Jan Kempenaers

 
Hoboken
104 p + C-print, 30 x 21 cm


Composite
72 p + C-print, 24 x 31 cm


I'm not tailgating, I'm drafting
32 p + C-print, 17 x 23 cm


Dun Briste, Downpatrick Head
30 p + C-print, 23 x 33 cm


Picturesque
80 p, 33.5 x 26.5 cm


Spomenik
64 p, 33.5 x 24.5 cm


Belgian Colonial Monuments
72 p, 22 x 22 cm, Dutch/English


Kerselare Drawings and Photographs
240 p, 16 x 22 cm, Dutch/Englis

Naar Watou toe / On the Road to Watou
47p, 19 X 27cm, Dutch/Englis



Bart Lodewijks & Jan Kempenaers, Kerselare Drawings and Photographs / Kerselare tekeningen en -foto's

Book, published by Roma Publications, 2021
240 p, softcover
16 x 22 cm
Dutch / English
Roma Publication 396

Juliaan Lampens originally sketched the design for the Chapel of Our Lady of Kerselare in chalk on a blackboard wall in his studio in Eke before it was built from 1963 to 1966. Half a century later, Bart Lodewijks is drawing on Lampens' masterpiece, also with blackboard chalk. The chalk drawings on the chapel represent a reimagination, a return to the design that originated on the wall in Eke. The temporary drawings and surrounding environment, in all its seasonal changes, are being photographed by Jan Kempenaers.

Design: Roger Willems


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