Profile: Oana Tanase Curator Last Update:April 7, 2018

Gili Mocanu, Each of Those Two Moments (exhibition view), 2010. Photo: George Vasilache.

Oana Tanase is a Toronto-based independent curator and visual arts researcher. She recently completed a PhD on documentary practices in contemporary art.

Her latest curatorial projects in Toronto include Script, Stage, Screen | Ciprian Muresan (Images Festival) and 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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Gili Mocanu, Each of Those Two Moments (installation in progress, National Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest, 2010. Photo: George Vasilache. Gili Mocanu, Each of Those Two Moments (exhibition view), 2010. Photo: George Vasilache. Gili Mocanu, Each of Those Two Moments (exhibition view), 2010. Photo: George Vasilache. Gili Mocanu, Each of Those Two Moments (temporary outdoor installation), 2010. Photo: Oana Tanase.