One Beguiling Belgian: Jean-Baptiste Bernadet

It’s tempting, but don’t be so quick to call Belgian artist Jean-Baptiste Bernadet an Impressionist. Writhing and buzzing with colour splayed out in immediate, tactile brushstrokes, Bernadet’s work crosses in and out of several disciplines. Based in Brussels, Bernadet’s work has rippled its way into the spotlight with exhibitions hosted in New York, Paris, London, Madrid, Miami, Tel-Aviv and Geneva.

Jean-Baptiste BernadetUntitled (Apples) (2016)Resin, steel and oil paint29 x 21 x 15 cmPhoto cre...

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