Mak Hubjer is a Bosnian-Herzegovinian visual artist and artist of social practice. While diverse in its form, his visual and performative practice explores the relationships between public space, memory, and monuments, prone to questioning the phenomenology of socio-political relations. Encouraged by the urban setting, he creates or intervene in public spaces, searching for ways in which the relationships between monuments, public spaces, and (collective) memory can be(come) deconstructed, revealed, or even revived. Although pursuing notions that are generally and widely familiar and recognizable, his practice is often inspired by and rooted in my most immediate surroundings. During the most recent years, drawing inspiration from the current community, Mak Hubjer has sought to put forth claims of competing memories that exist on the territories of other societies. While remaining conscious that the links between identity and monuments are by definition borders – not only socio-political but also cultural and semiotic – and that these links refer to imaginary spaces that vary between each community with a claim to them, he decided to propose alternative artistic approaches to reveal the tensions that are the basis, not only of certain historical narratives disseminated by way of art throughout the urban fabric, but also of its multiple and unpredictable processes of distortion, reinterpretation, and erasure.


Mak Hubjer (1993) is a visual artist and artist of social practice. After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo (2018), he received his master’s degree at the Art Academy in Split, Department of Painting. He is a member of the Croatian Association of Visual Artists-Split. His work was shown at multiple national and international exhibitions. Through performative and visual practices he reflects on political and social subjects. Works done in the studio are paintings and mixed materials installations. He is the founder and director of the Brodac Gallery Sarajevo (2016).




2022 Clear Conscience/ In the Shadow/ Waldinger Gallery-Osijek

2022 Poetics of Memory/ Karas Art Hub-Zagreb

2022 FLAGS/ Salon Galić-Split

2022 Clear Conscience/ In the Shadow/ Shira Gallery-Zagreb

2021 Clear Conscience/ In the Shadow/ Galerija Kortil-Rijeka

2021 Clear Conscience Video Salon/ Info Zona-Split

2021 Clear Conscience/ In the Shadow/ Gallery of Fine Arts-Split

2021 Clear Conscience/ In the Shadow/Zlatna Vrata, Split

2019 Clear Conscience/ FRAC Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur

2019 900/Novecento ft Max Papeschi/The Historical Museum of BiH

2019 Piano,Piano-Zvono Gallery

2018 Piano/Visual Introduction-Gallery Charlama Depot

2018 Clear Conscience/ Collegium Artisticum Sarajevo

2016 Venice Biennale of Architecture/ Urban Think Tank

2016 Re-fju-dži Exhibition Cabaret Voltaire Zurich

2016 Re-fju-dži Exhibition Presevo (Serbia)

2015 Live from Zurich-Performance (live painting) PHS

2014 Live from Srebrenica



2022 SouthWest–NorthEast/ Uniarts-Kuva/Tila-Helsinki

2022 57th Zagreb Salon-Curated by Leila Topić/ Meštrović Pavillion

2022 Collection Pierre Courtin/ KRAK-Bihać (BiH)

2022 ReMemory/ Brodac Gallery Sarajevo

2021 Almissa Open Art Festival/ Omiš (Croatia)

2021 (a)political landscape/ Art Centar Gračanica (BiH)

2020 Outer Self/ EastTopic Gallery/ Budapest

2018 Sarajevo storage/ IGP, Tuzla

2018 Sarajevo storage/ National Gallery of BiH

2018 BJCEM Landxcapes Curated by Salvatore Tramacere

2018 No budget Biennale-Charlama gallery, Curated by Jusuf Hadžifejzović

2017 “Yebiha”-Collegium Artisticum/Curated by Sanela Nuhanović

2016 Dislocation-Collegium Artisticum/ Curated by Sanela Nuhanović

2015 Passage-Sarajevo BiH/Curated by Bojan Stojčić

2015 Tramvaj u Zvonu- Gallery Zvono

2015 Izložba na Šinama, Sarajevo

2015 Bahanalije In situ art fest-Kino 1. Maj

2014 Postizborna Trauma/ BKC-Sarajevo