The week began with ceramics by Sierra Pecheur whose work makes up an exhibition where the skulls and bones are sold by the pound.
Exploring through James Gulliver Hancock’s portfolio will reveal some thought-provoking installations for public spaces.
Tom Liekens evokes the Flemish masters, but places his catch out of doors instead of at the feast.
David Mach changes the fate of hundreds of wire hangers by using them as prime material for his sculptures.
There are no white picket fences in Jeff Brouws’ Freshly Painted Houses series, but a strong sense of suburbia is definitely present in candy colours. SM
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