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Alicia Adamerovich
Alicia Adamerovich, 1989

Alicia Adamerovich (b. 1989, Latrobe, PA) creates paintings and sculptures that engage a distinctive visual language of biomorphic abstraction to reflect the landscape of the subconscious. The Brooklyn-based artist builds up her canvases with multiple layers of pumice, gel, sand, and paint, achieving uncanny effects of surface, depth, and atmosphere. Her undulating, variegated sculptures are carved from fallen trees sourced from her parents’ land in rural Pennsylvania. Adamerovich works intuitively and automatically in both mediums. She offers forms that transcend contrasting qualities— at once fragile and resilient, simple and complex, ominous and radiant.

Adamerovich studied art and design at the Maryland Institute College of Art and Pennsylvania State University. Her recent solo exhibitions include This is the time of the hour at Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, in 2023; Ultra-gentle manipulation of delicate objects at Pangée, Montréal, in 2022; and in 2021, Second Nature at Del Vaz Projects, Los Angeles, and A Bat out of Hell at Sans Titre, Paris. She has also participated in exhibitions at Timothy Taylor Gallery, Margot Samel Gallery, Rachel Uffner Gallery, and Mrs. Gallery in New York; Lafayette Anticipations, Paris; Yee Society, Hong Kong; Green Family Art Foundation, Dallas; Artpace, San Antonio; and Mana Contemporary, Jersey City. Adamerovich is the recipient of the 2022 LCA Prize for Emergent at MiArt, Milan, as well as residencies including the Del Vaz Projects Residency, Los Angeles; Moly-Sabata Artist Residency, Albert Gleizes Foundation, Sablons, France; and Palazzo Monti Residency, Brescia, Italy. Her work can be found in the permanent collections of He Art Museum, Guangdong, China; X Museum, Beijing; and the Green Family Art Foundation, Dallas.
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