Collective show in the gallery in Brussels The Other Perspective tells the stories of three contemporary artists through their works - styles and techniques. Ingrid Paulussen reveals the duality of female beauty with her oversized collage portraits. Linda Overzee embarks the spectator on an Odyssee through centuries with her abstract frescos. And Jacqueline Bozon brings light and lightness in our looks with her colourful works. A varied, surprising and definitely feminine exhibition.
Solo show with the most recent paintings and drawings by Jeff Kowatch
Solo show with recent paintings and sculptures by Will Siber.
Solo Show with the most recent sculptures by Stéphane Halleux
Thursday April 25 from 6 to 8 pm in the gallery in Brussels Saturday April 27 from 4 to 6 pm in the gallery in Knokke, Kustlaan
Secret Stories by Jacqueline Bozon Beauty is created by those who dare see it. Just like cultures all have their own rituals and stories, each one of us owns our personal story in life. Why we travel and steer clear of certain paths in life: it’s all about choices we make, each turn we decide to take or set course in the opposite direction. These different experiences are so unique, leave their traces to shape an energetic route, a testimony of our own path.
Classical literature and the great stories of our history tell about the unbelievable experience of great travelers, fugitives, migrants and shipwrecked people who left their country of birth or were exiled. They are the ones who not only imagined, but also built the world in which we live today.
Frieke Janssens was born in Bruges, Belgium, in 1980. After starting with evening classes in photography at an age of 15, she skipped the pilot or police on a horse option. Photography was her future. While studying photography at Sint-Lukas Brussels she was mainly interested in lifestyle, sociology and stereotypes, because she felt like she was living in two worlds. After graduating in 2002, Frieke immediately started with commissioned work, where she tries to tell a story thatʼs fascinating and mostly avoids the clichés, or use them very consciously. She's inspired by different things from paintings, comics or even a real estate website, and works with an eye for detail, humor and surrealism. Her pictures are how she imagines subjects in her head. Frieke loves the variety of working for cultural clients (FC Bergman, TAZ, ...), editorial clients (DSM, Goedele, ...), big clients (Renault, Nestea, ...), smaller clients (Gaia, De Morgen, ...) & last but not least her personal work. From working alone to a big team back to lonesome.
Opening reception on Saturday December 9th from 4 to 7 pm in the presence of the artist
The international contemporary art fair YIA ART FAIR, will open its doors from 19 to 23 April 2017, for its second edition in Brussels on the same dates as Art Brussels in the historic district of the capital le Mont des Arts, at the Square Brussels Meeting center. More information on the YIA ART FAIR website
Group show with animalist sculptors and landscape painters in the gallery in Bruges. Two painters, Wim Ricourt and Benoît Trimborn, show their new work. Landscapes, each in their own typical style. Both artists work with oil on canvas, but do so both in a very different way. Jürgen Lingl Rebetez creates wooden sculptures with the chainsaw. He starts with a wooden block (spruce), from which he cuts out his animals. Serge Van De Put is a recycling artist who composes his sculptures with bicycle and motorcycle tires. The bronzes of Carlos Mata are a logical addition to the theme of this "Animalist & Nature" show.