Jonathan Coop Park Walk Gallery - London - UK

Jonathan Cooper’s Park Walk Gallery was established in 1988 and is located in the heart of Chelsea, London. Dealers in contemporary figurative art, the gallery represents artists from the UK, USA, Canada, Italy & South Africa.
The gallery specialises in:
Wildlife & Sporting
Solo exhibitions are held in the gallery throughout the year, and mixed exhibitions are held at major art fairs in London & abroad.

Website : http://jonathancooper.co.uk/parkwalk/main.php


Sarah Colegrave - London - UK

Sarah Colegrave worked for Sotheby’s Bond Street for 14 years specializing in Victorian, Pre-Raphaelite and Scottish Pictures. She now works independently as a Fine Art Dealer and Consultant based in London and Oxfordshire. She carries a diverse stock of mainly British 19th and 20th Century paintings, drawings and watercolours and regularly exhibits at fairs in London and the country. Individual items can be viewed by appointment in London or Oxfordshire.

Website : http://www.sarahcolegrave.co.uk/index.pl?id=0;


Clase Fine Art - London - UK

Based in London, Clase Fine Art is an international purveyor of paintings, watercolours and drawings. Founder and director, Andrés Olow Clase, travels worldwide in order to acquire new works and to advise private clients on potential additions to their collections through private acquisition or through the auction rooms.
Following his education in Sweden, Gibraltar, England and Italy, Andrés joined the 19th Century European Paintings Department at Sotheby's Bond Street, London. In addition to his professional background, Andrés also undertook postgraduate study - at the University of London - specialising in Netherlandish and Dutch paintings.
Building on this expertise, Clase Fine Art keeps a range of Fine Pictures for immediate viewing. Equally, Clase Fine Art has a proven history of advising clients on all aspects of purchasing, museum loans, selling and the conservation of paintings, watercolours & drawings.

Website : http://www.clasefineart.com/index.php?lang=eng


Clapham Art Gallery - London - UK

Established in 1998, Clapham Art Gallery has become a leading specialist in discovering and promoting emerging artists of the absolute highest standard. the gallery shows a predominance in painting but also exhibits video, installation, photography, sculpture, mixed media and performance. situated in clapham common, the gallery runs a programme of six-week curated and one-person shows, as well as holding many of its artists work in stock and maintaining a strong presence at selected art fairs and events. clapham art gallery’s aesthetic is contemporary whilst emphasizing quality, style and longevity in its work.

Website : http://www.claphamartgallery.com/index.htm


Broadbent - London - UK

Broadbent is a contemporary art gallery located in Notting Hill in London and specialising in abstract painting and sculpture. The gallery represents approximately 15 core artists and numerous satellite artists from across Europe and America. The artists work across the spectrum of abstraction, from high modernism to more conceptually oriented work, and are represented in many of the major museums and major collections across the world. Sculpture includes both domestic scale and commissioned large scale public works.
The gallery holds a large stock of works including paintings, small scale sculptures, prints and drawings which can be viewed at any time. The gallery has a regular exhibition programme of solo and group shows displaying work over two floors of exhibition space. Gallery publications accompany several exhibitions per year.
As a gallery we provide consulting and collection building services to private clients and major corporate clients. We regularly negotiate acquisitions from other galleries on behalf of clients and monitor all major auction sales. We work with many architects, designers and property developers to provide paintings and sculpture that complement and enhance both exterior and interior spaces. Due to our participation in art fairs in Europe and North America, we have a large international client base and are well-known in the London art scene.

Website : http://www.broadbentgallery.com/home.html


thecentralhouse - Londen - UK

thecentralhouse was founded in 2003 by Eleanor Forster to provide an art and design consultancy service, specialising in original contemporary arts.
The consultancy provides a service based on a thorough understanding and exploration of the context or space in which the works are to be placed, and of the preferences of the client, be they a corporate or private buyer.
thecentralhouse represents a wide range of contemporary artists and designers with whom we have worked. We are also constantly researching and approaching new artists to ensure we can provide the best solution for our clients, whether they are acquiring existing work or commissioning new work.
We are experienced at working in collaboration with other creative professionals including designers, architects, interior designers and leading contemporary art galleries across London.

