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  • Opening at Gert Robijns’ RESETHOME

    Gert Robijns Luc Tuymans: The Swamp


    On 9 April 2017, RESETHOME will welcome its first illustrious guest, the artist Luc Tuymans, with his solo exhibition ‘THE SWAMP’. Luc Tuymans is one of the few artists who, from the 90ies onwards, continually questioned and redefined painting, thereby recalibrating the medium’s potential on a global scale.

    RESETHOME is a sculpture, an artist residency and an exhibition venue combined. Conceived and built by the Belgian artist Gert Robijns in the footprint of his grandmother’s former home, as a free space for art, RESETHOME is dedicated to bringing artists and audiences together in the village of Borgloon, Limburg.

  • Rirkrit Tiravanija and Yutaka Sone at Salon Dahlman, Berlin

    Yutaka Sone Paradise is Now: Palm Trees in Art


    Curated by Robert Grunenberg

    Artists: John Baldessari, Juliette Blightman, Marcel Broodthaers, Rodney Graham, Secundino Hernández, Gregor Hildebrandt, David Hockney, Stefan Knauf, Joonas Kota, Alicja Kwade, Talisa Lallai, Mevlana Lipp, Sarah Ortmeyer, Sigmar Polke, Bruno V. Roels, Ed Ruscha, Raf Simons, Yutaka Sone & Rirkrit Tiravanija, Simon Speiser, Henning Strassburger, Vivian Suter, Barthélémy Togu

    Salon Dahlman 27.4 – 30.6.2018

    Opening: Thursday, 26 April 2018, 6 pm

  • Exhibition at Gert Robijns' RESETHOME

    Gert Robijns Bernd Lohaus: ‘Stone / Bronze’

    Bernd Lohaus ‘Stone / Bronze’ brings two monumental outdoor 'stone' sculptures, the 10-part work 'TEIL/GELEBT-GELIEBT, from 1987 and the work GLUT, from 1990, both presented in the garden of RESETHOME. Inside the house and the nearby renovated warehouse, two groups of bronze sculptures go in dialogue with the architecture of RESETHOME and it's surroundings.
  • book signing by the Quay Brothers

    The Quay Brothers The Black Drawings 1974 - 1977


    CURFEWS, the Quay Brothers’ first exhibition at Tommy Simoens, presents a new and immersive diorama installation of 6 haunting ‘Peppers Ghost’ animations. The objects and animations in CURFEWS echo the Quay Brothers’ typical motifs and fascinations: trams, pylons, churches, pantographs and a choreographic use of calligraphy. With the title of the show the brothers invite the viewer on a night time excursion along with a series of enigmatic scenes.

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