Hans Op de Beeck is a highly commended Belgian artist. A recurring theme in his work is a broad reflection on our complex society and the universal questions of meaning and mortality that resonate within it. Above all, he is keen to stimulate the viewers’ senses, and invites them to really experience the image. In his work, Op de Beeck seeks to create a form of fiction that delivers a moment of wonder, silence and introspection.
Koen van den Broek is a Belgian artist who first studied architecture and subsequently painting.In his opinion, despite his painting studies, he has always remained an architect at heart. Ever since his student days, van den Broek has travelled constantly, always with his camera close to hand. He takes a lot of photos, which all depict the same subject: the architectural interventions of man on the landscape, which he then translates into paintings.
Jacco Olivier is an acclaimed Dutch painter. He unites abstraction and figuration by bringing together different layers of paint. As in his mesmerizing animations, the artist layers different projections on top of each other by bringing variety to volume and color. Central to Olivier’s work is what ‘painting’ can do and particularly what a painter can do with a minimum amount of resources and effort.