Tereza Jindrová (born 1988 in Prague, Czech Republic) is an art critic and curator based in Prague. In General, she is interested in methods of creating curatorial ‘frames’ to layer different interactions between artists, artworks and the public. Recently she is focused on the topic of rational and irrational aspects of healing, irrational beliefs and magic, and gender stereotypes in the context of artistic creativity.
Currently, she works as the Curator and Manager of Public Programs for the Jindrich Chalupecky Society. On a long term basis, she cooperates with the Educational Department of the National Gallery in Prague, with online platform Artyčok.TV and with the Czech Radio. Since 2014, she has been the co-curator of the Entrance Gallery in Prague and has been a board member of Skutek, a Czech association connecting artists and other cultural producers with a focus on institutional politics and the conditions of artistic production. Her previous experiences include working as the Fine Arts editor at A2 magazine, working for Flash Art magazine Czech and Slovak Edition, the Prague Biennale and Meetfactory – Centre of Contemporary Art in Prague.
She studied History of Art at the Charles University and Theory and History of Design and New Media at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague. She was awarded with Věra Jirousová's Award (2013) for art criticism for young authors.
In the past two years, she curated/co-curated Healing at Czech Centre Berlin; performance project of Barbora Kleinhamplová at Art in General, New York; Hanky Panky at Fotopub Festival, Novo Mesto; Apparatus for a Utopian Image at EFA Project Space, New York; Monument – A School of Gestures at CCC Gallery, Beijing; and GIRLFRIEND at National Gallery, Prague.