Monika Pfau, born 1981, is a German-Polish Art Historian. Studies of Art History and Cultural Studies at Humboldt University Berlin. Master thesis on Andreas Gursky (Prof. Dr. Horst Bredekamp/Prof. Dr. Charlotte Klonk). Collection Manager of the Sander Collection Berlin/Darmstadt. There, curator of group exhibition on female art with Marlene Dumas, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Kiki Smith, Vanessa Beecorft and others. Assistant of curator Jan-Erik Lundström at 1. Berlin Photography Festival. Gallery Director of Hengesbach Gallery Berlin/Wuppertal, curating exhibtions on experimental photography with Heinz Hajek-Halke, Michael Reisch, Eno Henze and Amir Fattal and assisting an exhibition on William Eggleston. Curator & Founder of Monika Pfau Temporary Showroom Berlin showing works by Anna Vogel and Louisa Clement (both master-class of Andreas Gursky/Düsseldorf). Collaboration with Hans Haacke. Worked on Art Fairs in Mexiko, New York, Basel and Hong Kong. Internship at Goethe-Institute Lisbon. Double German Design Award Winner 2018 with Gosia Warrink and Katja Koeberlin for AMBERPRESS with „ICOON for refugees picture dictionary“. 2018 teaching position on Stuttgart University focusing on the Contemporary Art Market. Member of advisory committee at Kunstverein Schwäbisch Hall. There, lecture on the Art Market entiteld “Contemporary Art, Power and Market” April 2019. Speech on the opening of Herma Walter Retrospective in Schwäbisch Hall. Teacher at VHS in Öhringen & Schwäbisch Hall on Art Market, May 2019. “Öhringen Art – Postcards” Bookproject 2019.