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Contemporary Art Fair Catalogue 2019


MAIN PARTNER’S INTRODUCTION


Supporting Belgian artists, discovering the great talents of tomorrow and sharing our passion for art with you: these values behind the Belfius Art Collection reflect our social and cultural commitment as a 100% Belgian bank-insurer. For the third year in a row, Belfius Wealth Management is the main partner of the Art Brussels fair. For this 37th edition of the event, Belfius will once again show an unprecedented selection of major works from the Belfius Art Collection. By renewing our support to Art Brussels, an essential event that contributes so importantly to the influence of the Belgian art scene, we are reaffirming our passion for Belgian talents. Art takes up a special place in our heart. The Belfius Art Collection, which contains almost 4,300 pieces, is the country’s largest private collection of Belgian art and one of the top 100 largest corporate collections in the world. From Jacob Jordaens and Rubens to Ann Veronica Janssens and Rinus Van De Velde, via Magritte, Rik Wouters and Permeke, the works in the collection cover five centuries of artistic movements and styles. Each one has left a long-lasting mark on its time, influencing many generations of artists. Owning these works is an immense privilege and we have made it our mission to share this artistic heritage with as many people as possible, through our annual exhibition in the Belfius Art Gallery, loans to museums and other partnerships.

If you are holding this catalogue now, it is because, like us, your heart beats more strongly at the idea of all the artistic discoveries waiting in store for you at Art Brussels this year. We invite you to join us for this occasion. Let yourself be surprised and moved in the convivial atmosphere of the Belfius Lounge as you discover ArtBeats, a selection of works chosen by 30 Belgian personalities who have each picked their favourite artwork from the collection. These personalities, who come from the world of art, culture, gastronomy and the performing arts, reveal themselves through their choices, which say much about what makes them tick, what moves them and what fascinates, inspires and surprises them. This is your invitation to discover or rediscover the Belfius Art Collection from a new and authentic angle. Whether you come to the Belfius Lounge to admire the art, take part in talks organised by our experts, mingle with other art-lovers or take a moment of peace and quiet out of the day, we can offer you a uniquely contemporary experience, rich in emotion. Because at Belfius, we believe that encouraging inspiring encounters and dialogue with the art world is an art form in its own right.

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INTRODUCTION Director’s foreword International selection committee and DISCOVERY committee Jury for the SOLO Prize Jury for the DISCOVERY Prize Fair Management Acknowledgements General information

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PARTNERS

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ARTISTIC PROJECTS

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Monumental Sculptures IRMGARD SPECK by Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys ArtBeats SCREEN IT Video project Lucie Lanzini, What comes out is what’s inside Le Salon: Jolien De Roo

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INVITED

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SELECTED GALLERIES

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MEDIA

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INDEX

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Participating galleries Exhibiting artists


Introduction


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Dear art lovers,

We are thrilled to unveil the 37th edition of Art Brussels. The strength of Art Brussels lies in its fundamental DNA — its adherence through the years to its distinctive profile and in its capacity to attract collectors and art lovers who are passionate about art and eager to make discoveries. Our desire is to remain relevant, attentive and open-minded towards the mutations in the art world. In order to embrace this adventurous path: • We have enlarged the DISCOVERY section, from 33 galleries in 2018 to 38 galleries in 2019. • We worked on strengthening our REDISCOVERY section, now complete with 11 galleries. • Our SOLO section boasts 23 projects focusing on the work of a single artist. Original, sometimes site-specific

installations specially designed for Art Brussels compete for visitors’ attention. • Last but not least, we inaugurate our new INVITED section, comprising nine galleries or art spaces. Our aim is to

encourage a new generation of young galleries with international ambitions, which have never before participated in Art Brussels, and to be open to art spaces that do not follow the traditional gallery model. All participants have been directly invited by Art Brussels, and have not been subjected to the selection process that applies to participants in the other sections of the fair. For their presentations, these nine INVITED participants have total carte blanche. To distinguish this area, its design will be different from the rest of the fair. This year’s Art Brussels includes 157 participants, with 148 selected galleries representing 32 countries of origin. Showing works by newly emerging artists to the most internationally renowned names, Art Brussels remains resolutely contemporary. Of the 800 artists represented, over 90% are alive, and nearly a third are under 40 years old. This year’s Art Brussels again also brings a diversified associated artistic programme, including: • Monumental outdoor sculptures by renowned artists and emerging talents near the entrance to the fair – see

page 48. • The SCREEN IT film programme explores the impact of screen culture on artistic creation – see page 52. • As a preamble to the Belgian Pavilion at the 58th International Venice Biennale, in the Stibbe lounge, Jos de

Gruyter and Harald Thys present Irmgard Speck, featuring an important series of head sculptures – see page 50. Alongside the Art Brussels artistic programme, in their lounge, Belfius Wealth Management, main partner of the fair, present ArtBeats, a series of works specially selected by as many Belgian personalities who have chosen their favourites among the works in the Belfius Art Collection. For the fourth year in a row, JML, warrant holder of the Royal Court of Belgium, will offer irresistible seasonal gastronomic diversity for small and big appetites. Art Brussels expresses its deep gratitude to all those who have helped build its success over the years. The entire Art Brussels team looks forward to welcoming you to our 37th edition.

Anne Vierstraete Managing Director

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Nele Verhaeren Head of Gallery Relations


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International selection committee

DISCOVERY committee

This committee, composed of Belgian and foreign gallerists, selects the participating galleries in PRIME & REDISCOVERY and preselects the SOLO presentations. Every year, more than 350 galleries apply for participation, of which 148 have been selected.

DISCOVERY is a section for young galleries presenting artists that are not yet known or emerging within the European context. These galleries are scouted and selected by the DISCOVERY Committee, which is composed of Belgian and international curators and gallerists:

Loïc Bénétière Ceysson Bénétière, Paris, New York, Luxembourg, Saint-Etienne

Michael Callies dépendance, Brussels

Michael Callies dépendance, Brussels Simon Devolder Xavier Hufkens, Brussels Carolyn Drake Kandiyoti Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, Brussels, New York Benedicte Goesaert Zeno X, Antwerp Rodolphe Janssen rodolphe janssen, Brussels Thomas Krinzinger Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna Polina Stroganova Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City

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Adam Carr Curator, writer and lecturer, Liverpool Martha Kirszenbaum Curator and writer, Los Angeles, Paris Barbara Seiler Barbara Seiler, Zürich Sofie Van de Velde Sofie Van de Velde, Antwerp

Art Brussels would like to thank all the committee members for their active support.


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Jury for the SOLO Prize Supported by Van Den Weghe

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Alberto Giacometti, Grande femme I, 1960. Bronze, 272 x 34,9 x 54 cm. Fondation Giacometti, Paris. © Succession Alberto Giacometti (Fondation Giacometti, Paris + ADAGP, Paris), 2019 - Graphisme : Les produits de l’épicerie – Impression : L’Artésienne


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Acknowledgements As per 26 March, 2019

Special thanks to: Manuel Abendroth Julien Amicel Nicolas Ansotte Christine Ayoub Wendy Baeyens Devrim Bayar Christiane Berghmans Sophie Bessieux Iwona Blazwick Bernard Blistène Jean Boghossian Ralph Boghossian Hubert Bonnet Patrick Bontinck Antoine Bosteels Daphné Bourgoing Augustin Bown Lily Briant Marianne Bruggeman Sofie Buelens Carlo Busschop Adam Carr Xavier Corallo Béatrice d’Aoust Lara Day Guy de Bellefroid

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Anlam De Coster Frédéric de Goldschmidt Jos de Gruyter Martine de Limburg Stirum Eléonore de Sadeleer Mieke Debeerst Muriel Deconinck Pascale Delcor Wim Delvoye Chris Dercon Guillaume Desanges Arthur Donck Michel Draguet Sybille du Roy de Blicquy Cécile Dubois Paul Dujardin Mimi Dusselier Chris Flamée Carine Fol Julie Gerin Olivier & Nicole Gevart Ivo Ghizzardi Tessa Giblin Chanel Gobert Yves Goldstein Nathalie Goovaerts

Denis Gorteman Nathalie Guiot Dirk Gyselinck Alice Haguenauer Alexandre Helson Laura Herman Philippine Hoegen Michael Hoppenbrouwers Audrey Joris Martha Kirszenbaum Sophie Lauwers Claire Leblanc Jean-Michel Loriers Alexis Loriers Lucinda Lovell Marc Maertens Steven Maes Hélène Mariaud Géry Meeùs Michel Moortgat Vanessa Joan Müller Thessa Noach Mattijs Nuyts Hans Ulrich Obrist Chantal Pattyn Jan Peeters


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Acknowledgements As per 26 March, 2019

Special thanks to: Gaëtan Peffer Jasmin Pelham Peter Phlippo Sarah Pirlot Benoît Platéus Livine Quintens Marc Raisière Yasmina Reggad Olivier Richard Paul Rijks Michèle Rollé Charlotte Romain Rosalie Romedenne Clio Rosenoer Micol Rossini Eva Ruiz Louma Salamé Pascale Salesse Anne-Claire Schmitz Caroline Schuermans Margaux Schwarz

