EDUCATION

Master of Fine Arts (Photography), Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, 2000.
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Photography), University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, 1997.
Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy), University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, 1994.

SELECTED SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2020-2023
Some Birds Conseil des arts et des lettre du Québec and Place des arts commissioned multiscreened video wall, Montreal, Quebec.

2018-2020
Lamps, 1000 Years, and The Magician’s Hand in the Cold Light of Day Musée d’art contemporain Laurentides, Saint Jerome, Quebec.

2016
Long Way Gone Galerie Trois Points, Montreal Quebec.

2015
Ordinary folk Galerie Trois Points, Montreal, Quebec.

2013
In Union, Fonderie Darling, Montreal, Quebec.

2012
Consolation, Galerie Joyce Yahouda, Montreal, Quebec.
Milutin Gubash: Les faux-semblants,Musée d’art de Joliette, Joliette, Quebec.
Milutin Gubash: All in the Family, Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.
Milutin Gubash: Situational Comedy, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, Ontario.
Milutin Gubash: Remote Viewing: True Stories, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta.

2011
Milutin Gubash: The Hotel Tito, Rodman Hall Arts Centre / Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario.

2010
Tito mon ami et d’autres histoires, Sagamie, Alma, Quebec.
You, Me and You (two person collaboration with Annie Gauthier), Articule, Montreal, Quebec.
Born Rich, Getting Poorer (1–4), AXENÉO7, Gatineau, Quebec.

2009
Rich, Getting Poorer (1–4), SPOROBOLE arts actuel, Sherbrooke, Quebec.

2008
Born Rich, Getting Poorer (1–2), OPTICA, Montreal, Quebec.
Lots, Art Gallery of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta (circulated as part of the MACM Projections series).
Lots, Zavod za Kulturu Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia (circulated through Serbia, July–September 2008).
Which Way to the Bastille?, Espace Virtuel, Chicoutimi, Quebec.

2007
Which Way to the Bastille?, Galerie RLBQ, Marseille, France.
Which Way to the Bastille?, Galerie 3015, Paris, France.
Welcome to Palookaville, YYZ Artists’ Outlet, Toronto, Ontario (commissioned for the IMAGES Festival).
Lots, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec (circulated as part of the MACM Projections series)Birds, Galerie Thérèse Dion, Art Contemporain, Montreal, Quebec.

2006
Near and Far, Stride Gallery, Calgary, Alberta.

2005
Near and Far, VU, Quebec City, Quebec (in conjunction with 3e Manifestation internationale d’art de Québec).
Near and Far, Gallery 44 and Solo Exhibition Space, Toronto, Ontario.

2004
Milutin Gubash and Isabelle Hayeur,PAVED Art + New Media,Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

2003
Plan Large, Quartier éphémère, Montreal, Quebec.

2002
Playing Possum,Latitude 53 Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta.
Dream Factory (collaboration with Althea Thauberger), Open Space,Victoria, British Columbia.
Playing Possum, Access Artist-Run Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia.

2001
Playing Possum, Gallery TPW, Toronto, Ontario.

2000
In and Out of Grace, Galerie Vox, Montreal, Quebec.
Playing Possum, Espace 410: Edifice Belgo, Montreal, Quebec.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2019-2020
Flux Identity, touring exhibition National Gallery of Skoplje Macedonia, Cultural Centre of Tivat Montenegro, Museum Rajko Mamuzic in Novi Sad Serbia.

2019
Le vrai du faux / True or False Art Souterrain for Nuit Blanche, Montreal Quebec.

2019-2020
Flux Identity, touring exhibition National Gallery of Skoplje Macedonia, Cultural Centre of Tivat Montenegro, Museum Rajko Mamuzic in Novi Sad Serbia.

2019
Le vrai du faux / True or False Art Souterrain for Nuit Blanche, Montreal Quebec.
Milutin Gubash spotlight Monomotopia, Lille France.
Milutin Gubash spotlight Saison Video, Lille France.
De Ferron à BGL, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, Quebec.
D’où venons-nous? Que somme-nous? Où allons-nous?, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, Quebec.

2018
La Biennale Internationale d’Art Numerique 2018 (Internaional Digital Art Biennial), Montreal Quebec.

2017
Geopoetics, Stewart Hall, Montreal, Quebec.
Rencontres Internationales Paris / Berlin, Paris France and Berlin Germany.
Documenter, Raconter, Mentir, for Occurrence 25th Anniversary, Mexico City, Mexico (travelling).

2015
Monument to the Victims of Liberty, AxeNeo7, Gatineau, Quebec.
S’endormir près du monument pendant la révolution, Université du Québec en Outaouais.
Incarnations, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, Quebec.

