Vesna Meštrić (1972) is a senior curator in Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb. She graduated both Art History and Archaeology at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Zagreb. In 2005 she started to work in the Museum of Contemporary Art (MSU) Zagreb as curator of Vjenceslav Richter and Nada Kareš Richter Collection. Her researchers' interest includes contemporary art, avant-garde and postmodern movements in art and architecture, and also interpretation and new media in presentation of collection. She is author and curator of various exhibitions: „Croatia First Minute“, David Maljković, Silvio Vujičić, „Experiments - selection of artworks from Richter Collection“, From Architect Archive. Furthermore, she is co-author of exhibition „For active art: New tendencies 50 years later (1961-1973)“, selector of Croatian representatives for Avesta Art, 2006 (biennial exhibition of contemporary art, Sweden), and author of interactive project for kids „Adventures of Vito and Nada“. She is coordinator and co-author of the European exhibition project Bauhaus – Networking Ideas and Practice. She participated in several international scientific conferences and workshops.