Nicolas Holiber (b. 1985, New York) is a Brooklyn based artist who paints, sculpts, and creates public artwork. Combining found and reclaimed objects with artistic materials, Holiber creates contemporary objects that are inspired by the fragmented remains of ancient sculpture and the artwork of past civilizations.
His art is characterized by its vivid use of color, composition, and line to produce multidimensional pieces that merge aspects of painting, drawing, and sculpture. Holiber has exhibited across the United States and internationally in Germany. He recently completed public commissions for the NYC Parks Department, LoMan Arts Festival, and the New York Health & Racquet Club. His work has been highlighted in TimeOut New York, Beautiful/Decay, Gothamist, Hyperallergic, Curbed NY, The Huffington Post, Arte Fuse, and Rizzoli’s book The Figure: Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture.