GOLDEN HOUR FADED BLACK
26.02 – 01.05
Gardening and living have so much in common. We plant seeds and bulbs to reap what we sow, unbeknownst what the result might be. We can only hope that after darkness we shall rise again, just like the daffodils do. Thomas Renwart
In GOLDEN HOUR FADED BLACK, artist Thomas Renwart tells and depicts the origin of his fascination with daffodils and the hope they symbolise for him. Renwart is known for his sublime tapestries that excel in technical precision and innovation. At KIOSK he shows another, more conceptual side of his work: sketches, diary fragments and prints on textile.
The exhibition is twofold and takes place in and outside KIOSK. The outside work, located in the garden next to the entrance and a first for KIOSK, consists of a series of 10 flags and 120 daffodils. It is the result of a collaboration between Thomas Renwart and Bert De Geyter. The exhibition is curated by Els Roelandt
Discover more about the exhibition
- Exhibition text by Femke Vandenbosch
- Interview with Thomas Renwart: Art as a weapon against tears
- Pressed for posterity. A conversation with Myrna D'Ambrosio
- On the Bookshelf (Thomas Renwart)
- On the Bookshelf (Bert De Geyter)
- Open daily from 12pm to 6pm
- Free entrance
- Louis Pasteurlaan 2, 9000 Ghent, Belgium.
- Wearing a face mask during your visit is mandatory.