2900 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44113
David Claerbout, born in 1969 in Kortrijk, Belgium, is an artist working in the media of photography, video, sound, drawing and digital arts, though perhaps he is best known for his large scale video installations. His work exists at the meeting point between photography and film, and is at the forefront of this contemporary dialogue.
Claerbout studied at Nationaal Hoger Instituut voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp from 1992-1995. He trained as a painter, but became more and more interested in time through investigations in the nature of photography, the still and the moving image. His work exists at the meeting point between photography and film, and is at the forefront of this contemporary dialogue. Claerbout took part in the DAAD Berlin Artist Program in 2002-2003 and has exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, including the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, where he held a comprehensive solo exhibition (2007?2008) which toured to List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge MA (2008), Kunstmuseum, St Gallen (2008), Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver (2008), and De Pont, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tilburg (2009). Other solo exhibitions include 'Diese Sonne strahlt immer', Vienna Secession (2012); 'David Claerbout: Architecture of Narrative', San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2011); 'The Time That Remains', WIELS Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels (2011); and 'uncertain eye', Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich (2010). Claerbout is represented by Galerie Micheline Szwajcer, Antwerp, Yvon Lambert Gallery, Paris and Johnen Galerie, Cologne.
'When we're looking at an image, two moments are essential: our first glimpse and then the moment upon which we understand that image. I'm interested in the space in between. I want to make that tangible, I want to unravel and freeze it.'
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