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Introducing: Jon Pilkington - News - Frameweb

Introducing: Jon Pilkington - News - Frameweb

Untitled by Harold Ancart on artnet Auctions

Untitled by Harold Ancart on artnet Auctions

いいね!873件、コメント17件 ― Xavier Hufkensさん(@xavierhufkens)のInstagramアカウント: 「Opening tonight April 19 from 5 to 8PM: Harold Ancart - The Charm... the artist's solo exhibition…」

いいね!873件、コメント17件 ― Xavier Hufkensさん(@xavierhufkens)のInstagramアカウント: 「Opening tonight April 19 from 5 to 8PM: Harold Ancart - The Charm... the artist's solo exhibition…」

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Berlinde de Bruyckere

Berlinde De Bruyckere, Installation view, ‘under cover – aus dem Verborgenen. Berlinde De Bruyckere und Martin Honert’, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, 2006 - 2007

Berlinde de Bruyckere poignantly evokes pain, isolation and death, with particular reference to tragic episodes in history such as the Holocaust and World Wars. Her practice consists largely of sculpture and installation, for which she frequently employs mediums such as wax, wood, fabrics and hair. In her 2008 exhibition - Flanders Fields, she used horse hide as a medium for sculpture.:

Berlinde de Bruyckere poignantly evokes pain, isolation and death, with particular reference to tragic episodes in history such as the Holocaust and World Wars. Her practice consists largely of sculpture and installation, for which she frequently employs mediums such as wax, wood, fabrics and hair. In her 2008 exhibition - Flanders Fields, she used horse hide as a medium for sculpture.:

Berlinde de Bruyckere  b. 1964 ( lives in Ghent) | "The Pillow," 2010. de Bruyckere sculpture made with various media including wax, wood, wool, horse skin and hair, though she also works in watercolour, gouache, and since the early 1990s many of her major works have featured structures involving blankets. Symbolic of warmth and shelter, and of the vulnerable circumstances such as wars that make people seek such shelter.

Berlinde de Bruyckere b. 1964 ( lives in Ghent) | "The Pillow," 2010. de Bruyckere sculpture made with various media including wax, wood, wool, horse skin and hair, though she also works in watercolour, gouache, and since the early 1990s many of her major works have featured structures involving blankets. Symbolic of warmth and shelter, and of the vulnerable circumstances such as wars that make people seek such shelter.