Born in 1985 in New York and now living and working in Brooklyn, Nicolas Holiber has a formal background in painting, graduating from the New York Academy of Art in 2012. Upon completing his MFA, Holiber was one of three students to receive a postgraduate fellowship. In 2015 his first large-scale public work with NYC Parks, Head of Goliath, was exhibited in Tribeca Park from May through October. Holiber's art is characterized by its unique use of materials and vivid use of color, creating multidimensional works that combine painting, drawing, and sculpture. Holiber has exhibited across the United States and internationally. Past awards and honors include a residency at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Process Space on Governors Island, ArtInPlace Public Sculpture Award in Virginia, Visiting Artist-in-Residence at West Nottingham Academy in Maryland, and residency at the Leipzig International Art Programme in Germany.
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