Karlis Rekevics’s generously scaled, weirdly architectural cast plaster constructions are some of the most robust, aggressive, materially expressive sculptures around. They are also among the most evocative and elusive. For all their size, their evident mass and weight, and their rough material palette, Rekevics’s haunting structures refuse to rely solely on the unignorable fact of their considerable presence or to yield to a single reading.
source: Sculpture Magazine via: lori bookstein fine art
artcritical: Karlis Rekevics in conversation with Eric Gelber (2004)