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  • Stan Van Steendam


    installation view, 2021
    Bjorn & Gundorph Gallery, Aarhus, Denmark



    gap, 2020
    pigments, dust, ash, plaster and epoxy on wood



    Down the Trail
    Installation view, 2022
    Barbé Urbain, Ghent, Belgium



    Down the Trail
    Installation view, 2022
    Barbé Urbain, Ghent, Belgium



    huén, 2021
    pigments, dust, dirt, plaster and epoxy resin on wood



    Stan Van Steendam
    Lives and works between Brussels and Lisbon
    b. 1985, Belgium

    The enigmatic work of Belgian artist Stan Van Steendam challenges our ideas of tradition and modernity. His work reflects a sense of intimacy that exists between the artist and his craft, his materials, and the emotions and sensations captured within his meditative creations — sculptural objects, and large-scale, monochromatic explorations in painting.
    Van Steendam’s practice aims to deconstruct the materiality of painting, which he explores by way of an extensive process of layering raw pigments, plaster, and other matter, such as ash, dirt, and dust.

    Excerpt from “Deconstructing Materiality” by Erin Stobie




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