Alain Servais Mari Shields Raf Simons Veva Smets Dirk Snauwaert Bernard Soens Gerrie Soetaert Ive Stevenheydens Carine Suenens Monika Szewczyk Harald Thys Pieter Jan Valgaeren Anke Van den Broeck Ellen Van der Aa Jo et Diane van der Stichelen Rogier Benedikt & Christine van der Vorst Louis-Philippe Van Eeckhoutte Diane Van Impe Bruno & Gaël van Lierde Tanguy Van Quickenborne Niels Van Tomme

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Monumental Sculptures Esplanade Tour & Taxis

Gavin Turk, L’Âge d’Or, 2012, courtesy of Maruani Mercier, photo: Owain Thomas

For the second year in a row, Art Brussels organises Monumental Sculptures. Eight large scale artworks by renowned artists and emerging talents will welcome the visitors outside in front of the fair entrance. Karel Breugelmans, Constructie XXX, 2019 355 x 70 x70 cm, cedarwood, courtesy of Transit Gallery, Mechelen Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, Rebar for a flag sculpture, 2018 600 x 353 x 353cm, reinforced steel, courtesy of valerie_traan, Antwerp Aurélie Pétrel, Axlonométrie #2, Inactinique, 2018 250 x 250 x 250 cm, print on glass, wood and steel, courtesy of Ceysson & Bénétière, Luxembourg, Paris, Saint-Etienne, New York Koen Theys, Kijkgleuf, 2017 241 x 120 x 120 cm, corten steel, courtesy of KETELEER Gallery, Antwerp

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Filip Vervaet, Paradisio IV, 2017, courtesy of Cinnnamon

Gavin Turk, L’Âge d’Or, 2019 365 x 147 x 81 cm, painted bronze, courtesy of Maruani Mercier, Brussels, Knokke, Zaventem Filip Vervaet, Paradisio IV, 2017 230 x 263 x 319 cm, bronze, stainless steel, glass, dichroic film, courtesy of Cinnnamon, Rotterdam Sophie Whettnall, Black Dust, 2019 variable dimensions, courtesy of Michel Rein, Brussels, Paris Tatiana Wolska, Principe d’incertitude, 2019 variable dimensions, plastic, courtesy of Irène Laub Gallery, Brussels

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58th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, Belgian Pavilion

IRMGARD SPECK an exhibition by Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys Stibbe Lounge

Jos de Gruyter (b. 1965) and Harald Thys (b. 1966) live in Brussels and have been working together since the late 1980s. The artist duo creates films, drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures in which hyper-recognisable and non-authoritarian characters, objects and spaces exist simultaneously. They have the habit of distilling fictions out of a reality that is, sometimes, ‘too real.’ Both willingly concede that they feel attracted to the psychotic state of contemporary societies, a state that they simultaneously dread and disseminate in their work. Without ever descending into cynicism or morality, they succeed – with skill, and not without humour – in transforming what looks like fear or a state of latency into something voluntary and critical that goes beyond the status quo.

Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys, Irmgard Speck, 2018 plaster, paint, mixed media, 43 x 20,5 x 20,5 cm courtesy of the artist and dépendance, Brussels photo: Kåre Viemose

In anticipation of their commission at the Belgian Pavilion in Venice this year, Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys present a series of small sculptural heads made of plaster, fake hair and paint in the lounge of fair partner Stibbe. The faces are placed on small shelves throughout the space. The 3D-printed plaster faces of international politicians, dictators, B-movie actors, friends, publicly known recognisable figures, murderers and victims, living as well as dead historical people, are presented without any hierarchy or moral judgment. No matter their historical importance or role, they all appear equal – equally frightening and equally innocent – flat, motionless and stereotyped. A booklet with individual biographies and photographs of all characters and their stories accompanies the presentation. 50

De Gruyter and Thys had numerous solo exhibitions at institutions including Konkurs Eksperten at Kunsthal Aarhus (2018); White Suprematism at Portikus Frankfurt and CAC Vilnius (2016); Im Reich der Sonnenfinsternis at MCA Chicago; Fine Arts at MOMA PS1 New York; Die schmutzige Puppen von Pommern at The Power Station Dallas and Tram 3 at CCA Wattis San Francisco (2015); Das Wunder des Lebens at Kunsthalle Wien (2014); Optimundus at M HKA Antwerp (2013); Projekt 13 at Kunsthalle Basel (2010). The artists were included in the Venice Biennale (2013) and the Berlin Biennale (2008). In 2019 Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys represent Belgium at the 58th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia with the exhibition Mondo Cane curated by Anne-Claire Schmitz and commissioned by Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles. The artists are represented by dépendance, Brussels, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin and Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York / Rome Art Brussels is a proud friend of the Belgian Pavillion. With the indispensable support of Stibbe. 58th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia. Belgian Pavilion 11 May to 24 November 2019 www.belgianpavilion.be – www.mondocane.net


ArtBeats Belfius Lounge

For more than 50 years dedicated to promoting and collecting Belgian art, the Belfius Art Collection has brought together works representing the most diverse artistic movements: from the established artists of yesterday to the promising talents of tomorrow, via the avant-garde artists of today. With nearly 4,300 pieces, covering five centuries of art history, the Belfius Art Collection is the largest private collection of Belgian art in the country. It is a heritage which Belfius has always been eager to share with other art lovers. For its third time as main partner of Art Brussels, Belfius Wealth Management presents ArtBeats, a series of works especially selected by as many Belgian personalities, who have for the occasion chosen their favourites among the works in the collection. Through their choices, these passionate and committed personalities, writers, artists, iconic figures from the worlds of fashion, gastronomy, culture and the performing arts, reveal their inner feelings. They

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share the works which make their hearts beat faster, which thrill, move or fascinate them. They also reveal the art that nourishes their own creation. It is a journey through their emotions and passions, supported by an original scenography in the exceptional setting of the Belfius Lounge. In a journey combining works by, among others, LĂŠon Spilliaert, Constant Permeke, Jacob Jordaens, Thierry De Cordier or MichaĂŤl Borremans and Koen Van den Broek, with written and filmed testimonies, ArtBeats appeals to visitors, art lovers and collectors. What feelings does art awaken in us? Why does art move us so much? Between reason and passion, intellect and emotion, how can an attraction to a work of art be explained? Belfius invites you to discover these major works from its collection and what they reveal about the personalities who have chosen them. Let yourself be carried away by the emotions they evoke in you and find the one that will make your heart beat faster!


SCREEN IT Video project Hôtel de la Poste – Tour & Taxis Curated by Pieter Jan Valgaeren Design consultancy by Richard Venlet Furnished by Affordable Furniture Collection

SCREEN IT is the title of a new media festival, organised in Hasselt (Belgium), from 5 October 2019 to 5 January 2020. SCREEN IT investigates the impact screens, universally present today, have on the arts. The screening presented at Hôtel de la Poste (Tour & Taxis), Art Brussels’ main venue, includes works questioning screen culture by artists represented by both participating galleries and partnering institutions in Brussels. These works test the medium of video art in light of previous and ongoing societal or artistic debates concerning the position of screens and media in our communities today. The works shown here may be included in the video festival SCREEN IT

Mounir Fatmi, Across the Moon, 2016-2017, 11’33’’ courtesy of Ceysson & Bénétière Daniel Arsham, Future Relic 03, 2015, 15:39 courtesy of Galerie Ron Mandos

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Globalisation

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The influence of media language on the arts began with the sudden popularity and availability of television. Early adopters such as Lee Friedlander and Andy Warhol used this visual impact, together with the key social position and the language transmitted by TV, as central themes in their work. With the onslaught of the VHS tape, the DVD and the internet, media aesthetics gained considerable influence, and became a critical tool for those who wanted to reflect on society and technology. By using well-known formats, signs, and languages from popular media, artists create a profound, and often disruptive impact on the viewer. This reaction is thus facilitated by immediate recognition.

The rapid global spread of media and technology, generated a formal media language driven by predominantly western standards. Strongly influenced by American and European culture, mass media created a visual standard that resulted in both appropriation and critique. In addition, this standard triggered regional media productions all over the world. Locally grown aesthetics followed and formed a different view on the use of media and storytelling by creating new genres and subgenres often linked to questions of identity, history, and gender.

Daniel Arsham – Galerie Ron Mandos, Amsterdam Jonas Lund – The Ryder Projects, London Sam Samore – rodolphe janssen, Brussels Constant Dullaart – Upstream, Amsterdam 52

Mounir Fatmi – Ceysson & Bénétière, Luxembourg, Paris, Saint-Etienne, New York Albert Soldatov – pop/off/art, Moscow Birgit Johnsen & Hanne Nielsen – Charlotte Fogh, Aarhus Bae Yoon Hwan – Baton, Seoul


Tuncay Berkay, Untitled (Louvre), 2015, 14’06’’ courtesy of SANATORIUM James Alec Hardy, courtesy of Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

Technology

Identity

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Artists have always challenged and questioned technology. This kind of thinking results in ‘out of the box’ innovations, but also in new forms of art or aesthetics. Current democratic access to open source platforms, technological education, and the advantage of easy distribution, have influenced a new generation of artists to constantly update their aesthetic language. With links to gaming, online media, and communication, the works present themselves as typical witnesses of our times.

