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Thomas Renwart (°1995) graduated in 2019 at LUCA School of Arts gaining his masters in Textiles. Until 2021 he worked under the alias Les Monseigneurs, as of September 2021 he took on his birth name to continue his work as a textiles artist. From there on, he developed a textiles practice where crafts-ship and poetic depictions of a horticultural universe constantly meet. Starting with written matter, a world is built around it, carefully translated into tactile matter. Thomas' techniques are jacquard weaving, embroidery, quilting and digital printing. His weaving speciality is the Damask technique, where he delves into the many ways of how this technique can grow. Monochromic weaving to him, enhances the viewing experience. The visitor has to truly imagine the colour in order to completely grasp the image. A way of not taking things for granted.

Thomas Renwart has yet participated in several group shows in Belgium, Netherlands, France, Germany and USA. In 2020 he had a solo at Kunsthal Gent ‘Gilding The Lily’ which was followed with a large installation as part of the ‘Endless Exhibition’. 


In 2021 the artist was laureate of the Dorothy Waxman Prize 2021 by Parsons (NY ,USA) and also won two Henry Van De Velde award for his work as a textile artist. In the same year his artist book ‘Comme si de rien n'était: Catalogue & Cahier Intime’ was published by MER. B&L. In the beginning 2022 he had a solo in the Europe House (London, UK) by invitation of the Belgian Embassy and later that year the Flemish government acquired a work for the collection of the Flemish Community which is  given on loan to the Mu.Zee collection in Ostend. In December 2023 he will have a solo at Kunsthalle Lissabon.

Represented by Barbé (Ghent, Belgium) and Thomas Rehbein Gallery (Cologne, Germany)




Thomas Renwart

Studio: Lange Violettestraat 209, B-9000 Ghent


VAT: BE0735.402.332

Cell:  0032470180770

For inquiries about work please contact Barbé

Instagram: thomasrenwart

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