Alain Buscarlet (1951 Torre-Pelice, Italy) studied at the La Cambre academy in Brussels.
He was a student of the painter artist Jo Delahaut.
Quickly it was clear that the young artist Alain Buscarlet had quite some talent and he developed a direction on his own. Slowly but steady he created a unique series of concrete & metal reliëfs combined with neon. The works in the late 1970s and early 1980s are outspoken geometrical, but the ray of light always brings an active informal note to the work.
Especially for Galerie Alain Hens, Alain Buscarlet made a new series of 12 concrete ‘Vibration Lumineuses’ which are again geometrical in origin but have a more outspoken lyrical expression on its concrete surface. Together with the LED light, it forms a surprising dialogue.
- 1970 “La Ruche” Charleroi: “Accrochages”
- 1971 Hotel Van De Velde Brussels “Phrases pour un environement”
- “Les Chiroux” Liège, Selection de APIAW
- 1975 Palais Beaux arts Bruxelles “Jeune peinture Belge”
- 1976 Palais des exposistions Lausanne “Bourse Féderale”
- 1977 Palais des Beaux Arts Bruxelles “Foire d’art Actuel”
- 1979 Palais des Beaux Arts Bruxelles “Acquisitions du ministere de la culture”
- 1979 Musée D’Ixelles ” La Cambre a 50 ans”
- Hotel Van de Velde “Vibrations Lumineuses I”
- Galerie Contour 2 “Vibrations Lumineuses II”
- 1981 International Art Gallery Lasne
- 1984 International Art Gallery Lasne
- 1984 Galerie Cogeime