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"One reviewer once rather memorably described the pale, powerful quality of the Belgian artist Luc Tuyman’s work as “barely there, like an evil spirit passed on the stairs.” His subjects have ranged from a Japanese cannibal to a Gas Chamber at Dachau, from Condoleezza Rice to Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, although the subjects themselves aren’t really the real subjects. Tuymans is an artist who questions the fact of painting itself, what we see and don’t see, what we withhold or repress, what we choose to remember or forget..."  The Herald

"One reviewer once rather memorably described the pale, powerful quality of the Belgian artist Luc Tuyman’s work as “barely there, like an evil spirit passed on the stairs.” His subjects have ranged from a Japanese cannibal to a Gas Chamber at Dachau, from Condoleezza Rice to Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, although the subjects themselves aren’t really the real subjects. Tuymans is an artist who questions the fact of painting itself, what we see and don’t see, what we withhold or repress, what we choose to remember or forget..." The Herald

 

Luc Tuymans

2015, [media?]
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