Zsuzsa László is a researcher and curator at the Central European Research Institute for Art History (KEMKI), Budapest. She is a member of the editorial team of ARTMargins Online, tranzit/hu’s board, and the Hungarian section of AICA. Her forthcoming dissertation discusses the emergence and critique of the concept of East European Art through exhibitions. Recent projects and publications she has co-curated, co-authored, and co-edited explore transnational exhibition histories, artist archives, progressive pedagogies, cultural transfers, and decentralized understanding of conceptualism and neo-avant-gardes in Cold War Eastern Europe, including Resonances: Regional and Transregional Cultural Transfer in the Art of the 1970s (2021‒23), What Will Be Already Exists: Temporalities of Cold War Archives in East-Central Europe and Beyond (2021), 1971: Parallel Nonsynchronism (2018/22), Creativity Exercises (2014/15/16/20), Sitting Together (2016), and Parallel Chronologies (2009–23). (2023)
- co-editor, Spoločné posedenie: Paralelné chronológie zhôd okolností vo východnej Európe / Sitting Together: Parallel Chronologies of Coincidences in Eastern Europe, Bratislava: tranzit.sk, 2017, 26 pp. (Slovak)/(English)
- editor, with Dóra Hegyi and Franciska Zólyom, Creativity Exercises: Emancipatory Pedagogies in Art and Beyond, Berlin: Sternberg Press, Leipzig: GfZK—Museum of Contemporary Art, and Budapest: tranzit.hu, 2020, 380 pp. Publisher, Publisher.  . Review: Suchin (Art Monthly).
- editor, with Emese Kürti, What Will Be Already Exists: Temporalities of Cold War Archives in East-Central Europe and Beyond, Bielefeld: transcript, 2021, 196 pp.