His work is liked by:
Ana Lima-Netto, Opere Scelte,


Judas
Icarus
The Little Prince
A + E
Father
Personal Jesus
The Mill Wheel (Merry Go Round)
Gladiators
Start
Atlas
Freedom
The Candle March

Miro Trubač

Lives and works at Trnava, Slovakia

Born 14.03.1986

Curriculum

EDUCATION 2016 Acadamy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava, Doctoral level (Assoc. Prof. Ján Hoffstädter), SVK 2005 - 2011 Acadamy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava, Master level (Prof. Patrik Kovačovský), SVK 2007 one semester intership: University of Arts in Poznań (studios: Prof. Jan Berdyszak), PL 2001 - 2005 Josef Vydra School of Applied Arts, Bratislava, Department of Sculpture in Stone, SVK -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MEMBERSHIPS 2015 - Present Sculpture Network, Munchen, Germany 2012 - Present Resculpture.sk, Assocation of Sculptures, Bratislava, Slovakia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2017 About the Country, AF Gallery, Trnava, Slovakia 2016 Disturbia, Výklad Gallery, Trnava, Slovakia. 2015 J.R.D. (Made At Home), Jan Koniarek Gallery, Synagogue - Center for Contemporary Art, Trnava, Slovakia. 2011 Y - Point for Youth, East Slovak Gallery, Košice, Slovakia. HANDS - Nomad, Sociological Laboratory, Outdoor Gallery, Nitra, Slovakia. Bipolar Correlation , Jan Koniarek Gallery, clUb3, Trnava, Slovakia. 2009 Time, Chemistry Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2017 Personal Structures - open borders (Time, Space, Existence), collateral event of 57th Biennale di Venezia, Palazzo Mora, Venice, Italy. 2016 The 40th Anniversary of GJK, Jan Koniarek Gallery, Koppel Villa, Trnava, Slovakia. 18 of Us, SVU, Gallery Umelka, Bratislava, Slovakia. 6th Biennial of Creative Visual Arts , Turiec Gallery, Martin, Slovakia. Modern Art Slovakia / Kunst aus Trnava, Landesgalerie Burgenland, Eisenstadt, Austria. 2015 ŠUR + ŠUP + ŠUV = 85, ZOYA Museum, Modra, Slovakia. Biennial of small scale sculpture Pezinok/Bratislava, (Inter)generation Paradoxes, STATUA Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia. 2014 RETROSPECTIVEPREVIEW, Freshmen´s Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia. Trenčín 2014 - Selection from Contemporary Slovak Sculpture, The Gallery of Miloš Alexander Bazovský , Trenčín, Slovakia. Space & Co., Gagarinka Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia. 2012 David Černý, Géza Szollósi, Miro Trubač, Katarína Galovič Gáspár, Julie Haluzová, River Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia. DISEGNO INTERNO (Concepts of Sculpture), SVU, Gallery Umelka, Bratislava, Slovakia. 2011 Young Wood, Medium Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia. Sculpture and Object XVI. - International sculpture exhibition, Hviezdoslav Square, Bratislava, Slovakia. 2009 Young Art Show 2, Dom umenia, Piešťany, Slovakia. 2008 The Polyreactions - Dimension of Contemporary Sculpture, Parter Gallery, Lódź, Poland. 2007 Sculptors about themeselves and their work ( Sculptural Drawing ), 35 mm Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PROGRAMS 2015 XIII International Forum 2015 / Sculpture Network 90 seconds artist presentations , Presentation, Altes Rathaus, Linz, Austria. PechaKucha Night Grape edition, Presentation, Grape Festival 2015, Piešťany, Slovakia.

Statement

Through sculptures I am trying to express the narratives that often draw on the memories and situations that seem to me paradoxical, absurd and insoluble. I am concerned with figurative sculptures devoid of any ideological and political indications or purely conceptual thinking. I reflect on the situations that shape my value system in relation to reality. The narratives express my personal experiences, the situations I shared with my family or close friends. "The narrative has always been important to me as a basis for conflict and its related emotion." My memories are rendered in images proven by time. Introspection is an important point in my search for subject matter. The themes are inspired by my memories of childhood and adolescence, by the situations associated with my adulthood based on my experiences shared with people I respect. This is one of the motifs I have incorporated in my sculptural compositions of male figures and activities. My work is subtly interwoven with the motifs of doubts and their clarification, a material expression of the situation, in fact its logical evaluation. The figures depicted as protagonists of situations in everyday life enable me to draw attention to the current social situation, to the position of people in society, to their loneliness. Ethical elements in my works aim to teach and simply illustrate extraordinary situations arising from the essence of human existence.

Tina Prize - Roma Artists Tina Prize - Berlin Artists Tina Prize - Bercelona Artists