Website : http://www.thecentralhouse.com/tch_general/about.htm


Brick Lane Gallery - London - Uk

The Brick Lane Gallery exhibits an eclectic variety of contemporary and street art by British and International artists, focusing mainly on exhibiting emerging and mid-career artists. We present an integrated programme of exhibitions, including solo-shows as well as group exhibitions, introducing innovative developments in painting, sculpture, photography, performance, video and works on paper.
The Brick Lane Gallery has previously exhibited works by distinguished artists Bob and Roberta Smith and Wolfgang Tillmans. We have worked with many contemporary street artists such as Banksy, Faile, Bortusk Leer, Four Five and The Krah and continue showcase work on the forefront of London street art scene.
The gallery is situated on East London’s famous Brick Lane and is in good proximity to the area’s trendy bars, restaurants and markets and is close to Aldgate and Liverpool Street Station making it easily accessible.

Website : http://www.thebricklanegallery.com/index.htm


Galerie Besson - London - UK

Galerie Besson has a world-wide reputation for exhibiting ceramics and has been in existence since 1988 in the heart of London's West End.
The gallery runs mainly one-person shows of contemporary ceramic artists from all over the world. We also carry a permanent stock of ceramics - including a significant collection of works by 20th Century ceramic artists Hans Coper and Lucie Rie.

Website : http://www.galeriebesson.co.uk/index.html


Colnaghi - London - UK

Located in Old Bond Street in the heart of London’s art market, Colnaghi was one of the first galleries to be established in Europe. Colnaghi specialises in Old Master paintings and drawings from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries, and its clients include museums and collectors from all over the world. The gallery provides an impressive viewing space and a studious atmosphere for all its visitors – collectors, students and academics alike – where several exhibitions are held annually.
In 2002 the Old Master dealers Konrad Bernheimer and Katrin Bellinger joined forces under the umbrella of Colnaghi in London. Both dealers have long-established galleries in Munich which continue to thrive - Bernheimer Fine Old Masters, renowned for Old Master paintings and Katrin Bellinger Kunsthandel, specializing in Old Master drawings. This partnership has realized many important acquisitions and sales since its inception and continues to maintain Colnaghi’s reputation as one of the pre-eminent international dealerships in Old Masters.
One of the Gallery’s greatest treasures is the comprehensive art reference library, which has been on site at 15 Old Bond Street since the gallery moved to these premises over fifty years ago. The Colnaghi Library covers the history of Western art, focusing particularly on paintings, drawings and prints from the Renaissance through to the nineteenth century. Of particular importance is the Library's vast collection of auction catalogues, which extends back to the mid-eighteenth century. This collection is closely linked to the Colnaghi archives, which systematically document the history of the firm, and the works of art which have passed through it since it's founding in 1760.

Website : http://www.colnaghi.co.uk/Colnaghi-Old-Master-Paintings-and-Drawings-DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=2


Browse & Darby - London - UK

Occupying an 18th century building on Cork Street, in the heart of London's Mayfair, Browse & Darby have long been associated with figurative English painting. As well as showing contemporary English painting, the gallery deals in late 19th & early 20th century European Art: French artists such as Bonnard, Degas, Pissarro and Rodin, and English artists such as Sickert and his contemporaries, Matthew Smith, William Nicholson, Ben Nicholson, Henry Moore, Gwen John and Augustus John. The firm has, for many years been retained by collectors to advise on all aspects of buying and selling art. They have access to the top restorers and conservationists as well as contemporary and more traditional framers.

