Daniel Grúň

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Daniel Grúň (1977, Piešťany) is an art historian, curator, writer and art critic. He studied art history at Trnava University (Slovak Republic). In 2009 he completed his Ph.D. thesis and published a book titled Archeológia výtvarnej kritiky. Slovenské umenie šesťdesiatych rokov a jeho interpretácie [Archeology of Art Criticism. Slovak Art of the 1960s and its Interpretations]. Currently he works as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Theory and History of Art, Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, and as a researcher of the Július Koller Society (since 2009). In 2010 he won the Igor Zabel Award for Culture and Theory. He lives in Bratislava.

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Monographs[edit]

  • Archeológia výtvarnej kritiky. Slovenské umenie šesťdesiatych rokov a jeho interpretácie, Bratislava: Slovart & Vysoká škola výtvarných umení, 2009, 208 pp. [1] Review: Zuzana Chlebová (Knižná revue 2011). (Slovak)

Edited catalogues[edit]

  • with Tomáš Pospiszyl, Július Koller Archive. Study Room, Prague: tranzit.cz, 2012, 24 pp. Catalogue. (Slovak),(Czech)/(English)
  • editor, with Barbora Klímová and Filip Cenek, Mutually: Communities of the 1970s and 1980s / Navzájem: Společenství 70. a 80. let, Prague: tranzitdisplay, and Brno: The House of Arts, 2013, 44 pp. Catalogue. (Slovak)/(Czech)/(English)
  • editor, Július Koller. Galéria Ganku, trans. John Minahane, Vienna: Schlebrügge, 2014. Catalogue. [2] (English)/(Slovak)
  • editor, with Kathrin Rhomberg and Georg Schöllhammer, Július Koller: One Man Anti Show, Vienna: mumok, and Cologne: Buchhandlung Walter König, 2016, 388 pp. Catalogue. [3] (German)
    • Július Koller: One Man Anti Show, eds. Daniel Grúň, Kathrin Rhomberg and Georg Schöllhammer, Vienna: mumok, and Cologne: Buchhandlung Walter König, 2016, 320 pp. [4] (English)

Book chapters, Essays, Reviews, Talks[edit]

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