Arne Quinze is a Belgian contemporary artist, painter, and sculptor known for his awe-inspiring public art pieces. Starting his artistic journey in the 1980s as a graffiti artist, he has since become known for his work that centers around social interaction, urbanization, and diversity.
Arne is especially passionate about nature’s beauty and fragility, and this is reflected in his work. His garden serves as a laboratory of inspiration, where he and his team observe the evolution of nature, aiming to integrate its captivating diversity back into our lives and cities.
In addition to his public art, Arne is also a proud founder of the reforestation initiative Retopia. He believes in the power of nature to restore balance and harmony to our world, and his work with Retopia aims to create a sustainable future through reforestation efforts.
One of Arne’s notable creations is the One World Bridge at the Tomorrowland festival site in Belgium, which has become an iconic landmark for the festival-goers. The bridge serves as a symbol of unity and connection, inspiring people from all over the world to come together in celebration of music and culture.
Arne’s work is a testament to the power of art to create positive change in the world. We are honored to have him as a speaker at Love Tomorrow Conference, where he will share his insights and inspire us to create a better future for our planet.