Middelheim Museum has invited the Flemish artist Johan Creten (°1963) who lives in Paris to exhibit his work in the Middelheim Museum. Creten has combined new and existing monumental works for the exhibition ‘The Storm’ in Hortiflora.
‘The Storm’ explores the relational and emotional storms that are associated with any form of personal development and the bigger storms that rage within society.
On the occasion of FIAC 2013, Almine Rech Gallery is pleased to welcome you to Booth B37 at Le Grand Palais.
Wednesday 5pm - 10pm
Thursday 12pm - 8pm
Friday 12pm - 9pm
Saturday 12pm - 8pm
Sunday 12pm - 8pm
Almine Rech is also proud to present Johan Creten's participation to FIAC Hors les Murs at the Jardin des Plantes from October 22 to November 19.
Almine Rech Gallery is pleased to welcome you to booth D18, Hall 1, during Art Brussels 2013
Wednesday April 17th (by invitation only)
Preview: 12 - 4 pm
Opening: 4 - 10 pm
Public Opening hours
Thursday April 18th: 12 - 10 pm
Friday April 19th: 12 - 7 pm
Saturday April 20th: 12 - 7 pm
Sunday April 21th: 12 - 7 pm
Works by following artists will be presented at our booth:
Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille
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Preview - Tuesday, March 19 - 7 - 9:30 pm
Opening - Wednesday, March 20 - 4 - 9:30 pm
Public Opening hours:
Thursday, March 21 - 4 - 9:30 pm
Friday, March 22 - 12 - 7:30 pm
Saturday, March 23 - 12 - 5:30 pm
Works by following artists will be presented on our booth:
IDA TURSIC & WILFRIED MILLE
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The oeuvre of Johan Creten (b. 1963 Belgium) is laden with double entendres, suggestions, symbolic links, ... His very personal work resolutely resists the typical twentieth-century modernist idea of progress in art, including through the use of historically charged motifs, tactile materials, and sensual shapes. The sculptures of Johan Creten invariably invite different narratives to be created between them; in this way, every exhibition appeals to the imagination of the spectator in new and changing ways.
Recently, Johan Creten has been the recipient of much international recognition and the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens is therefore very happy to be the first Belgian museum to present a solo exhibition of his work. Johan Creten presents an exhibition in which very recent and older sculptures are placed in dialogue, using both the garden and the interior spaces of the museum.
L'exposition explore les rapports que les artistes entretiennent avec les animaux, de Brueghel à Jeff Koons, en passant par Léonard de Vinci, Rembrandt, Degas, Giacometti, Matisse, ou Andy Warhol...
Peintures, dessins, sculptures, photographies, mais aussi croquis naturalistes... 160 chefs d'oeuvre de l'art occidental, de la Renaissance à nos jours, sont réunis.
Ouverture tous les jours, sauf le mardi, de 10h à 20h - Nocturne le mercredi jusqu’à 22h
Exposition organisée par la Rmn-Grand Palais www.grandpalais.fr