Philippe Van Snick

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Belgian artist Philippe Van Snick has an interest in systematic methodology that leads him to develop and consistently apply a personal colour and numeral system, within which in the following decades he subsequently continues to gradually innovate. Through his ingenious handling of various mediums this consistent method has produced a richly detailed body of work, in which both the universal themes of modernism resound (the autonomy of the artwork, geometric abstraction as a universal language) and everyday observations and chance play a major role.

2 videos

  • Philippe Van Snick

    The exhibition spans almost five decades, and traces developments in this artist’s highly consistent body of work, best known for its postminimalist painting.

  • Middle Gate II – The Story of Dymphna Islands

    The exhibition project Middle Gate II – The Story of Dymphna is a collaboration between M HKA (Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp) and the cultural centre de Werft in Geel.