Website : http://www.browseanddarby.co.uk/default.aspx


Boundary Gallery - London - UK

The Boundary Gallery is twenty three years old and concentrates on two schools of painting: Modern British (1900 - 1950) and Contemporary.
1. Some key artists of the Modern British School include David Bomberg, Horace Brodzky, Jacob Epstein, Jacob Kramer, Alfred Wolmark as well as Josef Herman and Morris Kestelman - both of whose estates the gallery is handling. The Gallery prides itself as leading expert in Jewish Artists most of whom, or whose parents, originated in Eastern Europe.Examples of works by all these artists can always be seen at the gallery. About once a year a major show is mounted featuring a Modern British artist or a theme - usually linking up with a museum exhibition
2. The other area of activity is an exhibition programme displaying works by contemporary artists including : David Breuer-Weil, Sonia Lawson R.A., Davina Jackson, Peter Prendergast, Anita Klein, Neil MacPherson, June Redfern, David Tress.
The works shown are figurative with strong composition, with something to say, good draughtsmanship and a brilliant palette. These are qualities in which the Boundary Gallery firmly believes.The gallery publishes five to six catalogues a year.
Its owner, Agi Katz, was curator of the Ben Uri Collection for six years and ran their gallery in central London . There she organised some remarkable exhibitions including a Jacob Epstein Centenary exhibition , a retrospective of Mark Gertler, a show of David Bomberg, Bomberg and his Family as well as a touring show of Jacob Kramer.
Museums that have purchased from the gallery include the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Milwaukee City Gallery; the British Museum, Imperial War Museum,London, Ferens Art Gallery in Hull, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Jewish Museum, New York.

Website : http://www.boundarygallery.com/index.html


H. Blairman & Sons - London - UK

H. Blairman & Sons Ltd, established in 1884, is now directed by Martin Levy, representing the fourth generation of this family-run business.
Building on its established reputation as a dealer in eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century furniture, Blairman's has developed, over the past thirty years or so, a strong interest in beautifully designed, documented furniture and works of art from the later nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
In the 1930s Martin Levy's grandfather, Philip Blairman (1896-1972), pioneered an appreciation of the English Regency period, and this too is an area in which Blairman's continues to specialise.

Website : http://www.blairman.co.uk/


Ben Brown Fine Arts - London - UK

After working at Sotheby's for 10 years and two years at Waddington galleries, Ben Brown opened Ben Brown Fine Arts in January 2004 and moved into 21 Cork Street in October 2004. The gallery opened its second space at 12 Brook's Mews in September 2008.
Ben Brown Fine Arts is now also in Hong Kong, offering Western Contemporary Art directly to the Asian market. Works can currently be viewed at both the new gallery space in the Pedder building or at the IFC Mall.
Ben Brown has extensive experience in the art world, both in the auction house and the gallery environment. Ben Brown Fine Arts shows important 20th Century international art, including British, Italian and American art and German photography.

Website : http://www.benbrownfinearts.com/exhibit.htm


Belgravia Gallery - London - UK

Belgravia Gallery is London's showcase for work by truly outstanding artists and people of renown. Started in 1986, it is located in the heart of the art district close to Piccadilly. We aim to be professional, welcoming and approachable.
The gallery has a diverse range of art forms from lithographs to paintings, sculptures and fine art photography. Artists include: Nelson Mandela, Trish Wylie, Jurgen Schadeberg, Charlie Mackesy, HRH The Prince of Wales, Picasso, Rembrandt Etchings, Warhol, Paul Chizik, Greg Bartley, Michael Elkan, Gerry Judah, Robert Indiana and Amit Pasricha. Exhibitions by Russian painters, Post impressionist painters and Greek artists are held annually.
We have a state of the art racking system installed in our basement gallery so that on permanant display are over 150 pieces of artwork not in our current exhibition.

Website : http://www.belgraviagallery.com/index.htm


Barbara Behan - London - UK

Dedicated to contemporary artists, Barbara Behan opened its doors in 2003 close to Tate Britain in Pimlico. Subsequently, the gallery has established an international platform for an artistic scene that hitherto had been almost completely absent from galleries in London.
The cosmic chaos of Europe's Informale experiences of the 1950s and movements such as Spazialismo, Arte povera and Movimento Nucleare opened up a new artistic language for the decades to follow. Barbara Behan's space has traced the progression of these languages and given voice to some of the most original, emerging and established artists, to contrast and compare generations and artistic experiences whilst paying homage to the artists' historic, cultural and artistic roots.
The gallery's portfolio emphasizes the younger generation of international artists whose focus on existence itself is explored by re-examining issues such as form, time, light, space, colour and surface, or, as in other instances myth, history, politics and science. Widely divergent and individual, all of the artists share a profound concern with contemporary life and culture whilst not forgetting past cultures and the artistic research from whose observation one can only learn in order to progress.
Painting, sculpture, graphic art, photography, video and installations feature in solo exhibitions or thematic group shows, highlighting a particular research of artistic language and/or a common experience of existence and rapport between the protagonists.
The Victorian townhouse extending over three levels has a unique atmosphere and character that gives historic resonance to contemporary works, representing a unique point of reference for collectors and private and public galleries.

