Irène Philips

Born in: 1964

Belgium

Biography

Irene Philips' two and three dimensional art work, miniature as well as monumental, are inhabited by male and female figures. Which translate, soft, intimate and meditative events as well as painful episodes of life, into poetic language. Her characters are actors playing different roles, inspired by our fragile and contradictory society.

Human relations, contemporary evolution between man and woman, man and nature, overpopulation, religion etc. are recurring topics in her work. In 2012, she began to create an alphabet with human figures.

She illustrated 'Holoversum' by Claude van de Berge published by Uitgeverij P in Leuven(2007) and 'Serenade' by André Doms published by L'herbe qui Tremble, in Paris(2013). In 2014, her work 'Philips Human Alphabet' was finally published by Medusa Publishing deTervuren.

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  • Painting Abstract

  • Painting Acrylic

  • Belgian Artist

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Irène Philips, Entre marée haute et marée basse, Painting

Irène Philips

Entre marée haute et marée basse, 2013
42 x 30 x 3 cm
Painting

550 €

Irène Philips, Human Recycling 1, Painting

Irène Philips

Human Recycling 1, 2013
61 x 52 x 3 cm
Painting

900 €

Arielle d'Hauterives Galerie

Winter Unveiling
From December, 4 To January, 24 2015
Bruxelles - Belgium

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