1998 Ph.D. in Art History, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
1977 M.A. in Art History and History, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
2002- Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Art History, Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
2004-2007 Head of the Art Collection of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
1997-2002 New York Correspondent of Hungarian Art Magazines (Műértő/ Hungarian Art Newspaper and Új Művészet/ Art Today)
1997-1998 Fulbright Scholar, Department of Fine Arts, New York University, New York (Consultant: Robert Rosenblum)
1995-97 Research Fellow, Research Institute for Art History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
1989-92 New York Correspondent of Hungarian Art Magazines (Új Művészet/ Art Today)
1987-95 Head of the Archive of the Hungarian Art History, Research Institute for Art History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
1979-87 Editor, Department of Modern Art, Corvina Publishing House, Budapest
1977-79 Curator, Department of Graphics, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
2006 Grant for Research in Moscow, supported by the Hungarian Section of AICA
1997-99 Head of the Research Group on the project Women's Strategies in Hungarian Art after 1945, Research Support Scheme - Open Society Institute, Budapest, Hungary
1997-98 Fellow of the One-year-long Seminar Arts in Transition. Literature and Visual Art in Russia, Central and East Europe since 1989 organised by Centre for Russian, Central and East European Studies with Mason Gross Art School of Arts at Rutgers The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ
1995 Grant to visit the exhibition Berlin-Moscow, Berlin, Germany supported by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
1995 Grant to visit London, Glasgow, UK for studying contemporary English and Scot¬tish Art, sponsored by The British Council
2008 'Contemporary Art Award' of the Hungarian Section of AICA (Association of International Critics of Art) in the category of Art Criticism
2000 'Németh Lajos Prize' of the Hungarian Cultural Ministry for outstanding activity in art criticism and theory
1993 'The Best Art Paper of the Year' award¬ of the Foundation Új Művészet / Art Today, Budapest
1985 Editorial Prize of the Hungarian Ministry of Cul¬ture and Education for the book Larissa Zhadova, Tatlin, Budapest: Corvina Publishing House, 1985
2012 Women's Art in Hungary. Roundtable. The Politics of Location Revisited: Gender@2012, CEU, Budapest, May 19.
Reshuffling the keywords. A follow-up seminar to the Clark Art Institute initiative in Central-Eastern Europe. Institute of Art History, Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn, May 25-26.
Invited expert to CULBURB project. Cultural Acupuncture Treatment for Suburb. Workshop. Vienna, March 21-23.
2011 Participation as a core member in the international seminar organized by The Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA, and New Europe College-Institute for Advanced Study, Bucharest, Romania, Art History Meets Art Theory, Bucharest, May 20-21
"Nationalism claiming the public space" paper given at Continental breakfast: Place of Encounter. Fifth Venice Forum for Contemporary Art Curators, Venice, June 1-2.
"The time of tapestry" paper given at conference Web of Europe, MoME, Budapest
2010 Core-member of the seminar series Thinking Art History in East-Central Europe organized by The Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA, and Art Academy, Institute of Art History in the framework of Clark's Central-East European Initiative Tallinn, Art Academy, May 14 -15.
Art History on the Disciplinary Map in East-Central Europe organized by The Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA and Masaryk University & the Moravian Gallery, Brno, Czech Republic, Brno, Nov. 18-19.
"Remembrance, erasure and constructing of the historical past: Rites of passages from Socialism into nationalism in the ex-East bloc" invited lecturer within Patterns_lecture-series by Erste Stiftung, University of Arts, Iasi, Rumania, Nov. 4.
Lecture series in the framework of Zone Research Program, Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava, Slovakia, May 3-6.
"The Future Is Behind Us" paper given at CAA (College Art Association) 98th annual conference, Chicago, Feb. 10-12.
Panel: Transformation Reconsidered: "Utopias", Realities, and National Traditions in Post-1989 Central Europe (Chair: Andrzej Szczerski, Jagiellonian University)
"Public Monuments in Changing Societies" paper given at the conference Where the West Ends within the framework of Former West research series of seminars, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, March 18-19.
Participation at the seminar Unexpected Encounters: Points of Intersection. Methodologies of research and interpretation of the practices of a historical conceptualism.Galerija Miroslav Kraljevic, Zagreb, Nov. 27.
