Cecilia Ivanchevich
     
 

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Project: Cuerpo Social /First phase: El fluir del cuerpo ( 2008 -2010)

For this project I worked on the idea of the human flowing in our society. I tried to approach the individualism of the human being within his living context, that before being aware of its limits has already begun on the other, thus creating this micro and macro scheme, that I have called 'the social body'.
 
   
 

Curriculum

Cecilia Ivanchevich born in February 1977 in Argentina. Ivanchevich obtained a Bachelor of Arts in 2002.

In 2009 she was called by world-wide known artist Luis Felipe Noe, and the curator Fabián Lebenglik, to work as Artistic and Technical Assistant of the Argentine official envoy to the 53rd International art Biennale Exhibition of Venice ( La Biennale di Venezia).

The curator Ana María Battistozzi along with artist Eduardo Stupía convened Ivanchevic to participate with another eight heralded artists at the Ñ cultural magazine stand at the ArteBA 2010 exhibition. Ivanchevich amazed the judges of the contest and obtained the 1st prize.

The following are some of her exhibitions in Argentina:

2010
“La Línea piensa”. Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos Aires.
“Boulogne Sur Mer. Open Studio”. Guest artists: Lymon (music) & Cecilia Ivanchevich (image).
“Lindo lo tuyo”. Museo de Arte Contemporáneo R. Lozza, Buenos Aires.

2009
“Narrativas Cruzadas”. Museo Municipal Bonfiglioli, Villa María Córdoba.
Works exhibited at Benito Quinquela Martín Hall at the Museo B. Quinquela Martín. Buenos Aires.

2008
Ivanchevich-Montesanto. La Paz - Espacio de arte.

2007
Inauguración del Centro Cultural Caras y Caretas. Buenos Aires.

2005
Memoria a 29 años. Exposición colectiva. Universidad nacional de Quilmes, Buenos Aires.

2004
Urban artistic intervention “Barranca Abajo” which was part of the 2nd Ephemeral Art Games. “Una linea en la Ciudad ” realized in three cities simultaneously: Barcelona (Spain), Medellin (Colombia), and Quilmes (Argentina).
Art Installation “Imaginacion Atrapada” at the Pabellon IV gallery.

1997
Pichones - Universidad Nacional de Quilmes.
 

     
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