30 Fenchurch Street
London, United Kingdom
Arne Quinze calls for a balance between nature and society with Lupine Flower, by drawing attention to the diversity found in nature, with his unique visual language.
Quinze sculpts with an industrial excavator and hopes to captivate the viewer with the sculptures striking blend of pronounced strength and delicate elegance. This destructive and creative act, seeks to reflect the immense power of nature in its evolutionary growth. For more information on the artist, visit his website HERE.
Lupine Flower, 2023
Steel, aluminum and enamel
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Arne Quinze is a Belgian contemporary artist, painter and sculptor. His work involves everything from small drawings and paintings, medium-sized sculptures to massive installations. Quinze was born in Belgium in 1971 and currently lives and works in Sint-Martens-Latem, a town near the Belgian city of Ghent. His early career in the 1980s was as a graffiti artist. He always questioned the role of cities and their role as open air museums. His work quickly evolved from Street Art to Public Art with recurring themes social interaction, urbanisation and diversity.