2009 "Differencing the Canon". Panel discussion with Griselda Pollock. Gender Check. Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe symposium, MUMOK, Vienna
"Monuments, Monolits, Monsters". Frieze Talk. Frieze Art Fair, London
2008 Builders. The Future is Behind Us" lecture in the framework of international platform Art Always Has Its Consequences, Museum Sztuki, Lódz
2007 "Conceptual Art at the Crossroads". No. 3. Art and Revolution: SocialEast. Forum on the Art and Visual Culture of Eastern Europe, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK
2006 "Who Owns the Boundaries?" Conference and book presentation Art after Conceptual Art, MIT and Generali Foundation, Vienna
In between Globalizing Powers, invited lecturer by the AICA Turkey, Pera Museum Istanbul
2005 Invited presenter at 19. Annual Conference of School of Visual Arts, Art Education = Controlling Art Community? New York
Workshop dedicated to the Art scene of the Balkan, organized by Tranzit Vienna, Innsbruck
2004 "Blind Spots of the New Critical Theory" paper given at the Conference The Art and Media of Accession. Trans_european Picnic, Novi Sad, Serbia [published]
2003 "All that Glitters is not Gold: Local Artists within Global Framework", CAA (College Art Association) Annual Conference, New York
2001 "Who is Afraid of the New Critical Theory", Keynote speaker at the Annual AICA Conference Strategies of Power, Zagreb, Croatia [published]
2000 Workshop Co-operation. International Forum for Feminist Art and Theory, Dubrovnik, Croatia
1999 "Gender Minefield as the Heritage of the Past", Conference After the Wall. Art and Culture in Post-Communist Europe, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden [published]
"Exclusion and Inclusion in the Art World", Conference Money / Nation, Shedhalle, Zurich [published]
1998 "Strategies of Hungarian Women Artists", at conference Women and the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
"Flirting with the body", at mini-conference, Surviving Freedom: Visual Arts in Hungary since 1989, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ (Co-Organizer)
2012 A theoretical course taught on East-Central European art and theory issues at the doctoral school of New Europe College, Institute for Advance Study, Bucharest and the Art history department of Bucharest University, March 19-21.
2011 The fragile pedestal / First Trieste Contemporanea Seminar on Art History (Doctoral tutor and instructor), Trieste Contemporanea, Trieste
2010 Recycling Art History. Subversive paraphrases. Visiting lecturer, Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava, Slovakia
Video-art in Center-Eastern Europe course for Graduate students, Department of Art History of Pázmány Péter University, Hungary
2009 Writing in the Humanities after the Fall of Communism. Faculty member in the Summer School of CEU (Central European University), Budapest
Cultural Trauma and Coping with it through Art. Lecture series for graduate and doctoral students, Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn, Estonia
2008-09 Old Traumas, New Conflicts in the Culture of New Europe. Joint-courses with Hedvig Turai at Education Abroad Program of University of California, Budapest Study Center, Hungary
2009 Art on the Ruins of Utopias. Lecture series for graduate and doctoral students, Academie of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava, Slovakia
2008 Writing Central European Art History. Invited lecturer of the Patterns_Travelling Lecture Set organized by World University Service (WUS) Austria in Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan (Poland); University of Belgrade (Serbia); Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna (Austria); Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca (Romania) www.wus-austria.org
Contemporary Art, Contemporary Theory, lecture series at the DLA School, University of Applied Arts, Budapest
Contemporary Art, Contemporary Theory, joint-course with Hedvig Turai at the University of Fine Arts, Budapest
2005-07 Memory, Memorial, Monuments. Art and Culture in the Central and Eastern European Region and in Russia, joint-courses with Hedvig Turai at Education Abroad Program of University of California, Budapest Study Center, Hungary
2003-05 Contemporary Art and Theory in the Postsocialist Countries, courses at the Graduate School, Department of Art History, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Art and Culture in Transition in Eastern and Central European Region, joint-courses with Hedvig Turai at Education Abroad Program of University of California, Budapest Study Center, Hungary
2005 20th century Western Art, survey course, Department of Art History of Pázmány Péter University, Hungary
2002 "Art and Art Theory after the Wall: Difficulties of Tradition in Eastern-Central Europe at the End of the 20th Century" lectures given as member of the faculty of the summer course From Art History to Visual Culture: Studying the Visual after the Cultural Turn, CEU, Central European University, George Soros Foundation, Budapest
