Signatures

Galerie Christophe Gaillard Quai du commerce 50 Handelskaai, Brussels, Belgium

Galerie Christophe Gaillard is delighted to unveil the inaugural exhibition of its new space in Brussels: Signatures. Fifteen of the gallery’s thirty-five artists, who best express the gallery’s identity, will take part in the exhibition. Since opening his first exhibition space in Paris in 2007, Christophe Gaillard has made a dynamic impact on the contemporary […]

Yuji Agematsu

Gladstone Gallery Rue du Grand Cerf 12 Grotehertstraat, 1000 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

Since 1985 Yuji Agematsu has collected objects as he walks the streets of New York. Here wall mounted panels provide him with a structure within which to improvise and compose such objects, as–is. Each panel is arranged without a plan, forms emerge or grow through working, and later the artist goes back to secure them […]

Une décennie bruxelloise

Michel Rein Rue Washington 51A, Ixelles, Belgium

‘Une décennie bruxelloise’ - 10th anniversary of the Michel Rein gallery in Brussels Collective exhibition featuring the 26 artists showcased individually over the past 10 years. Group exhibition with Maria Thereza Alves, Farah Atassi, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Sébastien Bonin, Michele Ciacciofera, Franck Christen, Abigail DeVille, Jimmie Durham, Dora Garcia, Piero Gilardi, Fadia Haddad, Christian Hidaka, Armand […]

Mia Enell – Split

NINO MIER | 41 Rue Ernest Allard 41, Brussels, Belgium

Nino Mier Gallery is thrilled to announce an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Mia Enell, on view in Brussels from September 7 – October 28, 2023. Surveying work from 2017 – 2022, Split is the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. In the work on view, Enell creates a visual lexicon redolent both […]

Claude Viallat – Quelques pas de côté

TEMPLON Rue Veydt 13A, Veydstraat, 1060 Saint Gilles, Brussels, Belgium

87-year-old French artist Claude Viallat is taking “a couple of sidesteps” to reveal a series of new paintings created between 2022 and 2023 at the Galerie Templon Brussels space. A founder and leading member of the Supports/Surfaces group in the 1970s, Claude Viallat has spent the last 50 years exploring the limits of abstract painting […]

Larry Poons – Recent Paintings

Almine Rech Abdijstraat 20 rue de l’Abbaye 1050 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

Almine Rech Brussels is pleased to present Larry Poons: Recent Paintings, Larry Poons' second solo exhibition with the gallery, on view from September 7 to November 4, 2023 at Almine Rech Brussels.  Paintings don’t move, but somehow that doesn’t feel true when you’re viewing a work by Larry Poons. Just as Poons has been in […]

Yann Bronder – Tu m’as reproché en fait ce que tu faisais avec moi sans que je ne le sache. Top.

Baronian | Concorde Rue de la Concorde 33 Eendrachtstraat, Brussels, Belgium

(…)   I'm going to tell you a little about the birth of Yann Bronder.   Upon Mount Iglesias, two shepherds, whose names I cannot recall, became entwined in an embrace. After their embrace, they both dutifully returned to tend to their herds. Their salty seed, still warm from their moment of passion, lingered behind […]

Da Torino: Giorgio Griffa, Giulio Paolini & Gilberto Zorio

Baronian | Isidore Verheyden Rue Isidore Verheyden 2, Brussels, 1050, Belgium

Galerie Baronian is delighted to announce an upcoming exhibition featuring the works of three distinguished artists from Turin: Giorgio Griffa, Giulio Paolini and Gilberto Zorio. The exhibition will take place at the gallery Baronian from 7 September 2023 on, on the occasion of Brussels Gallery Weekend.  On the occasion of his 50th anniversary as a […]

Dentelles spectrales – Adrien Lucca

LMNO 17 Avenue Emile de Mot, Brussels, Belgium

Following his solo exhibition at BPS22, Adrien Lucca revisits his recent studies on light and the creation of patterns he calls "dentelles" ("laces") for his fourth solo show at the LMNO Gallery. Between drawing, painting, and a use of color reminiscent of stained-glass, a new series of works on paper provides a glimpse into the […]

Emmanuel Van der Auwera – “A Thousand Pictures of Nothing”

