The sculpture based gallery is one known for its focus on international young and mid-career artists. Galerie Martin Kudlek features Angela Glajcar as one of their main gallery artists as she is famous for her ability to transform 2D figures into spatial 3D sculptures. The born and raised Mainz sculptress converts simple materials such as paper, plastic and metal into volumetric shapes with depth and solidity.
She has had exhibitions all around Europe and the United States which included her solo at the Galerie Martin Kudlek. Glajcar combines lightness and heaviness, lights and shadows, beauty and destruction, shallowness and depth all into what seems to be a simple sculpture.
The creations of this 1970 born artist seem to captivate the viewer into a tunnel stretched into the unknown, as she has managed to position the holes in the structures such that the mind believes in the existence of a black hole in the sculpture. The spatial artist tends to provoke the mind and emotions of viewers with her projects as she allows them to wander into an open space within a closed area.