kendell geers in ‘sex, money, power' at the maison particuliÈre, brussels

17 January 2013
Gallery artist Kendell Geers has been invited by the Maison Particulière in Brussells to take part in a group exhibition entitled ‘Sex, Money, Power.' The exhibition encourages the participation of the selected artists to share the perspectives they offer as collectors, artists, and literary agents, in an attempt to broach, beyond the present moment, the universality and timelessness of representations of sex, money, and power. 

Kendell Geers explains the essence of his work as an artist, namely that "art is non negotiable." With the bulk of his portfolio deeply anchored in the idea of transformation and symbols, the works he has selected to display tackle violence, apartheid, the body, icons. Beyond their immediate significance, these works raise questions that we do not ask, or no longer ask, revealing the secrets of our souls.

The exhibition runs from 17 January to 24 March 2013.

 

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