Undergraduate Fine Arts

Ivanco Talevski

Senior Lecturer, Drawing and Painting

B.F.A., Maryland Institute College of Art
M.F.A., University of Pennsylvania

Solo Exhibitions: Proposals for Monuments, Napoleon, Philadelphia (2016); Proposals for Monuments, Prima Center Berlin, Germany; Proposals for Monuments, Magaza, The Museum and Institute of Bitola, Republic of Macedonia (2015); People's Theater of Gevgelija, Gevgelina, Republic of Macedonia (2013) Magaza-Institute and Museum of Bitola, Republic of Macedonia(2012);MC Gallery, NYC(2009) KIC Gallery, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia(2005.) His works have been exhibited at the Print Center in Philadelphia, the International Print Center of New York, the Guanlan Print Base in China, the National Taiwan Museum of Art, the International Print Triennial in Krak√≥w, the Seoul Museum of Art in South Korea , The Metropolitan Museum of Tokyo and the Sakima Museum of Art in Okinawa, Japan, Napoleon in Philadelphia. Awards: G. Holmes Perkins Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award (2013); Pollock Krasner Grant (2011); Guanlan International Print Prize, Shenzhen, China (2009); Elizabeth Greenshields Award, Quebec, Canada (2009,2003,2001); Borislav Traikovski Award, Bitola, Republic of Macedonia (2008); Neil Welliver Award, University of Pennsylvania (2007); Vangel Kodzoman Award, KIC, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, (2006).
 

  • The Father

    etching printed in acrylic, installed on a window at H 18 Gallery in Brussels, Belgium, 22x13", 2015.

     
  • Collapsing Monument

    Collapsing Monument is a performance, manifested in sound, that reflects ongoing conversations between the musician, Vasko Dukovski and Ivanco Talevski. The visual works in the Proposals for Monuments exhibition at Napoleon in Philadelphia act as a score for Dukovski’s search for, and development of, new sounds. 

  • Monument to The Ability of This Country to Bury History

    14x12.5", oil on paper, 2016

  • Home on wheels

  • Ascent