Milutin Gubash (2013)
With essays by Sylvain Campeau, Sandra Dyck, Annie Gauthier, Katarina Gubash, Marie-Claude Landry, Shirley Madill, Crystal Mowry, Mathilde Roman.
Co-published by Carleton University Art Gallery, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Rodman Hall Art Centre, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, and Musée d’art de Joliette.
192 pages, illustrated, hard cover, bilingual
Winner of Honourable Mention, Art Publication of the Year, 2014 Ontario Association of Art Galleries Awards
Milutin Gubash examines the overlap of history, humour and fantasy that distinguishes the multi-faceted practice of the Montreal-based artist. This ambitious, profusely-illustrated hardcover book is published to accompany a series of exhibitions across Canada, each highlighting the past decade of the artist’s practice, and features texts in English and French by seven writers.