David Schutter, detail from Study for Autograph Repetition (2013).

Gray Matter: David Schutter

Joannes van Doetecum the Elder and Lucas van Doetecum (after Alart du Hameel), detail from Besieged Elephant (n.d.).

Sons of ’s-Hertogenbosch: Hieronymus Bosch’s Local Legacy in Print

Robert Seydel, detail from Puccini’s Pudding (2007).

The Bits and Pieces of Robert Seydel

Installation view: “Marcel Broodthaers Musée d’Art Moderne—Département des Aigles,” Monnaie de Paris, 2015. ©André Morain, 2015.

Replica, Fiction, Poetry: The Art of Marcel Broodthaers

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