jan fabre angelos

Over the years, Jan Fabre has also built up an exceptional oeuvre as a visual artist. He has become well known to a wide audience with the “Tivoli castle” (1990), “Heaven of Delight” (2002), in which the ceiling of the Mirror Room at the Royal Palace in Brussels is drawn with jewel beetle wing-shields, his open-air sculptures, including “The man who measures the clouds” (1998), “Searching for Utopia” (2003) and “Totem” (2000–2004). Among recent exhibitions are “Homo Faber” (KMSKA, Antwerp, 2006), “Hortus / Corpus” (Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, 2011), “From the Cellar to the Attic – From the Feet to the Brain” (Kunsthaus Bregenz, 2008 and Venice Biennale, 2009), “The Hour Blue” (Kunsthistorisches Museum,Vienna, 2011) and “Stigmata. Actions and Performances 1976–2013” (MAXXI, Rome, 2013 and M HKA, Antwerp, 2015). In 2008, he presented his work at the Louvre, Paris (“L’Ange de la metamorphose”). In 2016, he will create a large scale exhibition at the State Hermitage Museum in St-Petersburg.
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