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Verstrooid Papier

Verstrooid Papier

What readers leave behind in books by René Franken.
192 pages
Bound and with illustrations in color.
René Franken from Antwerp's Antiquariaat Demian has been collecting for the past twenty years, remarkable printed and written notes, photographs, and other scattered papers that he finds in the books he acquires.

'Verstrooid Papier' was published on the occasion of Demian's twentieth anniversary and includes a selection of what readers leave behind in books, with texts by 91 writers and artists who visit Demian.

2012 Antwerpen [Demian]


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About the brand

DEMAIN was established by two young professionals deeply involved in the
Belgian art scene, having gained experience in both galleries and museums. Florence Derck, recognized as one of Belgium's 40 under 40, previously served as the director of Gladstone Gallery Brussels, while Diane van Impe founded the WE Club within WIELS. Their aim is to provide a platform for Belgian artists
who have not yet had the opportunity to work with galleries.

About their mission

They want to bring change in the art world, which is often perceived as complex, opaque, non-eco-friendly, and elitist. DEMAIN seeks to challenge these notions and decided to curate and showcase talented artists who reside and create within Belgium. Their focus is on highlighting the vibrancy of the local art scene while also serving as a discovery platform for emerging artists. DEMAIN operates in the crucial pre-gallery phase of an artist's career. During this period, they strive to make a genuine impact by offering visibility within their network and providing financial support through the sale of artworks on their platform. Their goal is to empower artists during this pivotal stage and help facilitate their artistic journey.