Born in Antwerp (Belgium), lives in Antwerp (Belgium).
Studies: PhD Art History and Archeology, University of Gent (1964)
Most important professional jobs: 1972-1981: Director of the International Cultural Center in Antwerpen (ICC) 1983: Founder of Artefactum, international magazine on contemporary art (1983-1995) 1985-2002: Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerpen (MUHKA) 2002-: Director of Bex Art Consult bvba Antwerpen 2008-2009: Art Consultant for Aon Belgium NV
Organised more than 600 exhibitions on contemporary art in Belgium and abroad, editor of catalogues to these exhibitions; publication of numerous articles in catalogues, books, magazines... Professor and guest-professor at several universities in Belgium and abroad. Honorary president of the Association of Belgian Art Critics (AICA).
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Letter to Marcel Peeters ...
Florent Bex, Gordon Matta-Clark, Letter to Marcel Peeters by Florent Bex, 4-10-1977, 1977. Letter, ink, paper.
Letter from Gordon Matta-...
Gordon Matta-Clark, Florent Bex, Letter from Gordon Matta-Clark to Florent Bex, 25.7.77, 1977. Letter.
Florent Bex, Gordon Matta-Clark, 1977. Book, ink, paper, 30.5 cm x 22 cm, 49 p., ill..
ARKART, Kunstveiling voor...
Panamarenko, Florent Bex, ARKART, Kunstveiling voor het goede doel - 12 & 13 oktober 2002 (catalogus), 2002. Book, ink, paper, 12 x 17 cm, 108 p, language : Dutch, publisher : Rotaryclub Sint-Gillis, Stekene.
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Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarc...
05 October 2012 - 20 January 2013.
GORDON MATTA-CLARK (1943-1978) was an ‘all-round artist’. He called his own work and that of the group that gathered around him 'anarchitectu
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Office Baroque: History o...
“The rings accidentally left behind on a drawing by a teacup, gave me the idea to organize the whole around two semi-circles of slightly diff
Invited by the ICC to come and do something in Antwerp, Matta-Clark reacted enthusiastically. In his first response, he asks only for a ‘spo
'Office Baroque': the pro...
At each storey in the office-building, Gordon Matta-Clark made two circular cut-through incisions. In this way, created were various and lar