Troubleyn | Jan Fabre

Skelet

29.10.2015 – 07.02.2016


Angelos bvba - Pat Verbruggen

Man has traditionally been the most common subject in sculpture. In this time artists use the human body often in order to say something about the inside, the body is the bearer of life and feelings of social and political circumstances. This exhibition examines the significance of the skeleton in contemporary sculpture. With works by, among others, Caspar Berger, Matthew Day Jackson, Jan Fabre, Urs Fischer, Carolein Smit, Atelier van Lieshout, Sandro Setola, Gijs Assmann, Tunga, Anthony Gormley and Jonathan Marshall.
 
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