As early as 1967, Marshall McLuhan explained, in ‘The Medium is the message’, that all media are “extensions” of our human senses, bodies, and minds. The internet, with social media as trigger, fostered a whole new perception of identity. Supported by a societal shift towards a more personal focus on intellectual and spiritual development, ‘the age of I’ was born. Artists are able to place themselves, often in a digital or media context, as the central object. Staged in their personal or fictive life, identity becomes a ‘pars pro toto’ for their artistic expression.

Tabor Robak – Upstream, Amsterdam Emmanuel Van der Auwera – Harlan Levey Projects, Brussels James Alec Hardy - Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London, Berlin Julius Hoffmann – Kleindienst, Leipzig

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Tuncay Berkay – SANATORIUM, Istanbul Agnès Guillaume: on show at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels Adina Mocanu – 418Gallery, Cetate, Munich Ariane Loze – Michel Rein, Paris, Brussels Laure Prouvost – Nathalie Obadia, Paris, Brussels


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Lucie Lanzini, What comes out is what’s inside Stand D.11

Lucie Lanzini. Répertoire, 2019 jesmonite, pigment, 24 x 18 cm, © Lucie Lanzini

Lucie Lanzini pays particular attention to everyday forms for their capacity to evoke and summon memories. Her studio is the existential matrix of her creative process. A place of experimentation; it is alive, it draws you in and is a space of reflection. Through the process of sculpting, the original elements are retained, as well as their traces and their footprints. In regards to this, the created objects are in transit, because the artist’s studio is as much a place of appearance as of disappearance. As soon as the artwork exists, the artist incorporates the anticipated separation. The autonomy of the work is the prerequisite of its existence.

shown to offer an introspective glance on the forms, objects and tools from the studio, used on a daily basis by the artist to create her sculptural works. In echo, the on-site installation Main courante (Handrail), an ensemble of glass ramps made through different processing techniques, invites one to get into the material as well as to get out of the space. These ramps are the symbol of the attachment that links the artist to her studio, as well as to her earlier works, which are now displayed in other contexts. What comes out is what’s inside bears the mark of an absence while providing proof of a multitude of states of being and interrelationships.

What comes out is what’s inside evokes both the liberation of the form from the mold and the work emancipating itself from the workshop. A set of sculptures created by the technique of molding is

Curated by Nicolas de Ribou

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Jolien De Roo

in collaboration with Art Contest 2018 Furnished by Bulo

Jolien De Roo, Expectations, 2018

Jolien De Roo is the first laureate and prize winner of ArtContest 2018, supported by Boghossian Foundation. She shows recent works in Art Brussels’ Le Salon. De Roo questions the relation between the presence and the absence of meaning. In each work, a precisely constructed and layered image is outlining a strange combination of abstract and figurative elements.

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Ambiguous forms often become figures inside the scenario of the image. Intrigued by the idea of creating a universe in which all those characters meet, no work can be understood by itself and each image questions itself relating to the other pictures. Therefore, De Roo asks herself how far she can, as an artist, manipulate the meaning associated to her works; does the act to give a meaning to an image depend exclusively on the viewer or is it the prerogative of the artist as creator?


04 Invited


ALICE BLACK

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Other gallery artists

Lee Marshall (b. 1986, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Tristan Pigott (b. 1990, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Marty Schnapf (b. 1977, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles

Sol Bailey-Barker Merve Basarir Ivan Black Jasmine Garrett Brian Maguire Nina Royle Rory Menage Sasha Okun Frankie Roberts Clementine Robertson Maryrose Watson Nicholas William Johnson

ALICE BLACK will spotlight London based artists Tristan Pigott and Lee Marshall along with LA based Marty Schnapf. These three young artists are celebrated for their knowing and wry critique of contemporary culture and an ongoing exploration into the place of the image and imagemaking methods in today’s visually saturated landscape. Tristan Pigott holds a BA from Camberwell College of Art (2009-2012) and an MA in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art (2017-2019). Employing playful subversion, Pigott’s work reflects a fascination and desire to make sense of our straddled position between the real and the virtual. Lee Marshall holds a BA Hons Fine Art, Norwich School of Art and Design, Norwich (2005-2008). Marshall fluidly adopts and adapts the tropes of past painterly movements while harnessing the logic of graphic editing software to celebrate the potential of digital media to generate new aesthetics. Marty Schnapf received his BFA from Wittenberg University in 1999 and was heavily influenced by his studies abroad in Cortona, Italy. Central to Schnapf’s creative and conceptual investigations is an exploration into the manifold complexities of our human relationships.

London www.aliceblackart.com Directors: Alice Black & Matt Symonds

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Marty Schnapf, What the Wind Carries, 2017 oil and charcoal on canvas, 142.2 x 57.5 cm, © the Artist, courtesy of ALICE BLACK

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BALLON ROUGE COLLECTIVE

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Merve Iseri (b. 1992, Turkey) Lives and works in London Philip Janssens (b. 1980, France) Lives and works in Brussels

Carmen Argote Bruna Canepa Samuel Jablon Marie Jacotey

Ballon Rouge Collective is a nomadic gallery, with a permanent space for exchange called the B.R. Club in Brussels. Since September 2017, the B.R. Collective has travelled to and put up exhibitions in Istanbul, London, Los Angeles, Brussels, Sao Paulo, Paris and New York. Each of the cities we visit is stewarded by a collective member. They are our ambassadors to their respective cities and curate the shows there. Each artist we represent travels with us, ultimately working with all of our collective members internationally.

Brussels www.ballonrougecollective.com Directors: Helene Dumenil, Nicole O’Rourke

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Merve Iseri, vision of holding a star in motion, 2018 oil and pastel on black cotton, 115 x 135 x 4 cm, courtesy of the artist and B.R.C.

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COUNTER SPACE

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SCULPTURE? / SCULPTURE

Artists in collaboration:

Antoinette d’Ansembourg (b. 1994, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Maxime Bondu (b. 1981, Switzerland) Lives and works in Geneva Anne Rochat (b. 1982, Switzerland) Lives and works in Lausanne Vittorio Santoro (b. 1962, Switzerland) Lives and works in Zurich Sebastian Utzni (b. 1981, Switzerland) Lives and works in Zurich

Qiu Anxiong Charbel-joseph H. Boutros Laura Kalauz Mariah Lookman Jos Näpflin Marion Richter Stéphanie Saadé Lam Tung Pang Adam Vačkář João Vasco Paiva Andreas Waldmeier Samson Young

Curator: Angelo Romano

Counter Space will be showing works with a different approach to sculpture, waving a sculptural narrative between each work. Visitors will be entering a visual discourse, ranging between works of a permanent state or physicality and other, more ‘unstable’ states. These can be everyday objects that do not exist for any prescribed purpose, raising questions of functionality and aesthetics. Sometimes the obvious serves as an impediment to our ability to discern subtleties that confront us with our abbreviated thoughts.

Zurich www.counterspace.ch Director: Angelo Romano

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Vittorio Santoro, Plateau (Antiméridien / Postméridien), 2016 four one colour screen prints on a copper plate mounted on wood, African mask, 115 x 115 x 1 cm, © the artist

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DAMIEN & THE LOVE GURU

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Aisha Christison (b. 1989, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Brussels Margarita Maximova (b. 1990, Russia) Lives and works in Berlin Jasmin Werner (b. 1987, Germany) Lives and works in Cologne

Christiane Blattmann Jannis Marwitz George Rippon Sharon Van Overmeiren

Christison’s paintings are as much an abstract portrait of colour as they are a figurative still life. The imagery she employs are interwoven fragments of her personal history, portrayed in a way that is saccharine and obscured by memory using a visual language made possible by digital technology yet also shows its roots in European postexpressionism. Margarita Maximova’s video practice incorporates modes of thought about language, the collective memory and digital as well as geographic displacement. Maximova analyses psychological and emotional concepts and investigates how the difference between the personal and the public becomes blurred and constantly needs to be redefined in the present-day. Jasmin Werner perceives skilled work and craft as a reference system, alluding to traditions and stories that are connected to the objects and their making. A collective memory is being addressed through a knowledge which is shared. The space designed by Parasite 2.0 for this occasion will be a reflection on alienating spaces.