Website : http://www.barbarabehan.com/


Antoine Chenevière - London - UK

Antoine Chenevière’s gallery is renowned for high quality Russian furniture and objects of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. These are neoclassical in origin, with their elegant outlines, clarity of form, and geometric shapes, these works of art fit well into the period or modern interior.Antoine Chenevière explores also the world of Italian, German, Austrian and northern European furniture of the same period.

Website : http://www.antoinecheneviere.com/


John Bennett - London - UK

John Bennett is a long standing London Art dealer with over thirty years experience of the international Fine Art Market.
For the first ten years of this career, he worked in the paintings’ department of one of the principal London auction houses covering periods from the 15th to early 20th centuries. Towards the end of this period, he was Head of the Paintings Department, responsible for the appraisals, valuations, cataloguing and auctioning of the sales.
John then worked with a well-known London Old Master Paintings’ dealer before setting up his own business in 1986. Initially he worked mainly with 16th to late 18th century British and European paintings but when he took on a gallery in Walton Street, Chelsea, London, in the second half of the 1990’s, he diversified into holding more British Sporting paintings as well as pictures from other periods and of different subject matter.
When the lease on the gallery was near its end, John decided to return to dealing by appointment with his established clients and exhibiting at International Fine Art Fairs such as the prestigious British Antique Dealers’ Association (‘BADA’ of which he is a member) annual Fair in Chelsea, London and the Olympia Fine Art Fairs in Kensington, London.
John Bennett specialises in oil paintings from the 17th, 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries with a large part of his stock being British but also including examples from France and elsewhere in Europe and some by American artists. There is still an emphasis on Sporting paintings but landscapes, marines, 18th century trompe l’oeils, still-lifes, and portraits are also available.
Clients who wish to enquire further about any particular work can be given information based on considerable experience and knowledge built up over more than three decades assessing tens of thousands of paintings during that period.

Website : http://www.johnbennettfinepaintings.co.uk/index.asp


Chris Beetles Art Gallery - London - UK

This large informal gallery in the centre of London's best known art dealing district specialises in over 2 centuries of English art. Chris Beetles who owns the business has been dealing for 25 years, and for 16 years from this location in the heart of St James's. Though firmly established as a watercolour specialist and expert, he also deals significantly in oils in the £2000-£200,000 range.
The stock or inventory we carry is the biggest in the country and ranges from the late 18th century through the cream of the 19th and 20th century, to a small group of traditional contemporary gallery artists. In addition the gallery is acknowledged as showing the greatest stock of Illustrators and Cartoonists in the world, an affordable area of art with prices starting as low as £100. The Chris Beetles Gallery has done much to popularise this rapidly growing collectors area. The catalogues we produce for our annual Illustrators exhibition in November have become the definitive literature on the subject, bought by libraries and museums around the world.
Specialist exhibitions change on a monthly basis while a permanent display of the full range of pictures is maintained on other floors of this bright dynamic space. A complete framing service and advice on valuation and restoration is available on site.

Website : http://www.chrisbeetles.com/index.htm

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Bearspace - London - UK

BEARSPACE is a pioneering art space in London exhibiting emerging artists who push the boundaries of contemporary art practice.
Artists are selected for their response to contemporary culture and philosophy, and their work often displays a conceptual or narrative framework. Artworks pioneer innovative use of materials and rational and are of the highest technical quality. BEARSPACE prides itself on discovering exceptional artists early on in their careers, and promoting them through gallery exhibitions, art fairs, curated exhibitions and collaborations.
BEARSPACE projects include large-scale exhibitions such as ‘Play’, which included work by Bob & Roberta Smith, Jake and Dinos Chapman and Anya Gallaccio; Art Fairs including Zoo Art Fair and London Art Fair; and The Deptford Art Map - a revolutionary art map for Deptford in South East London – London’s new art mecca.

