The CAB Foundation reflects Hubert Bonnet's collection and his passion for minimal art, the CAB Foundation Brussels and St. Paul de Vence is inspired by the constructivist period up to the present day to present the work of artists with a singular aesthetic and artistic practice. In Brussels, the programme consists of two main exhibitions per year: a major exhibition of minimal art curated by internationally renowned artists and an exhibition of works by artists who have a unique aesthetic and artistic practice. and an exhibition of Minimalist-inspired works by young contemporary artists, including new young contemporary artists, including new in - site productions. In addition the CAB Foundation is hosting a series of Foundation hosts a series of special projects, inviting targeted initiatives from galleries, museums curators and artists from around the world, designed in accordance with its mission.
Fondation CAB is happy to present a collective exhibition commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Albert Baronian Gallery. This exhibition shows works of thirty artists who have lived through the history of the gallery. Some of them have become major figures of contemporary art and have continued their collaboration with the gallery. For some, it was their first personal exhibition in Brussels and Europe. The choice of artists was made in agreement with Fondation CAB for the exhibition to reflect the spirit and atmosphere of this special place.
Lynda Benglis, Alain Biltereyst, Marie José Burki, Jo Delahaut, Daniel Dezeuze, Lionel Estève, Michel Frere, Max Frintrop, Gilbert & George, Olaf Holzapfel, Bernard Joubert, Bernd Lohaus, Joseph Marioni, Xavier Mary, Mario Merz, Olivier Mosset, Matt Mullican, Richard Nonas; Giulio Paolini, Charles Sandison, Jan Schoonhoven, Alain Séchas, Takis, Mitja Tusek, Richard Tuttle, Charlotte Vander Borght, Philippe Van Snick Claude Viallat, Stanley Whitney, Gilberto Zorio, Yves Zurstrassen