Various installations of Petra Ondreičková were displayed at many major thematic exhibitions of contemporary art in the 1990s. They were always typical of their empathy for inconspicuous human stories and everyday events. On the other hand, the artist knows how to handle aesthetics in a very refined manner as she demonstrated it in her designs of interiors, on which she frequently cooperated. By herself, she designed the interior of the well-known design Kaaba café in Prague, which is famous for its 1960s style. In the second half of the 1990s, Ondreičková ran her own gallery Noon which specialized in contemporary young art. She studied in Bratislava and Prague. She comes from a family of artists and her brother Boris, too, is a successful artist. In recent years, Ondreičková has engaged in painting. In the beginning, she produced carved color surfaces which she used to create kind of crystal models with frames shaped in accordance with their geometry. Later she focused on glued collages resembling her older installations in terms of themes and form. At present, she also makes oil paintings.
* 1968, Bratislava, Slavakia