Mihov, born in 1986 in Bulgaria, began his art in 2015 as an exercise in mindfulness and creativity, which has progressed since on a self-taught path. His art is often inspired by semiotics and is designed to challenge the thinking of the observer with the unravelling of a story in each of his works.
Mihov often utilises oils in combination with precious metals to generate the illusion of minute, constantly occurring colour changes, dependent on the intensity of light and the observers’ viewing point. This is part of Mihov’s aim to question the conditions of appearance and perception.
Mihov currently works and lives in London.
Works have been featured in Forbes Magazine among other US and UK media outlets.
During October 2016 and February 2017, two paintings were made as billboards and exhibited on the London Tube and LA’s Grand Union Station respectively.
Art pieces have found homes with collectors from the UK, Europe and South East Asia.
Upcoming events: The Flux Exhibition, July 12-16th 2017, Chelsea College of Arts, London