1996-97 19th and 20th Century Art in Hungary, courses at CIEE Council on International Educational Exchange for American exchange students, Budapest
1992-95 Contemporary Art, Contemporary Theory, courses at the Graduate School, University of Applied Arts, Budapest
1993-95 Modern and Contemporary American Culture, courses at the Department of Art History, Department of American Studies, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
2010 Guest editor (with Allan Siegel and Hedvig Turai) of "Focus issue Hungary: Artmargins takes a snapshot of the Hungarian Art Scene", .Artmargins: Contemporary Central & East European Visual Culture. http://artmargins.com/index.php/2-articles/605-short-guide-hungary-contemporary-art-scene-article
2009 Editor of Transitland. Video Art from Central and Eastern Europe 1989-2009. Budapest: Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, 2009
2008-09 Member of the Advisory Board and researcher of Hungary of the exhibition Gender Check. Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe shown in MUMOK, Vienna
2004-07 Curator-in-chief, supervisor of the permanent and temporary exhibitions held in the Art Collection of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest;
Co- Editor of the Hungarian and English versions of the catalogue of the Art Collection
2005 Co-Curator of the international contemporary and historical exhibition and editor of the accompanying catalogue Tapestry 2. Metamorphoses. Art of Woven Tapestry Past and Present, Szépművészeti Múzeum (Museum of Fine Arts), Budapest
2001 Co-Curator of the international contemporary exhibition and editor of the accompanying catalogue Tapestry, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest (the Hungarian section is invited to the Textile Museum, Washington D.C.)
1997 Co-Editor of the catalogue of the Hungarian Pavilion, Venice Biennial
1995 Co-Organiser and co-editor of the catalogue accompanying the first one-year-long exhibition series of temporary exhibitions, Water Ordeal, dedicated to women artists, Budapest: Óbudai Társaskör
1992-97 Editor of numerous scholarly books and source materials on Hungarian art history, published by the Research Institute of Art History of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
Invited curator of various issue-based temporary exhibitions and group shows of contemporary Hungarian artists
1985 Curator of the retrospective exhibition of the Hungarian artist, Armand Schönberger (1885-1974), Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
1979-87 Editor of various comprehensive books on Russian and Eastern European and Hungarian art
2011- Member of the Advisory Board of Artmargins, MIT, Boston
2010- Member of the editorial board of Ars Hungarica, Budapest
2011-12 Member of the Jury of Oscar Cepan Award, Bratislava,
2010 Member of the jury for Igor Zabel Award for Culture and Theory, Erste Foundation, Vienna
2010- Member of the Ildiko Dobranyi Foundation, Budapest
1997- Member of CAA / College Art Association, New York
1996-2000 Head of the Board of League of Non-profit Art Spaces, Budapest, Supported by Pro Helvetia, Switzerland
1992- Member of the Hungarian Section of AICA / Association of International Critics of Art, Budapest
• Kulturális átöltözés. Művészet a szocializmus romjain. [Cultural Cross-dressing: Art on the ruins of Socialism] Argumentum, Budapest, 2008
• Schönberger Armand. 1885-1974. Corvina Kiadó, Budapest, 1984
•Transitland. Video Art from Central and Eastern Europe 1989-2009. Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, 2009
• Art Treasures in the Palace of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Ed. by --- and Éva Bicskei. MTA MKI & Hungarian Pictures, Budapest, 2006
• Angyalokra szükség van. Tanulmányok Bernáth Mária tiszteletére [Angels Needed: Festschrift for Art historian Mária Bernáth]. MTA MKI, Budapest, 2005
• Tapestry 2. Metamorphoses. Art of Woven Tapestry Past and Present, [exh. cat.] Budapest: Museum of Fine Arts and Association of Hungarian Tapestry Artists, 2005
• George Peck. Layered Time, Layered Paint. [exh. cat.] Ed. by --- and Jonathan Goodman. Budapest: Municipal Picture Gallery, 2002
• Tapestry. International Millenial Contemporary Exhibition. [exh. cat.] Budapest: Museum of Fine Arts and Association of Hungarian Tapestry Artists, 2001
• Válogatás a nagybányai művészek leveleiből 1893-1944. Dokumentumok a nagybányai művésztelep történetéből. II. [Selection of Letters of the Artists from Nagybánya Colony. Documents of the Nagybánya Colony]. Szerk.: --- és Bernáth Mária. MTA MKI & MissionArt Galéria, Miskolc, 1997
• Vízpróba. Water-ordeal. Szerk.: --- és Andrási Gábor. Óbudai Társaskör, Budapest, 1996
• A historizmus művészete Magyarországon. Művészettörténeti tanulmányok. [The Art of Historicism in Hungary: Essays on Art History] Szerk.: Zádor Anna. A szerkesztő munkatársa: --- és Bernáth Mária. MTA MKI, Budapest, 1993
• Tatlin. Szerk.: Larissza Zsadova. (Felelős szerkesztő) Corvina Kiadó, Budapest, 1984
2012 Little Warsaw: The battle of inner truth, in Katalin Spengler (ed.by), Contemporary Art in Hungary: The best works of the 21st century so far, Budapest, 018-025.
