Ivana Blanco Gross is an American post - minimalist - conceptual artist born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1965.
Blanco Gross studied at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, NL (KABK). Her work explores the different perceptions of location across geographical space, translating her own connections to people and place into color.
Specifically, she emphasizes the notion of location through the interaction and intersection of line, color and geography. She uses different media to express content; such as paint, text, photography, video and sound.
Blanco Gross is the founder and developer of a number of projects, including Un-Send and Grayland. Her latest conceptual creation is Hopscotch, a multimedia installation based on the works of Argentine writer Julio Cortázar.
Since 2005 Ivana Blanco Gross has been a member of the American Association of Photojournalists and of the Society of Professional Journalists as well as recognized member of the American Women Photographers Association.
Her works have been shown extensively across three continents, and are included in private and public collections.
Blanco Gross splits her time between her studios in New York, Miami and s'Hertogenbosch (The Netherlands).