Saturday 05 October 2019 - Sunday 08 December 2019 from 14:00 to 18:00
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Clearly a woman, but with a mannish face and manner. Is her vacant gaze an indication of schizophrenia? Is she wrestling with some kind of trauma? The result of psychological aggression? Is she really the female robber who barely notices or fears the mouth of hell? Why do people assume that she’s looting rather than fleeing? Is she taking things that don’t belong to her or recovering things that do? Why is she seen as a criminal rather than a victim? How has she been affected by the war that rages throughout the painting?

Kasper De Vos (1988, Belgium), Kati Heck (1979, Germany), Laure Prouvost (1978, France), Tracey Rose (1974, South Africa), Pipilotti Rist (1962, Switzerland), Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven (1951, Belgium) and Erik Van Lieshout (1968, Netherlands) offer several highly individual interpretations of Dulle Griet in their work.


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Dulle Griet: rebellion – provocation – despair – feminism

  • From 5 October to 8 December 2019
  • Location: LLS Paleis, Paleisstraat 140, 2018 Antwerp and Antwerp Art Pavilion, Hanzestedenplaats 15, 2000 Antwerp

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