Marie Tomanova (b. 1984 in former Czechoslovakia) is a visual artist living and working in New York City. Through photography, video, installation and performance, her work focuses on the nature of identity, gender, immigration and displacement.

Her first monograph Young American will be published by Paradigm Publishing in winter 2018.
A documentary following Marie’s journey is in making by Academy Award (student) winning director Marie Dvořáková and will be released in 2019.

Exhibition include SPRING/BREAK Art Show, New York; A.I.R. Gallery, New York; Museum Of Sex, New York; Czech Center New York, New York; TED x Prague, Czech Republic, Pragovka Gallery, Czech Republic, Ars Gallery, Czech Republic, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Philadelphia, among others. 

She curated Youth Explosion: The New Bohemia (2016) and co-curated Baby, I Like It Raw: Post-Eastern Bloc Photography and Video (2017), and MUSE MUSE exhibitions for Czech Center New York. She co-curated The Future Is Female for #SAVEARTSPACE public art installation in New York City (2017) and sits on the board for The
New Bohemia Open Call for Czech Center New York (2017).

Publications include Dazed, i-D, VICE, Forbes, Der Spiegel, Purple, Huffington Post, Osmos, Creator’s Project, Numero, Artnet, Office Magazine, Interview Magazine, W Magazine, AnOther Magazine, Artsy, Calvert Journal, Amuse, Art Report, Artalk, and others.

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