MARTIN (GUYAUX) (Biesme, 1940)
This contemporary sculptor creates works that on the one hand are both lyrical and abstract, and on the other, figurative and abstract. His preferred materials are bronze, steel, stone and black Mazy marble. He taught at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels and has won several prizes and distinctions in Belgium and abroad. He has participated in many different international exhibitions, among others in Ravenna, Paris, Athens, Skironio, Moscow, Beijing and Lille. Other than his work in Botanique station, we can see examples of Martin Guyaux’s monumental works at Winterthur in Brussels, the European School in Uccle, and the Ministry of Finance in Charleroi.