Paul Bik's exhibition Composition 74 touches on the theme of synergy and interpenetration of fields. The artist's reliefs created under the influence of modernist architecture and Italian design find themselves perfectly in the context of vintage furniture sold in SH Studio. Paul Bik is a Polish artist who has been living and creating in Milan for some time. An interior designer by education, sensitive to composition and spatial forms, he was fascinated by Italian modernist buildings, and the passion for their unique design was reflected in his work. Bik creates monochrome, highly disciplined works that seduce with the harmony and complexity of three-dimensional structures. The artist's minimalist works surprise with phenomenal order and tensions created by playing with lines and work with chiaroscuro. Paul Bik's works are created in the tedious process of manually cutting out individual shapes from plywood, cardboard, mass-colored paper, precisely fixing them together in layers with glue, and then coating with epoxy resin, classic oil paint or acrylic. Paul Bik's reliefs can be an attempt to understand nature, simplify the intricate forms of nature and find in them a rhythm based on repetition of the motif. Certainly, however, they are an example of a painting breaking out towards an object, a fantastic weave and saturation with architecture, design and art.