Larry Kledzik has worked as an artist for going on 60 years. His art deeply intertwines with his philosophical perspectives. Sometimes viewers don’t know how to take in his work. Sometimes that touches some nerves.
Larry, 73, sat down with Humanitou and shined light on the processes and subliminal messages of his work, including those of his most recent exhibition, “HELEG,” which incorporated swastikas.
He reflected on his early days as an artist and cabbie in Chicago during the Sixties and Seventies. He shared his thoughts on the purpose of art, on legacy and ego, and where his art can go when he’s gone.
Meet Larry Kledzik.
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