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Denis Schneider Vernissage 2009
Denis Schneider


  Galerie In Vorm, Hasselt, Belgium
Denis Schneider

Denis Schneider studied at the School of Beaux-Arts in Paris and started exhibiting in 1967 on the Parisian’s art market.
In 1970, he took the decision to leave Paris to free himself from any restraint and dedicate himself to his art. Since then, he has been creating his works of art in seclusion. From 1980 onwards he has been living in the Ardèche. There, among other things, he designed colorschemes for buildings in relation to their surroundings. Denis Schneider regularly exhibites again in France and abroad since 1998. The intervening years he also made several journeys to Africa, India and Canada. In 2002 and 2003, Schneider exhibited his large scale paintings at the Gérard Philipe Theatre of St Denis. From there, he was commissioned to illustrate the theatre’s various publications and stage designs.

Gerard Verdijk Standing and lying,1983 paper 70x100 cm
Gerard Verdijk


  Galerie In Vorm, Hasselt, Belgium
Gerard Verdijk

Académie de la Grande Chaumière, Parijs (1956-1957)
Académie André Lhôte, Parijs (1956-1957)
Vrije Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten, Den Haag (1958)
More important for his development, he finds himself connecting with artists such as Kees van Dongen, Conrad Kickert, Serge Poliakoff and Alberto Giacometti. Verdijk Price won the Jacob Hartog (1965), the Prix d'Europe, Ostend (1966 silver medal), the Jacob Maris Prize for Painting (1964 and 1967), he received scholarships from the Ministry of Culture, Recreation and Social Work (1969 and 1971). Verdijk made trips to African countries call on (1982) and Japan (1991 and 1992). There was a retrospective exhibition of his work in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (1993/1994).Since 1994 he lived and worked in France, the USA, Germany, Portugal and Japan.

Jan van Munster Ratio 2009 200cm
Jan Van Munster


  Galerie In Vorm, Hasselt, Belgium
Jan Van Munster

Jan van Munster is an energetic sculptor. The theme of rational and emotional energy runs through his work. Not only are these two sources of energy the theme, but also the artist’s material. Jan van Munster sculpts with light and dark, warmth and cold, attraction and rejection and plus and minus.




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