Traume ich frei oder auf Befehl? Imaginierte Mannlichkeit im sozialistischen Ungarn / Do I dream freely or on command? Imagined Masculinity in Socialist Hungary, in Stella Rolling and Barnabás Bencsik (eds. by), Der Nackte Mann / The Naked Man, Nürnberg: Verlag für Moderne Kunst, 91-100.
Textiles that aspire to more than decorating houses: Introductory text, in Thomas Cronenberg (ed. by), American Tapestry Biennial 9. [Catalog] San Jose, California: American Tapestry Alliance
2011 Nationalism claiming the public space. In Giuliana Carbi (ed.by.), Continental breakfast: Place of Encounter. Fifth CEI Venice Froum for Contemporary Art Curators, Trieste: Trieste Contemporanea, 12-21.
Monumentele publice în Construirea (şi presentului) istoric. In Izabella Györgyjakab, Krisztián Kukla (ed.by), Centru şi Periferie: Perspective în Zonele Transfrontaliere Regionalism Cultural Cultură Vizuală, Debrecen: Cepevit, Modem, 123-149.
The Dreams Live On. Remakes by Contemporary Artists, in Ibolya Hegyi – Katalin Schulcz (ed.by), Web of Europe, Budapest: Dobrányi Ildikó Foundation – Museum of Applied Arts, 31.
A Painful Farewell to Modernism: Difficulties in the Period of Transition (1997) In Bojana Pejić & Erste Foundation & Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien (ed.by) Gender Check: Reader. Art and Theory in Eastern Europe, Cologne: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, 115-125.
Gender Minefield: The Heritage of the Past (1999) In Bojana Pejić & Erste Foundation & Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien (ed.by) Gender Check: Reader. Art and Theory in Eastern Europe, Cologne: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, 79-183.
2010 Autobiography and Photography. In Gőbölyös Luca. Budapest: Supergroup Kft., 8-12.
Interview with Edit András, in Katalin Spengler (ed. by) Contemporary Art, Budapest: Absolut media Kft, 006-009.
Excerpts from an interview with Vladimir Yankilevsky by Edit András, in Vladimir Yankilevsky: Anatomy of Feelings. London, Paris: Aktis Gallery, 57-82.
2009 The Future is behind Us: Flashbacks to the Socialist Past. In Transitland:Video Art from Central and Eastern Europe 1989-2009, Budapest: Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, 209-224.
Do I Dream Freely or on Command? Imagined Masculinity in Socialist Hungary. In Bojana Pejić (ed. by), Gender Check. Femininity and masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe, Vienna: Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, 100-104.
Interviews with the Researcherr: Hungary: Edit András, in Bojana Pejić, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftunk Ludwig Wien (eds.by), Gender Check. Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe, Cologne: Verlag de Buchhandlung Walther König, 351-352.
2008 Czynik, który wciąż działa: Trauma przeszłości socjalistycznej w pamięci zbirowej. In Magdalena Ziółkowska & Andrzej Leśniak (eds.), Tytul roboczy / Working title: Archive / Archiwum No. 1., Lódz: Museum Sztuki, 12-16.
