Magdalena Radomska is a post-Marxist art historian and historian of philosophy. She is currently Assistant Professor at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland. She holds a PhD in art history and has received scholarships from the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest, and the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. She was a director and lecturer on the course Writing Humanitiesafter the Fall of Communism in 2009 at Central European University in Budapest. In 2013, her book The Politics of Movements of Hungarian Neoavantgarde(1966–80) was published. Currently Radomska is engaged in research into post-communist art in post-communist Europe (with a grant from the National Science Center) and a critique of capitalism in art (the book The Plural Subject: Art and Crisis after 2008). She is studying for a second PhD and her thesis will be on post-Marxism. She is a member of both the Polish and Hungarian branches of AICA and editor of the journal Czas Kultury. Radomska is a founder and director of the Piotr Piotrowski Center for Research On East-Central European Art.