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30th anniversary
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SELECTED WORKS BY Steven Gontarski

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Steven Gontarski
Lying Active (Dying Captive)

1998

PVC, polyester wadding, synthetic hair and wood

193 x 193 x 53 cm
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Steven Gontarski
The Fourth Prophet (through the eyes of the one left behind) I

2004

Fibreglass and acrylic paint

211.7 x 79.1 x 56.1 cm

OTHER RESOURCES

artfacts.net
Additional images and information – Steven Gontarski

artnet.com
Various other resources and images -Steven Gontarski

stevengontarski.com
Artist’s website- additional biographical information and images

pkmgallery.com
PKM gallery - Korea and Beijing

gandy-gallery.com
Gandy Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia

karynlovegrovegallery.com
Karyn Lovegrove gallery

axisweb.org
Steven Gontarski (b. Philadelphia, USA, 1972) is a sculptor who deals primarily with the human figure. His most recent works depict fantastical characters - prophets and modern day ephebe taken from his own personal mythology; in fact everything Gontarski creates is part of his own fantasy space. Gontarski's power of invention and the work that it generates can be defined by general atmospheres; traces and symbols which denote particular eras or movements: there is an inclination for the romantic, a reinterpretation of neogothic themes, a sleek elegant aesthetic influenced by classical sculpture and an atmosphere reminiscent of the music and culture of the 1980's. There are also strong links with the alternative youth cultures and underground music of today.