Nicolas Holiber: Striving For Perfectly Imperfect Art

Brooklyn-based artist Nicolas Holiber is an avid collector of urban detritus. Gathering the often-ignored scraps strewn across city streets including wooden shipping pallets and other industrial objects familiar to dwellers of sprawling metropolises, Holiber revitalizes these materials by converting their scraped, faded, splintered, cracked and uneven surfaces into unconventional three-dimensional artistic gestures.

In his current exhibition Stolen Idols on view at Harlem’s Gitler & ...

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