Jan Fabre. Knight of Despair / Warrior of Beauty

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.Fabre has created a number of new works especially for this exhibition displaying more than two hundred.Jan Fabre (Antwerp, 1958) is an artist and a director and uses his works to speculate in a loud and tangible manner about life and death, physical and social transformations as well as the nature of cruelty, which is present in both animals and humans. As a grandson of a famous entomologist, Jan Fabre widely uses wildlife aesthetics. He uses beetle shells, animal skeletons and horns as well as stuffed animals and images of animals in various materials. The list of unusual materials goes beyond that and covers blood and BIC blue ink. As emphasized by the painter and acknowledged by critics and researchers, his art goes back to the traditions of classic Flemish art, which he admires: Peter Paul Rubens and Jacob Jordaens are his main inspiration.
ID товара 2752237
Издательство Не установлено
Год издания
ISBN 978-2-37-074051-9
Количество страниц 287
Размер 31.5x24.5x3
Тип обложки Твердый переплёт
Вес, г 1899
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5 366 ₽
+ до 554 бонусов
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В пятницу, 24 мая Адреса магазинов
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.Fabre has created a number of new works especially for this exhibition displaying more than two hundred.Jan Fabre (Antwerp, 1958) is an artist and a director and uses his works to speculate in a loud and tangible manner about life and death, physical and social transformations as well as the nature of cruelty, which is present in both animals and humans. As a grandson of a famous entomologist, Jan Fabre widely uses wildlife aesthetics. He uses beetle shells, animal skeletons and horns as well as stuffed animals and images of animals in various materials. The list of unusual materials goes beyond that and covers blood and BIC blue ink. As emphasized by the painter and acknowledged by critics and researchers, his art goes back to the traditions of classic Flemish art, which he admires: Peter Paul Rubens and Jacob Jordaens are his main inspiration.