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Galerie Templon is holding the second solo exhibition of Jan Van Imschoot’s work in Brussels. The cinematic painter and selfproclaimed master of anarcho-baroque is back in Belgium with a brand new series influenced by Caravaggio.

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‘I’m a child of painting and of cinema, a Flemish painter and a Latino-Belgian surrealist, with language and images as my partners. Thank you Rik Wouters, thank you René, thank you Marcel’ explains the artist, who constantly questions the potential of painting.

In Amore Dormiente, Jan Van Imschoot tackles themes such as love, sexual desire, lust and vengeance with black backgrounds and …

‘I’m a child of painting and of cinema, a Flemish painter and a Latino-Belgian surrealist, with language and images as my partners. Thank you Rik Wouters, thank you René, thank you Marcel’ explains the artist, who constantly questions the potential of painting.

In Amore Dormiente, Jan Van Imschoot tackles themes such as love, sexual desire, lust and vengeance with black backgrounds and flamboyant colours, naked bodies in motion and powerful gestures.

Freed from the academic straitjacket of the art world imposed by the ‘undertakers’, Van Imschoot creates an extraordinary body of work with …

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Location

Rue Veydt 13A - Veydtstraat 13A
Brussels, BE
Tue – Sat, 11am – 6pm