Ivana Blanco Gross is an American post-minimalist conceptual artist born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She studied at the University of Buenos Aires and at the Royal Academy of Art in The Netherlands. Her works have been shown extensively across three continents and is included in private and public collections. She explores the different perceptions of location across geographical space, translating her own connections to people and place into color works and multi-part installations. Specifically, she emphasizes the notion of location through the interaction and intersection of line, color, and geography. Her work often references topographical views of landscapes and cityscapes, and ultimately become intimate time-scapes. She uses different media to express content, such as paint, text, photography, object development, installations, video, and sound.
Ivana is the founder and developer of several public and participative projects, including Un-Send, Grayland, the Whitest white and Hopscotch. Her latest works are a sound compositions based on the environmental sounds of the city of Venice, Italy and a multi part research and sound installation that comments on deterioration of the Arctic Circle. She lectures at universities and colleges throughout three continents; at community based groups as well as congresses and conferences. On occasion, she also gives private presentations. Recent exhibitions for Ivana Blanco Gross include Venice - Italy, Rauma - Finland and Cali - Colombia.
Buenos Aires, Argentina - 2017