Mirela Ivanciu

Mirela Ivanciu's specialization is in contemporary photography and new alternative media (Laureate Diploma in Theory at Jan van Eyck Academy, the Netherlands and MFA in Fine Arts, Photography Department at SUNY at Buffalo, US). Her work addressed primarily issues such as impermanence and love, the relationship between the artworld and everyday life. She exhibited internationally- mainly in the Netherlands, US, China and UK). She has worked with a variety of techniques and media, the favorite one being site-specific work that involves light. She is currently enrolled into a PhD program at UNA with a research proposal on The Crossroads of Contemporary Art and Buddhism – Mindfulness in Everyday Life and the Problem of Selflessness. She currently works in the Documentation Department of MNAC.
Who Mirela Ivanciu Born Romania, 1970
What Artist Artisticname Mirela Ivanciu
Activity Gathering Romania
Tel 0722670212 Email mirrormoonwater@yahoo.com


Nothing Special reworked after the meeting from Sibiu

Cinematic arts participative, political, public space, city, collective, conceptual, digital, interactive, iron

Nothing Special

Other collective, landscape, participative

Exhibitions (selection)

  • 2009 Traces-Contemporary Romanian Art, UNA Gallery, Bucharest
  • 2008 Traces-Contemporary Romanian Art, CIAC at Pont Aven,France
  • Else Gallery at Sacramento, California
  • Selby Gallery at Ringling School of Art and Design, Sarasota, Florida, US
  • 2006 Account -First decade, Mogosoaia Palace and Pogany Gallery, Romania
  • 2006 Narcissus, Bradford Gallery, Bradford UK
  • 2004 Beyond Recall and Desire, Imagine Gallery, Beijing
  • 2004 Ar-T and Francophonie, Yan Club , Beijing
  • 2002 Close Up, Upton Gallery, Buffalo State College, NY, US
  • 2002 A Tenderness for Everything That is Always to be Lost, Buffalo; NY
  • 2002 8, Capen Hall, University at Buffalo
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Awards and Scholarships (selection)

  • 2002 Mark Diamond Research Fund Grant
  • 2001 Video Production Grant of the Niagara Council of the Arts
  • 1999-2000 Jan van Eyck Academy Grant, Maastricht, The Netherlands
  • 1998-1999 UNESCO-Aschberg Grant, Maastricht, The Netherlands
  • 1996-1997 British Council Grant for MA in British Cultural Studies

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