Tereza Buskova

Tereza Buskova (b.1978, Prague) is a Czech artist who has been based in London after completing her Fine Art Printmaking MA at the Royal College of Art in 2007. Her intuitive practices capture and renew Czech folk traditions through a combination of film making, screen printing and performance. She has proudly developed collaborative creative relationships with actress playwright Zoë Simon, pioneering electric cellist Bela Emerson and the foremost of curators including Elizabeth Neilson amongst others. Critics and collectors have described how her works are ‘hard to pin down and utterly captivating’. One year on from her first solo show, the Art’s Council UK, Czech Centre, 176 / Zabludowicz Collection & others joined together in support of her ‘Spring Equinox’ project. In the summer of 2009 this culminated in the acclaimed exhibition “A Tradition I do Not Mean To Break”. She has won international awards in countries including Canada and Estonia as well as the UK. Within one year of graduation from the RCA Buskova exhibited throughout the world. This included her first solo show ‘Rituals’ which was curated by Vincent Honore at the David Roberts Art Foundation. Following on from this she has been repeatedly chosen from thousands of emerging artists to be selected for highly competitive showcase exhibitions. In particularly Axis selected her works for Future50 and Anita Zabludowicz championed her for the first time in MurmurArt at Selfridges. read full statement

Location London