Quinten Ingelaere (°1985 lives and works in Antwerp)
Quinten Ingelaere investigates the way classic themes and archetypes of art history installed themselves in our collective memory, how these allegories influence our expectations towards, and the way we perceive contemporary art. He appropriates strategies of 17th century old masters, manipulates them and tries to reduce them to their essence.
Quinten Ingelaere (°1985, Ghent) lives and works in Antwerp. He graduated (MFA) from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp in 2009 and currently teaches at the same Academie.
His work was recently included in (selection)
“I could have lived here” curated by Emmanuel Lambion (Museum M, Leuven)
“Master Maquette” (Verbeke Foundation, Kemzeke)
Maison Grégoire (Brussels)
“Beeldruim #3”, Nucleo (Ghent),
“Retrospective / Introspective”, Dauwens & Beernaert (Brussels)
“A Belgian Politician”, Marion de Cannière (Antwerp)
In 2014 CC Maasmechelen hosted his first major solo exhibition “Muscicapidae”
“paradox paradice”, 2015, Dauwens & Beernaert (Brussels)
“Paragone”, 2016, Dauwens & Beernaert (Brussels)