RUCKUS - Buffalo Art Movement
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RUCKUS

November 19 - December 31, 2021

Collage is how I've always figured out the world. It's a collage mentality.

We can raise a RUCKUS. This is what Philip Kuznicki would like his audience to do at the conclusion of visiting his newest original art collection. Ansell Kiefer once said: “History speaks to artists. It changes the artist’s thinking and is constantly reshaping it into different and unexpected images.” Philip Kuznicki is a master in collage using abandoned objects once beloved by people and transforming them into conceptual art that exudes surrealism. 

 

In response to global warming, Philip Kuznicki has created a powerful body of work that challenges the observer to reflect on the contribution of the human race to the current environmental crisis we are facing. In this exhibition Kuznicki’s defined collage style utilizes objects present in nature (from the past or the present) to create art installations that highlights the consequences of climate change. 

 

Kuznicki’s Ruckus is an exceptional and original collection influenced by artists such as Max Ernst, Ansell Kieffer and Marcel Duchamp. The palpable message towards global warming is: ENOUGH! His work engages the audience to search for solutions and implement changes.

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