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Cecile Baldewyns

1974
Belgium

31 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Cecile Baldewyns

Fairy

2014

60 x 40cm

700,00 €

Art d'être II

2017

60 x 60cm

800,00 €

Art d'être III

2017

60 x 60cm

800,00 €

Art d'être I

2017

60 x 60cm

800,00 €

Art Addict

2013

60 x 40cm

800,00 €

Cemetry

2015

60 x 40cm

700,00 €

Cooling Tour

2014

60 x 40cm

800,00 €

Bacon 1

2016

70 x 70cm

800,00 €

Sans Tain

2017

50 x 70cm

800,00 €

Transportation

2016

70 x 50cm

800,00 €

Bacon 3

2016

50 x 70cm

800,00 €

Broken

2016

50 x 75cm

800,00 €

Birth II

2019

60 x 60cm

900,00 €

Art d'être IV

2017

60 x 60cm

800,00 €

B Comme Body

2017

50 x 70cm

800,00 €

Birth

2019

60 x 60cm

800,00 €

Rebirth

2014

60 x 40cm

700,00 €

Insouciance

2013

60 x 40cm

700,00 €

Circus

2016

60 x 40cm

700,00 €

Red Transportation

2016

70 x 50cm

700,00 €

Fleurir

2019

50 x 75cm

900,00 €

Raining

2019

60 x 60cm

800,00 €

Broken III

2019

60 x 90cm

1100,00 €

Breakable

2019

90 x 60cm

1100,00 €

Jupe

2017

50 x 50cm

700,00 €

Sana

2017

50 x 50cm

700,00 €

Bleu (Portrait)

2020

50 x 50cm

700,00 €

Blue Transportation

2014

70 x 50cm

1000,00 €

La Chambre Verte

2018

60 x 60cm

800,00 €

Disorder

2021

50 x 75 x 0.5cm

900,00 €

Flower Power

2022

50 x 75 x 0.5cm

800,00 €

Cécile Baldewyns is a Belgian self-taught photographer. She was born in Liege in 1974.

She began photography 7 years ago, after a few years of painting. She had a desire to create quickly and more spontaneously. She likes telling stories, showing her desire, sorrows, the missing element, secrets through her photos. 

Cécile Baldewyns's work mainly addresses self-portraits under all kinds of forms. Improvisation, research and stagings. A daily work to listen to her emotions, a conceptual approach which brings her greater exposure on social networks.

The artist rarely exhibits in Belgium where she lives, but she exhibits on social networks where it's possible to realize the prolific quality of her work. Narcissistic, unique, sensual and disturbing is how one can define Cecile Baldewyns's photos.

The artist plays around with gravity which can be shown through languid poses, dramatic staging with a wild décor.

But is it all that simple? Isn't there anything else behind these hundreds of photos than just a one sided game that Cecile Baldewyns shows us through hints? Is this stage and the tormented dancing actually a personal diary, undulating feelings of a creative woman?