Agnieszka Gniotek

(born in 1975) - art historian and critic; curator of exhibitions and open-air events; juror of competitions in the field of contemporary art, photography and design; lecturer in the field of collecting, art and photography market, alternative investments, promotion and career building strategies in the art world. She published in, among others, IKS Informator Kulturalnego Stolicy, Art & Business, Exit, Pulsie Biznesu, Modern Art, Antykach, Business Class, Format,, Dilemmas Magazine, Private Banking, Cash Magazine.

Professionally associated with art for 20 years, with the art market for 10 years. She worked at, where i.a. ran the Gallery in Fabryka Trzciny and prepared the auction project Polska Fotografia Kolekcjonerska. For 7 years she has had her own company, under which she organized auctions and exhibitions for the Polswiss Art auction house and Pragaleria, as well as charity auctions for foundations and associations, including The Aperio Association, the Synapsis Foundation, the Lepszy Start Foundation, and the Help for Children Foundation. Xanadu is her original project, for which she bears full substantive and financial responsibility.

Zofia Modzelewska

A graduate of the Institute of Art History at the University of Warsaw. He specializes in Polish art after 1945, in particular in issues related to photography and graphic design. He is also interested in Polish design, illustration and fashion history. She devoted her master's thesis to optical and kinetic aspects in the work of Wojciech Zamecznik. She completed student internships at the Archeology of Photography Foundation, helping, among others in the digitization of Wojciech Zamecznik's works, as well as an internship at Galeria Le Guern. She worked in the Exhibitions Office of the Warsaw District of ZPAP and in Pragaleria, incl. by organizing and promoting contemporary art exhibitions and auctions.