Stéphane Vereecken's artistic career has led him to exhibiting his artwork at a very young age, since 1996 he has been showing his Polaroids and paintings on wood across many different venues. He has held both personal and group exhibitions in several cultural centres in Brussels, Belgium, including the Galerie Damasquine between 1996 to 2001. His work has also been exhibited in France. Vereecken's artwork has received further acclaim through being published in Belgian, French, English and American art related magazines.
"My classical studies in several academies of arts and in several artistic disciplines, has trained me in a multidisciplinary vision. Through my images of the Rabid Animals series, I explore the relationship between human beings and bestiality. A universe of reality and also of surrealism. An image photographed and also painted and drawn. The drawings on the walls, the floor and the body show an unfinished project. The viewer will interpret my images according to his feelings. My photographs are a perpetual change in the time and future of the human."
To read more about Stephane's work - In the Frame with Stephane Vereecken