Over Vladimir Ivaneanu
Vladimir Ivaneanu studied Graphic Design at the WENK, Sint Lucas in Ghent, where he discovered an interest in relief printing. In 2007 he was selected to participate in the Nagasawa Art Park Project in Japan, where he delved into Japanese woodblock printing. He began teaching in the graphic design department of the Academy for Visual Arts In Ghent in 2010, and alongside his work as a visual artist he is also the driving force behind Printstudio 868, a studio space for graphic artists. Besides all of this, he is fascinated by the history of graphic art and illustration, about which he lectures at the Plantin Institute for Typography in Antwerp and elsewhere. His work is situated at the intersections of theatre, illustration and all types of graphic arts.