Städel Museum / video still
David Claerbout
Artist / Filmmaker

David Claerbout (born 1969 in Kortrijk, Belgium) studied painting in Antwerp. He lives and works in Antwerp and Berlin.

He has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions internationally at venues including the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (2005), Centre Pompidou, Paris (2007), Kunstmuseum St. Gallen (2008), Museum De Pont, Tilburg (2009 and 2016), WIELS, Brussels (2011), SFMOMA San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2011), Tel Aviv Museum of Art (2012), Wiener Secession (2012), Kunsthalle Mainz (2013), Nederlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam (2014), Marabouparken Konsthall, Sundbyberg (2015), KINDL Centre for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2016), Städel Museum, Frankfurt / Main (2016), MNAC Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Barcelona (2017), as well as Schaulager, Münchenstein / Basel (2017). His work is represented in major public collections worldwide.

[Kunsthaus Bregenz]

David Claerbout
Artist / Filmmaker

David Claerbout (born 1969 in Kortrijk, Belgium) studied painting in Antwerp. He lives and works in Antwerp and Berlin.

He has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions internationally at venues including the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (2005), Centre Pompidou, Paris (2007), Kunstmuseum St. Gallen (2008), Museum De Pont, Tilburg (2009 and 2016), WIELS, Brussels (2011), SFMOMA San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2011), Tel Aviv Museum of Art (2012), Wiener Secession (2012), Kunsthalle Mainz (2013), Nederlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam (2014), Marabouparken Konsthall, Sundbyberg (2015), KINDL Centre for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2016), Städel Museum, Frankfurt / Main (2016), MNAC Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Barcelona (2017), as well as Schaulager, Münchenstein / Basel (2017). His work is represented in major public collections worldwide.

[Kunsthaus Bregenz]

  • Onyeka Igwe: history is a living weapon in yr hand
    Jan 13 – Mar 2, 2024
    Bonington Gallery
    Nottingham, UK
    history is a living weapon in yr hand is a solo exhibition of new and reconfigured work by london-based artist Onyeka Igwe. The exhibition will be centred around a new two-screen adaptation of Igwe’s dual timeline experimental film A Radical Duet (2023). The film imagines what happened when two women of different generations, but both part of the post-war independence movement, came together in London to put their fervour and imagination into writing a revolutionary play. The film depicts this process, and envisages what that play would look like, if staged today. (more…)