Website : http://www.bearspace.co.uk/beta/index.php


Galerie Pascal Janssens - Gent - BEL

De centrale esthetische visie alsook filosofische achtergrond van de galerie kan in haar kern misschien best als volgt omschreven worden:
de keuze van de kunstenaars in het algemeen, en het oeuvre van de exposerende kunstenaars welke in de galerie zullen tentoonstellen in het bijzonder, zullen in de eerste plaats (zonder woorden, exces of narratief verhaal) voor zich spreken. Globaal genomen zijn het dan de esthetische abstracte vormen, kleuren, licht en materie van het kunstwerk welke de toeschouwer op zich genomen kunnen raken. De esthetische eigenschappen van het creatief kunstobject, veroorzaakt spanning, interesse, intenties van beweging van de toeschouwer naar het verfijnd kunstwerk van de kunstenaar. Dit is terug te vinden in het leitmotiv van de galerie, met name de verwondering van het worden.
De galerie ziet volkomen geen breuklijn tussen hetgeen zich in een zogenaamd lange traditie van de schone kunsten afspeelt en de ingeslagen wegen van haar kunstenaars in een (post)modernere vertaling. Veel van haar kunstenaars hebben bovendien een rijke klassieke vorming, erudiet, delen ruime belangstelling voor andere disciplines als muziek, dichtkunst, geschiedenis, letteren, kosmologie, wetenschappen… De abstracte kunstvormen zijn dan ook weerspiegelingen van doorgaans een verdere evolutie in de ontwikkelingen van de kunstenaar.
Het ordenen, omschrijven in de taal van de kunstenaar zelf biedt uiteraard een meerwaarde, maar het belangrijkste van het kunstobject is in wezen onzegbaar en onuitsprekelijk. De conceptuele denkkaders van de tentoongestelde kunstenaars zijn voornamelijk een gerichtheid op een continue ononderbroken (onafgewerkt) onderzoeken langs verschillende wegen van esthetische mogelijkheden.
In het eerste programmajaar kan deze visie reeds suggestief herkend worden door de verrassende wijze waarbij een kunstenares als Clotilde Ancarani (de kunstenares welke de opening van de kunstgalerij verzorgt) haar observaties van de leefwereld deelt in haar schilderijen, ‘Clotide Ancarani, elle se peint’ zei een commentator; alsook bij het afsluiten van het eerste expositiejaar de kunst van Michael Burges welke aan de hand van kleur -als gekozen onderwerp- onze esthetische ervaringsmogelijkheden op een meer experimenteel niveau onderzoekt, Burges als ‘Science of painting’.

Website : http://www.galeriejanssens.be/index.php


Young Gallery - Brussel - BEL

Pascal Young opened his first gallery in June 2000, presenting a collection of photographs chosen for their formal and contemporary spirit.
His first exhibition, which presented portraits of stars by renowned Paris Match reporter Claude Azoulay (France), was a great success.
Along with the Andreas H. Bitesnich (Austria) exposition in February 2003, Pascal inaugurated his second gallery, located at the rear of the first within a quaint interior court. The subsequent raise in exhibition space (250m2) now provides the opportunity to showcase additional works, or works of greater size. The art is offered to an increasing number of people interested in photography at exhibitions which have now become events in their own right in Brussels.
In 2004, the Gallery exhibited a lot of international photographers, like: Charlotte March (Germany), William Claxton (USA), Greg Gorman (USA), Bruno Bisang (Switzerland) and Thomas Eigel (Germany).
The program for 2005 was also very interesting. We saw among other things: Mark Seliger (USA), Vincent Fournier (France), Richard Gere (USA)…
In October 2005, Young gallery moved to the Conrad Hotel (Wiltcher's Place) in the center of Brussels.
The vocation of the Young Gallery is therefore to honour and reveal today’s photographers - whether they are confirmed artists or recently discovered talents exercising their gift in colour or black and white - by offering them six exhibitions a year. The Gallery opened with the exceptional exhibition of Patrick Demarchelier (France).
In 2006 and 2007, the exhibitions of Nick Brandt (USA), David Drebin (Canada), David Burdeny (Canada) and Albert Watson (Scotland) scored a big success.
In 2008, the gallery exposed other very interested artists, like : Florian Böhm (Germany), Josef Hoflhner (Austria) and Daniel and Geo Fuchs (Germany).T
In 2009, the gallery exposed David Burdeny with his "Icebergs". You will see the exhibitions of Michel Comte in May, Floriane de Lassée and Ambroise Tezenas in september and the Nick Brandt' s new work in november.
The Young Gallery also offers for sale a large and diverse choice of photography work as well as a dedicated picture.

