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Life and work
Mir was born in Poland in 1967; she grew up in Sweden, studied in New York, lived in Palermo, Sicily, and now lives in London. Her work has been shown at Tate Modern, London; at the Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt; at M - Museum Leuven; at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City; and at the Mercosul Biennial in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
In First Woman on the Moon (1999), Mir converted a Dutch beach into a moonscape for one day with the help of bulldozers. The video of this event has been presented at multiple venues, at the International Space University, Strasbourg  and at the UK Space Conference, Liverpool, 2015.
For Newsroom 1986–2000 (2007), Mir with a group of assistants copied 240 NYC tabloid covers in felt-tip marker and mounted them in an ever-revolving installation to simulate the daily workings of a Manhattan newsroom. Mir has created a series of large scale murals using only Sharpie marker pens.
In Triumph she collected 2529 trophies from the general public of Sicily and exhibited them all in one installation at the Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt (2009). It traveled to the South London Gallery for the London Olympics in 2012.
Mir has created Plane Landing, a real size helium inflatable jet plane, meant not to fly, but to hover above the ground as "a sculpture of a jet plane in a permanent state of landing".
- Stuart Comer, Valentina Ravaglia ([s.d.]). Aleksandra Mir. Tate Modern. Accessed March 2016.
- Sandra Danicke, Plunder des Triumphs, Frankfurter Rundschau, 13 May 2009
- Sam Steverlyncky, Een kleine stap voor een vrouw, De Standaard, Brussels, 5 December 2013
- Sarah Gascone, The Whitney's Hidden Gems: 10 Masterworks Not to Miss in the New Building, artnet news, 24 April 2015
- Ryann Donnelly, Built to Spill, Interview Magazine, 24 October 2011
- Francisco Dalcol, Obra que simula queda de satélite em Porto Alegre abre 9ª Bienal do Mercosul, Zero Hora, 12 September 2013
- Alex Renton, Never boil and avocado, and other handy tips, The Times, 20 August 2009
- Paula Forbes, The How Not to Cookbook: Lessons learned the Hard Way, the Anti-Cookbook, Eat Me Daily, 24 August 2009
- Lars Bang Larsen, First Woman on the Moon, Frieze, London, #50, January 2000
- Will Bradley, Life and Times: Aleksandra Mir, Frieze, Issue 75, 2003
- Nancy Spector, All the World..., Frieze, Issue 98, London, April, 2006
- Jeroen Junte, Kunstenares Mir landt op strand, De Volkskrant, Amsterdam, 27 August 1999
- Tim Griffin, Openings: Aleksandra Mir, Artforum, NYC, February 2003
- Lecturers, International Space University, Strasbourg, 2015
- Speakers, UK Space Conference, Liverpool, 2015
- Gibbs, Jonathan (2 November 2003). "Talk of the Town: Pink Tank". The Independent on Sunday. Archived from the original on 2005-09-04. Retrieved 2017-01-01.
- Steven Stern, Newsroom, Frieze, #115, London, May 2008
- Simon Houpt, Yesterday's front page turns into today's art, The Globe and Mail, Toronto, October 22, 2007
- Roberta Smith, New York Stories: Art Torn Screaming From the Headlines, Then Hung on Walls, New York Times, October 20, 2007
- gninja, Review of "Newsroom 1986 – 2000": What Is Roberta Smith Going on About?, Art(h)ist'ry, 20 October 2007
- Jen Schwarting, Aleksandra Mir Newsroom 1986-2000, The Brooklyn Rail, NYC, November, 2007
- James Reinl, 9/11 art and the 'Course of Empire' , Al Jazeera, NYC, 10 September 2015
- Johanna Hofleitner, Albertina: Zeichnungen zimmern, Die Presse, Vienna, 21 May 2015
- Catherine Gaffney, Going for Gold: Aleksandra Mir investigates our relationship with the trophy, itsnicethat, London, July, 2012
- Aidan Dunne, A Sligo group show dreams big and succeeds, The Irish Times, Dublin, 10 September 2015
- Aleksandra Mir's home page
- Sculpture Unlimited, Institute for the Fine Arts and Cultural Studies, Linz, Austria
- Tara Expeditions, Antarctica
- Aleksandra Mir at Drawing Room, London
- Aleksandra Mir at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
- Aleksandra Mir at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
- Aleksandra Mir at South London Gallery