The Voeten Collection represents a unique combination of both Belgian and international works. Currently it comprises over 1700 art pieces that have been collected during a period of more than 40 years. They are exhibited in two separate locations – at the Art Center close to Herentals and at the sculpture park near Gheel.

Highlights

Genko Genkov

Untitled (landscape, Tundzha River), 1978, oil on canvas, 69 x 95,5 cm

Marina Marinova

Lulin district, 2005, oil on canvas, 180 x 320 cm

Ivan Slavov

Horizon, 2002, marble, 255 x 245 x 46 cm

Stanislav Pamukchiev

Steps, 2004, fabric, glue, pigmento, wood, 28 x 15 x 340 cm / 22 x 15,5 x 340 cm

Svetlin Roussev

Antichamber of the Temple, 1997, oil on canvas, 300 x 400 cm. Baba Vanga, 2003, oil on wood, 200 x 100 cm.

Alyosha Kafedzhijski

Horseman, 1999, painted wood, metal 140 x 38 x 104 cm.

Velichko Minekov

Embrace, 1965, white marble from the Rhodope Mountains, height: 220 cm

Christo and Jeanne-Claude

Over The River, Project for the Arkansas River, State of Colorado, 2005, collage, pastel, pencil on paper, 39,5 en 107,5 x 244 cm

Krum Damianov

The Saturnians, wood, metal, brass, h: 600 cm

Petar Dochev

Composition, s.d. [2000-2005], graphite, wood, 200 x 200 cm

Stanislav Pamukchiev

Tzedila - The Slings, 1999-2000, installation; rope, cheesecloth, ash, various dimensions

Rosen Rashev

Artist, 1995, distemper on canvas, 60 x 60 cm

Vanko Urumov

The Battle, 1984, mixed media on paper, 4 panels (230 x 170 cm each)

Stefan Lyutakov

The Last Supper, 2005, ceramics, metal, 170 x 370 x 70 cm

Dimitar Boykov

Master of Boyana, 1975-2006, bronze, 220 cm

Bora Petkova

Imitations of Reality, 2007, bronze and wood, variable dimensions

Nedko Solakov

My Life, 1990, acrylic, oil, graphite, PVC, steel, bronze, aluminium on wood (5 parts), 120 x 450 x 3 cm

Jules Pascin

Nue couchée, 1917, ink and water-colour on paper, 23 x 34 cm

Aleksandra Chaushova

Stage II(1), Stage II(2), 2011, drawing, pencil on paper, 33 x 46 cm (each)