Jan Fabre

Selected works

Jan Fabre was born in 1958 in Antwerp where he lives and works. He has worked in the theatre and is an internationally renowned choreographer. Over the last twenty years he has also developed a body of art work based on a variety of materials, including blood, ball-point pen ink, beetle wings, bones, stuffed animals and marble. Jan Fabre is an inveterate draughtsman, creating sculptures and installations that explore topics such as metamorphosis, the dialogue between art and science, humankind’s relationship to nature and the artist as a warrior of beauty.

L’Heure Sauvage
January 9 - February 22, 2020

Ma nation: l'imagination, Fondation Maeght
June 30 - November 11, 2018

Folklore Sexuel Belge (2017-2018) Mer du Nord Sexuelle Belge (2018) 
May 17 - July 21, 2018

The appearance and disappearance of Bacchus, Antwerp, Christ (2016). Special creations for The State Hermitage Museum 
April 18 - June 2, 2018

Daniel Templon Portrait d'une galerie
Institut Bernard Magrez, Bordeaux, France
March 11 - May 13, 2017

Knight of Despair/Warrior of Beauty, Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, Russia 
October 21, 2016 - April 9, 2017

Hommage à Jérôme Bosch au Congo (2011-2013)
Hommage au Congo Belge (2010-2013) 

Gisants (Effigies) (Tricute to E.C Crosby et K.Z Lorenz)

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