“Marc Lambrechts (Belgian, b. 1955) was born in Lier (Antwerp), and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. After studying at the Higher Sint-Lukas Institute in Brussels, he obtained a scholarship to study printmaking in Bratislava in former Czechoslovakia. Upon returning to Belgium, he started working as a visual artist in charge of graphics at the Center for Brussels Amateur Theater. His prints soon received widespread acclaim which led to collaborations with Moving Space Gallery in Ghent.
In 1983, Lambrechts moved to Brooklyn to study printmaking at Pratt Institute. He also began to paint, and his work was soon selected to be shown at the SoHo Center for Visual Arts and the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Connecticut.
Lambrechts has exhibited extensively throughout the United States and Europe.
His work appears in several books including Aspects of Belgian Art after 1945 and 25 Jaar Grafiek uit Vlaanderen, both by Willem Elias.”