Bernd, Hanne, Liesbet.

16 September - 28 October 2022

Opening Dinner

26 May - 14 July 2022

Marijke De Roover & Philip Janssens

8 April - 20 May 2022

News

BOOOOOKS

On Sunday 11 September Lot Doms and Liesbet Grupping will be presenting their latest editions as part of the finissage of BOOOOOKS by Bernard Villers / Le Remorqueur. Welcome from 1 to 4 pm at Sint-Vincentiusstraat 24, 2018 Antwerp.

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End of a season

After our first two exhibtions we feel it’s time to celebrate Violet’s birth and future. For this occasion the installation Opening Dinner will be once again reactivated, this time by Michelle Woods. We welcome you to join us for the finissage on Thursday 14 July from 6 to 9 pm. See you then!

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Luc Avargues at Lafayette Anticipations

The performative installation De nos mains réunies is the result of several months of research. The hand functions as the matrix for the project, as it is that of creation and exchange. Vector of gift and reception, the hand offers as much as it receives; it is our first relationship to the tangible world.
On Thursday 21 April 2022 at Lafayette Anticipations, Paris. More info on lafayetteanticipations.com

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Open Studio Liesbet Grupping

Liesbet Grupping opens her studio for public during the open studio days on 13, 14 and 15 May 2022

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Last chance Marijke De Roover

Do you believe in life after love?
Marijke De Roover’s solo exhibition at Upstream Gallery
On view until 12.03.2022
Go to upstraemgallery for more info

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Extra Muros Lot Doms

Upcoming solo exhibitions by Lot Doms
Jongleur
21.04 – 1.07.2022,  KunstINgang,
Schouwburg Noord Merksem
Lichtjes opgeschoven
15.05 – 31.05.2022, Ploegstraat 25, Antwerpen
Opening 15.05.2022, open studio’s MORPHO

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Violet

Violet is at one end of the spectrum of visible light, between blue light, which has a longer wavelength, and ultraviolet light, which has a shorter wavelength and is not visible to humans. Violet encompasses light with a wavelength of approximately 380 to 435 nanometers. Violet objects often appear dark, because human vision is relatively insensitive to those wavelengths. (wikipedia)

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