Emmanuel Van der Auwera, The sky is on fire, 2019. Promotional image
During Brussels Gallery Weekend and in parallel with his solo exhibition at Harlan Levey Projects, Emmanuel Van der Auwera will be showing his work in another solo exhibition at Botanique, Brussels. Continue reading Emmanuel Van der Auwera at Botanique
Marcin Dudek, The Open Crowd , 2019, Acrylic paint, steel dust, glass, copper paste, pigment, image transfer, medical tape, uv varnish on wood and aluminium, 220 x 170cm
We are happy to announce our participation in this year’s Expo Chicago, where we will be presenting works by Marcin Dudek. Come visit us at Exposure, Booth 250. Continue reading Harlan Levey Projects at Expo Chicago 2019
Sean Crossley, Body Clock, 2019, Oil on linen, 160 x 203 cm – 63 x 79 7/8 in
Sean Crossley will be starting a WIELS Residency in September 2019.
We keep you posted… Continue reading Sean Crossley: Wiels residency
Sean Crossley, Stock, 2019, Oil on linen, 80 x 120 cm – 31 1/2 x 47 1/4 in
Recreational Painting, Sean Crossley‘s first solo exhibition at Harlan Levey Projects, was selected “Expo of the week” in Bruzz Magazine. Continue reading Recreational Painting in Bruzz
Amélie Bouvier, Nature Variability #13, 2018, Monotype on paper, 40 x 19 cm 15 3/4 x 7 1/2 in
On September 14th and 15th, during the Journées du Patrimoine, Amélie Bouvier will be presenting some of her works at L’Ancien Observatoire de Bruxelles (Observatoire Quetelet). The exhibition is a collaboration between Greylight Projects and Homegrade. Continue reading Amélie Bouvier: Journées du Patrimoine
Amélie Bouvier, Eight Minutes Ago, 2019.
In September Amélie Bouvier will have a solo exhibition at Greylight Projects, Brussels. “Eight Minutes Ago” is curated by Marie Papazoglou. Continue reading Amélie Bouvier at Greylight Projects
Ella Littwitz, Natural Borders, Eucalyptus bark, velvet and pencil, 33 x 54 x 9 cm – 13 x 21 1/4 x 3 1/2 in
Ella Littwitz is showing work in the group show “BUFFER ZONES” at Paradise Works in Manchester. The exhibition addresses the UK’s departure from the European Union through the work of 14 artists who’s work centres around the geo-political, socio-economical and cultural impact of borders. “BUFFER ZONES” is curated by Nat Pitt. Continue reading Ella Littwitz at Paradise Works
Ella Littwitz, The Promise, Installation view Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, 2019. Photo: Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, Gunnar Meier
Ella Littwitz‘ solo show, “The Promise”, in Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen combines installations, sculptures, drawings, and embroideries addressing issues of territorialisation, nationalism, border politics and migration. “The Promise” is curated by Maren Brauner. Continue reading Ella Littwitz at Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen
Ella Littwitz, A Moon in Ramallah is a Star in Hebron, 2017, 17 Embroidered tablecloths, various dimensions
Ella Littwitz is part of the group show “Real Beauty”, curated by Oriol Fontdevila. “Real Beauty” revisits the idea of beauty in contemporary art through the works of five local and international artists. Continue reading Ella Littwitz at ADN Platform
Haseeb Ahmed, 2018. Courtesy of the artist.
Two interesting articles by Haseeb Ahmed have recently appeared in Spike Art Magazine and Conceptual Fine Arts. Continue reading Haseeb Ahmed in Spike and Conceptual Fine Arts