Website : http://www.younggalleryphoto.com/photography.html


Puls contemporary ceramics - Brussel - BEL

Puls contemporary ceramics is the only gallery in Brussels exclusively dedicated to ceramics.
The gallery stages around eight exhibitions annually, showing the best of international contemporary ceramics, with a special focus on Denmark.
The gallery is divided into two spaces, whereby the main space will typically show works of established artists. The second space is where young, promising talents are given a platform, people who will put their stamp on the next generation of ceramics. in both spaces, puls contemporary ceramics is committed to pressing its finger firmly against the thumping pulse of the 21st century.

Website : http://www.pulsceramics.com/home.html


think.21 gallery - Brussel - BEL

Located in the heart of Brussels, think.21 gallery aspires to be a beacon discussing the complexities and diversities of contemporary artistic creation through its careful selection of Belgian and international artists.
think.21 follows closely all developments in art while paying close attention to artistic creation inspired by and conveyed through new media. For think.21 new media art is not an artform solely exploring its digital and technologically complex nature. It is also closely affiliated to the evolution of contemporary art and is preoccupied by the same current universal themes.
Taking into account the diversity of new technologies and their specific impact on the visua arts, one is bound to study the ensuing hybrid of forms. The result is a body of work exhibited by think.21 that embraces artworks carrying the marks of the “traditional” language of painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, etc, with artworks that have a straight-forward digital characte. Furthermore, think.21 does not fail to keep a close eye on the general artistic production and does not hesitate to widen its scope of vision in order to exhibit strong, but with no digital affiliation, work.
think.21 is supporting young creators as well as more established artists in their practice. What distinguishes the project is that it combines an exhibition space, a residence and a production studio, offering logistical and financialsupport to the artists in its roster. Specific projects are therefore developed, especially designed for exhibitions in the gallery space where scenography plays a major role think.21 wishes to be a space of creation, reflection and discovery of new artistic forms. An editorial project adds to the programming and documentation on topics addressed is available to visitors. A fresh look, experimentation and quality guide the gallery’s research and artistic choices.
The identity of think.21 is deliberately flux and in permanent development. The leitmotiv is to allow the public, including beginners, amateurs and collectors, to discover the most stimulating concentration of today’s artisticcreation.

Website : http://www.think21gallery.com/index.html


Pascal Polar Gallery - Brussel - BEL

Founded in 1985, the Pascal Polar Gallery represents established and upcoming artists in the field of international contemporary visual arts, with solo shows and participation in the major international art fairs.
The POLAR+NKA*photography exhibition space is an international center dedicated to the photographic image. A particular approach, proposing solo shows as well as collective exhibitions on specific themes

Website : http://www.pascalpolar.be/site/Home.html


Mulier Mulier Gallery - Knokke - BEL

The gallery was founded in 1988 by Erik Mulier and Luc Mulier and is located in Belgium (Knokke-Zoute).
We established an international reputation for excellence, innovation and the quality of the exhibitions.Panamarenko, Art & Language, Guy Van Bossche, Pol Bury, Tadashi Kawamata, James Lee Byars, Guillaume Bijl, Lawrence Weiner, Robert Mapplethorpe ... are just a few of the artists presented.
By exhibitions, catalogues, fairs, Mulier Mulier Gallery features the work of these artists on an international scene.

