Milutin Gubash

It is impossible to identify Milutin Gubash’s work with a specific medium as his highly multidisciplinary practice plays with narrative codes of video, sculpture, photography as much as performance.

Laureate of the Prix Louis Comtois for the City of Montreal in 2019, Milutin Gubash’s work has been widely exhibited throughout Canada, United States and Europe since 2000, including solo exhibitions at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, the Art Gallery of Alberta and Muzej Vojvodina in Serbia among others. His video work has been shown in France, Germany, Spain, England and Mexico. A Canada-wide series of unique exhibitions in six prominent institutions was held between 2011-2013, surveying various aspects of his last ten years of practice. This ambitious series of exhibitions culminated with the publication of a monograph in 2013.

Impossible à centrer autour d’un seul médium, la pratique multidisciplinaire de Milutin Gubash s’amuse à jongler avec les codes narratifs, autant en vidéo, en sculpture, en photographie qu’en performance.

Lauréat du Prix Louis Comtois en 2019 pour la Ville de Montréal, le travail de Milutin Gubash fait l’objet d’expositions solo au Canada, aux États-Unis et en Europe depuis 2000, notamment au Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, à la Art Gallery of Alberta et au Muzej Vojvodina (Serbie). Ses œuvres vidéo ont été notamment présentées en France, en Allemagne, en Espagne, en Angleterre et au Mexique. Il a récemment complété une importante série d’expositions uniques portant sur ses dix dernières années de pratique qui a été présentée dans six institutions canadiennes, qui s’est soldée avec la publication d’une ambitieuse monographie
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