23 janvier 2020

Jan Fabre (Antwerp, 1958), Skull with diamond, 2013

Jan Fabre (Antwerp, 1958), Skull with diamond, 2013. Mixture of jewel beetle wing-cases, polymers, glass, 26 x 17 x 21 cm. © Galerie Jamar. GALERIE JAMAR, Stand 66a at BRAFA, 26 janvier-2 février 2020
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09 janvier 2020

Galerie Templon opens an exhibition of works by Jan Fabre

Jan Fabre, Berlin/ Tornado’s - (I), 1988. Stylo Bic sur papier / Bic Ballpoint pen on paper, 237 x 164 x 5 ; 93 ¼ x 64 5/8 x 2 in. (framed). Photo: Pat Verbruggen. BRUSSELS.- Jan Fabre – visual artist, author and theatre artist – is back in the capital of his homeland to offer an immersion into the depths of L’Heure Sauvage [The Fierce Hour] and present-day vanities. Jan Fabre is considered as one of the most important and innovative figures on the international contemporary art scene. A radical artist whose works have... [Lire la suite]
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19 décembre 2019

Four new red coral sculptures created by Jan Fabre unveiled in Naples

Jan Fabre, The Freedom of Compassion, 2019. Deep precious coral, pigment, polyamide, 113 x 101, 7 x 39,5 cm, with Belgian granite and steel base,Chapel of the Pio Monte della Misericordia, Naples. Photo: Luciano Romano NAPLES.- Saturday December 21 sees the inauguration of four new red coral sculptures created by Jan Fabre for the Pio Monte della Misericordia in Naples, to be exhibited permanently in the institution’s chapel. The set-up of the space has always valued the use of contemporary art: the artworks by... [Lire la suite]
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18 août 2019

Jan Fabre presents a new and unique monumental work at the Venice Biennale

Jan Fabre, The Man who Measures the Clouds (Monument to the Measure of the Immeasurable), silicon bronze and gold leaf, ca. 9m high, including plinth, unique piece. Installation view at Garden of Palazzo Balbi Valier, Venice, 2019. © Angelos bvba. Photo Floriana Giacinti.  VENICE.- On the occasion of the 58th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, the great artist Jan Fabre returns to the lagoon with a special project of public art, a unique open-air installation. Installed in the Garden of Palazzo Balbi... [Lire la suite]
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04 juillet 2018

Jan Fabre presents new works of art at Saint Augustine church in Antwerp

Jan Fabre at work. Photo: Attilio Maranzano, Assistant: Flavio Pescatori, Copyright Angelos bvba ANTWERP.- In 1628, the Antwerp trinity of Rubens, Jordaens and Van Dyck received the assignment from the Augustinian monks to make altarpieces for their cloister church in the Kammenstraat. This year, Jan Fabre is receiving the same honour upon the occasion of Antwerp Baroque 2018. The former Augustinian church is now the reception and music centre AMUZ. Specially for these new works of art the church site is open from July... [Lire la suite]
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20 mai 2018

Jan Fabre, The Appearance and Disappearance of Antwerp/Bacchus/Christ

Jan Fabre. The appearance and disappearance of Bacchus, Antwerp, Christ (2016). Special creations for The State Hermitage Museum. Courtesy Templon, Paris & Brussels.  BRUSSELS - Galerie Templon in Brussels, is unveiling a series of work by artist Jan Fabre, previously unseen in Belgium, produced for his major exhibition Knight of Despair, Warrior of Beauty at St Petersburg’s Hermitage Museum in autumn 2016. The exhibition coincides with the presentation of the series My Queens (2016) at the... [Lire la suite]
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23 janvier 2017

Galerie Jamar. Stand 65a. Brafa Art Fair, 21-29 janvier 2017

Jan Fabre (Antwerp, 1958), ‘One man's misfortune is another man's chocolate’, 2012. Jewel beetle wing-cases on wood, 227.5 x 173 cm. Courtesy Galerie Jamar  Alechinsky (Brussels, 1928), ‘Duo de bassecour’, 1969. Acrylic on paper laid down on canvas, 64 x 95 cm. Courtesy Galerie Jamar Henri Van Herwegen alias Panamarenko (Antwerp, 1940), ‘Japanese flying pack’, 2001. Motor, metal tubing, two leather belts, propellers, rubber bands. H 53.3 x W 157.5 x D 91 cm.... [Lire la suite]
06 janvier 2017

Jan Fabre (né en 1958), Beekeeper II, 1998-1999

Jan Fabre (né en 1958), Beekeeper II, 1998-1999, sculpture composée de scarabées et coléoptères collés sur fil de fer, 200 x 84 x 81 cm. Adjugé : 419 510 €. Jeudi 15 décembre, Atelier Richelieu. Pierre Bergé & Associés OVV.
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28 novembre 2016

Jan Fabre & Ilya Kabakov (nés en 1958 et 1933), La mouche et le scarabée, 2000

Lot 248. Jan Fabre & Ilya Kabakov (nés en 1958 et 1933), La mouche et le scarabée, 2000. Estimation : 120 000 € / 150 000 €. Photo Cornette de Saint-Cyr. Deux costumes–sculptures conçus par Jan Fabre et Ilya Kabakov. Réalisés par Jan Fabre. Exemplaire de scène. Un autre exemplaire existe ayant servi à la performance intitulée « A meeting / Vstrecha» de 1997. Technique mixte. Dimensions variables. Art Contemporain et Design - Part 2 chez Cornette de Saint Cyr... [Lire la suite]
11 mars 2016

Jan Fabre. Spiritual Guards at Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Vecchio & Forte Belvedere

Jan Fabre, Scarabeo stercorario sacro con albero di alloro (2012)/Holy dung beetle with laurel tree (2012). Fotografo/Photographer: Pat Verbruggen. Copyright: Angelos bvba FLORENCE - The Forte Belvedere in Florence is getting set to host this year's edition of its annual fixture with great art. Following the two international exhibitions showcasing the art of Giuseppe Penone and Antony Gormley, the former Medici fortress' bastions this year will be hosting the works of Jan Fabre, one of the most innovative and important figures on... [Lire la suite]