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Conceptual Sculptures by Adam Niklewicz

Published Aug 1, 2017

Polish-American artist Adam Niklewicz uses household objects to create thought-provoking sculptural pieces.

“Niklewicz’s work thrives on surprise and plays with de-contextualization. The objects of his attention are quite ordinary. These are tables, chairs, plates and a host of other items that have a role to play in the network of daily experiences that define the practical world. Niklewicz stands back and assumes a detached view of the objects attempting to discover new and secret aspects of reality by making obvious things odd and finding playful qualities along with clear and palpable symbolism. Such contemplative detachment translates into absurd situations suspended of practicality but with healthy dose of irony and humor – all communicated through mediums ranging from sculpture, video, installation and conceptual photography.”

— Tatyana Okshteyn, Black & White Gallery

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