Vic Mihatovic

  • 2019     M.A. Fine Art, Sculpture, Royal College of Art
  • 2016     B.A. Studio Art Sculpture, minor in Women’s and Gender Studies, Sonoma State University

Vic Mihatovic is a multinational artist living in London and working internationally.  They have exhibited in the US, UK, and Europe. Along with large scale public art in California, their work sits in private collections in San Francisco, Los Angeles, London, and Amsterdam. They participated in the 2019 Venice Biennale Research Pavilion projects, had their work in The Guardian magazine and produce gallery shows and commissions, while experimenting through their daily visual arts practice.

I refer to most of my work as ApocalypticExpressionism. This is an ongoing investigation into how religion, trauma, peak capitalism, and white supremacist hetero-patriarchal oppression effect our day to day lives. I am interested in what futures we might create in order to endure. In order to do be open to these futures, we must first come to terms with the state of the world and our own identities. My work, using a variety of visual mediums, repurposing discarded industrial materials, reaches into the depth of the hidden aspects of ourselves and how our personal histories are shaped and situated within the larger context of sociopolitical power, so that once aware, we may break free.

Selected Events
  • 2020     The Co 19 Project, creator
  • 2020     Mars & Beyond, OXO Tower Bargehouse, London
  • 2019      Nasty Women Team Femke, De Balie, Amsterdam
  • 2019      Wording Concluding Seminar, Exhibition Laboratory, Helsinki
  • 2019      Wording, Research Pavilion Venice Bienalle, Sala del Camino, Giudecca, Venice
  • 2019      The Muse Summer Group Show 2019, The Muse Gallery, London
  • 2019      Teaser, Courtyard Gallery, London
  • 2019      Critical Matter, Dyson Gallery, London
  • 2019      Love Stories, ArtNumber23 Gallery, London
  • 2019      Cross My Heart, ECA Sculpture  Court, Edinburgh
  • 2019      Petting Zoo, Hockney Gallery, London
  • 2019      Riposte London Launch, Riposte Gallery, London
  • 2018      In Plane Site, Hockney Gallery, London
  • 2018      Darwinism, Royal College of Art, London
  • 2018      Sleep and the Unconscious, Savoir Beds, London
  • 2018      SuperCult, Hockney Gallery, London
  • 2017      The NewDarkroom, Dyson Gallery, London
  • 2017      theNeuwPolitic: Artists Explore A Juried Regional Competition, Petaluma Arts Center, California
  • 2017      Nasty Women Amsterdam, Josilda da Conceição Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • 2017      SNAP!, Arc Gallery, San Francisco, California
  • 2016     Origins (solo show), Sonoma State University Art Gallery, Rohnert Park, California
  • 2016     Vision: An Artist’s Perspective. Kaleid Gallery, San Jose, California
  • 2016     Sonoma State University Juried Student Exhibition. Sonoma State University Art Gallery, Rohnert Park, California
  • 2016     What’s Right, What’s Left: Democracy in America. Phoenix Gallery, Chelsea, New York
  • 2015     Sonoma State University Juried Student Exhibition. Sonoma State University Art Gallery, Rohnert Park,
  • 2015     California COMMENCE: Sculpture Projects
  • 2015     Outdoor Public Art. Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California
  • 2015     Figuratively Speaking. Sonoma State University Library Gallery, Rohnert Park, California
  • 2013     Lance Van Gils Benefit Art Auction. Americano Gallery, Los Angeles, California
  • 2012     Diamonds in the Rough. American Steel Gallery, Oakland, California


Public Art

  • 2017      Spark 9.12.15 Lagunitas Brewing Company. Petaluma, California
  • 2016      COMMENCE: Sculpture Projects
  • 2015      Temporary (now in private collection). Rohnert Park, California


Relevant Experience

  • 2019      Visiting Lecturer, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • 2018      Visiting Lecturer, University of Westminster, London, England


Awards and Residencies

  • 2020     Mark Tanner Sculpture Award Short List
  • 2018      Benson-Sedgwick Engineering AiR programme, London
  • 2017      theNeuwPolitic Best In Show Prize
  • 2016      Steve Norwick Memorial Research Grant




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