Vjera Borozan (1977) is director of the National Museum of Montenegro and of the online platform for contemporary art Artyčok.TV. Borozan graduated in art history from the Philosophical Faculty of Charles University in Prague with her thesis on Jaroslav Čermak. She taught at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Brno and the Academy of Arts, Design and Architecture in Prague. She collaborated with the initiative tranzit.cz. Borozan has curated numerous international projects, including the Prague Biennial (2011), the Altruism Project at Bonn Kunsterein (2010), solo exhibitions of Harun Farocki (2009) and Stano Filko (2008), and the international group exhibitions I invited a couple of friends to cast their glances in Zagreb (2006) and Invisible Things in Budapest (2007). From 1979 she lived in Cetinje, Montenegro, and moved to Prague in 1991.
- editor, Close-Up: Post-Transition Writings, Prague: Artycok TV/Academy of Fine Arts, 2014, 167 pp. (English)/(Czech),(Romanian),(Hungarian),(Serbian)