Brussels www.damienandtheloveguru.com Director: Priya Shetty

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Margarita Maximova, Range Of Clues, 2019 video, Š the artist and Damien & The Love Guru

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FREEDMAN FITZPATRICK

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Mathis Altmann (b. 1987, Germany) Lives and works in Los Angeles Vittorio Brodmann (b. 1988, Switzerland) Lives and works in Berlin Matthew Lutz-Kinoy (b. 1983, United States of America) Lives and works in Paris Jill Mulleady (b. 1980, Uruguay) Lives and works in Los Angeles Alexandra Noel (b. 1989, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles Nicolas Roggy (b. 1982, France) Lives and works in Paris Lucie Stahl (b. 1977, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin

Cooper Jacoby Shimabuku Stefan Tcherepnin Amelie von Wulffen Hannah Weinberger Phillip Zach

Freedman Fitzpatrick was founded in 2013 in Los Angeles by Alex Freedman and Robbie Fitzpatrick. The gallery expanded to Paris in early 2018. The Freedman Fitzpatrick programme is inspired by the poetics of daily life, and features artists from the United States, Asia, South America and Europe. Freedman Fitzpatrick has presented many of their gallery artists’ first gallery exhibitions in both the United States and in France.

Los Angeles  Paris www.freedmanfitzpatrick.com Directors: Robbie Fitzpatrick, Alex Freedman

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Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, The Meadow, 2013 acrylic on unprimed canvas, 275 x 670 cm, © Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles/Paris

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HIGH ART

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Bradley Kronz (b. 1986, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Alan Michael (b. 1967, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London

Olga Balema Matt Copson Keith Farquhar Aaron Garber-Maikovska Tom Humphreys Cooper Jacoby Valerie Keane Nina Könnemann Bradley Kronz Mélanie Matranga Alan Michael Pentti Monkkonen John Russell Max Hooper Schneider Dena Yago Nathan Zeidman

High Art was born in 2013 from a shared interest in creating a gallery that would merge distinct points of view that relate to advanced practices that are significant to current paradigms in contemporary art. Since its inception, High Art has provided an economic and logistic framework for artists by re-examining established modes of art commerce and production, while taking an expanding field of art into account.

Paris www.highart.fr Directors: Romain Chenais, Jason Hwang, Philippe Joppin

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Alan Michael, Untitled, 2018 silkscreen and acrylic on canvas, 86 x 68 cm

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LA MAISON DE RENDEZ-VOUS

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Artists at the fair LAMBDALAMBDALAMBDA: Hana Miletić (b. 1982, Croatia) Lives and works in Brussels LULU: Michael Berryhill (b. 1972, United States of America) Lives and works in Brooklyn and New York MISAKO&ROSEN: Yui Yaegashi (b. 1985, Japan) Lives and works in Tokyo PARK VIEW/PAUL SOTO: Autumn Ramsey (b. 1976, United States of America) Lives and works in Chicago

Brussels www.lamaisonderendezvous.com Directors: Chris Sharp, Paul Soto, Isabella Ritter & Katharina Schendl, Misako & Jeffrey Rosen

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upper left: Autumn Ramsey, Stripes, 2019 oil on canvas, 76.5 x 61 cm, courtesy of Park View/Paul Soto, Los Angeles upper right: Hana Miletić, Materials, 2019 hand-woven textile, berry-coloured cotton, red beet-coloured linen and viscose and avocado-coloured cotton and polyester, 26 x 13 x 1 cm, courtesy of the artist and LambdaLambdaLambda, Prishtina lower left: Yui Yaegashi, Purple stripes, 2018 oil on canvas, 24.3 x 16 cm, courtesy of MISAKO&ROSEN, Tokyo lower right: Michael Berryhill, Grotto, 2018 oil on linen, 96.52 x 76.2 cm, courtesy of Lulu, Mexico City

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PAID BY THE ARTIST Artist at the fair Yannick Ganseman (b. 1984, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp

‘Paid by the artist’ is a gallery created for Art Brussels and set up by Simon Delobel. He recently decided to put an end to five years of trampoline gallery in order to create new galleries from scratch for each new exhibition project. In doing so, he comments on branding strategies and creates new gallery identities in accordance to the exhibited work. The artist is key as the gallery is aligned with his/her vision and not the other way around.

Antwerp www.paidbytheartist.com Director: Simon Delobel

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Yannick Ganseman, Dinner, 2014 painted clay and wood, 23,5 x 33 x 23 cm, © Paid by the artist

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WEISS FALK

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Laura Langer (b. 1986, Argentina) Lives and works in Berlin

Tina Braegger TimothĂŠe Calame Mathis Gasser Veit Laurent Kurz Daniele Milvio Sveta Mordovskaya David Weiss Urban Zellweger

Weiss Falk is showing recent works by Laura Langer. The series of paintings presented at Art Brussels include printed photographs adhered directly to large, square, monochrome canvases. Langer manipulates a single scene fragmented by a camera frame and overlays it with acrylic medium. Across the composite paintings an arc emerges, visible within a cloud formation. At different scales, the shapes of objects are reflected in one another: the membrane of an animal cell finds equivalence in the curvature of the earth.

Basel www.weissfalk.com Directors: Oskar Weiss, Oliver Falk

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Laura Langer, The World is Round, 2018 acrylic, print on paper and acrylic medium on canvas, 200 x 200 cm each, © the Artist and Weiss Falk

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05 Selected Galleries


10 CHANCERY LANE

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Bùi Công Khánh (b. 1972, Vietnam) Lives and works in Hoian

anothermountainman Atul Dodiya Aung Myat Htay Chan Dany Chi Qun Dinh Q. Lê Frog King Kwok (Kwok Mang Ho) Gu Benchi Maya Hewitt Htein Lin Huang Rui Hung Liu Jiang Weitao Carol Lee Liu Wentao Li Wei Liu Heung Shing Ma Desheng Manit Sriwanichpoom Mei Kuen Muchen and Shaoyinong Pan Jian The Propeller Group Rong Rong and Inri Moe Satt Michael Shaowanasai Shi Guorui Tuan Andrew Nguyen Vu Dan Tan Wang Keping Yang Zhichao John Young Zhang Xuerui

Since 2001, 10 Chancery Lane Gallery has explored both emerging and historically important movements in art in the Asia Pacific region. The gallery is committed to playing a major role in documenting the development of art in the Asia Pacific by consistently holding survey exhibitions, by country or theme, of both emerging and mid-career artists, talks and forums, and by publishing books that bring together the individual historical contexts of the artists with the development of the arts in Asia.

Hong Kong www.10chancerylanegallery.com Director: Katie de Tilly

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Bùi Công Khánh, Northern Heritage, 2018 hand-carved Jackfruit wood, 210 x 189 x 5 cm, © the artist and 10 Chancery Lane Gallery

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10 CHANCERY LANE Artist at the fair Bùi Công Khánh (b. 1972, Vietnam) Lives and works in Hoian

Vietnamese artist Bùi Công Khánh’s solo project Porcelain Medals and Jackfruit Wood Grenades: The American War in Vietnam, curated by Iola Lenzi. Ended in 1975, the Vietnam war was reaching far beyond Asia, it defined Cold-War geopolitics of the second half of the 20th century. The conflict has frequently been examined from a non-Vietnamese perspective, and in Vietnam the war’s official evaluation is coloured by national ideology. Bùi Công Khánh was born and grew up in Danang, and his father was called-up by the South Vietnamese Army. Being from Central Vietnam, Khánh endorses neither the north’s nor south’s wartime position, and rather has a pan-Vietnam lens on continuing tensions between north and south. Bùi Công Khánh examined this topic with monumental and exquisite works in porcelain and intricately carved jackfruit wood.

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Bùi Công Khánh, Four Methological Creatures, 2018 porcelain, hand-painted, 182 x 50 cm, © the artist and 10 Chancery Lane Gallery

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418 GALLERY

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Diet Sayler (b. 1939, Romania) Lives and works in Nuremberg

Maria M. Bordeanu Stefan Radu Cretu Adriana Elian Sorel Etrog Vincentiu Grigorescu Simon Iurino Andrej Jemec Albert Kaan Adina Mocanu Edo Murtic Romul Nutiu Cristian Raduta Petrica Stefan

As a young artist in the Romanian neo-avant-garde of the 1960s, Diet Sayler rejected the official social realist art of the communist regime. In the 1970s, he constructed Kinetic Rooms, transposing ideas of Concrete Art and Constructivist painting into space. From the 1980s onwards he rarefied these ideas, making spatial interventions of repeated patterns onto existing architecture. Sayler became an international voice in Concrete, Minimal and Conceptual Art. 418GALLERY was founded in Bucharest in 2008. Since 2017 the gallery has its headquarters in Cetate and became the first rural gallery in Romania. Cetate is a generous exhibition- and workspace for our young cutting-edge artists who experiment there freely with installations, sculptures, kinetic and land art. The gallery has also intensively been dedicated to the survey of Romanian and Eastern European Post-war artists working in Abstract Expressionism, Geometric Abstraction, Minimal Art and the materiality of the canvas. 418Gallery and the Joana Grevers Foundation organise every summer the Cetate Arts Danube Residency, a workshop for Romanian and international artists.

