Sebastian Cichocki is the chief curator and head of research at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. Selected exhibitions curated and co-curated by Cichocki at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw include: ‘Who Will Write the History of Tears. Artists on Women’s Rights’ (2021), ‘The Penumbral Age. Art in the Time of Planetary Change’ (2020), ‘Never Again. Art against War and Fascism in the 20th and 21st centuries’ (2019). Other recent curatorial projects include ‘The Postartistic Congress’, Sokołowsko (2021), ‘Primary Forms’, exhibition at primary schools around Poland (2021), Bródno Biennale, Warsaw (2018). Cichocki also curated the Polish Pavilion at the 52nd and 54th Venice Biennales of Art (in 2007 with Monika Sosnowska, in 2011 with Yael Bartana). He has curated exhibitions in the form of a novella, radio drama, opera libretto, parade, garden, post-growth residency programme, and performance lectures. Cichocki is one of the founding members of The Consortium for Postartistic Practices and The Office for Postartistic Services. He is a 2018 fellow at the Center for Curatorial Leadership, MoMA, New York..