Valentina Iancu

Valentina Iancu (b. 1985) is a writer with studies in art history and image theory. Her practice is hybrid, research-based, divided between editorial, educational, curatorial or management activities and oriented towards solidarity, activism, political art. After almost a decade of activating within the National Art Museum of Romania, where she took care of the modern Romanian art heritage and signed a series of extensive exhibitions, Iancu works independently, between Bucharest and Berlin, devoting herself in particular to queer studies of contemporary art. She frequently publishes local and international art history studies, and since 2011 she has been writing for Arta Magazine.

Check out the column of Valentina Iancu - Queering the culture


September 29, 2017


Initially, electronic dance music brought people together more than just under one roof; no matter the race, social class or sexual orientation. An interview with the artists of Corp.

— Valentina Iancu

January 6, 2016

The Kite

In November, CNDB hosted the last part of the educational platform dedicated to Japanese dance (and its intersection with Romanian dance), initiated by Cosmin Manolescu, “Eastern Connections”.

— Valentina Iancu