Stanislav Mikuš Artists 2018.08.31 12:52

Stanislav Mikuš

 

Bronze Victory Sculpture(filled back)  (L) 20 x (W) 32 x (H) 40cm  2018 

 

Brief Profile

Academic Sculptor

Slovakia

 

Education

1969 – 1973, Artistic-Industrial High School in Kremnica, Slovakia, specialization in industrial design.

1974 - 1980, College of Fine Arts in Bratislava, Slovakia – Department of Sculpture by Prof. R. Pribiš

 

2000 - Present,Sculptural monumental formation in Slovak architecture,the exterior sculptural composition & the decorative sculptural work

-The formation of exterior creative sculptural compositions, a sculptural group and a diverse collection of sculptural works

-The formation of exterior monuments, plaques, sculptures and busts

-Designing the decorative sculptural work for gardens and interior decorative sculptural work - in the area of glass, ceramics, bronze, stone, and specifically malleable and moulded materials and structural metals; The special emphasis is given on the figural female torso, nudes, or, more precisely, composition.

 

1984 – Present, Authorial exhibitions, specifically participation in collective exhibitions abroad:

1984 – Volgograd, Moscow, Kazan 

1985 – XII. World Festival of Youth and Students, Krakow

1985 – XII. World Festival of Youth and Students, Moscow

1985 – Exhibition called “Man of our time”, Prague

1988 – Formation of young people, Moscow 

1989 – Art-Gallery Kalvestr, Amsterdam 

1990 – Current Czechoslovak medal and small sculpture – Chinese National Library, Beijing        

1990 – Current Czechoslovak medal and small sculpture – Gallery, Novosibirsk 

1990 – Oesterreichisch-Slovakisches Kulturinstitut, Schloss Potzneusiedl a Galerie Mitte  

1991 – S. Mikuš - bronzes, Tel Aviv        

1991 – Bratislavaer Kuenstler, Austrotel Hotel – Felber Strasse Wien         

1991 – Slovakische Maler der Gegenwart, Tschecho-slowakischen Handelszentrum, Frankfurt an Main 

1992 – S. Mikuš – bronzes, Tel Aviv        

2007 – Slowakische Kunst gegen Faschismus - Werte und Varmächtnisse, Slovak Institute in Vienna

2015 – Glass Sculptures and Vases - Sense Art Switzerland, Zürich

2017 – Glass Sculptures and Vases - Gallery Krause, Zürich-Pfäffikon

2018 – Glass Vases, Slovak House, The Winter Olympics PyeongChang 2018, Seoul

2018 – Glass Sculptures and Vases, RHY Art Fair 2018, Basel

2018 - Glass Sculptures and Vases, Glass Art Gallery, Zürich

2018 - Bronze Sculptures and Glass Vases, the International Modern Art Exhibition, KEPCO Art Center Gallery, Seoul

 

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