Leen Voet - For all the Cats in the World
|Author||Martin Germann; Eva Witcockx|
Using subtle humour, Leen Voet incorporates elements from visual and literary sources into paintings, installations, and drawings which she systematically brings together in series. From a voyeuristic view of life, painting, and artistry, Voet reflects on stereotypes, the local, the autonomy of the individual, and origins and provenance. Her style balances on the border of the pictorial and is characterised by vibrant hues, fields of colour, and geometric shapes. ‘For all the Cats in the World’ presents an overview of the rich oeuvre she has produced in recent years. With an essay by Martin Germann and a conversation between the artist and curator Eva Wittocx.
|272 p, ills colour & bw, 21 x 26 cm, hb, Dutch/English|