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06.05.2022 14:00

Symposium & book launch - Ritsart Gobyn

Pay what you can

LUCA School of arts presents:
Acts of Painting

Symposium and book launch, organized by painter and researcher Ritsart Gobyn (LUCA School of Arts Gent).

The symposium focusses on the phenomenon of painterly practices that foreground the artistic process. How do contemporary paintings visualize this process? Why do they sometimes even stage their own making? What are the historical and contemporary roots of this reflective practice? And what ​do we look for, as viewers, when we try to retrace the process in painting?

Programme

14u-17u: Artist talks, presentations and discussion

  • Kees Goudzwaard
  • Franziska Reinbothe
  • Koenraad Jonckheere
  • Melissa Gordon
  • Matthias Weischer​
  • Ritsart Gobyn
  • Tom Van Imschoot

17u-18u: Drinks & Book Presentation

20u: Films on the Painterly process, curated by Isolde Vanhee, Art Cinema OFFoff


Pay What You Can, registration required

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