The Sequence, a Urban Sculpture by Arne Quinze

By • Nov 8, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Arne Quinze is a Belgian artist, well known for his trademark sculptures made out of wooden planks.

His installations are built to provoke reaction and to intervene in the daily life of passersby confronted with his sculptures.

As I’m living in Brussels, I stopped by the Flamish Parlment on “Rue de Louvain” street this morning, and since I was there, I took some shoots of The Sequence, a sculpture Quinze completed in 2008.

More than three years after its completion, The Sequence still looks good, even though the weather is not great at the moment. What do you think?

Photos by: HomeDSGN

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One Comment to The Sequence, a Urban Sculpture by Arne Quinze

  1. Arthur Taper says:

    Thanks for sharing the photos. Arne Quinze is gifted with looking at humans from the perspective of Arts. I’ve read about him before and he always connects the qualities of being human to his works. The Sequence, for example, aimed to bridge gaps among them (while under Quinze’s splendid sculpture. It’s interesting to look into his works and understanding his reasons for creating them.

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