Landscape blue mountain

About this work

Between deconstruction and reconstruction, the various landscapes of Samuel Coisne evolve constantly into uniquely poetic postmodern artworks. The materials used belong to the realm of totally ordinary “found objects”; thrown away, scattered, broken, lost, forgotten, useless pieces of waste. With mindfulness and respect for what seem to be “ordinary pieces of wood”, Samuel Coisne offers them a new life, adding dignity and pride while simultaneously evoking a secret hope for rebirth.

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  • MediumWood (MDF)
  • Dimensions32 cm H x 42 cm W (framed)
  • Year2016
  • EditionUnique piece
  • FramedMounted on white frame with plexiglass
  • AuthentificationSigned and dated on the back
  • Return policyWithin 14 days after delivery
  • Shipping modalitiesWithin 5-10 business days from Brussels (Belgium)
  • PaymentEligible for interest free loan offered by Kunst Aan Zet

Samuel Coisne

Samuel Coisne (°1980, French, based in Brussels, BE) work is highly appreciated in Belgium and abroad. After several exhibitions (from 2008 onwards), Samuel’s work was selected in 2011 for the « Prix Médiatine » and « le Prix de la Jeune sculpture » of the Federation Wallonia-Brussels. In 2013 his work was shown at Art Paris by the Lebanese art gallery «Alice Mogabgab». In 2014 he had his first exhibition in Beirut, LB. A year later, in 2015, he exhibited «The Glory of Broken Things» at the MAAC (Maison d’Art Actuel des Chartreux) in Brussels, BE. Samuel’s most recent exhibitions include a solo exhibition in cooperation with Twyce Architects in Auderghem (Brussels, BE) and a solo exhibition in Centre Culturel Jacques Franck in Saint Gilles (Brussels, BE) under the name « Entropie », both in September-October 2016.

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