ARTISTS represented by the Gallery

CURRENT EXHIBITION

MARC VANDERLEENEN - CURRENT AFFAIRS 

Marc Vanderleenen shows paintings and sculptures of the last 2 years: 

"We're all witnesses of something. A new figure has emerged in my paintings of the last few months: a man looking through a door. You don't know what he does or what he sees. Is he looking through the door to the bedroom where his beloved is sleeping? Is the door he's about to walk through to leave his wife?Or is it the entrance to a concentration camp?" ... What am I trying to say, as an artist? I have no clear thoughts on that. I'm the painter of the blurred line. In that respect, I feel that I'm still as far along as when I started, almost fifty years ago. I'm still looking for what I might have to say. But in the meantime, there is a hell of a lot of things that I haven't said. I'm almost there, and I will always be almost there."

ex. interview with Danny Ilegems in: Marc Vanderleenen:

No Clear Thoughts, ed. Oktober Publications, 2021

ARTISTS Exhibited 

Kati Heck

Philip Aguirre 

Renato Nicolodi

Cécile Bart

Michelangelo Pistoletto

Guillaume Bijl

Klaus Pobitzer

Kate Burkhart

Gerard Polhuis

Leo Copers

Perry Roberts

Hans Demeulenaere

Walter Swennen

Danny Devos

Guy Van Bossche

Lucas Devriendt

Philippe Van Snick

Peter Downsbrough

Els Vanden Meersch

Hubert Duprat

Filip Vervaet

Pieter Geenen

Bianca Voss

Paul Goede

Cindy Wright

Kris Fierens

Dirk Zoete

Philip Huyghe

Ruben Kindermans

Kris Vleeschouwer

MARIE CLOQUET at FRIEZE No.9 Cork Street, London:
You want it darker – We kill the flame - opening 7 April exhibition until 26 April

Solo presentation by Jason Haam Seoul



 

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Annie Gentils Gallery

Peter Benoitstraat 40
2018 Antwerpen
Belgium

T: +32 3 216 30 28
F: +32 3 290 66 07

OPENING HOURS

Wednesday — Sunday

14h —18 h


and by appointment

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