"Ben Jack Nash’s sculptural gesture sits somewhere between James Turrell, Claudio Parmigianni and Giuseppe Penone. The artist is part of this family of ‘inventors of place’ as designated by Georges Didi-Huberman in his trilogy. He is part of this family of sculptors who through light, shadow and/or traces are architects of places."
Claire Kueny, art critic
Forthcoming exhibitions and events
25 October 2019, 17h
Conference talk and discussion
'The rise in European populism as a backlash by the material against the abstract - an artist's perspective'
The European Union and the Politicization of Europe (8th Edition), Europa Hotel, Ghent, Belgium