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Zsombor Jékely

ZSOMBOR JÉKELY (Budapest, 1970), PhD, with MA degrees in Art History (ELTE, Budapest) and Medieval Studies (CEU, Budapest). He received his PhD in Art History at Yale University in 2003, hisdissertation is on the medieval frescoes at the Augustinian church of Siklós. Between 2001–2006 he worked the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest, at the Sculpture Department and as one of the curators of the major international exhibition dedicated to King Sigismund. Since 2006, he has been assistant director and then head of exhibition department at the Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, where he was the project manager of exhibitions in the “Renaissance Year” (2008), and the co-curator of the exhibition The Dowry of Beatrice, dedicated to Italian majolica in the court of King Matthias. He is the author of articles and books on wall-painting in medieval Hungary, including books on wall-painting in Transylvania (2008) and North-Eastern Hungary (2009). In 2010, he received aMellonResearchFellowshiptoVilla I Tatti, Florence (Harvard University). Since October 2010, he is the Director of Collection at the Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest.



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