Jan Fabre is active/lives in Belgium. Jan Fabre is known for painting and sculpture.
In the art world is Jan Fabre, famous for his extensive drawings made with blue BIC ballpoint pens and intricate installations, but he is equally renowned in the theater as a writer and director. He soon became recognized for his rebellious performances in the late 1970s, where he burned the audience's money and created drawings of the ash. He has since moved interdisciplinary between art, theater and dance.
Farbe has a series of insightful artwork lifting the discussion about their home country of Belgium's bloody colonial history. With the shimmering green shells of LOST African beetles he creates mosaics in patterns and symbols that reflect the terrible assault against the Congolese population under King Leopol ... Displaying 750 of 2029 characters.