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Petra Kralickova

Director of Exhibitions, and Curator, Art

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kralicko@ohio.edu

Petra Kralickova

Director of Exhibitions, and Curator, Art

Petra Kralickova divides her time between creating her own artwork and working as a Director of Exhibitions at Ohio University School of Art Galleries, and a curator at Kennedy Museum of Art. Her most recent curatorial projects were exhibitions such as Jim Dine: Sculptures and Large Prints (2011), Phantoms, Shadows and Phenomena (2011), collaborative exhibition with Mark Dion entitled Collections Collected: The University Collects and Athens Collects Miniatures (2009), catalogue publication and exhibition of ceramic artist Sunkoo Yuh, titled Cultural Order, Natural Chaos (2010) and Buttress, an outdoor large scale site-specific installation by artist DeWitt Godfrey.

Kralickova exhibited her sculptural installations at galleries such as Black and White Gallery (Brooklyn, NYC), Smack Mellon (Brooklyn, NYC), Tacoma Contemporary (Tacoma, WA), and Sculpture Center, (Cleveland, OH). Kralickova’s work was selected in juried and invitational group exhibitions, such as the Fort Wayne Museum of Art in Fort Wayne, IN; Louise Jones Brown Gallery, Duke University in Durham, NC; Outworks Gallery in Winnipeg, Canada and the Majestic Galleries in Nelsonville, OH.

As an independent curator, Kralickova will present a lecture on Collections and Student Engagement at the 2014 Association of Academic Museums & Galleries Conference in Seattle, WA and was invited as a juror for the Ohio Art’s Council 50th Anniversary Exhibition at Riffe Gallery, Columbus, OH (2015). Kralickova was a guest curator for exhibitions such as the 2007-2008 exhibition season at the ROY G BIV Gallery, Columbus, OH, and a juror for the first annual 2007 Height x Width x Depth exhibition at the Rosewood Arts Center Gallery, Kettering, OH.

Lab Space:

Kennedy Museum