portrayed museums


The museum is the physical room to store and see art. Here, we can enjoy and collect art experiences. It is our contemporary cave of Lascaux in which we display the creations of the imagination(mind), and in which we contemplate the outside world. This phenomenon urges Lucas Hoeben to catch its forms as it appears. Again, Lucas Hoeben follows the contours thoroughly. The portrayed museums appear in two dimensional drawings (graphite on paper) and in three dimensional sculptures (poured concrete).



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Kunsthaus Graz, Graz_Poured concrete_60x42x3 cm._2012

??>m Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee_ Graphite on paper_50x65 cm._2012


AmericanFolkArtMuseum>mAmerican Folk art Museum, New York City_ Graphite on paper_50x65 cm._2012



KunsthausGraz>mKunsthaus Graz, Graz Oostenrijk_ Graphite on paper 2012



Rijks|Beton>m          Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam_ 160x70x5 cm. Poured concrete 2012




Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam Netherlands_ Graphite on paper 2012


River&Rowing Museum, Oxfordshire UK_ Graphite on paper 2012


Teylers Museum, Haarlem Netherlands_ 175x60x29 cm Poured concrete 2012


MASS MoCa, Massachusetts_ 72X36,5X5 CM Gegoten beton 2012


MoMA, New York_50x65 cm Graphite on paper 2012

Guggenheim Bilbao

Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao Spanje_ Graphite on paper 2012


Milwaukee Artmuseum, Milwaukee_Graphite on paper 2012


M.O.M. of Forth Worth_ Graphite on paper 2012