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Antwerpse Handjes (sculptural wall piece inspired by Belgian Antwerpse Handjes), 2019

Resin, plastic, foam and paint
42 9/10 × 55 9/10 × 2 in
109 × 142 × 5 cm
This is a unique work.
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Brussels, Knokke, Zaventem
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MARUANI MERCIER GALLERY
Brussels, Knokke, +1 more
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Chocolates designed by Jos Hacker, who in 1934 won the contest of the Royal Society of Master …

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Chocolates designed by Jos Hacker, who in 1934 won the contest of the Royal Society of Master Confectioners of Antwerp for “antwerpse hanjes”.

Referred to as “Antwerpse handjes” in Dutch, these chocolates are associated primarily with the myth of
the founding of the city, in which the hero Brabo slew the tyrannical …

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Hank Willis Thomas
American, b. 1976
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Conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas uses photography to explore issues of identity, history, race, …

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Conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas uses photography to explore issues of identity, history, race, and class. Inspired by the works of Carrie Mae Weems, Lorna Simpson, and his mother, photographer Deborah Willis, he employs language and familiar imagery to address issues that are often overlooked in our pop …

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MARUANI MERCIER GALLERY
Brussels, Knokke, +1 more
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Chocolates designed by Jos Hacker, who in 1934 won the contest of the Royal Society of Master …

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Chocolates designed by Jos Hacker, who in 1934 won the contest of the Royal Society of Master Confectioners of Antwerp for “antwerpse hanjes”.

Referred to as “Antwerpse handjes” in Dutch, these chocolates are associated primarily with the myth of
the founding of the city, in which the hero Brabo slew the tyrannical …

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Hank Willis Thomas
American, b. 1976
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Conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas uses photography to explore issues of identity, history, race, …

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Conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas uses photography to explore issues of identity, history, race, and class. Inspired by the works of Carrie Mae Weems, Lorna Simpson, and his mother, photographer Deborah Willis, he employs language and familiar imagery to address issues that are often overlooked in our pop …

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Antwerpse Handjes (sculptural wall piece inspired by Belgian Antwerpse Handjes), 2019

Resin, plastic, foam and paint
42 9/10 × 55 9/10 × 2 in
109 × 142 × 5 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
location
Brussels, Knokke, Zaventem
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