I have always felt attracted to unusual things because in my opinion unusual equals different, unique and mysterious. When it comes to unusual experiences, an interesting exhibition comes to my mind.
I am talking about Stéphane Halleux’s exhibition called “The old-fashioned future”. This exhibition is actually a collection of whimsical steampunk sculptures.
The Belgian artist, Stéphane Halleux proved an incredible imagination when he created this collection of neo-punkish sculptures, robots, vehicles, flying soldiers or winged men. Designing all these interesting exhibits implies a lot of work, talent, carefulness and precision, but in my opinion the most important aspect when it comes to art is a high dose of imagination and creativity.Through his works of art, Stéphane Halleux proved that he certainly has all these qualities.
Some of his retro-futuristic creations were used in the animated short film “Mr Hublot”, which was awarded an Oscar.
I personally had the chance to visit this futuristic exhibition and I was very impressed. The exhibition was hosted by Schortgen Gallery, which is situated on Beaumont Street, at number 24, in Luxembourg City. “The old-fashioned future” was opened to the public between April 20 and May 07 this year. Stéphane Halleux is a regular at the Schortgen Gallery and he has regularly been exhibiting for years here.
“The old-fashioned future” was also hosted by the Absolut Art Gallery in Bruges and by Ariel Sibony Gallery in Paris, in recent years. So, follow Stéphane Halleux and find out where his future exhibitions will be held!Let your imagination run free and discover the beauty of unusual exhibitions!