Cetate Munich www.418gallery.com Director: Dr. Dr. Joana Grevers

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REDISCOVERY


Diet Sayler, Malstück 5, 1992 acrylic on canvas on wood, 149 x 171 x 5,5 cm, © Diet Sayler

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ACB GALLERY

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Imre Bak (b. 1939, Hungary) Lives and works in Budapest

Gábor Altorjay Róbert Batykó Igor and Ivan Buharov Máté Dobokay Marcell Esterházy István Felsmann Árpád fenyvesi Tóth Ferenc Ficzek Kendell Geers Gábor Gerhes Ferenc Gróf Péter Tamás Halász Tamás Hencze Károly Hopp-Halász Csaba Kis Róka Károly Kismányoky Tamás Komoróczky Klára Kuchta Katalin Ladik Ferenc Lantos Mladen Miljanović Katalin Nádor Gyula Pauer Gábor Roskó Selma Selman Tilo Schulz Katarina Šević Société Réaliste Péter Szalay Péter Szarka Kálmán Szijártó Bálint Szombathy Hajnalka Tarr Tehnica Schweiz Endre Tót Csaba Uglár Tibor Várnagy Gyula Várnai János Vető NahTe

Imre Bak is a key figure in Hungarian art and a significant representative of East European Geometric Abstraction. acb’s presentation includes major paintings from the first three decades of Bak’s work, showing a consistent development of an artistic programme that emerged from the influences of international hard edge and Minimalist painting of the 1960s and evolved into a characteristic manifestation of post-painterly abstraction dealing with the themes of representation, space and the boundaries of painting.

Budapest www.acbgaleria.hu Director: Gábor Pados

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REDISCOVERY


Imre Bak, Triangle-Cross, 1979 acrylic on chipboard, 150 x 150 cm, © artist and acb Gallery

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LUIS ADELANTADO

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Yann Sérandour (b. 1974, France) Lives and works in Rennes Darío Villalba (1939-2018, Spain)

Irma Álvarez-Laviada Cheng Ting-Ting Folkert de Jong Marius Engh Fuentesal & Arenillas Camila Oliveira Fairclough Rubén Guerrero Lamarche-Ovize Álex Marco Mathieu Mercier Priscilla Monge Jorge Peris

Founded in 1985 by Luis Adelantado in Valencia (Spain), the Luis Adelantado Gallery has since its beginning focused on the promotion of contemporary art. Prominent national and international artists have been part of the gallery during all these years. In 2012, Olga Adelantado assumes the artistic direction and a new project of the Valencian gallery. Within this new project, dialogues and cross lectures are created between artists of different generations enhancing the curatorial and conceptual discourse.

Valencia Mexico www.luisadelantadovlc.com Director: Olga Adelantado

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Yann Sérandour, Refolded to Redress, 2019 inkjet print on 42 g kozo paper, oak box frame, 81 x 54 cm, © Yann Sérandour

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ADN GALERIA

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Carlos Aires (b. 1974, Spain) Lives and works in Madrid DEMOCRACIA (est. 2006) Live and work in Madrid Mounir Fatmi (b. 1970, Morroco) Lives and works in Paris and Tanger Kendell Geers (b. 1968, South Africa) Lives and works in Brussels Margaret Harrison (b. 1940, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Carlisle and San Francisco Eugenio Merino (b. 1975, Spain) Lives and works in Madrid Avelino Sala (b. 1972, Spain.) Lives and works in Barcelona and Madrid

Marcos Ávila-Forero Virginie Barré Abdelkader Benchamma Tobias Bernstrup Santiago Cirugeda Jordi Colomer Domènec Igor Eskinja Daniel & Geo Fuchs Núria Güell Bouchra Khalili Adrian Melis Carlos Pazos Bruno Peinado Federico Solmi Pep Vidal

ADN Galería, founded in Barcelona in 2003, is a hybrid platform between commercial mediation and cultural contribution. Its programme focuses mainly on content-based production that is intrinsically linked to our current historical, social and artistic context. Transcending its role in the market, ADN Galería is committed to the task of building international networks of appreciation and providing a strong backing for the artists it represents.

Barcelona  Sant Cugat del Vallès www.adngaleria.com Director: Miguel Angel Sánchez

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Carlos Aires, Reflections in a Golden Eye, 2018 UVI print on inox metal gold finishing, varnish, paint, black polycarbonate hanging pieces, magnets, screws, 190 x 150 x 7 cm courtesy of the artist and ADN Galeria

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HANS ALF

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Armin Boehm (b. 1972, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin Erik August Frandsen (b. 1957, Denmark) Lives and works in Copenhagen

Per Morten Abrahamsen Christian Achenbach Anders Brinch Frank Fischer Louise Hindsgavl Natasha Kissell Mie Olise Kjærgaard Carl Krull Christian Lemmerz Anders ‘SCRMN’ Meisner David Minarik Russell Nachman Balder Olrik Fredrik Raddum Henrik Saxgren Morten Schelde Jørgen Haugen Sørensen

Hans Alf Gallery was founded in 2006 and started out in the meatpacking district of Copenhagen alongside acclaimed galleries Bo Bjerggaard and V1, before moving to the more established art district in the city centre in 2012. Hans Alf Gallery represents a select group of contemporary Danish and International artists, whose works span a variety of traditions, media and modes of expression. The main focus, though, is on classical oil painting, largescale drawings and sculpture.

Copenhagen hansalf.com Directors: Hans Alf, Asger B. Nielsen

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Armin Boehm, Maps of Meaning, 2019 oil and fabrics on canvas, 175 x 155 cm, © Armin Boehm

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ALTHUIS HOFLAND

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Tahmina Negmat (b. 1994, Russia) Lives and works in London Hannah Perry (b. 1984, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Waldemar Zimbelmann (b. 1984, Kazakhstan) Lives and works in Karlsruhe

Marliz Frencken Jasper Hagenaar Duncan Hannah Julius Hofmann Jan Knap Bart Kok Jay Miriam Jan Pleitner Tanja Ritterbex Isabel Yellin Julie Verhoeven

Althuis Hofland Fine Arts (AHFA) opened its doors in September 2018, founded by Ornis Althuis (former director of Ornis A. Gallery) and Jeanine Hofland, who had an internationally acclaimed experimental gallery in Amsterdam from 2010 to 2016. AHFA merges Althuis’ and Hofland’s previous programmes, with a strong focus on intuitive, autobiographical and off-the-grid practices. Underneath the main space is The Gemma, the gallery’s project space.

Amsterdam www.althuishofland.com Directors: Jeanine Hofland, Ornis Althuis

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DISCOVERY


Waldemar Zimbelmann, Untitled, 2019 acrylic and colored pencil on paper, 42 x 30 cm, © Althuis Hofland Fine Arts & the artist

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PIERO ATCHUGARRY

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Yuken Teruya (b. 1973, Okinawa) Lives and works in Berlin

Pablo Atchugarry Artur Lescher Riccardo de Marchi Tulio Pinto Arcangelo Sassolino Veronica Vazquez

Piero Atchugarry Gallery in Garzón, Uruguay and Miami, Florida is proud to feature European and South American artists of Geometric Abstraction and Optical Art.

Miami Garzón www.pieroatchugarry.com Director: Piero Atchugarry

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Yuken Teruya, Central Park South, 2017 cut paper and pins on foam, 80 x 40 x 4 cm, © @yukenteruya

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BARONIAN XIPPAS

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Alain Biltereyst (b. 1965, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Stéphane Dafflon (b. 1972, Switzerland) Lives and works in Geneva Robert Devriendt (b. 1955, Belgium) Lives and works in Bruges Olaf Holzapfel (b. 1969, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin Vik Muniz (b. 1961, Brazil) Lives and works in New York Tony Oursler (b. 1957, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Charles Sandison (b. 1969, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Tampere Michael Scott (b. 1958, United States of America) Lives and works in New York James Siena (b. 1957, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Helmut Stallaerts (b. 1982, Belgium) Lives and works in Lennik Takis (b. 1925, Greece) Lives and works in Athens Achraf Touloub (b. 1986, Morocco) Lives and works in Paris Leen Voet (b. 1971, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Gilberto Zorio (b. 1944, Italy) Lives and works in Turin Yves Zurstrassen (b. 1956, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels

Darren Almond Jean Bedez Aline Bouvy David Brognon & Stéphanie Rollin Marie José Burki André Butzer Wang Du Lionel Estève Michel Frère Mekhitar Garabedian Alberto García-Alix Gilbert & George Robert Irwin Chris Johanson Vera Lutter Joseph Marioni Éric Poitevin Ry Rocklen Yvan Salomone Bruno Serralongue Marc Trivier Leen Voet Dan Walsh Stanley Whitney Robert Wilson Thomas Zipp

Art dealers Albert Baronian and Renos Xippas are teaming together to found Baronian Xippas, a new gallery in Brussels. Located in the former space of Albert Baronian, the gallery is a unique collaboration between two major figures in the contemporary art gallery world. They combine the strengths of 80 years of experience and expertise in the art world, based on a common vision, shared values and a belief in adopting an open, human and accessible approach.

