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NECREOUS / M +M6
Tomas Saraceno | 2017

TUCUMÁN ARGENTINIA - BORN 1973
His work explores the boundaries between art, science and architecture, and is known for his innovative approaches to ecology, space and collaboration with natural processes. Saraceno is best known for his monumental installations that are often inspired by spider webs and other natural structures. He is also an advocate of sustainability and has developed projects that explore the relationship between humans and the environment.

Tomas Saraceno
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ROCKING CHAIR 2
Marius Ritiu | 2021

TRANSYLVANIA ROMANIA - BORN 1984
The artist often works with the idea of the punishment of Sisifus which is often seen as a symbol of futile and endless effort, constantly trying to achieve something that is never accomplished. The myth has led to many interpretations and is often used as a metaphor in literature, philosophy and psychology.

Here, from a sheet of copper provided thousands of hammer blows, an object is formed.

Marius Ritiu
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Jan Fabré | 2021

ANTWERP BELGIUM - BORN 1958
Jan Fabre is a visual artist, theatre artist and author who is considered as one of the most versatile and influential artists of his generation.

Jan Fabré
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SLEEPING DOGS AREN'T EXACTLY NEWS
Sharon Vanovermeiren | 2021

ANTWERP BELGIUM - BORN 1985
In this stage of denial emotions replace facts, projections replace knowledge, objects replace anticipations. The artist captures this transformation in her fictional sculptures, whose oftentimes animalistic nature betimes reminds of depictions of totems.

Sharon Vanovermeiren
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To open the way to the stars
Paul Van Hoeydonck | 2020

ANTWERP BELGIUM - BORN 1925
These sculptures represent abstract human figures aspiring to space and explore the universe. 'To Open the Way to the Stars' embodies the optimism and desires of the period to push the boundaries of human knowledge and capabilities through the exploration of the cosmos.
One of his most famous works is the "Fallen Astronaut", a small aluminium sculpture of an astronaut that he had placed on the Moon during the Apollo 15 mission in 1971. This artwork was installed as a tribute to deceased astronauts, making it the first artwork to be located outside Earth.

Paul Van Hoeydonck
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Crack the whisper suit
Nasser Bakhshi | 2017

TABRIZ IRAN - BORN 1982
Nasser Bakhshi makes silent protest against the Iranian regime in his art. Protest in Iran is banned. This art is brought out through galleries in other countries.

Nasser Bakhshi
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1, 2, 3 SOLEIL
Gregory Decock | 2022

FRANCE - BORN 1979
Through Petrus Paklons in Kortrijk, he found out that his grandfather was from Kortrijk. Therefore, he made a pilgrimage in honour of his grandfather from Le Drome to Kortrijk. For that action, he sought a special bike.
This Marcel Kindt loaned to him sums up the story, belgian colours union fait la force, the yellow wheel represents the solar rays,... Of course, this work offers a lot of possible interpretations. Cycling culture, Flanders/Wallonia, ...

Gregory Decock
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Interior - Whale
Vadim Vosters | 2011

COLMAR FRANCE - BORN 1979
A born storyteller who takes you on a walk through art history. But at regular intervals he also lets go of your hand, threatening to get lost in the darkness of word and image. Perhaps that is why light plays such an important role in his work: it leads you back to his art like a beacon.

Vadim Vosters
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Cocoon Painting
Charlie De Voet | 2011

RONSE BELGIUM - BORN 1977
He often makes layers of oil paint that keep drying, creating relief. The subject matter is worked to the bone, often in monochrome colours.

Charlie De Voet
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Planetas # 1
Willem Boel | 2023

SINT-NIKLAAS BELGIUM - BORN 1983
Installation artist who among many other things created a scaffold that fills a wheelbarrow with water to the sound of music.
Planetas #1 was part of an old silo before Willem Boelwent to work with paper in this tub so that the whole thing was purged and the current result formed.

Willem boel
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Clock Test
Sebastian Jefford | -

SWANSEA WALES - BORN 1990
Gives people with Alzheimer's and dementia their own interpretation of how they see and read time/the clock. How these people deal with time. The tactile and fleeting nature of life becomes painfully clear.

Sebastian Jefford
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Red Milk
Olga Fedorova | -

RUSSIA - BORN 1980
The work of Olga Fedorova is as visually complex as it is seductive. She works at the intersection of photography, painting, digital imaging and installations.
The work references and brings a new interpretation to the story of the murder of Jean-Paul Marat, French revolutionary in 1793 who published sociological pamphlets.

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Vincent Mattelaer | 2007

BELGIUM KORTRIJK - BORN 1958
Perhaps Vincent his favourite earlier work. Made in 2007, he used the image for the design of an invitation to an exhibition in 2008. The painting (amongst others) travelled all the way to Brasil and back to Belgium before it was purchased in 201

Vincent Mattelaer
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Martelaren
Stephanie Dewyn | -

BELGIUM - BORN 1973
Stephanie creates alienated faces, the fleshy colours and distorted parts fusing into fragile portraits of yet non-existent creatures.

Stephanie Dewyn
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The Driveller
Valio Tchenkov | 2014

SVISHTOV BULGARIA - BORN 1966
His approach is a reaction to the rigourous structuring of the society he works in and reflects upon. The German sense of structure is relentless and he often finds it drives him to destructive gestures. "I normally start off constructively, aiming at a specific outcome, but then a moment comes (the most interesting moment!) when I lose control and "the cart veers off the road".

Valio Tchenkov
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Charles Degeyter | 2014

BRUGES BELGIUM - BORN 1994
Degeyter studied industrial design at the University of Ghent while developing a successful side income as a poster artist. He focused on screen-printed posters for touring rock bands and for festivals. After graduating in 2016, he continued that graphic work and built a portfolio that now includes posters for big rock names like Weezer, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Nine Inch Nails.

Charles Degeyter
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Koekelberg | section 3
Marina Pinsky | -

RUSSIA - BORN 1986
Marina Pinsky divides her time between Brussels and Berlin. Pinsky earned her BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts in 2008, and her MFA at UCLA in 2012. She has exhibited her work in numerous group and solo shows throughout North America, Europe, and has art in the permanent collection of the MoMA in New York. Working across two and three-dimensional, Pinsky creates art that engages with and prompts questioning of the viewer’s concept of the observed world as something genuine and constant.

Marina Pinsky
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