Hana Buddeus is a researcher in the Institute of Art History of the Czech Academy of Sciences and a member of the Institute’s Photography Research Centre (CVF). Her research interests include 20th century art history and photography histories, with special focus on its intersections, such as circulation of art through the medium of photography. In 2017, her dissertation was published under the title Zobrazení bez reprodukce? Fotografie a performance v českém umění 70. let 20. století [Representation without Reproduction? Photography and Performance in 1970s Czech Art]. From 2016 to 2020, she took part in the five-year "Sudek Project" dealing with a large collection of photographs of artworks taken by a Prague based photographer Josef Sudek. She edited Sudek and Sculpture (2020) and Instant Presence: Representing Art in Photography (with Vojtěch Lahoda and Katarína Mašterová, 2017) and curated several exhibitions on the topic. Since 2021, she is also a member of the curatorial team of the Fotograf Gallery in Prague.