Han Hoogerbrugge, Lieven Segers, Ruth van Haren Noman – Art Brussels 2013

17.04.2013 – 21.04.2013

Base-Alpha Gallery is proud to announce that one of our artists is commissioned for the decoration of the courtesy-cars. We will present new work of Han Hoogerbrugge, Lieven Segers and Ruth van Haren Noman at booth 3c-35.

More information on www.artbrussels.be

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Artist-project by Han Hoogerbrugge

Han Hoogerbrugge’s animation Parade is inspired by the historic, emblematic painting of the Belgian expressionist and surrealist James Ensor (1860 – 1949), Christ’s Entry into Brussels (1889). The artist transformed a Range Rover into an iconic art work about masses, movement and individuality.

Han Hoogerbrugge, Rotterdam (The Netherlands), is an artist, illustrator, and animator whose work spans diverse media. He is regarded as one of the pioneers of internet art and has become known for the animations he has posted regularly on the net since the end of the 1990s. His work explores the contemporary human condition through animations such as the Modern Living/Neurotica series (1998-2001), Nails (2002-2007) and the absurdist online comic 
Prostress 2.0 (2008 – present).
Hoogerbrugge presents an existentialist view of life at the dawn of the twenty first century and his work deals with timeless concerns and issues such as ageing, fear, sex, death, religion, and alienation.

Apart from his video animations and his work as a visual artist, Hoogerbrugge has also made a number of music videos for The Pet Shop Boys, The Young Punx and Dead Man Ray. He also contributes weekly illustrations for the Dutch National Newspaper De Volkskrant.

Parade, 2013
© Han Hoogerbrugge
Courtesy: Base-Alpha Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium
Special project for the new Range Rover, commissioned by Land Rover Belgium