Tereza Jindrová (born 1988 in Prague) is an art critic and curator.
She works as the Curator and Manager of Public Programs for the Jindrich Chalupecky Society.
She studied History of Art at the Charles University and Theory of Design and New Media at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague.
In the past two years, she curated Alexandra Pirici’s performative project Delicate Instruments of Enagagement at National Gallery, Prague; Healing at Czech Centre Berlin; performance project of Barbora Kleinhamplová at Art in General, New York; Apparatus for a Utopian Image at EFA Project Space, New York.
During her residency, Tereza will do research for forthcoming shows, network and establish a reading group around topics of ofology and feminism.