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Hnídková, Vendula

Prague Institute of Art History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague

eMail: hnidkova@udu.cas.cz website:

Biography

Since 2005, art historian Vendula Hnídková has been working as a researcher at the Institute of Art History of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague. In 2018-2020 she is the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow at The Barber Institute of Fine Art at the University of Birmingham, UK. Currently, she is researching the Garden Cities Movement in her ERC project “Idea, Ideal, Idyll: Garden Cities in Central Europe 1890s-1930s”. In 2013, she curated the exhibition “National Style. Arts and Politics” at the National Gallery in Prague. She is the author of the books Moskva 1937. Architektura a propaganda v západní perspektivě [Moscow 1937: Architecture and Propaganda from the Western Perspective] (2018), National Style: Arts and Politics (2013), and Pavel Janák. Obrys doby [Pavel Janák: Outline of the Period] (2019).

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Groups: RIHA-Authors

Articles