Agata Jakubowska graduated in art history from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, where she worked until 2021 and co-created with Magdalena Radomska the Piotr Piotrowski Center for Research on East-Central European Art. She is currently employed at Warsaw University, where she is conducting research into the transnational history of all-women exhibitions. She is an author and the editor of numerous publications on women's art, e.g. Multiple Portrait of Alina Szapocznikow’s Oeuvre (Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, 2008); Alina Szapocznikow: Awkward Objects (ed., Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, 2011), All-Women Art Spaces in Europe in the Long 1970s (ed. with Katy Deepwell, Liverpool University Press, 2018), and Zofia Kulik: Methodology, My Love (ed., Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, 2019). She has just completed a monograph on Maria Pinińska-Bereś titled Art and the Emancipation of Women in Socialist Poland: The Case of Maria Pinińska-Bereś (Warsaw University Press, forthcoming). Together with Andrea Giunta (University of Buenos Aires), she runs the project Narrating Art and Feminism: Eastern Europe and Latin America (see: www.cah.wnks.uw.edu.pl).