Wim Delvoye Exhibition

Galerie Perrotin

poster for Wim Delvoye Exhibition
[Image: Wim Delvoye "Maserati" (2012) Embossed aluminum 31 1/2 × 177 3/16 × 78 7/8 in. © Wim Delvoye / ADAGP, Paris & ARS, New York, 2017. Courtesy Perrotin]

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Celebrated for his scandalous Cloaca machines, which scientifically transform the cuisine of the world’s best chefs into manufactured poo, and tattooed live pigs that aesthetically aunt drawings of Disney princesses and fashion logos, Belgian artist Wim Delvoye creates art to fascinate people.

A neo-conceptual artist, Delvoye is widely known for contemporary art that cleverly combines philosophical ideas, a fresh use of materials and a love for craftsmanship. Blurring the boundary between the art of the past and the digital realm of current art practice, he makes aerodynamic, mathematically perfect, intricate sculptures that take both art and design to new levels of invention.

Continually confronting what already exists with what can exist, Delvoye takes audiences on a virtual journey with his sublime suitcases, car parts, cement trucks and motorcycle tires, while bringing us deeper into his church of thought with a stunning array of twisted Christian crucifixes and digitally deformed Neoclassical sculptures. […]
Paul Laster



from September 09, 2017 to October 29, 2017


Wim Delvoye

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