* Oskár Čepan (1925 – 1992) was a strong critic and art theoretician with a broad scope and general solid knowledge, a devoted editor and anthologist, an erudite and receptive author of texts about contemporary Slovak visual art, a philosopher, theoretician, historian and critic. He played an essential role in the Slovak history of visual art of the 20th century, and his texts are still valid and surprisingly accurate today.
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Andrea Kutlíková is the Director of Oskar Čepan Prize since 2023. She is a project manager who has worked in a number of coordination and management positions at both domestic and international projects, co-founded the Kalab Centre, and has extensive experience in managing independent organisations, cultural, community, arts and minority and marginalised group programmes. She started working intensively on these topics during her internship at Finish Lifelong Learning foundation in Helsinki after college and continues to do so intensively today.
Patrícia Chamrazová, active as an assistant and production manager in the Oskár Čepan Award, is a media artist. She comes from Slovakia and is currently based in Vienna. She received her Bachelor's and Master's degree in Intermedia at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava. She now continues her studies in Transmedia Art at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. She actively participates in various international exhibitions, projects and residencies.