • The Experience of Exile. The Destinies of Exiles from the Territory of the Former Russian Empire in Interwar Czechoslovakia (exhibition catalogue), Prague: Museum of Czech Literature 2017 (Editor)
  • František Bidlo – Homo politicus (exhibition catalogue), Prague: Museum of Czech Literature 2015 (Author)

ARTICLES

  • Exiled Russian and Ukrainian Artists in Prague during the Interwar Period, Experiment. A Journal of Russian Culture, 2017, No. 1, pp. 127-141.
  • Russian and Ukrainian Émigré Artists in the Interwar Period and Jiří Karásek of Lvovice’s Slavic Gallery, Umění / Art, 2015, No. 4, pp. 307-322.
  • Steppe-ing into Prague's shoes: Russian and Ukrainian exile artists in search of their nomadic identity in Prague during the interwar period, Centropa, 2013, No. 13, pp. 212-226.
  • 'We're Scythians - Asians, We Are…' - Eurasianism and the Art of Interwar Emigrés from the Soviet Union: Sergei Mako and the Skify Group, Umění / Art, 2009, No. 2, pp. 172-184.
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Nahoru Other important activities (membership, prizes, activity as curator)

  • member of the scientific board of the Museum of Czech Literature
  • curator and co-founder of the K4 Gallery in Prague, a student gallery of contemporary art (2010-2014; together with Václav Janoščík and Katarína Mašterová)
  • curator of the exhibition: František Bidlo – Homo politicus (Small exhibition hall of the Museum of Czech Literature, 2015)
  • co-curator of exhibitions: The Experience of Exile. The Destinies of Exiles from the Territory of the Former Russian Empire in Interwar Czechoslovakia (Hvězda Summer Pallace, 2017), Festival Fluidum in the Gallery K4 (Endgame, 2013; Chůze periferií, 2012; Elusive Intimacy, 2011; 53 hodin 1179 m3 umění, 2010), Byt či nebyt (GAVU, 2013, together with Václav Janoščík, Katarína Mašterová and Barbora Ševčíková)
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