GRIDS AND RUINS

Timothee de Brouwer is a young artist who graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Antwerp and from la Cambre in Brussels, as he was doing a double-graduate, in 2019.

He was born in Belgium in 1994, and he grew up partly in France and Tunisia, before coming back to Belgium for his studies.

He was originally trained as a Graphic Designer, but often shifted his practice to Sculpture, and especially Ceramics, as he felt the need to work with three-dimensional materials which would be able to experience the constrains of time. His approach is intuitive, playful and naïve, but also generous and free.

An oscillation between abstract and figurative is operate. The main focus of his work embodies the concept of imaginary ruins, including various symbols and

representations of life such as animals and plants. Today he works and lives in Brussels.

EXHIBITION

TIMOTHEE DE BROUWER

29/09 to 09/11/2019