Website : http://www.muliermuliergallery.com/mainmenu_home.html


l'Usine Galerie - Brussel - BEL

Since 1999 l’USINE GALERIE offers a platform for contemporary art. Situated in the South-West of Brussels, the gallery presents first of all international artists with works, which have been created by means of a camera or any photographic procedure or are related to it. Nevertheless we open our spaces for any other direction of contemporary art such as painting, video or installation. We consider coaching and promoting young artists in their art and their careers as an important part of our mission.

Website : http://www.l-usine-galerie.com/home.html


Galerie J. Bastien Art - Brussel - BEL

La galerie J. Bastien ART a été fondée en octobre 1988 par Jeane Bastien. À l’origine de cette aventure, un goût prononcé pour l’art, qui s’est mué au fil des ans en un engagement pour les artistes.
En plus d’offrir ses cimaises à de grands artistes dont la réputation est internationale comme Zao Wou-Ki, Chu Teh-Chun, Gaston Chaissac, Olivier Debré ou Henri Michaux, elle propose également de faire découvrir de nouveaux talents en donnant leur chance à de jeunes artistes tels que Richard Texier, Johan Baudart, Costa Lefkochir, Kely et plus récemment Zhu Wei. Dans tous les cas, la ligne artistique adoptée reste la peinture et la sculpture moderne et contemporaine.
Belges ou étrangers, reconnus ou en début de carrière, les artistes sont présents au sein de la collection permanente de la galerie.Annuellement, la galerie se lance dans un projet de plus grande envergure, que ce soit par une rétrospective ou une exposition thématique.
Jeane Bastien est considérée comme la marchande attitrée pour la Belgique de Zao Wou-Ki, Chu Teh-Chun, Gaston Chaissac et Olivier Debré.

Website : http://www.jbastien-art.be/FR/gallery.awp


Galerie Zwart Huis - Knokke - BEL

In 2001 startte galerie Zwart Huis haar activiteiten in de woning De Beir, Dumortierlaan 8 te Knokke.
In deze modernistische woning, gebouwd in 1924 door Huib Hoste, werden spraakmakende tentoonstellingen georganiseerd. Belgische kunstenaars met internationale uit- straling werden geïnviteerd om hun werken tentoon te stellen, o.a. Jan Fabre, Luc Deleu, Ronny Delrue, Evermeulen, Carl De Keyzer, Karl Meersman, Liliane Vertessen, Johan Tahon, Jan De Vliegher.
Na 6 jaar werking trok de galerie naar een nieuwe locatie, gelegen op de Zeedijk 635 te Knokke. Galerie Zwart Huis blijft hedendaagse kunstenaars inviteren die in België tot de top behoren.

Website : http://www.hetzwarthuis.be/


Kunstgalerie Art Depot - Bonheiden - BEL

Met kunstgalerie Art Depot maken Julien, Moniek en Jiri Vanmeerbeeck sinds 1997 hedendaagse moderne kunst toegankelijk voor een ruim publiek. En dat doen ze met succes. Gedurende 11 jaar werden kunstwerken tentoongesteld in het Meurop gebouw, aan de Dijle in Rijmenam.
Sinds 2009 opende Art Depot haar deuren in een ruimer, nieuw pand tegenover de kerk in het dorp van Bonheiden. Julien, Moniek en Jiri zijn al heel hun leven gepassioneerd door kunst.

Website : http://www.artdepot.be/


H29 - Anderlecht - BEL

H29 is an artist-run space, located in Anderlecht close to the city center.
It has just moved there from its former location in the heart of Brussels district St Gilles, a five minute walk from the Wiels contemporary art museum.
H29 concentrates on a program of national and international contemporary artists working in a variety of forms of non objective art. The exhibitions are often site-specific and executed in the space by the artist for the time of the show.
H29 was set up in 2005 by Marcus Bering and Tilman.

Website : http://www.h29brussels.com/spip.php?page=sommaire


Galerie Jos Depypere - Kuurne - BEL

Galerie Jos Depypere, een kunstgalerie gespecialiseerd in hedendaagse en antieke schilderijen, beeldhouwwerken en glaskunst.
Naast grote en bekende namen uit het kunstmilieu vindt u er ook jong en aankomend talent.

Website : http://www.galeriedepypere.be/index.htm