Tamara Beheydt

Tamara Beheydt , Belgium (Writer)
Tamara Beheydt (Antwerp) holds a Master’s degree in Art History and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy. During her education, she specialized in art criticism and contemporary art. As a result of this passion, she frequently contributes to several written media such as De Tijd, HART, Openbaar Kunstbezit Vlaanderen, and others. She also writes exhibition texts and portfolio texts for artists. From her previous professional experiences as a gallery assistant, a collection manager and currently as a curatorial assistant, she continues to acquire a fundamental knowledge of the Belgian and international contemporary art scene.

Articles (4)

Art in Fiction: Hold Your Horses!
Article date: Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Art in Fiction: Hold Your Horses!

When artworks feature in works of fiction – be it novels, films, theatre pieces, poems, … – they can serve multiple purposes: they can be mere decoration, they can function as a conversation piece, or they can play an important metaphorical role in the video clip for the song 70 Million by the band Hold Your Horses! many artworks are referenced.

Art in Fiction: Mona Lisa Smile
Article date: Friday, December 3, 2021

Art in Fiction: Mona Lisa Smile

When artworks feature in works of fiction – be it novels, films, theatre pieces, poems, – they can serve multiple purposes: they can be mere decorations, function as a conversation piece, or they can play an important metaphorical role. Let’s take a closer look at one specific artwork in the 2003 film titled Mona Lisa Smile.

Art in Fiction: A Clockwork Orange
Article date: Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Art in Fiction: A Clockwork Orange

When artworks feature in works of fiction – be it novels, films, theatre pieces, poems, … – they can serve multiple purposes: they can be mere decoration, they can function as a conversation piece, or they can play an important metaphorical role. In this series Tamara Beheydt takes a closer look at art in fiction, starting with one of her favourites: the film A Clockwork Orange (1971).

The Soft Beauty of the Rain: A Profile on Laurens Legiers
Article date: Thursday, August 26, 2021

The Soft Beauty of the Rain: A Profile on Laurens Legiers

Tamara Beheydt writes on the art and technique of Laurens Legiers works.

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