Thomas Nozkowski

Thomas Nozkowski  Untitled  1983

“With Nozkowski, abstraction becomes an endless adventure in structure, texture, tone and mood. To all evidence, his imagination appears encyclopaedic within the nar­row parameters of the fixed plane. For a strictly non-specific communicator, his pictures are eloquent and articulate, full of humour and pathos and close observation of things half remembered or entirely imagined. With their distorted reminiscences of modernisms past, their misshapen geometries and impossible constructions, and their enigmatic evocations of rustic melodies and caricatures of form, his pictures amount to an infinite catalogue of types, a never-ending sequence of character studies under a regime of relentless difference. They remind me of democracy.”
                                                                         Marc Mayer

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