Brussels www.baronianxippas.com Directors: Albert Baronian, Renos Xippas

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Vik Muniz, Metachrome (Broadway Boogie Woogie, after Piet Mondrian), 2016 archival pigment print, 160 x 167 cm, © Vik Muniz

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BASE-ALPHA

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Nadia Naveau (b. 1975, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp

Geoffrey de Beer Michèle Matyn Denie Put Lieven Segers Katleen Vinck Suse Weber

Base-Alpha Gallery opened in 2007 with the aim of showing and promoting contemporary art by young Belgian and international artists who have a clear link to the local art scene. With somewhat of a risktaking approach to curating, the gallery distinguishes itself through hardnosed commitment, its artist programme, as well as its artist-curated series of shows. Located in Borgerhout, the gallery has carved out a name for itself as a space of forward-thinking, subversive art.

Antwerp www.basealphagallery.com Director: Bart Vanderbiesen

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Nadia Naveau, Les Mamelles de Tirésias, 2018 mixed media, 150 x 150 x 210 cm, © We Document Art

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BASE-ALPHA Artist at the fair Nadia Naveau (b. 1975) Lives and works in Antwerp

In her sculptural collages, detached elements from art history and cartoons overlap and seemingly accidentally come together until the pieces literally fall into place. With an ever peering eye for color, texture and composition, she sculpts our perception. Her FingerspitzengefĂźhl and spy eye mingle with reference-carrying elements, until these constructions and dense figures are able to stand by themselves. The creation process seems elongated in the viewer, who remains puzzled and surprised seeing technical skill borrowing its hands to strong intuition. The pedestal often functions as a decorative support for a sculpture, Naveau elevates it to being part of the work or she pushes it even further with sculptures that embody their own background.

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Nadia Naveau, All Things Must Pass, 2018 ceramics, 160 x 180 x 230 cm, © We Document Art

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GALLERY BATON

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Bae Yoon Hwan * (b. 1983, South Korea) Lives and works in Seoul Bin Woo Hyuk (b. 1981, South Korea) Lives and works in Berlin Liam Gillick (b. 1964, United Kingdom) Lives and works in New York Hoh Woo Jung (b. 1987, South Korea) Lives and works in Seoul Kim Sang Gyun (b. 1967, South Korea) Lives and works in Jinju Koh San Keum (b. 1966, South Korea) Lives and works in Seoul Djordje Ozbolt (b. 1967, Yugoslavia) Lives and works in London Hugh Scott-Douglas (b. 1988, United Kingdom) Lives and works in New York Koen van den Broek (b. 1973, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Yoon Suk One (b. 1983, South Korea) Lives and works in Seoul

Anna Han Chung Chi Yung David O’Kane Germaine Kruip Jinnie Seo Marcin Maciejowski Max Frisinger Peter Stichbury Philippe Vandenberg Rosa Loy Suzanne Song Stef Driesen

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52

Gallery Baton has steadily established itself as one of the most influential contemporary art galleries in Korea. Founded in 2011, the gallery strives to promote diversity by highlighting established artists and introducing emerging artists onto the world stage. Its pristine aesthetic and curatorial programme create outstanding exhibitions that reflect noteworthy trends in contemporary art. The gallery also runs two alternative spaces dedicated to incubating young talents and re-evaluating under-represented artists. Chapter II, a nonprofit program, provides studio spaces, curatorial support and exhibition opportunities while the Observation Deck serves as a venue for video-based and new media works.

Seoul www.gallerybaton.com Director: James Jeon

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Hoh Woo Jung, Hard to See, 2018 oil, pencil on canvas, 112 x 112 cm, courtesy of Hoh Woo Jung, Gallery Baton

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BERNIER / ELIADES

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Darren Almond (b. 1971, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Louisa Clement (b. 1987, Germany) Lives and works in Bonn Gilbert & George (b. 1942 & 1943, Italy and England) Live and work in London Cameron Jamie (b. 1969, United States of America) Lives and works in Paris Dionisis Kavallieratos (b. 1979, Athens) Lives and works in Berlin Valérie Mannaerts (b. 1974, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Marisa Merz (b. 1926, Italy) Lives and works in Turin Annette Messager (b. 1943, France) Lives and works in Malakoff Giancarlo Scaglia (b. 1981, Peru) Lives and works in Lima Helmut Stallaerts (b. 1982, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels

Mario Airò Giovanni Anselmo Michael Buthe Pier Paolo Calzolari Alan Charlton Paolo Colombo Lionel Estève Hannah Greely Elliott Hundley Stratos Kalafatis Harald Klingelhöller Jannis Kounellis Christiane Löhr Jonathan Meese Mario Merz Juan Munoz Nikos Navridis Tony Oursler Rallou Panagiotou Susan Rothenberg Ulrich Rückriem Kostas Sahpazis Charles Sandison Thomas Schütte Christiana Soulou Sue Williams Robert Wilson

Founded in Athens in 1977, the Bernier/Eliades Gallery has always been at the forefront of contemporary art in Greece. Jean Bernier and Marina Eliades have introduced a number of artistic movements such as Arte Povera, Minimalism, Land Art and Conceptual Art to the Greek public, also focusing on young American and European artists. In addition to their gallery in Athens, Marina Eliades and Jean Bernier decided to open a new space in Brussels, in April 2016.

Athens Brussels www.bernier-eliades.com Directors: Jean Bernier, Marina Eliades

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Marisa Merz, Untitled, 2009 mixed media on paper mounted on plywood, 70 x 125 x 5 cm, © Boris Kirpotin

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BLAIN I SOUTHERN

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Jonas Burgert (b. 1969, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin Jake & Dinos Chapman (b. 1966 & 1962, United Kingdom) Live and work in London Mat Collishaw (b. 1966, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Rachel Howard (b. 1969, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Gloucestershire François Morellet (1926-2016, France) Sean Scully (b. 1945, Ireland) Lives and works in New York Chiharu Shiota (b. 1972, Japan) Lives and works in Berlin Yinka Shonibare MBE (b. 1962, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Bill Viola (b. 1951, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles Lawrence Weiner (b. 1942, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

Avigdor Arikha Agathe de Bailliencourt Ali Banisadr Marius Bercea Lynn Chadwick Francesco Clemente Amy Feldman Michael Joo Edward & Nancy Kienholz Joanna Kirk Abdoulaye Konaté Moshekwa Langa Enrique Martínez Celaya Harland Miller Ed Moses Fujiko Nakaya Pietro Ruffo Michael Simpson Joan Snyder Bosco Sodi Henning Strassburger Frank Thiel Liliane Tomasko Nasan Tur Bernar Venet Jeroen Verhoeven Tim Noble & Sue Webster Wim Wenders James White Sislej Xhafa Gilberto Zorio

Blain | Southern was founded in 2010 by Harry Blain and Graham Southern. It occupies two gallery spaces in London and Berlin and represents an expanding roster of international artists and several artists’ estates. Over the past 8 years, the gallery has established a strong, artist-led exhibition programme, exhibiting pioneering new work by contemporary artists as well as, on occasion, placing focus on significant 20th Century artists or art historical movements.

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London Berlin New York www.blainsouthern.com Directors: Harry Blain, Graham Southern, Elena Bonanno di Linguaglossa, Laetitia Catoir, Michelle D’Souza, Deanna Leontieva, Charles Saumarez Smith and Adrian Sutton

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François Morellet, π Pixels 1=3° hybride, 2009 acrylic on canvas on wood, 100 x 100 cm / 39⅜ x 39⅜ in, courtesy of the Artist and Blain | Southern, photo: Todd White Art Documentation

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THOMAS BRAMBILLA

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Lynda Benglis (b. 1941, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Ron Gorchov (b. 1939, United States of America) Lives and works in Chicago David Novros (b. 1941, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Joe Zucker (b. 1941, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

Marco Cingolani Oscar Giaconia Ron Gorchov Thomas Helbig Simon Linke Anatoly Osmolovsky Edoardo Piermattei Klaus Rinke Erik Saglia

Thomas Brambilla Gallery was founded with the specific aim of presenting artists engaged in an artistic pursuit that alters language and form, communicating with the latter and with innovative cultural topics. The gallery’s choices reveal a dialogue between artists of different ages and education. The radicality, both formal and existential, of masters Lynda Benglis, Simon Linke, David Novros and Ron Gorchov meets the linguistic instances of younger artists, such as Oscar Giaconia and Marco Cingolani.

Bergamo www.thomasbrambilla.com Director: Thomas Brambilla

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Lynda Benglis, Untitled, 2018 green of Guatemala marble, 67 x 32 x 39 cm approx., © the Artist and Thomas Brambilla gallery

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BRAVERMAN GALLERY a.10 PRIME

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Bracha L. Ettinger (b. 1948, Israel) Lives and works in Tel Aviv and Paris Nancy Haynes (b. 1947, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Reuven Israel (b. 1978, Israel) Lives and works in New York Ari Benjamin Meyers (b. 1972, United States of America) Lives and works in Berlin Robin Rhode (b. 1976, South Africa) Lives and works in Berlin

David Adika Ilit Azoulay Biljana Djurdjevic Roy Efrat Nezaket Ekici Oren Eliav Leandro Erlich Katharina Gaenssler Tommy Hartung Dana Levy Shahar Marcus Nira Pereg Gilad Ratman Assaf Shaham Grazia Toderi Summer Wheat Anna Yam Mark Yashaev Dor Zlekha Levy

Established in 2004, Braverman Gallery is a leading member of the contemporary art scene in Tel Aviv, specialising in video-art and installations. The gallery promotes Israeli and international artists, and seeks to bring their work to a broad audience worldwide.

