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Surreal Drawings of Artists Aline Bouvy and John Gillis

Belgium artists Aline Bouvy and John Gillis are contemporary artists who worked together to produce an unorthodox body of work entitled The anus, in relation to the penis, the hand, the face. These disturbing and bizarre drawings are a collage of body parts that reference the anus and other private areas of the body. The artists have been working together since 1999 practicing video, painting, collage, and sculpture. This solo show was at Art Brussels, 2013 with Nosbaum and Reding Gallery. Please note that this article may be inappropriate for children and some users. See more after the jump!


Belgium artists Aline Bouvy and John Gillis are contemporary artists who worked together to produce an unorthodox body of work entitled The anus, in relation to the penis, the hand, the face. These disturbing and bizarre drawings are a collage of body parts that reference the anus and other private areas of the body. The artists have been working together since 1999 practicing video, painting, collage, and sculpture. This solo show was at Art Brussels, 2013 with Nosbaum and Reding Gallery. Please note that this article may be inappropriate for children and some users. See more after the jump!








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