Exhibition at Gert Robijns' RESETHOME
Gert Robijns René Daniels: Works from 2006 to 201717.02.2019
The exhibition René Daniels: Works from 2006 to 2017 at Reset features a comprehensive selection of paintings on canvas which René Daniëls has created since 2006. Very few of these paintings have ever been exhibited before. Twenty years after suffering a haemorrhagic stroke in 1987 Daniëls started to paint again. The exhibition at Reset reveals these canvases to be an idiosyncratic body of work that has the potential to modify the perception and evaluation of Daniëls’s oeuvre as a whole.
curated by Ulrich Loock
openinging Sunday April 22, 2PM
Opening party at ENTOURAGE
Eduardo Sarabia Salon Aleman17.02.2019Thursday September 6, 9 PM
Opening Party: Salon Aleman @ café Entouragefollowing the reception at the gallery
Eduardo Sarabia and Tommy Simoens are looking forward to see you at the party in honour of the artist at ENTOURAGE Waalsekaai 33, 2000 Antwerp, next-door of the gallery. Salon Aleman opening night's dj's are Peter Adjaye aka AJ Kwame and DAOUD by Charlotte De Cock.
Sarabia’s ongoing party project Salon Aleman first premiered in Berlin, in the basement of unitednationsplaza, and has since traveled to venues in cities all over the world, including the Whitney Museum of American Art as part of the 2008 Whitney Biennial, the New Museum in New York, the 21c Museum in Louisville, Kentucky and Sifang Art Museum, Nanjing as part of the exhibition Yutaka Sone: Obsidian.
Gert Robijns RESET, a film by Aldine Reinink26.04.2016
RESETHOME is Gert Robijns’ sculptural re-invention of his grandmother’s former home in Gotem. In 2012, the year his grandmother moved into a nursing home, he purchased the building and dismantled it, leaving only the two main supporting walls standing. Ten centimeters further on, he started re-building the house as a monumental sculpture that combines personal memorial and innovation in a new platform for the production and presentation of contemporary art.
M HKA Inbox
Yutaka Sone Travel 1987—881.09.2016
In 1989 Sone made a selection from these slides, which are presented together as a thematic whole. In light of the far-reaching impact of current events in the Middle East the work has taken on an array of poignant overtones, given the fact that a significant portion of the buildings he photographed have since been destroyed, just as a number of the individuals he portrayed have either been killed or seen their lives drastically overturned.
Yutaka Sone’s Travel 1987—88, compiled by the artist in 89, will be presented at Muhka INBOX for the first time, from 13 - 29 January 2017.