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Katalin SZŐKE

Research interest(s):
public relations in the cultural field


Organization: Kassák Museum
Country: Hungary

Curriculum vitae:
KATALIN SZOKE

b. 1974, Debrecen, Hungary


EDUCATION
2005-2008 Budapest Business School, College of International Management and Business, Department of Social Communication and Media Studies, Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations (Title: Marketing Approach in Management of the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest)
2001-2002 Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Department of Art History, Theory and Criticism. Professor: David Raskin
2001 Master of Arts in French Language and Literature, ELTE University, Budapest
1998 Contemporary art in the museums, institut für kulturwissenschaft, Vienna
1998 Master of Arts in History of Art, ELTE University, Budapest
Diploma: Usage of Photography in Fine Art in Hungary 1970’s--90’s
1992- ELTE University, Budapest
Studies in Art History and French Language and Literature
1988-1992 Neumann Janos High School for Economics, Eger

WORK EXPERIENCE
2011- Head of Communications in the Kassák Museum, Budapest
2010- Head of Communications in the Institute for Contemporary Arts, Dunaújváros
2003 Gallery leader, acb, Budapest
1999- Program manager at Grand Turizmo Art Consulting, Budapest
1997-1999 Program-coordinator at C3 - Center for Culture and Communication, Budapest
1997 Translator of theoretical texts for Mucsarnok / Kunsthalle, Budapest
Assistant, Darius Antiquity, Budapest
As a student, completing her obligatory practical courses at the Institute of Contemporary
Art, Dunaujvaros (ICA-D)

CURATORIAL
2001 The Irokez Collection, Szombathely, Hungary (www.irokezcollection.hu)
Szalai Tibor (1958-1998) Oeuvre Exhibition, Budapest Gallery, Budapest and ICA-D
2000 Changing Your Point of View: The Flexibility of Thought, ICA-D, curator
1996 Art History in Contemporary Art, Uitz Terem, Dunaujvaros, Hungary

PUBLICATIONS
2002 "Guided Tour at Andrea Schneemeier's Exhibition", Ica naplója, 2002. december
"Region Without Borders. An Interview with Attila Csorgo and Gregor Podnar", Műértő, 2002. december, p. 3.
"Meta-art as Artistic Practice and as Interpretive Strategy (On the Retrospective Exhibition of Adrian Piper in Vienna)", Balkon, 2002/10., pp. 31-33.
2001 "An Interview with Peter Szarka", Balkon, 2001/9
"The Deserted City. Tibor Szalai’s Oeuvre Exibition", Balkon, 2001/5
"Varnai Gyula’s Exhibition in the Ludwig Museum", Balkon, 2001/4
"The Appearance of the Irokez Collection", Műértő, 2001/5
2000 "Changing Your Point of View: The Flexibility of Thought", www.ica-d.hu
Michal Kolecek: Area 51, ICA-D (translation from English)
1997 Serge Lemoine: A Kevesebb Tobb
Jean-Luc Soule: Variaciok Fekete-Feherben, texts for catalogue, Mucsarnok / Kunsthalle, Budapest (translation from French)
1996 "Object on a Photogram. Analysis of a Work of Janos Megyik", Argus, 1996/4
1994 Muveszettorteneti Ertesito, Index 1951-1991, Akademiai Kiado, Budapest (co-author)

SPOKEN LANGUAGES
Fluent in French (2000, MA in French Language and Literature )
Fluent in English (1991, Advanced Level State Exam in English, 2008 Intermediate Level Exam in Business English)

STUDY TOURS
2001-2002 Chicago, IL, USA
2000 London, Edinburgh
Ljubljana, Zagreb
1999 Usti nad Labem (CZ)
1997 Amsterdam, Rotterdam
1996 Amsterdam
1994 Paris

OTHER ACTIVITIES
1997 Informal studies at the Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest
(led by Zsigmond Karolyi, Attila Szucs, Peter Kiss)
1993 Member of the Experimental Video-Team, ELTE University,
History of Art Dept.