Alicia Adamerovich

Born in 1989 at Pennsylvania (USA).
Alicia Adamerovich’s practice studies the anthropomorphic nature of objects, and highlights their creative potential. Her works trace her psychic evolution, drawing from the unconscious to give form to interior sensations and emotions.

She earned a BA in design at Pennsylvania State University and studied at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. 

Her work has been shown in solo exhibitions including “Ultra-gentle manipulation of delicate structures“ at Projet Pangée, Montreal; “Second Nature” at Del Vaz Projects, Los Angeles; “A Bat Out of Hell” at Sans titre (2016), Paris; “Day” at Galerie Tator, Lyon; “The Loner’s Castle” at Projet Pangée, Montreal; “Vibrant Matter” at FISK Gallery, Portland. Upcoming exhibitions include a solo at Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles; and a group show at Margot Samel, New York. 

Alicia Adamerovich has participated in numerous group shows, including “Au-delà” at Lafayette Anticipations, Paris; “Mystic Toolkit” at Artpace, San Antonio; “Parallax” at Y2k Group, New York; “Theorem X” at Rachel Uffner, New York; “Shelter Lines” at Palazzo Monti, Brescia; “Theorem Y”, at Mrs. Gallery, New York; “The Symbolists: The Flowers of Evil” at Hesse Flatow, New York; and “Wild Objects” at Projet Pangée, Montreal. Recent art fairs include Miart (Milan) with Sans titre (2016) and NADA Miami with Projet Pangée.