27/03/2006

Johan Clarysse

Johan Clarysse


In search of the human destiny, he first painted a kind of Odysseus in which the human being was fully engaged but Johan Clarysse (°1957) was immediately trapped by the abundance of pictures from all over the world.

He then tried to demonstrate (and dismantle) the evidence presenting a sentence and the way people can understand it and this is never a classical approach.

With a good sense of philosophical research he looks back into the century’s history and the important events of the past...

As he never fails into despair the human characters become the centre oh his investigations.

Well-known pictures from films become like the shots in an information television bulletin just to show the human evolution.

This is becoming a kind story presenting portraits of existing people and the ways they are going.

A philosophic research and a quick and acute looks into reality follow the evolution line of life.

This is more than a simple look at reality because when reading slowly the various pictures of the show; visitors will discover under the soft brushing, most of the questions men can ask.

Anita NARDON

Galerie s & h de buck,
Zuidstationstraat 25
9000 Gent
phone 09 225 10 81

From March 11 to April 24, 2006
Wednesday to Saturday from 3 to 6 pm





















































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