Harold T'Kint


1932 - 1986
  • Works

    • Twisted strings – TX 315, Phases I & II (diptych)
  • Walter LEBLANC 1932 - 1986

    Leblanc is an important representative of the kinetic and optical art movements. A co-founder of the G58 Hessenhuis, Leblanc associated with the ZERO group, with whom he participated in international exhibitions. Following his first one-man show at the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, 1961, Leblanc organised the exhibition ‘Anti-Peinture’, Hessenhuis, Antwerp, 1962 and became part of the international group ‘Nouvelle Tendance’. In 1964 Leblanc won the prestigious prize Jeune Peinture Belge/Jonge Belgische Schilderkunst. During 1977 until his early death in 1986, Leblanc was teaching at the Instituut voor Architectuur en Stedenbouwkunde (NHIBS), Antwerp.