Agata PIETRASIK

Getty/ACLS Postdoctoral Fellowships in the History of Art 2020.

Chercheuse invitée à l'INHA en 2019.

a.pietrasik @ wp.pl

 

Agata Pietrasik is an art historian with degrees from the University of Warsaw and Freie Universität in Berlin, where she completed her doctorate about art in the 1940s in Poland, focusing on interrelations between the decade’s aesthetics, ethics and politics. With Piotr Słodkowski, she co-edited the book Czas debat. Antologia krytyki artystycznej z lat 1945–54 [Time of Debate. An Anthology of Polish Art Criticism, 1945–1954], and her PhD project is due to be published under the title Art in a Disrupted World: Poland 1939–1949, in the English language series New Art History by the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw in 2021. Her research interests include postwar modernism in Europe, visual representations of the Holocaust and World War II, and the sociopolitical contexts of these events. She has received fellowships from the German Academic Exchange DAAD, the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the German Forum for Art History in Paris. In 2019 she was a chercheuse invitée at the Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art in Paris and worked on her project dedicated to the representation of the Second World War in the visual arts of the 1940s.

Symbol, Testimony, Evidence: Representations of Majdanek in the Work of Zinovy Tolkachev, “Place. Studies on Polish Art and Architecture of the XXth and XXIst century”, no. 6 (2020).

“The Joy of New Constructions in the Times of Homelessness”, In Central European Art and Culture 1918-1956: A Reader, edited by Klara Kemp- Welch, Jonathan Owen, Courtauld Books Online, 2019.

Czas debat: antologia krytyki artystycznej z lat 1945-1954. Edited by Agata Pietrasik and Piotr Słodkowski. Vol. 1, 2, 3, Warsaw: Fundacja Kultura Miejsca: Akademia Sztuk Pięknych.