press release

Since the end of the 1990s, he has been developing a varied oeuvre, which includes photography, compositions made from objects he has found or others have thrown away, performances and three-dimensional installations. He likes to work with 'staged' presentational pieces, in which photographs are integrated into his installations. He seeks his inspiration in historical and literary facts and gives similar titles to his resulting works. In 2011, the year in which he won the important German Kunstpreis Finkerwerder, he accepted the invitation to be a artist-in-residence in 2014. This is his first museumshow in Belgium.

Hopstreet Gallery and In Flanders Fields Museum are pleased to invite you for the opening of the exhibition on Saturday 5 July at 17.30.