Harlan Levey Projects Rue Isidoor Teirlinckstraat 65, Brussels, Belgium

A Thousand Pictures of Nothing, Emmanuel Van der Auwera’s third solo exhibition with the gallery, reflects on a world, which seems to reject rationality, reason and physical reality for technological myths, emotional politics and conspiracy-ridden claims. Continuing to investigate the impact of automation, image circulation and digital culture, Van der Auwera straddles the digital and […]

Gina Beavers, Florid

rodolphe janssen | 35 Rue de Livourne 35, Brussels, Belgium

Gina Beavers Florid 07.09 > 14.10.2023 Livourne 35 In Florid, the first solo exhibition by painter Gina Beavers at rodolphe janssen, the artist wields her own language of flowers as gleaned from a contemporary reinterpretation of their historical precedents. Representations from art history, from landscape and still life to Delft pottery, become repurposed through composite […]

Fred Bervoets: Paintings & Works on Paper from the Stéphane Janssen Collection

rodolphe janssen | 32 Rue de Livourne 32, Brussels, Belgium

rodolphe janssen is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition at the gallery of Belgian artist Fred Bervoets (b. 1942 in Burcht, Belgium. Lives and works in Burcht, Belgium), which will take place from September 7th to October 14th, 2023. Fred Bervoets: Paintings & Works on Paper from the Stéphane Janssen Collection celebrates the recent […]

Hoda Kashiha – ‘Another world is waiting for us’

Galerie Nathalie Obadia Rue Charles Decoster 8, Ixelles, Belgium

Galerie Nathalie Obadia Bruxelles is pleased to present Another world is waiting for us, the third solo exhibition by artist Hoda Kashiha at the gallery after Dear st. Agatha I am witness of your tears In the land of Tulips in 2020 in Brussels and I am here, I am not here, in Paris last […]

Julia Yerger — Yard Problems

C L E A R I N G Avenue Van Volxem 311, Van Volxemstraat, 1190 Forest, Brussels, Belgium

Julia Yerger (born 1993 in Rockville, USA) lives and works in Los Angeles. Her work has been included in exhibitions at Frieze New York; Park View / Paul Soto, Los Angeles; Harkawik, Los Angeles, New York; Johannes Vogt, New York;  New Low, Los Angeles; and ThatThat Gallery, Los Angeles.   OPENING in the presence of […]

Javier Barrios — Offerings to the nocturnal hours

C L E A R I N G Avenue Van Volxem 311, Van Volxemstraat, 1190 Forest, Brussels, Belgium

Javier Barrios (born 1989 in Guadalajara, MX) lives and works in Mexico City. Solo exhibitions of his work have been held at Museo de la Ciudad de Querétaro; Art and Culture Center, Hollywood; Fundación Calosa, Mexico City; LADRÓNgalería, Mexico City; Pequod Co., Mexico City; and Páramo, Guadalajara. His work has been included in group exhibitions […]

Katja Seib: The Softest Pain is the Pain au Chocolat

dépendance Rue du Marché aux porcs 4-8 1000 Brussels, Brussels, Belgium

In her work, Katja Seib presents entanglements of observational reality and illusion. She renders a material world that centers on human subjects while encouraging traces of memory and projections of psychology to interrupt these scenes. Her works arise from a cache of mental images and photographs, which all together form uncanny compositions rich with narrative […]

Kristin McKirdy

Pierre Marie Giraud Rue De Praetere 7 De Praeterestraat, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium

Pierre Marie Giraud is pleased to announce a new exhibition by Kristin McKirdy, starting from September 7 and coinciding with the annual Brussels Gallery Weekend event, running through September 30, 2023. Kristin McKirdy, an American artist born in Canada who has chosen France as her home for both living and creating art, will be showcased. […]

BRITTA BOGERS “Approach” – solo show

ESTHER VERHAEGHE — art concepts Avenue Guillaume Macau, 3, Brussels, Belgium

3 Av. G. Macau - Etangs d'Ixelles from 7.9-12.10.2023 Britta Bogers (*1964, lives in Cologne) experiments with serial variations on basic abstract forms of color and line. Starting with graphic formulas that sometimes recall speech balloons, labels, or cut-out patterns, she creates constellations of elements that resemble each other and cover the surfaces of large […]

Françoise CATALAA, “Actualités”

Frédérick Mouraux Gallery 690 Chaussée de Waterloo | Waterloosesteenweg Rivoli Building, ground floor #27 #28, Brussels, Belgium

