In her drawings and sculptures, Chloe Piene utilises motifs that refer both to eroticism and death. Her drawings consist of very fine drawn charcoal lines that form figures and limbs. These figures exist somewhere between life and death, between lust and transience.
Chloe Piene at Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens (Deurle, Belgium).

In her drawings and sculptures, Chloe Piene utilises motifs that refer both to eroticism and death. Her drawings consist of very fine drawn charcoal lines that form figures and limbs. These figures exist somewhere between life and death, between lust and transience.

Chloe Piene at Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens (Deurle, Belgium).

In her drawings and sculptures, Chloe Piene utilises motifs that refer both to eroticism and death. Her drawings consist of very fine drawn charcoal lines that form figures and limbs. These figures exist somewhere between life and death, between lust and transience.
Chloe Piene at Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens (Deurle, Belgium).

In her drawings and sculptures, Chloe Piene utilises motifs that refer both to eroticism and death. Her drawings consist of very fine drawn charcoal lines that form figures and limbs. These figures exist somewhere between life and death, between lust and transience.

Chloe Piene at Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens (Deurle, Belgium).

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