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‘The Divided Body’ by the Luca School of Arts (KU Leuven Association) tells stories about the body, expands definitions and strikes at the heart of the crossroad between life and death.
The architecture of the Dominican Church in Leuven can actually be interpreted as an assembled body. In addition to the nave and the sacristy, the dormitory is also being used to exhibit artworks by renowned artists and young talents. The church excels in its monumentality and it has a fascinating history: it is the ducal sepulchre of Duke Henry III and his wife Aleidis of Burgundy.
The Divided Body contains artworks of (subject to any change):
Ruben Bellinckx, Peter Buggenhout, Wim Catrysse, Hugo Debaere, Lydia Debeer, Marc De Blieck, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys, Lucas Devriendt, Rene Heyvaert, Hannah Joris, Ekaterina Kaplunova, Georgia Kokot, Stanislas Lahaut, Kristof Lemmens, Julie Lesenne, Wendy Morris, Renato Nicolodi, Juan Pablo Plazas, Jelle Schouppe, Irja Syvertsen, Frank Theys, Ana Torfs, Veerle Tytgat, Bart Vandeput, Jeroen Vandesande, Reniere & Depla, Stephan Vanfleteren, Nel Verbeke, Johan Verschaeve, Arjen Verswijvelt & Timo Bonneure, Leen Voet en Vadim Vosters
Curator: Wim Lambrecht
Tickets and Info:
Opening: 13 November
Exposition: 14 November 2014 – 7 December 2014
Onze-Lieve-Vrouwstraat, 3000 Leuven
Payment on site in cash (€5/€3)
Open from 2.00 pm – 8.00 pm
Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays