Joost CaenJoost M. A. Caen is a Flemish independent artist and glass conservator since 1982. In his workshop, he creates contemporary stained-glass windows for churches and secular buildings. In 2003 he was one of the first stained-glass artists who incorporate solar cells into a glass creation. This work can be seen in the entrance hall of the District House at Deurne, Belgium. Caen also conserves stained-glass panels and windows, mainly for museums and collectors.
Caen is the first in Belgium to be promoted to "doctor in conservation-restoration" (University of Antwerp, November 2009). At present, he is full professor at the same university and chairs the research group "Heritage & Sustainability." He regularly publishes with Brepols about stained glass. For his main research on small glass panes and panels, he works together with art historian Cornelis J. Berserik from The Hague, Netherlands. Provided by Wikipedia
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