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Johan Creten @ FIAC 2019

Johan Creten was born in 1963 in Sint-Truiden, Belgium. The sculpture De Vleermuis [The Bat] was created in the context of his participation in the project for the European capital of culture 2018 in Leeuwarden-Friesland, the Netherlands. On this occasion, 11 artists were invited to create 11 fountains for 11 Dutch cities. […]

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Koen Van Mechelen Golden Cord, Fondation Linda & Guy Pieters, Saint-Tropez (FR)

This fall, Koen Vanmechelens presents a new series of bronze and marble sculptures at Fondation Linda & Guy Pieters. There is an essence in all that lives and has lived that connect all to all. This living, dynamic membrane that makes life interconnected and synchronizes us to them, and past […]

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WIELS presents an exhibition at Tank Shanghai

WIELS and TANK Shanghai are collaborating on a large thematic exhibition Convex/Concave: Belgian Contemporary Art, featuring 15 contemporary Belgian artists: Francis Alÿs, Harold Ancart, Michaël Borremans, Jacques Charlier, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys, Koenraad Dedobbeleer, Edith Dekyndt, Michel François, Ann Veronica Janssens, Thomas Lerooy, Mark Manders, Valérie […]

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Virgil Abloh @ Biennale Arte 2019, Venice

Virgil Abloh’s furniture for “DYSFUNCTIONAL” makes up a “sinking” installation titled Acqua Alta and aims to deal with rising sea levels, the fate of Venice and the rest of the planet. “DYSFUNCTIONAL” is presented by the Carpenters Workshop Gallery and runs until November 24. Galleria Giorgio Franchetti alla Ca’d’Oro, Grand Canal, Venice. […]

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