An Agent that is still at Work: The Trauma of Collective memory of the Socialist Past, In Writing Central European Art History: Pattern_Travelling Lecture Set 2008/2009, Erste Stiftung Reader # 01,Vienna: Erste Stiftung, 5-21.
2006 Transgressing Boundaries (Even those Marked out by the Predecessors) in the New Genre Conceptual Art, In Alexander Alberro and Sabeth Buchmann (eds. by), Art After Conceptual Art, Cambridge, Massachusetts, London, England : The MIT Press and Vienna: Generali Foundation, 2006, 163-178.
2005 Blind Spot of the New Critical Theory: Notes on the Theory of Self Colonization. In Marius babia (ed. by), La Biennale di Venezia 51. Esposizione Internationale d'Arte. Romanian Pavilion, 2005, 98-112.
Metamorphoses. Tapestry now. In Tapestry 2. Metamorphoses. The Art of Woven Tapestry Past and Present. Budapest: Museum of Fine Arts and the Association of Hungarian Tapestry Artists, 2005, 57-59.
Contemporary Hungarian Tapestry Art in an International Context. In Tapestry Art in Hungary. Budapest: Vince Publishing House and Association of Hungarian Tapestry Artists, 2005, 165-191.
2004 Contemporary Hungarian Tapestry Art in an International Context. In By Hand in the Electronic Age. Contemporary Tapestry [exh.cat.], Washington DC: The Textile Museum, 2004, 24-37.
Blind Spots of the New Critical Theory: Notes on the Theory of Self-colonization. In: The Art and Media of Accession: Transeuropean Picnic, Novi Sad [Serbia], 2004, 38-47.
2003 Who is Afraid of a New Paradigm? The Old Practice of Art Criticism of the East versus the New Critical Theory of the West. In Marion von Osten és Peter Spilmann (eds. by), MoneyNations. Constructing the Border – Constructing East-West, Wien: Edition Selene, 2003, 96-105.
Who is Afraid of a New Paradigm? The Old Practice of Art Criticism of the East versus the New Critical Theory of the West, In Cruising Danubio. At the Cutting edge of contemporary Hungarian Art. Alcalá 31, [exh.cat.] Madrid: Sale de exposiciones de la Consejeria de los Antes, 2003
The Object of Desire Seizes Desire, in Leonida Kovac (ed.by), Orshi Drozdik. / Passion after Appropriation. Zagreb: Museum of Contemporary Art [exh.cat.], 35-47.
2002 Painting at the Crossroads: The Genes of Painting, in Edit András and Jonathan Goodman (eds. by), George Peck: Layered Time, Layered Paint, Budapest: Municipal Picture Gallery 117. Budapest, 2002
2001 Tapestry in the Contemporary Art Scene, in Tapestry. International Millennial Contemporary Exhibition, Budapest: Museum of Fine Arts, Association of Hungarian Tapestry Artists, 2001
1999 Representation of the Body in Contemporary Hungarian art, in Gábor Andrási (ed. By), ***Erotics and Sexuality in Hungarian Art, Budapest: League of Non-Profit Art Spaces, 49-83.
Cultural Cross-dressing.:Emese Benczúr, in Tackling Techne: Exhibition at the Hungarian Pavilion, 48th International Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Venice, 1999. [exh.cat.] 80-111.
The Painful Farewell to Modernism: Difficulties in the Period of Transition, in After the Wall: Art and Culture in Post-Communist Europe, Vol. I. [exh.cat.] Stockholm: Moderna Museet, 1999, 125-130.
1996 Water Ordeal on Contemporary (Women) Art and (Women) Artists, in Edit András and Gábor Andrási (eds.by), Water Ordeal [exh.cat.], Budapest: Óbudai Társaskör, 25-43.
Excerpts from the Interview Given by Vladimir Yankilevsky to Edit András, in Vladimir Yankilevsky: Retrospective [exh.cat.], Moscow: Tretyakov Gallery, LVII – LXVI.
