The Art of Jan Fabre
Jan's art on paper is done in pen and depict a number of interesting scenes, often of insects. His sculptural work, however, steals the show.
Sculptures from this artist range in scope but consistently deliver on the front of otherworldly imagination.
The human form often plays an important role in his work - mangled and missmatched with the contours and forms of other objects and creatures.
The noteworthy use of light in many of his sculptural works deepens the art's expression almost inexplicably.
Fabre's animal-related work has earned him a bad reputation, but his beetle-based palatial decorative work, "Heaven of Delight," is an impressive feat.
Take a look below!
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