Barbora Bartunkova explores how art and visual culture are imbricated in the sociopolitical and historical fabric of Europe, from the nineteenth century to the present. Her research interests include French modernity, interwar avant-gardes, Cold War visual cultures, the history of photography, and cinematic representation. Barbora holds an M.A. with Distinction in the History of Art from University College London. There she also received her B.A. in French with Film Studies, during which she spent a year at the Université Paris-Sorbonne. During her studies in London, she worked at a leading contemporary art gallery and as a Curatorial Volunteer at the Royal Academy of Arts. She further served as a Curatorial Assistant at the Lobkowicz Collections and as a Rights and Reproductions Coordinator at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague.