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Date Of Death:
July 12, 1931
Birth Place:
Budapest, HUNGARY
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Date of Death: July 12, 1931

Birth Place: Budapest, HUNGARY
Viktor Mitic to Make U.S. Debut with Latest Installation INCIDENT in D.C.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 10, 2013

Canadian visual artist Viktor Mitic has been invited to Washington, DC for a showing of his recent work of art titled 'Incident'. This timely and important art installation for 'The Newtown Project: Art Targets Guns' at the First Congregational United Church of Christ, will be a highlight at the Exhibit's opening weekend, April 5th and 6th. The installation will then move to George Mason University's main campus outside of Washington in Fairfax County, Virginia, where it will be displayed near the George Mason School of Art Building, April 8th through the10th. Mr. Mitic's latest large scale installation piece is a bullet-riddled yellow school bus, which he turned into a work of aesthetic and thought-provoking art by using over 6,000 bullets fired from various assault rifles, shot-guns and semi-automatic weapons. 'Incident' was previously displayed in Toronto, Canada in 2012 and was dedicated to victims of gun violence. (more...)

Canadian Artist Viktor Mitic Invited to Washington, DC to Debut INCIDENT, 4/5
by BWW News Desk - Apr 2, 2013

Canadian visual artist Viktor Mitic has been invited to Washington, DC for a showing of his recent work of art titled 'Incident'. This timely and important art installation for 'The Newtown Project: Art Targets Guns' at the First Congregational United Church of Christ, will be a highlight at the Exhibit's opening weekend, April 5th and 6th. The installation will then move to George Mason University's main campus outside of Washington in Fairfax County, Virginia, where it will be displayed near the George Mason School of Art Building, April 8th through the10th. Mr. Mitic's latest large scale installation piece is a bullet-riddled yellow school bus, which he turned into a work of aesthetic and thought-provoking art by using over 6,000 bullets fired from various assault rifles, shot-guns and semi-automatic weapons. 'Incident' was previously displayed in Toronto, Canada in 2012 and was dedicated to victims of gun violence. (more...)