Profile: OANA TANASE curator Last Update:May 1, 2016

Oana Tanase is a Toronto-based independent curator and researcher. She holds a MA in Art History and Theory from the National University of Arts in Bucharest, Romania and is currently completing her PhD thesis that aims at discussing documentary practices in contemporary art.

Her latest curatorial projects in Toronto include Moving Right Along | Nicolas Fleming (with Shani K Parsons at TYPOLOGY), Dan Perjovschi: As If All Yesterday’s News Should Be Rehearsed Today For A Better Tomorrow (YYZ Artists’ Outlet); Community (Love) Creates Change (with Denise Moraze at Peter MacKentrick Community Gallery); and Before and After: Celebrating 100 Years of The Barns (with Vid Ingelevics at Artscape Wychwood Barns). Previously, she worked as a curator at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Bucharest (2006-2012) and as an assistant curator at the Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst in Leipzig (2005-2006).

Selected Work

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