»Lake Huron from the Southwest«, 2010 by Becky Beasley.

»Wreck«, 2010 by Jan Kempenaers.


»Cat’s Concert«, 1635 by David Teniers the Younger.

»certainly more beautiful things and observations will come«, 2009 by Rinus van de Velde.

»Obelisk«, 1983,

»Speybank«, 1999/2005 by Luc Deleu.


»Heroes Square (1896) Vs Obi Wan Kenobi (1977)« by Ives Maes.


„Nocturnal cage for Australian night animals” and “Cage for Galago crassicaudata” by Wesley Meuris.

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“Blast #6” and “Blast #3” by Geert Goiris. See also Sarah Pickering.

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Stefaan Dheedene bought a piece of furniture from the Billy series at Ikea. The day before the exhibition opening, Dheedene took Billy back to Ikea. He received the money he invested back. In the time before the opening the artist hired a carpenter who reconstructed the mass-produced Billy as a unique work of art. Using a slightly different wood, Dheedene’s Billy was born – almost the same as Ikea’s mass-produced version sold all over the world, but unique.


The movement of light through a window from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. “10to5″ by Plinio Avila.

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“Recycled Raindrops” and

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“Una Pasta Per Guilietta” by Peter de Cupere.


Last Supper, a collection by Koji Arai from the Fashion Department Antwerp Show 2006. More pictures on dianepernet.typepad.com.


+ONE the first issue of a magazine made by seventeen final year students from the Fashion Department of Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts.