Indrikis Gelzis (currently lives and works in Riga, Latvia) is known for his sculptures made out of steel, wood and textile that reflect a syntactically broken-up reality open for interpretation.
Since graduating from the HISK – Higher Institute for Fine Arts, Ghent in 2016 the artist has held solo exhibitions at Tatjana Pieters, Ghent (BE), Suprainfinit, Bucharest (RO), Castor, London (UK), Ashes/Ashes, New York (US), Cinnamon, Rotterdam (NL), Belenius, Stockholm (SE), Creative studio National Art Museum of Latvia, Riga (LV). He participated in group shows at Kim CAC Riga (LT), Union Pacific, London (UK), Joshua Liner, NY (US), Lundgren, Palma (SP), Jérôme Pauchant, Paris (FR).
His work is part of collections throughout Europe and the US, such as the collections of the Latvian National Museum of Art (LV), Museum of Recent Art (RO), BTA ART Collection (LV), Frédéric de Goldschmidt, Van Quickenborne-Clerinkx.
Courtesy Tatjana Pieters