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Jesse Chapman

Artists: Darren Bader, Matthew Brannon, Guillaume Bijl, Talia Chetrit, James Ensor, Caitlin Keogh, Christopher Knowles, Rosa Loy, Owen Land, Walter Price, Tyson Reeder, Mimmo Rotella, Ataru Sato, Paul Sietsema, Sophie Von Hellermann

Venue: Office Baroque, Brussels

Exhibition Title: Fleming Faloon

Date: June 1 – July 15, 2017

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"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque

Guillaume Bijl

Christopher Knowles

Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump.

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"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
"Fleming Faloon" at Office Baroque
Paul Sietsema
Matthew Brannon
Mimmo Rotella
Guillaume Bijl
Guillaume Bijl
Darren Bader
Owen Land
Owen Land
Sophie von Hellermann
James Ensor
Talia Chetrit
Tyson Reeder
Tyson Reeder
Walter Price
Christopher Knowles
Ataru Sato
Ataru Sato
Rosa Loy
Guillaume Bijil
Caitlin Keogh
Center: Keith Farquhar
Léon Spilliaert
Daniel Sinsel
Sascha Braunig
Dorota Jurczak
Matthew Wong
Jesse Chapman
Juliette Blightman
Juliette Blightman
Juliette Blightman
Juliette Blightman
Juliette Blightman
Juliette Blightman
Leigh Ledare
Rosa Loy
Paul Joostens
Matthew Carletty
Jan De Cock

 

Images courtesy of Office Baroque, Brussels

Press Release:

For the first time since its move to Brussels, Office Baroque will stage an exhibition that runs simultaneously at our downtown and midtown gallery spaces on Bloemenhofplein 5 Place du Jardin aux Fleurs and Ravensteinstraat 44 Rue Ravenstein. The exhibition Fleming Faloon takes its title from the 1963-64 film by Owen Land and is entirely devoted to portraits. In Land’s film, the image of a staring TV presenter is subjected to a series of manipulations, questioning the optical ambiguity of cinema and the projected image and its resistance to time. This first 16mm film by Land was a source of inspiration for Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests. The exhibition will feature work by twenty seven artists.

Link: “Fleming Faloon” at Office Baroque

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