1932 - 1984
Overleden in Apt (FR), geboren in Itegem (BE).
The Belgian ZERO artist Jef Verheyen (1932-1984) became known as the painter of light streams and colour spectra. He experimented not only with light, but also with movement and the invisible as means to evoke natural mechanisms and to reveal universal interrelationships between human beings and the surrounding world. He used geometric principles – his passion for geometry was born out of his interest in mathematics and (Greek) philosophy – as the basis for harmony. Verheyen never gave up on traditional media and materials such as the canvas, paint, and brushes to search for the essence of our nature.
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Belgische Kunst 1960-1970
Jef Verheyen, Yves Gevaert, Toni Feldenkirchen, Andreas Becker, Panamarenko, Belgische Kunst 1960-1970, 1970. Book, ink, paper, 29 x 18 cm, language : German, French, publisher : Kölnischer Kunstverein, Köln.
Jef Verheyen, Untitled (Monochrome), 1967. Painting, oil on canvas , 60 x 50 cm.
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LATT: nieuwe kunst in Ant...
10 February 2012 - 18 March 2012.
nieuwe kunst in Antwerpen was gewijd aan kunstenaarsbeweging G58. Antwerpen 1958: naast een wereldhaven die elke dag meer groeide, lag een in
Paul De Vree: Neonlicht [...
05 October 2012 - 20 January 2013.
My personal view on poetry is an evolutive one: experiment in progress and as far as possible different disciplines in fusion. So I put in pr
THE GAP – Abstracte kunst...
30 January 2016 - 29 May 2016.
Met bijzondere aandacht voor de notie van abstractie binnen de twintigste-eeuwse en hedendaagse Belgische kunst, en de uiteenlopende inspirat