Ivana Adaime Makac is a visual artist, born in 1978 in Argentina, she lives in Paris since 2008.
After studies of art history in Universidad de Buenos Aires she obtains her diploma (DNSEP) at École supèrieure d’art des Pyrénées in 2006 and a MA art research at Université Paris-Panthéon Sorbonne in 2010.
Her work has been exhibited in France, Argentina, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Canada, United States, Libya and China.
Solo shows: Ateliers vortex, Dijon, France (2015); Centre d’art contemporain de Pontmain, France (2012); Centre d’art contemporain du Luxembourg Belge, Montauban-Buzenol (2011); La chambre blanche, Quebec, Canada (2008); Ancient French consulate of Tripoli, Libya (2004); Galeria de la Alianza Francesa Central, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2002).
Among the group shows she participated in (selection):
Pages Blanches, interdisciplinary project curated by Alice et caetera, Art Gallery of Nanjing University, China (2019); Domande sul vivente, curated by Gabriela Galati, aA29Project Room, Milan, Italy (2018); All around Us, curated by Ali Momeni, Wood street Galleries, Pittsburg, USA (2017); Enchanter le réel, curated by Claire Lambert, Le bel ordinaire, Billière, France (2017); Naturalia et artificialia, curated by ECCENTRIC Art & Research, Superstudio, Milan, Italy (2016), Pages blanches, La place, Barcelona, Spain(2015); Cabinet de curiosités, Naturalia, Vol.2, curated by Raphael Rivoire, Artothèque de Saint Priest, France (2013); Spécimens, curated by Projet COAL, Domaine de Chamarande, France (2012); Une mouche dans la tête, curated by Virginie Bourget, Clisson, France (2012); PI, Paysage invisible, curated by Hervé Vachez, Gallerie Satellite, Paris (2011);
Salon de Montrouge #55, curated by Stéphane Corréard, France (2010);
Flux-2, Curated by Centre d’art Georges Pompidou, Cajarc, France (2007); Accès(s) Festival cultures électroniques, Pau, France (2007); À suivre, Le bbb, Toulouse, France (2006); Bridgestone Young Artist Biennal, Centro Cultural J.L. Borges, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2000)
She took part of several art residencies programs: Maisons Daura, Residence internationale d’artistes, Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, France (2007),
La chambre blanche, Quebec, Canada (2008), Centre d’art contemporain du Luxembourg belge, Montauban-Buzenol, Belgium (2011) Centre d’art contemporain de Pontmain, France (2012) Domaine de la garenne Lemot, Clisson, France (2012), Le bel ordinaire, Billière, France (2017).
She was nominated to the Projet COAL Prize in 2013, and obtained an honourable mention from the jury at Mulhouse 007 (Fair of young artists graduated in European art schools, Mulhouse, France).