1994 Death Knocking at Life's Door: The Names Project AIDS Me¬morial Quilt, in Everyday Values of American Culture, Budapest, 1994
2012 Provincialiazing the West: Interview with Piotr Piotrowski, Artmargins online,
2011 Poziflia fostului bloc estic în noile teorii critice şi în practicile curatoriale recente,
The ex-eastern bloc's position in the new critical theories and in the recent curatorial practice, IDEA: Artă + societate / arts + society (Cluj Napoca), 2011/40, 79-96.
Wessen Nostalgie ist die Ostalgie? Eine Überblicksausstellung zur Kunst Osteuropas und der ehemaligen Sowjetrepubliken im New Museum, New York, Springerin, (Wien), 2011/4, 54-57.
Whose nostalgia is Ostalgia? An Eastern Europe and Former Soviet Republics survey exhibition in the New Museum, New York
Călătorie îtrecut, în folosul prezentului. Arta (Bucharest), 2011/2-3, 14-15.
2010 Meta-Manifesta (with Hedvig Turai), IDEA: Artă + societate / arts + society, (Cluj Napoca), 2010/36-37, 96-105.
Die Nationalismusfrage ist unausweiclich zur Künstlerishen Auseinandersetzung mit rechten Tendenzen in den ehemaligen Ostblockstaate am Beispiel Ungarns, Springerin (Wien), 2010/3, 32-36.
The Unavoidable Question of Nationalism, Springerin online, 2010/3, http://www.springerin at/dyn/heft.php?id=64&pos=0&textid=0&lang=en
Lineaarse kunstiajaloo aeg on otsas. Ungari kunstiteoreetiku ja –ajaloolasega Edit Andrásiga vestleb Reet Varblane. [Reet Varblane interjúja AE-vel] SIRP. Eesti Kultuurleht, Tallinn, May 28. 2010. 12-13.
Focus issue Hungary: Artmargins takes a snapshot of the Hungarian Art Scene. (Guest editor with Allan Siegel and Hedvig Turai), Artmargins: Contemporary Central & East European Visual Culture
Public Monuments in Changing Societies, ARS (Journal of the Institute of Art History of Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava), 43, 2010/1, 39-50.
Introduction to the "The shifty Art of András Gálik and Bálint Havas" interview by Sven Spieker, Artmargins: Contemporary Central and Eastern European Visual Culture online
2009 Dog Eat Dog: Who is in charge of Controlling Art in the Post-Socialist Condition? Third Text: Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Art & Culture. Socialist Eastern Europe (London), Special issue (Ed. by Reuben Fowkes), # 96, Volume 23, Issue 1, January 2, 65−78.
2008 Manifestarea postpoliticului /Manifestations of the Post/Political (with Hedvig Turai), Idea: Artă + societate / arts + society (Cluj Napoca), 2008/30−31, 129−137.
An agent still at work: The trauma of collective memory of the socialist past. Springerin [Wien], Band XIV/3, www.springerin at
2006 What came First, the Chicken or the Egg? Contemporary Art practice and Theory in Hungary. Springerin [Wien], Band XII/2, www.springerin at
Was war zuerst da, das Huhn oder das Ei? Das gespannte Verhältnis der zeitgenössischen ungarischen Kunst zur Theorie, Springerin [Wien], Band XII/2
2005 In und auserhalb von Budapest: Zu den Projekten des ungarishen Künstlerduos Little Warsaw, Springerin [Wien], Band XI Heft 2, 40-44.
In and out of Budapest: The Projects of the Hungarian Artist Duo Little Warsaw. Springerin 2/05, online version, www.springerin at
2004 Bursting the bubble of forgetting. Exhibition of Mária Berhidi, Mariann Imre and Ilona Lovas in the Institute of Contemporary Art, Praesans [Budapest], 2004/1, 54-69.
2003 The Curator as Seducer: Contemporary Polish (Women) Artists in New York. Praesens [Budapest], 2003/2, 10-19.
The Vitality of Hungarian Tapestry, International Tapestry Journal [Melbourne, Australia], 2003/1, 14-18.
1999 Gender Minefield: The heritage of the Past. N.paradoxa: International Feminist Art Journal, online issue, 1999/11, 4-9.
Dmitri V. Sarabianov and Natalia L. Adaskina: Popova [Book review], Acta Historiae Artium [Budapest], Hung. T. 35.