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Jan De Cock

Palais des Beaux Arts, 2009, REPROMOTION, Monument #12, 2009

Fibreboard with and without melamine layer, coated steel, construction wood, acrylic, inkjet print and timetable
180 3/10 × 216 1/2 × 196 9/10 in
458 × 550 × 500 cm
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Otegem
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Deweer Gallery
Otegem
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The monumental, sculptural ensemble that is ‘Monument # 12’, was created as an autonomous part of …

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The monumental, sculptural ensemble that is ‘Monument # 12’, was created as an autonomous part of the important Repromotion exhibition Jan De Cock made for the suite of 11 exhibition rooms of BOZAR – Centre of Fine Arts in Brussels in 2009. Today Repromotion is commonly considered one of the most crucial mile stones …

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Jan De Cock
Belgian, b. 1976
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Jan De Cock borrows a film vocabulary in discussing his photography and installation …

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Jan De Cock borrows a film vocabulary in discussing his photography and installation works—particularly durée (passage of time) and mise-en-scène (staging for a camera), for describing the way his pieces frame and tell stories. De Cock commonly photographs landscapes and architecture, then displays the images as …

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The monumental, sculptural ensemble that is ‘Monument # 12’, was created as an autonomous part of …

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The monumental, sculptural ensemble that is ‘Monument # 12’, was created as an autonomous part of the important Repromotion exhibition Jan De Cock made for the suite of 11 exhibition rooms of BOZAR – Centre of Fine Arts in Brussels in 2009. Today Repromotion is commonly considered one of the most crucial mile stones …

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Copyright Atelier Jan De Cock
Jan De Cock
Belgian, b. 1976
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Jan De Cock borrows a film vocabulary in discussing his photography and installation …

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Jan De Cock borrows a film vocabulary in discussing his photography and installation works—particularly durée (passage of time) and mise-en-scène (staging for a camera), for describing the way his pieces frame and tell stories. De Cock commonly photographs landscapes and architecture, then displays the images as …

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Jan De Cock

Palais des Beaux Arts, 2009, REPROMOTION, Monument #12, 2009

Fibreboard with and without melamine layer, coated steel, construction wood, acrylic, inkjet print and timetable
180 3/10 × 216 1/2 × 196 9/10 in
458 × 550 × 500 cm
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location
Otegem
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