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Bram Kinsbergen


Through my work I try to enlarge my own understanding of individuals and humanity at large. My work deals both with issues of which we think we comprehend and matters of which we wonder and assume we don’t know them; it’s about mirrors and walls. Walls because we’re not always able to know what’s behind the story we are confronted with and mirrors because we like to think we know what’s behind it because we can see some of ourselves reflected in it. In a very humble way I hover over the big and small questions about who we are and why we are who we are.



The horse appeared to be a zebra, curated by Barry Camps, Huisgalerij Art Uur, Lier

Coup de Foudre, curated by Joelle Provost

The annual Christmas show - Galleri Oxholm, Denmark

In afwezigheid van de kunstenaar - Curated by Dirk Schellekens

My Mam's name isn't Carol... - D'Apostrof, Deinze

Arture #10, Ressegem (Herzele)
What will is, what will come - Nightingale, Antwerp
Yugen#16, curated by Jan Hoet Junior, Ghent
Nomadic Mountains - Schunck, Heerlen
Kunstvijver - Boechout,
Kunstkastelenroute Collateral Event, Zottegem
Nothing But Good - Park, Tilburg