Magdalena Wróblewska, Ph.D., is an art historian, a specialist of modern art and culture, with special focus on museology and photography's history and theory. Assistant professor at the Faculty of „Artes Liberales”, University of Warsaw, and Head of Research Department in the Museum of Warsaw. A visiting fellow of Kunsthistorisches Instiut in Florenz- Max- Planck- Institut, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Lieven Gevaert Reseach Centre for Photography at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Ruskin Library at Lancaster University, Henry Moore Institute in Leeds. She is the author of Fotografie ruin. Ruiny fotografii. 1944-2014/ Photographs of ruins. Ruins of photographs. 1944- 2014 (2014); “Things in a museum”, in: Things of Warsaw (2017). Co-curator of Room of Portraits in Museum of Warsaw. In the ECHOES project, she participates in the work package on City Museums and Multiple Colonial Pasts.