New Mixed Media Assemblages by Kris Kuksi

New Mixed Media Assemblages by Kris Kuksi sculpture multiples assemblage
De-Evolution

New Mixed Media Assemblages by Kris Kuksi sculpture multiples assemblage
De-Evolution (detail)

New Mixed Media Assemblages by Kris Kuksi sculpture multiples assemblage
Reticent Affiar

New Mixed Media Assemblages by Kris Kuksi sculpture multiples assemblage
Reticent Affiar (detail)

New Mixed Media Assemblages by Kris Kuksi sculpture multiples assemblage
Hercules vs. Diana

New Mixed Media Assemblages by Kris Kuksi sculpture multiples assemblage
Capricorn Rising

New Mixed Media Assemblages by Kris Kuksi sculpture multiples assemblage
Reign of Cesar

New Mixed Media Assemblages by Kris Kuksi sculpture multiples assemblage
Reign of Cesar (detail)

New Mixed Media Assemblages by Kris Kuksi sculpture multiples assemblage
Exoneration

New Mixed Media Assemblages by Kris Kuksi sculpture multiples assemblage
Exoneration (detail)

Artist Kris Kuksi is perhaps one of the most frequently submitted artists appearing in Colossal’s in box each month, so it’s with great honor that I finally share his work on this blog for the first time. Kuksi is famous for his Baroque-influenced assemblages that seem to splinter out like sculptural fractals, each component fused to another object or detail even smaller and intricate. Via his artist statement:

Kris Kuksi garners recognition and acclaim for the intricate sculptures that result from his unique and meticulous technique. A process that requires countless hours to assemble, collect, manipulate, cut, and re-shape thousands of individual parts, finally uniting them into an orchestral-like seamless cohesion that defines the historical rise and fall of civilization and envisions the possible future(s) of humanity.

Kuksi currently has work at Joshua Liner Gallery in New York and Mark Moore Gallery in LA, both through the 25th of August, 2012 and you’ll also have pieces at Pulse during Art Basel week in Miami this December. All images courtesy the artist.

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