Mihai Iepure Gorski
(b. 1982, RO)
Portrait of Mihai Iepure Gorski. Photo: Twitter.
Born in 1982 in Alba-Iulia, Romania, Mihai Iepure Gorski is a contemporary artist working and residing in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Encompassing video art, photography and installation art, Gorski is a contemporary artist rooted in a post-conceptual tradition.
Gorski's works are based upon the nuanced notion of perceiving and understanding our reality. Beside his artistic practice, the multimedia artist often acts a curator. Further, the post-conceptual artist is one of the main representatives of the contemporary art scene in Cluj, Romania.
Mihai Iepure Gorski has studied at the University of Art and Design in Cluj-Napoca, achieving his MA in 2007. Gorski has been represented in Romania by galleries such as BARIL Gallery in Cluj-Napoca or Galerie Sandwich in Bucharest and has participated in the 2015 Art Encounters Biennial in Timisoara, Romania.
Beside his presence in the Romanian contemporary art scene, Gorski has had international group shows since the second decade of the 21st century. Doing so, Gorski has participated in group shows at institutions such as the Vajda Lajos Museum in Szentendre, Hungary; ICR Venetia in Venice, Italy and the Centrum Sztuki Wspolczesnej Laznia in Gdansk, Poland.
Mihai Iepure Gorski, Souvenir, 2014. Four dried plum trees – variable dimensions. Courtesy Art Encounters Foundation.
Mihai Iepure Gorski, Untitled, 2014. Digital video. Editions 1-5 of 5 + 2AP. Courtesy BARIL, Cluj-Napoca.
Mihai Iepure Gorski, Absence From the Art Scene Doesn’t Mean I’m Not Here , 2009. Text on fabric – 285 × 70 cm. Courtesy BARIL, Cluj-Napoca.