Arne Quinze is a Belgian conceptual artist best known for his unconventional and controversial public art installations. Quinze also creates large and small sculptures, drawings, and paintings. In his late teens, he started out as a graffiti artist in Brussels, and he never completed a formal art education.
In every culture Quinze comes across, he unravels physical processes, drawing inspiration for his oeuvre, and is fueled by overwhelming optimism. Every new creative breed captures his research and study on interaction, and urban movement expressing the continuously evolution of human beings and their surroundings. Besides building architectural sculptures, he creates complex art pieces and video installations inscribing his vision in society of how people see themselves and society.
Belgian muralist, ROA along side Defo, Jen Zie, Martin Ron, and Pichi & Avo have recently finished an unusual stack of murals in Belgium set up by the North West Walls Festival curated by Belgian artist Arne Quinze . Giant cargo containers were stacked together to for the artists to paint on in all directions.
The powerful finished piece by ROA towers over the viewer showing caged animals and themes of confinement on both sides of the stacked containers:
Pichi and Avo of Valencia,Spain also finished an impressive stack featuring Menelaus and Achilles, exploring greek mythological characters.
Martin Ron also worked along side ROA and Pichi & Avo:
And finally, DEFO:
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