After studying Social Sciences at Charles University in Prague and London, Denisa Šedivá Haubertová worked in the non-profit sector focusing on cultural differences and minority integration. Since 2005 she has been preparing the first Czech Presidency of the EU Council in the state administration with a focus on cultural events. She initiated the establishment of the European Shoah Legacy Institute. Since 2010 she has worked as a consultant and PR and marketing manager for various, mainly cultural projects (Forman Brothers Theatre, Candole Partners, Plzeň 2015 – European Capital of Culture). She is the co-author of the project Pilsen Icons.

In her independent work she was inspired by life situations in which she found herself. In 2013, she wrote and published the book We and Yoga or the Peaceful Path to Motherhood, which won the title of the Most Beautiful Czech Book 2013 in the field of textbooks, awarded by the Ministry of Culture and the Memorial of National Literature, and the international award Best Graphic Design 2014 in the Arts Books Wanted competition published by LIDU. In 2018, after six years of living with her family in Belgium, she published, with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, the illustrated alphabet book ABCZ or All You Need to Know about Czechia and the Czechs, capturing the complex puzzle of Czech cultural identity. She collaborated with graphic designers Adam Machacek and Sébastien Bohner, the book was 4 years in the making and was awarded as the most beautiful Czech textbook of 2018. In the spring of 2023, she published the ABCZ memory game.

During her diplomatic stay in Belgium, she tirelessly promoted Czech art and design. She initiated and organised the presentation of the jewellery duo Zorya, fashion designer Denisa Nová, glass designer Rony Plesl, studio Dechem and fashion accessories designer Denisa Adolfová. Later, she held the position of cultural attaché for the second Czech EU Presidency and established many contacts with the Belgian and French cultural and artistic scene.

In the summer of 2023, she returned to the Czech Republic with her children after ten years and devoted herself to her passion – Czech collectible design and its promotion, especially ceramics and porcelain. She is in charge of the Křehký brand, where she focuses on young talents in addition to traditional proven collaborations. In addition, she collaborates with designers and creators whom he helps to establish themselves abroad. She represents ceramist Roman Šedina and French artist Elise Peroi. She continues to support his ABCZ project, at the moment by spreading cultural awareness among foreigners living in the Czech Republic.

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