2014
ENTRE-DEUX, Astérides, Marseille, France.

2013
Séjour temporaire | altération provisoire, Vaste et Vague, Carleton Sur Mer, Quebec.

2012
Take Me to the Other Side, Art Souterrain for Nuit Blanche, Montreal, Quebec (live performance).

2011
The King of the Gypsies, Art Souterrain for Nuit Blanche, Montreal, Quebec (live performance).

2010
Péripetiés, organized by le Programme des tournées du Conseil des Arts de Montréal (touring to Maisons de la culture Plateau Mont-Royal, Côte-des-Neiges, and Frontenac, Quebec).
They Don’t like Our Jokes Because They Are So Stupid, Art Festival of Hay, England (screenings throughout England).
Les Visiteurs, Le Festival 360 degrés festival de photographies contemporaines du paysage, Joliette, Quebec.
La Colonie, Deschambault, Quebec.
Catastrophe, 5e Manifestation internationale d’art de Québec, Quebec City, Quebec.
New Work, Miami Art Museum, Miami, Florida.

2007
Lost in The Forest, 8e Manifestation Internationale Vidéo et Art Electronique Montréal, presented by Champ Libre, Montreal, Quebec.

2006
Make Believe, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

2005
Private Matters, Public Matters, Strand on Volta, Washington D.C.
Cynismes?, 3e Manifestation internationale d’art de Québec, Quebec City, Quebec.
Off Grid, Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.
Teletaxi, Year01 withDare-Dare and C.R.U.M., Montreal, Quebec.
In Every Dream Home, A …,Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

2003
Tommorrow’s News, Galler Hippolyte, Helsinki, Finland and Gallery 101 Ottawa, Ontario.

2002
Wreck Room, Helen Pitt Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia and Art System Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.

2001
To Remain At A Distance,Open Space, Victoria, British Columbia.

GRANTS & AWARDS

2019
Prix Louis Comtois, Visual arts laureate of the City of Montreal (shortlisted in 2013, and 2015).
Canada Council for the Arts, Visual Arts – Explore and Create.
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Visual Arts – Travel Grant.

2018
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Visual Arts – Production Grant.

2017
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Visual Arts – Travel Grant.

2016
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Visual Arts – Paris Studio Residency.

2015
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Visual Arts – Production Grant.

2011
Canada Council for the Arts, Visual Arts – Long Term Grant 2011-2013.
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Visual Arts – Publication Grant (publication).

2010
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Visual Arts – Production Grant.
Canada Council for the Arts, Visual Arts – New Production Grant.

2007
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Visual Arts – Production Grant.
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Visual Arts – Travel Grant.

2006
Canada Council for the Arts, Visual Arts – Travel Grant.
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Visual Arts – Production Grant.
Canada Council for the Arts, Visual Arts – New Production Grant.

2004
Saskatchewan Arts Board, Visual Arts – Creation Grant (mid-career).

2003
Canada Council for the Arts, Visual Arts – Creation / Production Grant.

2002
British Columbia Arts Council, Production Grant.

2001
Canada Council for the Arts, Visual Arts – Travel Grant.
Canada Council for the Arts, Visual Arts – Creation / Production Grant.

COLLECTIONS

National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.
Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec.
Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, Quebec.
Musée régionale Rimouski, Rimouski, Quebec.
Musèe d’art de Joliette, Joliette, Quebec.
Ville de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec.
Ville de Laval, Laval, Quebec.
Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, Ontario.
Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary, Alberta.
National Bank of Canada, Montreal, Quebec.
Hydro Quebec Corporate Collection, Montreal, Quebec.
Norton Rose Fullbright, Montreal, Quebec.
Giverny Capital, Montreal, Quebec.

ART FAIRS

2017
Art Toronto (Galerie Trois Points), Toronto, Ontario.

2016
Volta New York (Galerie Trois Points), New York.
Papier 16 (Galerie Trois Points booth), Montreal, Quebec.

2014
Feature Art Fair (Galerie Trois Points booth), Toronto, Ontario.
Papier 14 (Galerie Trois Points booth), Montreal, Quebec.

2012
Toronto International Art Fair (Galerie Joyce Yahouda booth), Toronto, Ontario.

2011
Papier 11 (Galerie Joyce Yahouda booth), Montreal, Quebec.

2011
SHOW OFF (Galerie Vanessa Quang booth), Paris, France.

2007
Toronto International Art Fair (Galerie Thérèse Dion booth), Toronto, Ontario.

2005
Toronto Alternative Art Fair International (Solo Exhibiton Gallery booth), Toronto, Ontario.
Canadian Art Foundation Auction, Toronto, Ontario.

WEB PROJECTS and TELEVISION BROADCASTS

Five 30-second excerpts from Near and Far for commercial television broadcast (concurrent with gallery exhibition) :

ONE (ongoing regular airings throughout Canada).
SCN (2004–2006, regular airings throughout Manitoba and Saskatchewan).
TVA and Vox Montreal (January–March 2007).
Global Calgary (April–May 2006).
Shaw Cable Calgary (April–May 2006).
The NewRO Ottawa (April–June 2005).
Radio Canada Quebec (April–May 2005).
Toronto One (January–February 2005).

