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Ted Lewandowski

I personally don't like the mangled bike "sculpture" - looks like an eyesore more than a work of art.

I think the guy also has too much time on his hands.

Gwyneth Leech

I saw Klevickas' bike on the way to the Armory Art Fair on March 3rd. I enjoyed it more than most of the art inside the show. I love the way it worked with the surroundings and had fun trying to imagine the accident that resulted in such a corkscrew. To me it is most definitely art and I included it in my roundup of the art fair exhibits, which you can read on my blog: www.gwynethsfullbrew.com

michael tcheyan

i also thought it was better than a lot of the stuff inside

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