Tel Aviv www.bravermangallery.com Directors: Yaffa Braverman, Adi Gura

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Bracha L. Ettinger, Rachel Pieta Medusa 3, 2015-2018 oil on canvas, 41 x 30 cm

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CALLEWAERT VANLANGENDONCK

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Guy Vandenbranden (1926-2014, Belgium)

Guillaume Bijl Pol Bury Jan Cox Gilbert Decock Jo Delahaut Jan Dries Walter Leblanc Jef Meyer Luc Peire Roger Raveel Jean Rets Jan Saverys Timothy Segers Gilbert Swimberghe Serge Vandercam Paul Van Hoeydonck Daems van Remoortere Jef Verheyen Mark Verstockt

The gallery manages the artist estate of Guy Vandenbranden (19262014), and aims to promote his oeuvre at the national and international level. From 1954 on, Vandenbranden’s works were all geometrically abstract. He practiced this visual language consistently until his death in 2014, making him one of the most important and consistent representatives of the second generation of (Belgian) abstract artists. Guy Vandenbranden exhibited regularly for more than sixty years in Belgium, Europe and the U.S. Callewaert Vanlangendonck Gallery, founded in 2012 in Antwerp, Belgium, displays lyrical and geometrically abstract artists from the following groups: Cobra, Art Abstrait, Art Construit, Formes, G58, the New Flemish School and the ZERO movement and contemporary artists in line with this visual language.

Antwerp www.callewaert-vanlangendonck.com Directors: Yoeri Vanlangendonck, Brecht Callewaert

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Guy Vandenbranden, Composition, 1967 celluloid on panel, 73 x 61 cm, © Callewaert Vanlangendonck Gallery

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CATINCA TABACARU

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Rachel Monosov (b. 1987, Russia) Lives and works in Berlin

Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels Joe Brittain Capucine Gros Admire Kamudzengerere Mehryl Levisse Shinji Murakami Terrence Musekiwa Yapci Ramos Xavier Robles De Medina Justin Orvis Steimer Gail Stoicheff

Catinca Tabacaru represents 13 artists from 5 continents. The gallery takes a nuanced and empathetic approach to projects, gravitating towards art that impacts the self and society. We support authenticity and fearlessness, championing work that celebrates the deepening of voices over time. Catinca Tabacaru runs two spaces, in New York City (est. 2014) and Harare (est. 2017). We designed and built the gallery in Zimbabwe, and now operate an exhibition programme and annual residency together with Dzimbanhete Arts Interactions.

New York  Harare www.catincatabacaru.com Director: Catinca Tabacaru

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Rachel Monosov, Forced (detail), 2018 photography, 66 x 34 cm, © Rachel Monosov

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Pierre Buraglio (b. 1939, France) Lives and works in Paris Mounir Fatmi * (b. 1970, Morocco) Lives and works in Paris & Tangier Daniel Firman (b. 1966, France) Lives and works in Lyon Sadie Laska (b. 1974, United States of America) Lives and works in New York ORLAN (b. 1947, France) Lives and works in Paris Aurélie Pétrel ** (b. 1980, France) Lives and works in Paris and Geneva Florian Pugnaire & David Raffini (b. 1980 & 1982, France) Live and work in Brussels Lionel Sabatté (b. 1975, France) Lives and works in Paris and Los Angeles Mitja Tušek (b. 1961, Slovenia) Lives and works in Brussels Bernar Venet (b. 1941, France) Lives and works in New York and Paris Claude Viallat (b. 1936, France) Lives and works in Nimes

André-Pierre Arnal Trudy Benson Robert Brandy Louis Cane Denis Castellas Franck Chalendard Max Charvolen Marc Devade Erik Dietman Noël Dolla Joe Fyfe Toni Grand Chris Hood Rémy Jacquier Lauren Luloff Jean Messagier Jean-Michel Meurice Nicolas Momein Alexander Nolan Ronald Ophuis Bernard Pagès Roland Quetsch Patrick Saytour André Valensi Adrien Vescovi Wallace Whitney Jesse Willenbring David Wolle

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52 ** participating in the exhibition MONUMENTAL SCULPTURES, see p. 48

Founded in Saint-Étienne in 2006 by François Ceysson and Loïc Bénétière, the gallery is now based in Luxembourg, Paris and New York. The gallery represents the French Supports/Surfaces movement, as well as international artists as Sadie Laska, Florian Pugnaire & David Raffini, Mounir Fatmi, Aurélie Pétrel, Bernard Venet and more.

Paris Luxembourg New York Saint Étienne  www.ceyssonbenetiere.com  Directors: Loïc Garrier, Maëlle Ebelle, Ellie Rines

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Mounir Fatmi, The Paradoxe, 2013 machine in steel, arabic calligraphy, engine, 100 x 115 x 75 cm, © Marc Domage, courtesy of Ceysson & Bénétière

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Artist at the fair Roland Quetsch (b. 1979, Luxembourg) Lives and works in Luxembourg

Roland Quetsch’s specific interest is engaged with the notion of the gallery booth. He will therefore not only place objects in the booth space, but bring specific constructions that will form an ensemble in combination with the booth. The combination/assemblage of cuttings on the walls of the gallery booth and painted objects created beforehand will be one. This specific project started with an intimate dialogue with Gordon Matta-Clark’s work. Quetsch wanted his own work to connect – more conceptually than formally – to Matta-Clark’s.

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Roland Quetsch, IF503833, 2017 wood, fabric, epoxy resins, 46 x 28 x 30 cm, © Studio Villaggi, courtesy Ceysson & Bénétière

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GALERIE CHARLOT

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Manfred Mohr (b. 1938, Germany) Lives and works in New York

Thomas Israël Eduardo Kac Anne-Sarah Le Meur Mikhail Margolis Laurent Mignonneau & Christa Sommerer Zaven Paré Quayola Antoine Schmitt Flavien Théry Eric Vernhes

Manfred Mohr is a pioneer of digital art. Encouraged by computer music composer Pierre Barbaud, in 1969, he turned to geometry and algorithms and began to make computer drawings with a plotter machine. Since then, Manfred Mohr has been working exclusively with computers, developing algorithms that give shape to his visual ideas. Galerie Charlot presents a selection of Manfred Mohr’s plotter drawings from 1970 to 1984 and a recently digitized algorithmic film from 1973, Cubic Limit.

Paris  Tel Aviv – Yafo www.galeriecharlot.com Director: Valérie Hasson-Benillouche

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Manfred Mohr, P-071, 1970 plotter drawing, ink on tracing paper, 37,5 x 45 cm, courtesy of Galerie Charlot

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CHOI&LAGER

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Jenny Brosinski (b. 1984, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin

Johnny Abrahams Nicolas Baier Hyunjin Bek Andreas Blank Sen Chung Patrick Coutu Kim Eull Daniel Firman Dale Lewis Bernhard Martin Scott Mcfarland Gorka Mohamed Helena Parada Kim Jan-Ole Schiemann Matthew Stone Yu Jinyoung Rose Wylie

In February 2018, Choi&Lager Gallery celebrated the opening of its new space in Seoul’s gallery rich Jongno district area moving on from our previous space in the Gangnam. This new Korean office and exhibition space is a natural progression for cofounders Sunhee Choi and Jari Lager following the successes of Choi&Lager Gallery, Cologne, which the long-term partners have run alongside director Jinhee Choi since 2012. The gallery unites German, Asian and international artists at different stages in their career, working in a variety of media. What they share is an attitude to experiment, encapsulating a whole spectrum of ideas from fields of art history, media theory, politics, literature and culture.

Cologne Seoul www.choiandlager.com Directors: Sunhee Choi & Jari Lager

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Jenny Brosinski, Catch me if you can, at Choi&Lager Gallery, Seoul, © the artist and Choi&Lager Gallery

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CHOI&LAGER Artist at the fair Jenny Brosinski (b. 1984, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin

Brosinski’s work is process-based and minimalistic while being deeply personal, a reflection of herself; her actions, thoughts, feelings. She ‘lives’ with her works in the studio developing the paintings until they have nothing left to say, making the works complete. Brosinski strives for absolute spontaneity in her work.
‘I want to loose control.’ She distances herself from traditional painting techniques and mediums through bleaching, staining, washing, drying, spraying, and marking her canvases.

