1990 - Mortsel
Pieter Jennes lives and works in Antwerp .
Jennes graduated in Fine Arts from The Royal Academie of fine Arts, Antwerp, 2013 in painting and earned a post graduate degree in curatorial
studies from The Royal Academie of fine Arts & University of Gent, 2014.
He works across sculpture and painting. His artwork explores narratives of representation and becoming, as well as inclusion and exclusion; and is particularly concerned with what are considered alternative historiographies.
University of Ghent, School of Arts Ghent, SMAK (museum of contemporary arts) Curatorial Studies', 2013-2014 The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp Master Arts and Design (option: painting), 2012-2013
Prize “Schildersprijs” for Painting of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (2012- 2013) Nomination for Horlait Daphsens prize (2012-2013) Proost de Barsy prize for Painting of the Royal Academy of fine arts (2009-2010)
False Nonsense CIAP (Hasselt), 2016 The marvelous strange chime of the clocks, Tweede verdieping (Antwerp), 2016 Hark hark the dogs do bark, edition populaire (Antwerp), 2014
Crobox (Gent) 2016 Fungus, CC Aarschot (Aarschot),2015 &co, CC Stroombeek (Stroombeek),2015 Hotel Charleroi 2014, Ville Basse (Charleroi), 2014 DE KlEINE DINGEN, Middelheim Museum (Antwerp), 2014 A Poem a day, MuZee (Oostende), 2014 Artists by night, Lokaal 01 (Antwerpen), 2014 Traffic#2,Have you seen this exhibition? De Kunstvlaai (Amsterdam, the Netherlands), 2014 Traffic#1, I’m a lousy conformist, so I put it here. Lokaal 01 (Antwerp), 2014 ‘The campus is sparkling and so are the arts ́ curated by Anne-Mie Van Kerkhoven, Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Antwerp), 2013 Master expo, Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Antwerp), 2013 [...] Ha, ha, ha, ha. [...], moderated by Nico Docks, Tenzin Khang (Hallum, the Netherlands), 2013 UN-FIXED, Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Antwerp), 2013 ‘Tovenaars met het penseel’ curated by Vaast Colson, Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Antwerp), 2013 Academie alfabet, Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Antwerp), 2013
Jennes Pieter, Nowhere to go, 2019. Oil on canvas, 155 x 115 cm.
Jennes Pieter, Do you think he can see us?, 2019
Oil on canvas, 150 x 100 cm.
Jennes Pieter, We water our lawns, trim our hedges, keep the garage clean etc, 2018.
Oil on canvas - 200 x 125 cm