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Belgische kunstenaar Marcel Cardon

Cardon Marcel

Marcel Cardon is a Belgian artist born in 1940 in Oudenburg. He is a painter, graphic artist, designer and designer of assemblages and spatial work. Education at the Academy in Ghent. Abstract design. Usually works on paper carrier. His work is distinctly graphic, sometimes with a meditative character. From the press: 'M.C. assembles aluminum into sculptures. Paper is involved as a support or as a witness, which leads to at least a strange contrast, both in terms of material and durability' (1977) and 'Straight lines and stripes, horizontal and vertical, from gray to black ; that is what the work of MC consists of' (W. Toebosch, 1998) and 'Like a man possessed, but with the calmness in which a squirrel eats acorns, he makes black-and-white compositions by meticulously, but with a completely controlled hand, lines repetitive and to be applied serially above and next to each other on a white support, and this with the patience of a miniaturist' (W.Elias, 1999) and finally 'His works could be meditation panels for a mystical experience'. Became a teacher at the Academy in Aalst in 1966. Participated in the Salon van Aalst in 2008. Listed in the Lexicon of West Flemish visual artists. Source: Paul Piron, The Belgian Visual Artists from the 19th to the 21st Century
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