text and image roberto voorbij Mass produced reli statues, meticulously ordered as if it were a Katharina Fritsch sculpture, spotted last weekend at Museum N.. More – Maastricht, The Netherlands. Museum N.. More – Maastricht (2013).
text roberto voorbij Last month during my short stay in Brussels when I (finally) visited the Victor Horta museum, I had already in one of the rooms of Horta’s former home encountered a slightly kitsch but definitely hypnotizing painting. Title … Continue reading
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image and text roberto voorbij At the BOZAR in Brussels is until January 23rd 2011 the opportunity to let yourself be amazed / impressed / shocked by the work of Wim Delvoye. On the one hand is his art too … Continue reading