* Oskár Čepan (1925 – 1992) was a strong critic and art theoretician with a broad scope and sharp general 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. His texts are still valid and surprisingly accurate today.
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Lucia Gavulová is the directress of the Oskár Čepan Award since 2018. She studied the history of art at Comenius University in Bratislava. She is part of a team of Slovak National Gallery since 2014, since 2018 she leads Foundation – Centre for Contemporary Arts.
Peter Liška deals with graphic and exhibition design. His work involves four permanent expositions of the Slovak National Museum, exhibitions and publications for Slovak National Gallery, Slovak Design Centre, Bratislava City Gallery, and more. He is the author of the visual identity of cultural center Stanica Žilina-Záriečie, New Synagogue in Žilina and Bratislava Design Week.
Zuzana Golianová is a theatre dramaturge, provides three custom shows at Rádio Devín, organizes cultural events and festivals, writes and publishes and owns a PR agency, devoted to promoting cultural and social sciences projects.
Lucia Gamanová is a doctoral student in studio Space at the Department of Visual Communication. She graduated from the Departement of Visual Communication and Departement of Applied Art at The Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava. She actively deals with film art direction and theatre scenography. She is a part of the design studio Gamanova Bakushina.