Wiktor Komorowski is a third-year History of Art PhD student at the Courtauld Institute of
Art, London. He received his BA degree in History of Art and Portuguese from the
University of Manchester and his MA degree in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of
Art, London. His research focuses on the exhibitions of prints in Eastern Europe and the
relationship between the art world and the Cold War politics. He is particularly interested in
the curatorial strategies developed to negotiate power split in the authoritarian countries.
Wiktor’s project is supervised by Dr Klara Kemp-Welch and is supported by the Arts and
Humanities Research Council, UK. Wiktor has recently curated an exhibition of Polish
contemporary art at the POSK Gallery in London titled Migrant’s Dream and acted as a
consultant appointed by the Ben Uri Gallery, London for the exhibition titled Art Out of
the Bloodlands: A Century of Polish Artists in Britain.