Re-enacting Tragedies While My Parents Look On
Commissioned by Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver (launched in Vancouver for INFEST February 2004 and Montreal for Le Mois de la Photo September–October 2003).

RESIDENCIES

2016
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Paris, France.

2010
Sagamie Centre for Contemporary Digital Art, Alma, Quebec.
La Bande Video, Quebec City, Quebec.

2009
Daimon, Gatineau, Quebec, Quebec.

2008
Sagamie Centre for Contemporary Digital Art, Alma, Quebec 2002.     Banff Centre for the Arts,Up Front and Personal, Banff, Alberta.

MONOGRAPHIC PUBLICATIONS

MILUTIN GUBASH, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Musée d’art de Joliette, Carleton University Art Gallery, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Rodman Hall Art Centre, 192 pp. 80 ill. coul., hardcover, 2013.
WHICH WAY TO THE BASTILLE?, VU Québec,  64 pp. 10 ill. coul., softcover, 2007.


SELECTED CRITICAL REVIEWS and ARTICLES

Anne-Marie St-Jean Aubre, tba, Esse arts + opinions, 2020.

Noa Bronstein, “I’ll be your Mirror,” c magazine, Issue 141, Spring 2019.

Sylvain Campeau, “Ordinary Folk,” Esse art + opinions, No. , Winter 2016.

Jérôme Delgado, “Tous contre le monument,” Le Devoir, 10 October 2015.

Valerie Lessard, “Revoir le communism,” Le Droit, 03 October, 2015.

James D. Campbell, “Milutin Gubash,” Magenta, Summer/Fall 2015.

Chantal T. Paris, “Migrations,” Espace, No. 111, Autumn 2015.

André-Louis Paré, “Milutin Gubash,” Espace, No. 110, Spring/Summer 2015.

Jérôme Delgado, “La photo tous azimuts,” Le Devoir, 21 February 2015.

Anne-Marie St-Jean Aubre, “Séjour temporaire | altération provisoire,” Esse arts + opinions, No. 80, Winter 2014.

Jérôme Delgado, “Livre Milutin Gubash — Milutin Gubash,” Le Devoir, 21 September 2013.

Anne-Marie St-Jean Aubre, “Milutin Gubash: Les faux-semblants et Consolation,” Ciel Variable, No. 94, Spring 2013.

Joseph Henry, “Milutin Gubash at Darling Foundry,“ Blouin ArtInfo Canada, May 2013.

Marie-Ève Charron, “Tout Milutin Gubash en mode compact,” Le Devoir, 11 May 2013.

Sylvain Campeau, “Milutin Gubash: œuvres à l’abandon!,“ Huffington Post, 7 May 2013.

Illyana Antonovich, “Milutin Gubash at Darling Foundry,“ Akimbo, April 2013.

Jérôme Delgado, “Le leurre efficace de Gubash,” Le Devoir, 8 December 2012.

Anna Khimasia, “Milutin Gubash: All in the Family,” BlackFlash, Vol. 29, Issue 3 (September–December 2012).

Sandra Dyck, “Family Matters: Milutin Gubash’s History of Home,” Canadian Art, Vol. 29, No.3 (Fall 2012).

Éric Clément, “Milutin Gubash : la quête racinaire,” La Presse, 28 September 2012.

Marie-Ève Charron, “L’idiot et son double,” Le Devoir, 1 September, 2012.

Dave Mabell, “Artist’s show designed to trigger response,” Lethbridge Herald, 22 June 2012.

Katy Le Van, “Erin Shirreff et Milutin Gubash À la Galerie d’art de l’Université Carleton,” VOIR Ottawa/Gatineau, 12 April 2012.

Mathilde Roman, “Filmer l’intime,” Raison-Publique.fr, 2 May 2011. http://www.raison-publique.fr/article416.html.

James Campbell, “Péripéties,” Ciel Variable, No. 86, Fall 2010.

Barbara Garant, “Tell Them,” VOIR Saguenay/Alma, 30 September 2010.

Robin Fadden, “Watch and Learn,” Hour Montréal, 1 April 2010.

Christian Gattinoni, “Monde cruel!,” Area revue)s(, No. 21, Winter 2010.

Katy Le Van, “Fiction et réalité,” VOIR Ottawa/Gatineau, 18 February 2010.

Dominic Tardif, “Les Gubash,” VOIR Estrie, 19 November 2009.

Sylvain Campeau, “Sous le grotesque,” ETC. Montréal,  No. 86, 2009.

Jérome Delgado, “Dans l’ame créatrice,” Le Devoir, 16 November 2008.

