Johan Van Mullem
Artist

Trained as an architect, Johan Van Mullem is a painter, illustrator and sculptor. His interest in art dates from his childhood, during which he tirelessly drew pictures of faces, a major theme in his work, going beyond portraiture. Van Mullem instinctively captures the essence of humanity hidden in timeless faces that are barely representative. A painter of movement and light, Van Mullem works with highly diluted printer’s ink, which he builds up in layers.

Loo & Lou Gallery

Johan Van Mullem
Artist

Trained as an architect, Johan Van Mullem is a painter, illustrator and sculptor. His interest in art dates from his childhood, during which he tirelessly drew pictures of faces, a major theme in his work, going beyond portraiture. Van Mullem instinctively captures the essence of humanity hidden in timeless faces that are barely representative. A painter of movement and light, Van Mullem works with highly diluted printer’s ink, which he builds up in layers.

Loo & Lou Gallery

Johan Van Mullem, Untitled / Photo Alexandra Gilliams

Johan Van Mullem, Installation view / Photo Alexandra Gilliams

Johan Van Mullem, Untitled / Photo Alexandra Gilliams
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    Sainsbury Centre
    Norwich, UK
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    Kunsthaus Bregenz
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    Publication
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    International
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