Vladimir Guculak’s works explore randomness as a principle of order, unravel hidden perspectives and highlight the epics in the everyday.

Through mixed media and found objects, particularly foraged items, his work reflects ideas of ecology and environmental awareness in minimalist and abstract ways. Vladimir works extensively with collage, photography, embroidery, and printmaking. Most of his works represent natural and cultural contexts and reflect particular physical locations. He is fascinated with picking out certain elements of the landscape and showcasing the natural world's beauty.   

Vladimir graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2012 and has lived and worked in London ever since. He has exhibited since 2017 in a number of independent shows and larger mixed exhibitions. 

He is a visiting lecturer at Vilnius University, Kingston University, the University of Greenwich, the National School of Landscape Architecture of Versailles and has been teaching at the Bartlett, UCL since 2020.

Selected Exhibitions 

2024, RA Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK
2024, Red House Museum Open Art 2024, Red House Museum, Christchurch, UK
2024, Wind, Sand and Stars, Feelium Gallery, London, UK

2024, Cosmoscope, Torriano Meeting House, London, UK
2024, Then and Now, VAS Centenary Exhibition, The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, UK
2024, Urban Exhibition, The Glasgow Gallery of Photography, Glasgow, UK
2023, Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize Exhibition, Trinity Buoy Wharf, London, UK
2023, The Turner House Open Exhibition, Penarth, UK
2023, Through the Looking Glass, Mall Galleries, London, UK
2023, RA Summer Exhibition Shortlist, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK
2023, Royal West of England Academy - Annual Open Shortlist, Bristol, UK
2022, RA Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK
2022, The Wild Collective, Thrown Contemporary Gallery, London, UK
2021, Rus in Urbe, solo show, Versailles, France
2017, Botanical Beauty, Riverside Gallery, Richmond, UK
2017, Open Open, Swiss Cottage Gallery, London, UK
2017, Awagami International Miniature Print Exhibition, Inbe Art Space, Japan
2017, National Original Print Exhibition, Bankside Gallery, London, UK
2012, Edinburgh College of Art, Degree Show, Edinburgh, UK


2024, Sh*tscapes, Vladimir Guculak, Paul Bourel
2017, Landscape Observer: London, Vladimir Guculak
2017, The Book of Circles: Visualizing Spheres of Knowledge, Manuel Lima
2017, Rakes Progress, issue 5
2012, Strootman - Strategies for the Sublime, C3 Publishing