is a Belgian painter who studied at famous Royal Academy Of Arts in Brussels in Belgium.
In order to create an intimate paradigm, Stefan Nandancée’s work’s focused upon his wife Jo as a recurrent character. He believes that when you look at someone long enough you can discover the whole humanity.
Throughout the past few years, he has produced a series of miniature size paintings wherein his wife embodied a sort of anti-heroine facing adversity. He painted these pieces on a smaller scale to invite the viewer close to the work whereby s/he could more fully appreciate the tiniest details. He hopes that this planned proximity is promoting an ongoing dialog.
Ultimately, he tries to be an objective observer of his time; but most of all, to capture the inner essence of his wife within the absurd choreography commonly referred to as “the human condition”.
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