Tina Teufel is an art historian and curator. She has studied art history, history and Italian in Salzburg, Austria, and Perugia as well as Venice, Italy. After working in different institutions such as the International Summer Academy Salzburg and Dia Art Foundation in New York, she has joined the Museum der Moderne Salzburg in 2003. As a curator she has been working on exhibitions with artists like Etel Adnan, Stephan Balkenhol, Tanja Boukal, Rudy Burckhardt, Andrea Fraser, Alexander Hahn, Rebecca Horn, Carolee Schneemann, and Nancy Spero since 2006. Together with Wulf Herzogenrath and Toni Stooss she curated the museum’s centennial exhibition John Cage and … Visual Artist- Influences, Impulses presented in 2012, to point out one of the most important group exhibitions she co-curated. Parallel she curated exhibitions in numerous galleries and independent art spaces. She has been in juries of the Arts and Culture Division of the Federal Chancellery of Austria and the County of Salzburg and is a member of the consulting committee for the visual arts of the County of Salzburg. Tina currently lives in Salzburg, Austria.