Belgian photographic and film artist Marie-Jo Lafontaine is a prominent figure in contemporary European art. Lafontaine received critical acclaim for her video sculpture ‘Les larmes d'acier’(Tears of Steel) first presented at Documenta VIII in Kassel in 1987. Many of her monumental film installations show the theatre of the elements in fury, the power and passion of the natural world. Lafontaine has won numerous prizes and exhibited internationally.
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