Brecht Vandenbroucke: Trial and Error
From Adventures of Robert Nothing
Artist and illustrator Brecht Vandenbroucke is showing work at the Ship of Fools gallery in The Hague this week. Expect dark humour delivered in bright colours, and a painterly take on the ways of the web and digital culture...
Antwerp-based Vandenbroucke works in a range of media from inks, to film and sculpture, but he will be showing a range of new paintings at his Trial and Error show at the Ship of Fools gallery in The Hague from Friday.
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His illustrations have previously appeared in The New York Times, De Standaard, Vice and Rekto Verso, while his comics strips have been included in issues of Humo and NoBrow.
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Vandenbroucke's show Trial and Error is at Ship of Fools, Korte Voohort 20, 2511 CX The Hague, The Netherlands from May 25 until July 20. More details at shipoffoolsgallery.com. Vandenbroucke is represented by the Lezilus agency and blogs at brechtvandenbroucke.blogspot.co.uk.
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Nice paintings.These paintings have different grace and there color combination is so nice.These type of color combination give relaxation to eyes.Thanks for this great post.
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