Sylvain Campeau, “Publications J’ai VU,” Ciel Variable, No. 79, Summer 2008.

Christian Gattinoni, “Les « non! » du Père d’un parking canadien à la reprise de la Bastille,” La Critique, Winter 2008.

Milutin Gubash, Which Way to the Bastille? (Quebec: Éditions J’ai VU, 2007).

Élène Tremblay ed., L’Image ramifée (Quebec: Éditions J’ai VU, 2007).

Sylvain Campeau, “Milutin Gubash: Un appareil fictionnel,” ETC. Montréal, No. 79, 2007.

Dick Averns, “Make Believe – Art Gallery of Alberta,” Canadian Art, Spring 2007. 

Wes Lafortune, “Western Artists to Watch,” Galleries West, Winter 2007.

Isa Tousignant, “The boy’s club of contemporary art,” Hour Montréal, 22 February 2007. 

Cinq à Six with Patti Schmidt, CBC Radio One, 10 February 2007.

Louise Simard-Ismert, Lots (Montreal: Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, 2007).

Christine Redfern, “Noisemakers 2007,” Montréal Mirror, 4 January 2007. 

Jennifer McVeigh, “Milutin Gubash,” Canadian Art, Winter 2006, 88–89.

Socket, CBC Radio, 29 August and 5 September 2006.

Christopher Willard, “Near and Far,” C Magazine, No. 90, Summer 2006. 

Jennifer McVeigh, “Gubash goes near and far through Calgary: video artist asks how we fit in city,” The Calgary Herald, 13 May 2006.  

Christian Bök, “Playing Dead,” Avenue Magazine, May 2006.

Jeremy Klaszus, “Why the province’s artist-run centres are important,” Alberta Views, May 2006. 

Kim Simon, “Near & Far,” Stride Gallery exhibition brochure, April 2006.

Mélanie Boucher, “Polymorphous Works: Three Classic Examples,” Espace, No. 75, Spring 2006. 

Michael Sullivan, “When Is a Gallery Visit of Value?,” The Washington Post, 2 December 2005. 

Lucy Hogg, “Public Matters, Private Matters: Video Works by Osman Bozkurt, Allyson Clay, and Milutin Gubash,” Strand On Volta, November 2005. www.strandonvolta.com.

Line Dezainde “Micropolitique urbaine,” Voir Ottawa, 28 April 2005. 

Nathalie Guimond, “Envoyez-moi le 235,” Voir Montréal, 7 April 2005.  

Bernard Lamarche, “Taxi suivez cette oeuvre,” Le Devoir, 2–3 April 2005. 

François Dion, “Si prés, si loin,” VU exhibition brochure, April 2005. 

Catherine Farquharson, “Subtle Suicide Chronicles: The Disturbing Distancing Effect of Milutin Gubash’s Videos,” NOW Toronto, Vol. 24, No. 20, 13–20 January 2005.

Todd A. Davis, “The Voice,” Gallery 44 exhibition brochure, December 2004.

“Playing the Victim,” CBC Radio 3, edition 3.13.  www.cbcradio3.com/issues/2004_12_03/ web-based culture journal.

Artist’s project with Annie Gauthier, “Vous nous resemblez / Do you look like us?,” Esse Ideas + Opinions, No. 52, 2004.

Artist’s project, BlackFlash, Spring 2004. (concurrently distributed through Charles H. Scott Gallery Vancouver, and PAVED Art + New Media, Vancouver).

Arja Maunuksela, “The News Happened Here”, Helsingin Sanomat, 31 May, 2003.  

Gilbert Bouchard, “Landscape as Urban Myth: the Photographs of Milutin Gubash,” The Edmonton Journal, 20 September 2002.   

Todd Janes, “Milutin Gubash,” fifty3 (Latitude 53 Gallery publication), September 2002.

Artist’s project, “Playing Possum,” distributed by Access Artist-Run Centre, Vancouver and The Georgia Straight, Vancouver: Vol.36, No. 1781, 7–14 February 2002.

Nadine Nickull, “Playing Possum,” Access Artist-Run Centre exhibition brochure, February 2002.

“Playing Possum”, MIX Magazine, Winter 2002.

Andrew James Paterson, “Milutin Gubash: Playing Possum,” Lola, Winter 2001-2002.  

Jennifer Rudder, “Milutin Gubash: A Cure for Death by Immersion,” Gallery TPW online exhibition catalogue, September 2001. www.photobasedart.ca/html/Essays/GubashEssay.html. 

Jessie Lacayo and Todd A. Davis, “To Remain at a Distance,” Open Space exhibition brochure, 2001.

Henry Lehman, “At the Galleries,” The Montreal Gazette, 13 May 2000.    Milutin Gubash, “Grace et Disgrace,” Galerie Vox Journal, No. 8, 1999–2000.

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