Hans Op de Beeck is a Belgian artist known for his versatile body of work spanning various disciplines including sculpture, installation art, video, painting, and scenography. He was born on November 2, 1969, in Turnhout, Belgium.

Op de Beeck is renowned for his ability to create atmospheric and emotional landscapes that invite the viewer to introspection and contemplation. His works are often minimalist in nature and exude a sense of tranquility and serenity.

One of his most striking works is his installation art, where he often creates life-sized and detailed spaces that evoke a sense of estrangement and solitude. His video art often combines live-action footage with digital animation to tell surreal and poetic stories.

Op de Beeck’s work is internationally recognized and exhibited in prominent museums and galleries worldwide. He has also received several awards and accolades for his contribution to the contemporary art scene. His artworks raise questions about the human experience, our relationship with the environment, and the meaning of time and space.