Ijsberen – Svelte Thys

Schönfeld Gallery | Rivoli Chau. de Waterloo 690, 1180 Uccle, Brussels, Belgium

Tony Matelli – Timelines

MARUANI MERCIER Avenue Louise 430, Brussels, Belgium

American sculptor Tony Matelli makes his triumphant debut at MARUANI MERCIER’s Brussels gallery for his first solo exhibition, featuring a fresh and humorous take on classical sculpture on a monumental scale, and grungy, life-mimetic, mirrored works. Entitled Timelines, Matelli questions the notions of past and present while further exemplifying his finesse and mastery of the […]

Alexis McGrigg – In The Beloved

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

Almine Rech Brussels is pleased to present In The Beloved, Alexis McGrigg's second solo exhibition with the gallery. In The Beloved is the latest addition to the visual cosmology of interdisciplinary artist Alexis McGrigg. A sequence of painterly choreographies,  this exhibition of new works extends the transcendent narrative she has been refining and expanding since 2015. The […]

Fabien Adèle – Corridors

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

Almine Rech Brussels is pleased to present Corridors, Fabien Adèle's first solo exhibition with the gallery. In his East-Paris studio, Fabien Adèle chose to use a narrowed palette of colours for this new set of paintings. Their complementary shades of warm browns ranging from orange ochre to burnt sienna, along with lighter, more intense blues, underline the […]

Ted Pim – Full Moon

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

Almine Rech Brussels is pleased to present Full Moon, Ted Pim's first solo exhibition with the gallery. Ted Pim once watched a nature documentary where a tree fell in a forest. In the film, he saw the repercussions, how the fauna and flora on the forest floor struggled, climbing over each other in an attempt to […]

Charlie Bilingham – Habillé pour le week-end

Bernier/Eliades Rue du Châtelain 46, Kasteleinsstraat, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium

The Bernier/Eliades Gallery is pleased to present the latest solo exhibition of the British artist Charlie Billingham, opening on Thursday 19th of January. The exhibition will feature a series of oil paintings and a printed wall. Charlie Billingham (b. 1984, London, United Kingdom) graduated from Fine Art and History of Art at The University of Edinburgh and […]

Fiona Rae

Galerie Nathalie Obadia Rue Charles Decoster 8, Ixelles, Belgium

Bernard Villers – Tout est là

Irène Laub Gallery Rue Van Eyck 29,Van Eyckstraat, 1000 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

The title of Bernard Villers’ exhibition at Irène Laub gallery is hardly a joke. Through this “mishmash” display, as he himself describes it, the octogenarian artist seems to be making a mockery of the very idea of progress, as if the ingredients that make up his Work have been together from the start and were […]

Koenraad Tinel – Traveller

Galerie DYS Rue de l'Arbre Bénit 84, Gewijde-Boomstraat 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium


Galery Dys - pop up 16 Rue Watteeu, Brussels, Belgium


Nicolas Party – Cascade

Xavier Hufkens | St-Georges Rue St-Georges 6, Brussels, Belgium

Swiss-born artist Nicolas Party works across a wide range of different media. Primarily known for his colour-saturated paintings and murals, he also makes painted sculptures, pastels, installations, prints and drawings, and works as a curator. Party often paints landscapes, portraits and still lifes of everyday objects, which he strips of all extraneous detail. Rather than […]

Ugo Rondinone

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

Philippe Van Snick

Galeria Jaqueline Martins Rue aux Laines 14, Wolstraat, 1000 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

Jos de Gruyter & Harald Tys – Micro

KIN Rue Ravenstein 37, Brussels, Belgium

At the end of the 1970s, we watched Micro Macro on Belgian television every day. In this game show, a number of candidates were shown an extreme close-up of an object. While the image zoomed out very slowly, they had to guess which item it was. Whoever recognized it first won the corresponding object. Usually, it was a trivial thing like an ashtray, a padlock, a bucket or a mixer.

Ulala Imai. MEMORY

Xavier Hufkens is delighted to present Japanese artist Ulala Imai’s first exhibition with the gallery, titled MEMORY. Ulala Imai, a third-generation artist in her family, is known for her paintings in which everyday objects are transformed into enigmatic scenes charged with a sense of intimacy. Her use of popular culture iconography, which she depicts across […]

Jorge Queiroz – ‘Shape the echo and other works’

Galerie Nathalie Obadia Rue Charles Decoster 8, Ixelles, Belgium

La Galerie Nathalie Obadia de Bruxelles est heureuse de présenter Shape the echo and other works la septième exposition personnelle du peintre et dessinateur portugais Jorge Queiroz, depuis que la galerie représente l'artiste découvert à la Biennale de Venise en 2003. Né en 1966, Jorge Queiroz étudie la peinture et le dessin à ArCo - […]

Lesley Vance, Ken Price – Fired and painted

Xavier Hufkens | Van Eyck 44 rue Van Eyck, Brussels, Belgium

Fired and painted brings together a recent series of paintings by Lesley Vance (b. 1977) and a group of ceramic sculptures by Ken Price (1935-2012). Two American artists of different generations and disciplines but whose abstract works share a number of affinities. Taking scale as a departure point, Vance has pushed her practice in new […]

Opening “BRUT 1er chapitre : Latitudes” (curated by Galerie Arthur Borgnis)

Galerie DYS Rue de l'Arbre Bénit 84, Gewijde-Boomstraat 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium

La galerie DYS et la galerie Arthur Borgnis récemment installée à Bruxelles s’associent le temps d’une exposition. « Latitude » entreprend un dialogue entre des œuvres d’art brut et des œuvres se situant à sa périphérie. Regroupant une dizaine d'artistes, nous convions le regardeur à un voyage à la frontière entre deux mondes, entre deux […]


Belgian Gallery Brussels Rue de Florence 39, Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium

With Pascal Bernier, Raphael Decoster, Rémy Hans,  Anne Melan and Aline Verstraten This exhibition will bring together five artists from singular universes, combining their talents to interpret our times with a vision that is sometimes disenchanted, sometimes surreal and always imbued with poetry. Each offers an unique perspective on the world around us.    

Opening – Mike Kelley, Sharon Lockhart, Silke Otto-Knapp

Jan Mot Petit Sablon 10, Kleine Zavel, 1000 Brussels, Brussels, Belgium

Mike Kelley, Sharon Lockhart, Silke Otto-Knapp Jan Mot, Brussels The exhibition takes as its starting point Sharon Lockhart’s relations to the late artists Mike Kelley (1954—2012) and Silke Otto-Knapp (1970—2022). Lockhart’s work often revolves around long-term acquaintances and friendships. Kelley was a mentor at ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena in the early 1990s, while […]