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Bram Verstraeten, artist, 19/02/1976

The first exhibitions of Bram Verstraeten examined movements of individuals and groups. During his solo-exhibition ‘Sweet Dreams’ in 2009 Bram constructed a dreamy bedroom of a 10-year-old boy including a bed in the shape of a racing car and toys. Today Bram Verstraeten focuses on themes like panic and artificial nature.

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Bram Verstraeten stelt al 10 jaar tentoon. Zijn eerste tentoonstellingen handelden over bewegingen van individuen en groepen. Tijdens zijn laatste solotentoonstelling ‘Sweet Dreams’ in 2009 reconstrueerde hij een droomkamer met een racebed en speelobjecten. In zijn nieuwe kunstwerken focust Bram op thema’s zoals paniek en de kunstmatige natuur.

  • Solo-exposition ‘Ready Steady’ in Stadsmagazijn Antwerp – Belgium (may 2003)
  • 18th  international ‘Independent Arts-Festival’ in Sint-Niklaas – Belgium (march 2004)
  • Solo- exposition ‘De Rolvogel’ at the university of Antwerp in ( may 2006)
  • Lineart, Ghent – Belgium (2006)
  • Young Art Collectors’ at Galery Van Campen & Rochtus in Antwerp – Belgium (dec 2006 – jan 2007)
  • Exposition at gallery Panta Rei Brughes – Belgium (may – july 2007)
  • Exposition – Musée de Comblain-au-pont – Belgium (sept – okt 2007)
  • Group exhibition – art meets Peter Greenaway’s film ‘the pillowbook’ – Melsele Belgium (November 2007)
  • Assignment for ‘Youth Film Festival Antwerp’, proclamation of winners at MuHKA-media (february 2008).
  • Young Art Collectors’ at Galery Van Campen & Rochtus in Antwerp – Belgium (jan 2008)
  • The Big Revival, group exhibition at NICC (april 2008)
  • Sweet Dreams, solo-exposition at SD Antwerp (december 2008)
  • Group exhibition at Briels Melsele (february 2013)
  • Selection National Contest August Vermeylenfund, Ostend (may 2014)
  • Group exhibition ‘Tussen zomerlicht en winterdroom’, Maarkedal (oct 2014)
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