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Fabrice Samyn + Rachel Labastie + Aimé Mpane

No reservation required. Click here to learn how to get in as a member.

Note: CST is required for this event.

Three expos for the price of none! (if you're a Subba member of course...)

Imbued with a powerful poetic dimension, Fabrice Samyn's art questions reality and shakes up our bearings. His work questions the relationship with time, with the sacred, and with the spoken, and embarks you on a sensory experience that is both intimate and spiritual.

Contemporary sculptress Rachel Labastie takes a critical stance towards the way modern society alienates our bodies and minds, both physically and mentally. She is a master of paradoxes, forever playing with the ambivalent meaning of the shapes. The material takes center stage in her work; loaded with personal and collective memories, it brings out her art in all its sensuality.

Aimé Mpane, one of the most important artists of African origin to this day, is as multidisciplinary in his practice as he is firmly focused on the future. His work combines the roughness of the so-called Primitive Arts – he handles wood (among other materials) with a small hatchet in a traditional way –deconstructing the past, to better reassemble its pieces in line with contemporary reality.

 

ADDRESS
ROYAL MUSEUMS OF FINE ARTS OF BELGIUM
Rue de la Régence / Regentschapsstraat 3
1000 Brussels

Brussels, Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

10:00 - €10

Free for members

No reservation required. Click here to learn how to get in as a member.

Note: CST is required for this event.

Three expos for the price of none! (if you're a Subba member of course...)

Imbued with a powerful poetic dimension, Fabrice Samyn's art questions reality and shakes up our bearings. His work questions the relationship with time, with the sacred, and with the spoken, and embarks you on a sensory experience that is both intimate and spiritual.

Contemporary sculptress Rachel Labastie takes a critical stance towards the way modern society alienates our bodies and minds, both physically and mentally. She is a master of paradoxes, forever playing with the ambivalent meaning of the shapes. The material takes center stage in her work; loaded with personal and collective memories, it brings out her art in all its sensuality.

Aimé Mpane, one of the most important artists of African origin to this day, is as multidisciplinary in his practice as he is firmly focused on the future. His work combines the roughness of the so-called Primitive Arts – he handles wood (among other materials) with a small hatchet in a traditional way –deconstructing the past, to better reassemble its pieces in line with contemporary reality.

 

ADDRESS
ROYAL MUSEUMS OF FINE ARTS OF BELGIUM
Rue de la Régence / Regentschapsstraat 3
1000 Brussels

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