Steven Gontarski (born 1972) is a sculptor from Philadelphia whose work has been included in solo and group exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Kunsthalle Wien, White Cube gallery and the Groninger Museum. Gontarski is a graduate of Brown University and Goldsmiths College, University of London.
In 2008, Gontarski created Ob 8, a bright red abstract sculpture which stands 5 metres high and is made of painted and lacquered glass-fibre-reinforced plastic. The organic shape of the work has been described as "recognisable but not identifiable, conjuring comparisons to many things in the real world: clouds, organs, oceans, smoke rings."
2010 I woke up to the sound of a drum, Gimpel Fils, London Ob 08, Central Saint Giles, London
2008 Steven Gontarski, Paddington Central, Phase II, London
2007 Sculptures, Gimpel Fils, London Portraits, Changing Role, Rome Obélisques CC/BS, Nouveaux Commanditaires, Chaucenne, France
2006 Steven Gontarski, pkm gallery, Seoul Steven Gontarski, Changing Role, Naples Day of St George, White Cubicle - George and Dragon, London Steven Gontarski - Centre d’Art Mobile, L’Eglise de Fouvent et Roche en Haute-Saône
2005 The Visitors, Groninger Museum, Groningen
2004 December Morning Prophecy, White Cube, London Zero, The Economist Plaza, London Steven Gontarski, Gandy Gallery, Prague
2003 Prophet, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Los Angeles Steven Gontarski, Le Consortium, Dijon
2002 Epsilon Delta, Art at Habitat, Habitat Kensington, London
2001 Sun Valley, One in the Other, London
2000 Steven Gontarski, White Cube, London Steven Gontarski. The Unbalance of Boredom, Taché-Lévy Gallery, Brussels L.A.X., Islington Business and Design Centre, London
1999 Nurse, Johnen & Schöttle Gallery, Cologne
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