Judit Radák

Chief Museologist (Photo Archive)

Archive and Documentation Center (ADK)

Judit Radák graduated from the Art History Program of Eötvös Lóránd University (ELTE) in 2003, and from the Portuguese Language and Literature Program of the same university in 2018. She defended her doctoral dissertation on Lajos Vajda’s Pepita Notebooks in 2013.

During her 20 years as an educator, she taught at the University of Theatre and Film Arts, the Metropolitan University, the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, and the ELTE Institute of Art History. Currently she is a docent of the Hungarian Dance University.

She has been on staff at the photo archives of the KEMKI ADK since early 2023. Her main areas of expertise are Lajos Vajda and the Artists’ Colony of Rottenbiller Street, as well as Ilona Keserü’s body of work.

Since 2008, she has been a committee member of the National Secondary School Academic Competition of Art History.

She regularly publishes in professional journals and periodicals, and also speaks at conferences.

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