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Stephane Vereecken

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Stephane Vereecken

Born: 23

Hometown: Brussels

Based in: Belgium

 

Stéphane Vereecken’s works are centered on the human being, the different stories surrounding
our species and our goal in a constantly changing world.
He started exhibiting in galleries very young and exhibiting with artists like Araki, Dolores Marat,
Paul Mc Carthy in differents places and art galleries in Brussels. Since then he has exhibited in Europe
( Greece, France, Italy, Spain … ) and the United States to New York.
Her photographic work has been published in many art magazines. He live and work to Brussels.

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Stephane Vereecken, Belgium

Photography

US$ 5,000

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Stephane Vereecken, Belgium

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US$ 5,000

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Stephane Vereecken, Belgium

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US$ 5,000

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Stephane Vereecken, Belgium

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US$ 5,000

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hotel mutation 23 by Stephane Vereecken

Stephane Vereecken, Belgium

Photography

US$ 5,000

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About Stephane Vereecken


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What inspires you?

Human sociology and the aspiration of the human being to want to progress and change the world. The surreal dream inspires me every day. The work of David Lynch, Jerome Bosch, Leonard de Vinci inspires me.


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Describe your creative process.

I draw a lot and all my photographic images are imagined like a painting.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

An unfinished dream


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

David Lynche, Michael Borremans, Jerome Bosch, Leonard de Vinci


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

My pencil


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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

Never give up on an idea. An idea is transformed and the way to finish a work is only the pleasure that generates another work


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Where do you go for inspiration?

A walk in the woods and my town, people inspire me a lot

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