Published by Koenig Books. Introduction by Benno Tempel. Interview by Laura Stamps.
Belgian Rinus Van de Velde (born 1983) presents a constant succession of alter egos in life-size charcoal drawings explained in English-language, block-lettered captions. In this volume, Van de Velde tells the story of Isaac Weiss, the leader of an artistsí colony and fictive alter ego of the artist himself.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Frederik Willem Daem, Koen Sels, Phillippe Van Cauteren.
At first glance, the large-format charcoal drawings of Belgian artist Rinus van de Velde (born 1983)--based on photographs--seem to document part mundane, part absurd occurrences in his own life, but the titles reveal these meticulously recorded and drawn situations as experiences of fictional characters.