The artist JCJ Vanderheyden researches the basic principles of painting, but at the same time he studies our ways of seeing. He paints and experiments with a wide range of media such as photography, printing and video.
During his visual research JCJ Vanderheydenbuilt up an important archive consisting of sketches, writing, photographs, snapshots, models and reproductions. Especially for the library exhibition, Vanderheyden made a choice from these unique and previously unexhibited materials
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