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How do artists visualize and test shapes and ideas before incurring the effort and/or cost of producing a full scale product?
In this exhibition, LKFF intends to introduce some more technical aspects of sculpture. The bozzetto (from the italian word that means "sketch") helps us understand the full scope of the artists idea while still in the make. It makes one understand the complexity involved before the concept becomes 3D.
Hanneke Beaumont's figures appear neither male nor female, neither young nor old. They do not appear as portraits of particular individuals, nor are they modeled after idealized human forms. Physically, they are approximations of human beings, and as such, they provide a way to consider, from a distance, general ideas about the nature of the human race.Artist profile
Art Nocturne Knokke
Art Nocturne has grown into one of the most important Art & Antiques Fairs of the summer season in Europe. Young art lovers as well as seasoned collectors will appreciate this evening fair with its selection of strong international ancient and contemporary art dealers. LKFF is proud to present a selection of works by Dethier, Montoya & Ortis, Velasco Vitali... More info...Artist profile
Summer at LKFF
During the summer, LKFF is proud to present a selection of sculptures by our artists among which a major installation in bronze and cast iron by Hanneke Beaumont titled "Melancholia II".Artist profile
Through his work, Arnaud Rivieren questions the human condition and its numerous contradictions. He addresses the viewer with humor in order to trigger thought. His re-interpretation of shapes and objects of our everyday lives, lead us to think with humility about the challenges faced by today’s society.
After a monumental exhibition that spread from the Milano Central Station to the Palazzo Reale, Velasco Vitali creates an impressive artistic narrative: The central figures are dogs, desolate individual members of a disoriented pack of strays that literally invade the gallery, depriving its visitors of their usual space.Artist profile
Group show at LKFF
Featuring, for the first time in Brussels, artworks by Norwegian sculptress Julia Vance, a selection of works by Luis Montoya and Leslie Ortiz and recent sculptures by Yves Dana.Artist profile