Anežka Bartlová studied Art History at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, Art Theory and History at UMPRUM, and was awarded a doctorate in Theory and History of Contemporary Art from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. She is editor of the book Manuál monumentu (UMPRUM, 2016). She participated in the running of the INI Gallery and the Věry Jirousová Award (2014–2016). In 2016–2019 she was editor of the journal art+antiques, and since 2018 she has been a member of the editorial board of Notebook for Art, Theory and Related Zones. At present she is the editor-in-chief of Artalk.cz. She specialises in the criticism of art, cultural institutions and memory, and their manifestations in public space. In 2014, she was awarded the Věra Jirousová prize for Young Art Critics. Her work is published in art+antiques, Flash Art CZ/SK, A2, and on the platforms Artalk.cz and a2larm. Anežka Bartlová is a member of the Skutek Society, a solidarity platform for communication inside and outside the art scene, for which she prepared the brochure Sociální postavení umělce/umělkyně, kurátora/kurátorky a kritika/kritičky (The Social Status of Artists, Curators and Critics) (2018).