Biography - Igor Grubić

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Igor Grubić (born in 1969, Zagreb) is one of the best known and appreciated international artists from Croatia. His work includes site-specific interventions in public spaces, photography and movie. Grubić has participated at numerous important international exhibitions, among which: the Biennale from Tirana (2003); Manifesta 4 (Frankfurt, 2002); Manifesta 9 (Genk, 2012); the 50th edition of October Salon (Belgrad, 2009); Gender Check, MuMOK (Vienna, 2009); the 11th edition of the Istanbul Biennale (2009); the 2nd edition of the festival of photography Mannheim Ludwigshafen, Heidelberg (2011); East Side Stories, Palais de Tokyo (Paris, 2012); the Biennale from Gwangju (2014); Zero Tolerance, MOMA PS1 (New York 2014); the 5th Biennale from Thessaloniki (2015); Cut / Rez, MSU (Zagreb, 2018); Heavenly Creatures, MG + MSUM (Ljubljana, 2018); The Value of Freedom, Belvedere 21 (Vienna, 2018). His work is included in the collections TATE Modern, the museums of contemporary art from Belgrade and Zagreb, Muzeum Sztuki, Kadist Collection, Kontact Collection and Telekom Art Collection, among others. Grubić represented Croatia at the 58th edition of the Venice Biennale (2019).