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Vincent Geyskens

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When we look at images, we look for connections with our world, with the reality we know. Vincent plays with these expectations of images and painting: what do images mean to us, what role do surfaces and paint play in how we read and analyse an image, what links do we make with images we encounter in our everyday life?

His work challenges you, the viewer. Vincent Geyskens uses figurative and abstract elements interchangeably and experiments with different types of surfaces. These range from paper to plastic, from canvas to objects he has found, and in this way, he explores the limits and possibilities of the chosen surfaces.

Vincent Geyskens' exhibition at M brings together various series and types of works from the past ten years, supplemented by a number of older reference works. You follow as it were, Geyskens' quest for the status of the image in today's society. M presents both collages, sketches, paintings on canvas and painted series of frames and thus establishes links between different approaches to painting.

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Leuven, M Leuven

11:00 - €12

Free for members

Members need to book their free ticket via the button below. Choose ‘Subbacultcha’ during checkout, and show your ticket, Digital Membership ID and ID at the box office.

When we look at images, we look for connections with our world, with the reality we know. Vincent plays with these expectations of images and painting: what do images mean to us, what role do surfaces and paint play in how we read and analyse an image, what links do we make with images we encounter in our everyday life?

His work challenges you, the viewer. Vincent Geyskens uses figurative and abstract elements interchangeably and experiments with different types of surfaces. These range from paper to plastic, from canvas to objects he has found, and in this way, he explores the limits and possibilities of the chosen surfaces.

Vincent Geyskens' exhibition at M brings together various series and types of works from the past ten years, supplemented by a number of older reference works. You follow as it were, Geyskens' quest for the status of the image in today's society. M presents both collages, sketches, paintings on canvas and painted series of frames and thus establishes links between different approaches to painting.


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