photo Michał Białożej
DOBROMIŁA BŁASZCZYK & SYLWIA KRASOŃ —
Editors-in-Chief of Contemporary Lynx Magazine.
DOBROMIŁA BŁASZCZYK — art historian, curator and author of texts about art. She’s the co-founder of the Contemporary Lynx organisation and press outlet established in London (2013), as well as the editor-in-chief of Contemporary Lynx Magazine and President of the Contemporary Lynx Foundation in Warsaw. She obtained her MA degree in art history from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. At Starmach Gallery, where she worked in the years 2009–2016, she organised and coordinated exhibitions, art fairs and projects in close collaboration with institutions and art collectors from Poland and abroad. Previously she worked with, among others, Galerie Parrotta Contemporary Art in Stuttgart, lokal_30 in Warsaw, Kraków Photomonth Festival, Art Agenda NOVA and East of Art Foundation (2007–2008). She was involved in organising the 7th edition of Biennale Jeune Création Européenne in Montrouge, France. Member of competition juries, lecturer, moderator and participant of panel discussions held in Poland and the UK.
SYLWIA KRASOŃ — art historian, co-founder of Contemporary Lynx organisation and independent press outlet established in London (2013), editor-in-chief of Contemporary Lynx Magazine and Vice-President of the Contemporary Lynx Foundation in Warsaw (since 2018). She obtained her MA degree in art history from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, as well as an MA degree in arts policy & management with a specialisation in curating contemporary art from the Birkbeck College of the University of London. She worked at the Saatchi Gallery in London, Phillips de Pury Auction House and Barbican Art Gallery, where she joined the curators’ team as an intern and contributed to the creation of the exhibition Bauhaus. Art of Life. She run her own London-based art gallery Wrong Door in 2012. Author of texts about art and culture, member of competition juries, conference speaker, guest and moderator of discussion panels held in Poland and the UK.