The Sequence by Arne Quinze | Dezeen
Belgian artist Arne Quinze has created an installation called The Sequence outside the Flemish Parliament in Brussels, Belgium. Quinze designed The Sequence for the Festival of Politics at the ...
The Sequence Detail Arne Quinze
‘The Sequence’ builds a bridge between people. The visible connection between the Flemish parliament and its Administrative Centre reflects the connection between all the different neighbours in Brussels. A meeting between all cultures present in our capital.
Quinze lives and works in Sint Martens Latem near Ghent, Belgium. Marriages. Arne Quinze married Barbara Becker at their Miami waterfront home on 9 September 2009. They celebrated the marriage on 12 September 2009 in Berlin, Germany. In October 2011, Barbara Becker and Quinze divorced.
Arne Quinze The Sequence
Vernissage le 16 novembre de l'installation de cette sculpture magnifique à Bruxelles.
THE SEQUENCE BY ARNE QUINZE aasarchitecture
Belgian artist Arne Quinze signs for this unique piece of art. Quinze: “THE SEQUENCE bridges the communication gap between people and generates movement in the city.
The Sequence | Arne Quinze | Archello
‘The Sequence’, an 80 metre long and 15 metre high sculpture immediately provided the direct vicinity of the Flemish parliament with a new feeling of zest.