Tribute to Hieronymus Bosch in Congo

Jan Fabre's bug-based series tackles King Leopold II's Congo

Sponsored content: One of the most captivating artists at Miami Art Week, Belgian artist Jan Fabre painstakingly creates massive allegorical works entirely out of naturally shedded jewel beetle wings. In the series “Tribute to Hieronymus Bosch in Congo,” he uses the biological emerald detritus to comment on the gruesome history of King Leopold II and the Congo Free State with dazzling and upsetting effect. Two …