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530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Art Golacki
Spectrum Miami
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Still Life in Black with Melons / second variation
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  • Still Life in Black with Yellow Bouquet / second variation
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  • Still Life in Black with Lemon / Second Variation
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  • Still Life in Black with Lemon And Teddy / Second Variation
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  • Still Life in Black with Orange / Second Variation
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  • Still Life in Wet with Lucky Cat / Second Variation
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  • Still Life in Wet with Cara-Cara Orange / Second Variation
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  • Still Life in White with Pomegranate / second variation
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  • Still Life in White with Melons / Second Variation
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  • Still Life in White with Strawberries / second variation
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  • Still Life in White with Heart And Sweets / second variation
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  • Still Life in White with Two Hearts / second variation
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ART GOLACKI

Spectrum Miami
December 5 – December 9, 2018
Reception: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 6-8 PM

Art Golacki’s photographs, installations, and assemblages question the perception of reality and the limits of imagination and intuition. The artist aims to reposition common subjects or environments, evoking a reflective state of contemplation in which habits of labeling and patterning degrade.

In Golacki’s enigmatic still lifes, man-made and organic objects are covered in black paint and arranged to mimic a classical memento mori. The process renders many objects unidentifiable, and thus visually equal, creating a primal, intuitive scene devoid of arbitrary learned judgments and categorical labels.

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