Hans Theys is a twentieth-century philosopher and art historian. He has written and designed dozens of books on the works of contemporary artists and published hundreds of essays, interviews and reviews in books, catalogues and magazines. All his publications are based on actual collaborations and conversations with artists.

This platform was developed by Evi Bert (Centrum Kunstarchieven Vlaanderen) in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp (Research group Archivolt), M HKA, Antwerp and Koen Van der Auwera. We also thank Idris Sevenans (HOR) and Marc Ruyters (Hart Magazine).

The Gunshot

Jasper leonard2img 6398 (c)photo: Jasper Leonard, 2014
01 June - 31 July 2013
Marion De Cannière, Antwerpen

With works by Nick Andrews, Manon Bara, Kasper Bosmans, Tine Colen, Vaast Colson, Pascal Courcelles, Sophie d’Ansembourg, Amélie de Brouwer, Damien De Lepeleire, Rein Dufait, Vincent Geyskens, Aurélie Gravas, Manor Grunewald, Philip Janssens, Ermias Kifleyesus, Viviane Klagsbrun, Pol Matthé, Xavier Noiret-Thomé, Ronald Ophuis, Reniere & Depla, Guy Rombouts, Kurt Ryslavy, Walter Swennen, Dennis Tyfus, Carole Vanderlinden, Jan Van Imschoot, Veroniek Van Samang en Tamara Van San

review:

Ruyters, Marc, De zeggingskracht van een groep. In: (H)art #113, 27.06.2013, p. 22

xpo text:

Theys, Hans, 'About Eyelids and Gunshots', 2013 (EN)