Borbála Kálmán is a Hungarian art historian and curator born in 1982. After spending seven years managing a leading Hungarian contemporary art gallery, she moved to Yangon in April 2014 so as to get a deeper insight in the Myanmar contemporary art scene. Her research fields varied in the past from orientalist painting in the late 19th century through post-war surrealism in Hungary to contemporary art photography; speaking French at a native level, she recently focused on Hungarian-French artistic relations. She has published several articles and interviews in specific art magazines and has also contributed to exhibition catalogues. She has started cooperating for Myanmore in September 2014 to contribute in widening its coverage about the Yangon art scene.
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