RAOUL DE KEYSER, 1971, triptych – oil on canvas
This Belgian artist Raoul de Keyser’s fundamental painted art provides reality with a pictorial quality. He distances himself from the anecdotes by infinitely reducing what he sees until it becomes abstract. This minimal way of thinking leads to a process of conceptualization that dilutes all tension between form and content. In the monumental triptych Veldoefening met slice, one notices the increasing urge for expansion, until the texture of the paint is the only important element left.
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