ACTUALITÉS | FRANÇOISE CATALÁA 7 September – 21 October 2023 Frédérick Mouraux Gallery, Brussels, Belgium Opening Sunday 3 September 2 - 7 PM Frédérick Mouraux is pleased to present the works of the French artist Françoise Cataláa in her solo exhibition “Actualités” at his gallery Frédérick Mouraux Gallery in Brussels, Belgium. Françoise Cataláa began studying […]

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The Wall: Antoni Tàpies

Almine Rech Abdijstraat 20 rue de l’Abbaye 1050 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

From the 1940s, Antoni Tàpies (b. 1923, Barcelona; d. 2012, Barcelona) has developed a strong visual language through a wide range of sources that coalesce into a complex fusion of materials, gestures, and symbols. Co-founder of the magazine Dau al Set in 1948, and influenced by Miró and Klee, he became increasingly interested in iconographic and magical subjects. He gradually […]

Lauren Seiden

Gallery Nosco Rue Lebeau 43, Brussels, Belgium

Gallery Nosco is delighted to announce the upcoming solo exhibition of renowned New York artist, Lauren Seiden. With an impressive repertoire of works featured in renowned galleries and institutions, Lauren Seiden’s artistic prowess has earned her acclaim and recognition throughout. Throughout her residency in Brussels, Lauren Seiden delved deep into the city’s artistic milieu, immersing […]

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Un Automne – Michel Pérez Pollo

Mai 36 Galerie Rue du Grand Cerf 6 Grote Hertstraat, Brussels, Belgium

Michel Pérez Pollo’s new series of paintings is inspired by autumn and uses the image of the tree as a narrative axis of the works. Based in Madrid for just over three years, the artist is captivated by the experience of the passing seasons. In Cuba, his country of origin, has only one season, almost […]

Leonardo Guglielmi – ‘Canvas Chronicles’

EDJI GALLERY is proud to present Canvas Chronicles, a solo exhibition by Italian ultra-contemporary artist Leonardo Guglielmi, launching on September 7th, 2023 in Brussels. This exhibition will mark the artist’s debut solo show in Belgium and will present his newest body of works in which he seeks to reflect on his approach to art and […]

Charles Stankievech – The Desert Turned to Glass

KIN Rue Ravenstein 37, Brussels, Belgium

The Desert Turned to Glass is a meditation oscillating between the stellar and the subterranean. Traveling through vast distances in space and time from outer space to Paleolithic caves, Stankievech entwins science fiction speculation and contemporary theories on the origin of life, consciousness, and art. A meteorite sculpture floats above a sand floor, a psychedelic […]

Elen Braga, Eli Cortiñas, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven – Seduction of a Cyborg

Waldburger Wouters Boulevard d'Anvers 49, 1000 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

Lynn Hershman Leeson has been exploring the impact and potential of nascent technologies in relation to gender, sexuality, and disembodiment for more than 50 years. Her video Seduction of a Cyborg from 1994 presents technology as an infectious disease women are seduced into: The protagonist, a blind woman, agrees to physical treatment that allows her […]

Mathis Pfäffli – Lucid Strolls

Damien & The Love Guru Rue de Tamines 19, Taminesstraat, 1060, Saint Gilles, Brussels, Belgium

"Lucid Strolls" - Solo exhibition by Mathis Pfäffli. Mathis Pfäffli is a Swiss artist living in Zurich. His work meanders between drawing, object, installation. A told story can play a role, often you have to imagine the narratives yourself. The boundaries of the works are sometimes not easy to recognize, much frays at the edges […]

Edith Dekyndt: Ne pas laver le sable jaune

Galerie Greta Meert Rue du Canal 13, Vaartstraat, 1000 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

Galerie Greta Meert is pleased to present its fourth solo exhibition by Belgian artist Edith Dekyndt, spread over the ground and first floors. It was within the context of a residency in the north of Ibiza that this exhibition, entitled Ne pas laver le sable jaune, emerged; perhaps it's inevitable then that its focus fell […]

Richard Tuttle: 18×24

Galerie Greta Meert Rue du Canal 13, Vaartstraat, 1000 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

Galerie Greta Meert is pleased to present Richard Tuttle's sixth solo exhibition with the gallery, 18x24, introducing a series of wall pieces created over the past years in his studio in New Mexico. In this new body of work, Tuttle moulds sheets of foam board into delicate painterly surfaces, the everydayness of this material transcending […]