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A Journey with Charlotte: The World of Multidisciplinary Artist Charlotte De Cock

Charlotte De Cock Luc Tuymans

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Lannoo
01 May 2018
Art & design styles: from c 1960; Individual artists, art monographs; Portraits in art; Popular culture
When I got to know Charlotte De Cock, she was a wild child and she still is. Luc Tuymans Sitting still feels a little like dying Charlotte De Cock Charlotte de Cock has painted lifesize portraits of thirteen 'masters', among which are Luc Tuymans, Jan Decleir and dEUS lead singer Tom Barman, she performed at Tomorrowland and did a mural painting of top restaurant The Jane. She refuses to be categorised as an artist. A Journey with Charlotte steps into her world. A world where Jack Kerouac, pumping electro music, and paint, join together to form a vibrant life in which nothing is ever not done. AUTHOR: Charlotte De Cock started her career in 2009 with an exhibition of paintings on Marie Antoinette. Paris Gallerie DiMeo's Martin Schmidt dubbed her style 'Rock Baroque'. Next up were an exhibition in LA's Soze Gallery and another one in Koen van den Broek's workshop, where Luc Tuymans' praise did not go unnoticed. Besides her work as a painter, De Cock also built a career for herself as DJ DAOUD and performed at Tomorrowland, Burning Man and Africa Burn. SELLING POINTS:

The world of up-and-coming artistic talent Charlotte De Cock, with an introduction by Luc Tuymans Painted portraits, music, photography: The Wild Life The first book about a budding prodigy 140 colour images
By:   Charlotte De Cock
Introduction by:   Luc Tuymans
Imprint:   Lannoo
Country of Publication:   Belgium
Dimensions:   Height: 290mm,  Width: 225mm, 
ISBN:   9789401449434
ISBN 10:   9401449430
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   01 May 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Unspecified

Charlotte De Cock started her career in 2009 with an exhibition of paintings on Marie Antoinette. Paris Gallerie DiMeo's Martin Schmidt dubbed her style 'Rock Baroque'. Next up were an exhibition in LA's Soze Gallery and another one in Koen van den Broek's workshop, where Luc Tuymans' praise did not go unnoticed. Besides her work as a painter, De Cock has also built a career for herself as DJ DAOUD and has performed at Tomorrowland, Burning Man and Africa Burn.

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