Zsófia Rechnitzer is a curator and art market expert with a broad understanding of the Eastern European art scene and its market. In 2013, after completing a BA in Curating and Art Theory at the Hungarian Fine Art University, Zsófia moved to Paris then to London to acquire an MA in History and Business of the Contemporary Art Market at the internationally renowned IESA.
During her studies she worked as gallery manager of contemporary art galleries and curator for profit and non-profit organisations both in Budapest and London. She is a co-founder of the Budapest-based artist run space Roham, strategy developer of the Kovásznai Research Centre and a regular contributor for the Artmagazin Online.
Among others she has previously collaborated with the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest, Goethe Institute and the Hungarian Pavilion at the 54th Biennale di Venezia. Her expertise of Eastern European art was acknowledge by Austin / Desmond Fine Art in London which allowed her to realize the first presentation of Hungarian conceptual art of the 1970s and 80s in the UK.