Born in 1970 in Minsk, Belarus.
1984-1988: studies in the Ahremtchyk National Boarding School of Music and Fine Arts.
1988-1992: studies in the Belarusian Academy of Arts.
1992-1995: studies in the Vilnius Academy of Arts.
1995-1999: teacher in the Belarusian Culture University.
Since 1996 member of the Belarusian Artists Union.
1996: personal exhibition "Mroi" ("Visions") at the National Museum of Belarusian History and Culture.
Since 1997 continues the work of his father, professor Mikhas Ramaniuk, concerning the study of the folk culture and ethnography of the Belarusians. He realizes dozens of independent expeditions throughout the country. The found materials are shown at exhibitions, published and used in books, radiobroadcasts, periodicals and newspapers in Belarus and beyond.
1998: fellow of the Belarusian Journalists Association.
1997-2000: works on the edition of Mikhas Ramaniuk’s monograph "Belarusian popular crosses".
2001: personal photo exhibition "Autapartret na fonye Vilni" ("Self-portrait against a background of Vilnius") at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Minsk.
2001: personal photo exhibition "Stary horad" ("Old Town") at the National Library in Tallinn, Estonia.
2001-2002: creates and publishes the “Belarus” book.
2002-2003: creates and publishes the “Belarusian national Dress”book, the “Igor Barkhatkov” book and the “Belarus” photograph book.
2004: fellow of the “PhotoArt” association.
2004-2006: creates and publishes the “Chernobyl” art and publicistic book dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
2006: Personal photographic exhibition dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant at Bundestag, Berlin.
Personal photographic exhibition “Трагічная прыгажосць” (“Tragic beauty”) and presentation of the “Chernobyl” book at the city hall of Vilnius, Lithuania.
Participant of an exhibition “20 Years after Chernobyl: From Tragedy to Recovery” at the UNO office, New-York.
2007-2008: creates and publishes the “My path Belarus” book.
Dzianis Ramaniuk works as a publisher, ethnographer, photographer, and artist. He took part in dozens of photo and graphic arts exhibitions. Recently, his high-priority research subject is the zone damaged by the disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
Graphic and photographic works of Dzianis Ramaniuk are found in the Museum of Belarusian Contemporary Art, the National Museum of Belarusian History and Culture, Hrodna Museum of History and Culture, the State Gallery of Lodz (Poland), the Agency for the Restoration of the Old Town (Vilnius, Lithuania), etc.