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Jenny Brosinski, Hope is no mistake, 2019 oil, spray paint, charcoal, olive oil on sewn canvas, 200 x 250 cm, courtesy of the artist and Choi&Lager Gallery, Cologne/ Seoul

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CINNNAMON DIVISION OF LABOUR

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Priscila Fernandes (b. 1981, Portugal) Lives and works in Rotterdam Indrikis Gelzis (b. 1988, Latvia) Lives and works in Antwerp and Riga Lilian Kreutzberger (b. 1984, Netherlands) Lives and works in The Hague

CINNNAMON: Jakup Auce by John Gillis Frido Evers Johanne Hestvold Sarah-Jane Hoffmann Lars Morell Just Quist Robert Roest Theis Wendt Yannick Val Gesto Filip Vervaet * Sarah & Charles

* participating in the exhibition MONUMENTAL SCULPTURES, see p. 48

The notions of the modern, modernity, and modernism defined the 20th century and still cast a shadow over the present. How does a young generation of artists, born in the 1980s, deal with this (artistic) legacy? In our presentation at Art Brussels, we bring together three artists who incorporate the legacy of ‘the historical modern’. CINNNAMON was established in Rotterdam, in 2015. Central to the programme are positions that critically reflect on the contemporary human condition. The artists of the gallery express their ideas as functioning within broader – philosophical and historical – contexts, while maintaining a strong visual output. Division of Labour, founded in 2012, is located in Manchester. The main focus of the gallery is to work with artists who follow themes concerned with production, labour, and collaboration and who are interested in ideas formed from the social, political and economic structures that surround them.

Rotterdam  Salford (Manchester) www.cinnnamon.com www.divisionoflabour.co.uk Directors: Pieter Dobbelsteen, Nathaniel Pitt

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Division of Labour: Matthew Cornford Yelena Popova Jasleen Kaur Salius Leonavicius The Artist Taxi Driver Tom Russotti Gavin Wade Celine Berger Sam Curtis Andrew Lacon Cornford & Cross


Indrikis Gelzis, 90 - 60 - 90, 2018 flat steel, roundsteel, black polyethene, 150 x 100 x 6 cm, © the artist and CINNNAMON, Rotterdam

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CONRADI

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Yann-Vari Schubert (b. 1984, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin

Katja Aufleger Thomas Baldischwyler Suse Bauer Cordula Ditz Philip Gaisser Balz Isler Thomas Jeppe Sven Neygenfind Tintin Patrone Alice Peragine Andrzej Steinbach Steffen Zillig

Yann-Vari Schubert manipulates technical manufacturing processes to lend his pictorial products a physical presence informed not only by the digital input, but also by the physical properties of the specific material he works with. Interface designs that facilitate intuitive use suggest that a utopian vision of cybernetics has become reality. But the ideal of the harmonious coexistence of man, nature and machine contrasts with the growing regimentation of the circumstances of our lives by algorithmic structures.

Hamburg www.galerie-conradi.de Directors: Elena & Heiner Conradi

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Yann-Vari Schubert, Untitled (Spline #1), 2017 chalk on blackboard (enamel), Alu-Dibond, 100 x 75 cm, © Yann-Vari Schubert & Conradi

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CØPPERFIELD

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Shahpour Pouyan (b. 1979, Iran) Lives and works in New York

Larry Achiampong Ewa Axelrad Jane Bustin Tom Dale Marco Godoy Darren Harvey-Regan Littlewhitehead Ella Littwitz Alastair Mackie Ra di Martino David Rickard Oscar Santillan Eric Van Hove

Housed in an architecturally re-purposed former religious building just south of the Tate Modern, Copperfield London engages with emerging and established artists from around the world. Directed by William Lunn, the gallery focuses on multidisciplinary artists with multi-media practices. Now in its fourth year, the gallery represents fourteen internationally exhibited artists – Rä di Martino, Eric van Hove, Marco Godoy, Darren Harvey-Regan, Tom Dale, David Rickard, littlewhitehead, Jane Bustin, Alastair Mackie and Shahpour Pouyan.

London www.copperfieldgallery.com Director: William Lunn

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Shahpour Pouyan, After: ‘Portrait of Fath Ali Shah Qajar’, 2018 pigment, gold leaf & mixed media on Japanese rice paper, 46.5 x 31.8 cm, courtesy of the artist and Copperfield, London

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Toon Boeckmans (b. 1993, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Karl Philips (b. 1984, Belgium) Lives and works in Genk Loïc Van Zeebroek (b. 1994, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent

Isa De Leener Marco De Sanctis Maxim Frank Quinten Ingelaere Stanislas Lahaut Adam Vackar Alex Verhaest

Dauwens & Beernaert is a contemporary art gallery founded in 2015 by Laurence Dauwens and Joris Beernaert, located in a former bank building built in 1876. In the primary sector, Dauwens & Beernaert covers a broad spectrum of contemporary artistic practices, from figurative paintings to video work, and from minimalist to conceptual.

Brussels www.dauwensbeernaert.com Director: Laurence Dauwens

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Loïc Van Zeebroek, Untitled, 2018-2019 oIl on canvas, 100 x 120 cm, © Dauwens & Beernaert Gallery

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PATRICK DE BROCK

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Ethan Cook (b. 1983, Texas) Lives and works in New York

Alan Charlton Helmut Dorner Ann Edholm Günther Förg Bernard Frize Wayne Gonzales Candida Höfer Imi Knoebel Jason Martin Landon Metz Julian Opie Alessandro Raho Jessica Sanders Dan Walsh William Wegman Lawrence Weiner Terry Winters Jerry Zeniuk Heimo Zobernig

The gallery opened in Antwerp in 1991 and moved to Knokke in 1994. The programme is built around established contemporary art with a focus on abstract and conceptual painting. Over the past 28 years, Patrick De Brock Gallery has staged numerous one-man shows with relevant artists present on the international scene, including Alan Charlton, Dan Walsh, Günther Förg, Imi Knoebel, Julian Opie and Terry Winters.

Knokke www.patrickdebrock.com Directors: Patrick De Brock, Bertram De Brock

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Ethan Cook, untitled, 2018 hand woven cotton canvas, 109.2 x 119.4, © Ethan Cook Studio & Patrick De Brock Gallery

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PATRICK DE BROCK Artist at the fair Ethan Cook (b. 1983, Texas) Lives and works in New York

Using stock colours in pre-dyed cotton, Ethan Cook weaves the cotton into canvas on a four-harness floor loom. The woven canvas is then sewn together, generally creating colourfield-like abstractions. Cook’s most recent Band works use space more sculpturally, implying mass and gravity, creating spatial depth and perspective. The Bands are the most laid-bare way of presenting the canvas: widths are determined by the parameters of the loom and the bands are simply stacked without extra sewing, cutting or compositional concerns. With the Bands, colour becomes paramount, as the composition has been paired down so far. Recent solo exhibitions were held at T293, Rome (2019), Gana Art, Seoul (2018), Patrick De Brock Gallery, Knokke (2018) and Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles (2018).

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Ethan Cook, untitled, 2018 hand woven cotton canvas, 208 x 193 cm, © Ethan Cook Studio

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KRISTOF DE CLERCQ

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Johan De Wit (b. 1960, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Vicken Parsons (b. 1957, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Alberto Scodro (b. 1984, Italy) Lives and works in Vicenza and Brussels Evi Vingerling (b. 1979, The Netherlands) Lives and works in Eindhoven

Honoré ∂’O Roberta Gigante Johan Grimonprez Klaas Kloosterboer Agnes Maes Jeff McMillan Peter Morrens Thomas Müller Ronald Noorman Jürgen Partenheimer German Stegmaier Tuukka Tammisaari Nahum Tevet Awoiska van der Molen JCJ Vanderheyden

Kristof De Clercq Gallery was founded in Ghent in 2012. It promotes emerging and established European artists, as well as representing three artists’ estates. The focus is on drawing, painting and sculpture, but Kristof De Clercq Gallery also exhibits photography and video. The gallery promotes its artists internationally by way of collaborations and participations in international art fairs.

Ghent www.kristofdeclercq.com Director: Kristof De Clercq

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Vicken Parsons, Untitled, 2017 oil on wood, 21 x 25 cm, © Kristof De Clercq gallery

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KRISTOF DE CLERCQ Artist at the fair Mario De Brabandere (b. 1963, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent

After highly successful solo shows at Art Rotterdam and the Kristof De Clercq Gallery in Ghent in 2017, as well as at the Roger Raveel Museum in November 2018, we want to further promote Mario De Brabandere’s work, nationally and internationally. It feels like the right time for a solo booth with Mario De Brabandere at Art Brussels. As always, he will create an entirely new body of works and install them meticulously, as if for a museum. The presentation will be a combination of works on paper, wall sculptures and paintings on canvas and panel.

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Mario De Brabandere, Untitled, 2018 vinyl paint on paper, 118,5 x 84,2 cm, © Kristof De Clercq gallery

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DÉPENDANCE

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Richard Aldrich (b. 1975, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Thomas Bayrle (b. 1937, Germany) Lives and works in Frankfurt Will Benedict (b. 1978, United States of America) Lives and works in Paris Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys (b. 1966 & 1965, Belgium) Live and work in Brussels Linder (b. 1954, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Lucie Stahl (b.1977, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin Peter Wächtler (b. 1979, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin Haegue Yang (b. 1971, South Korea) Lives and works in Berlin and Seoul

Ed Atkins Gillian Carnegie Merlin Carpenter Michaela Eichwald Jana Euler Olivier Foulon Christian Flamm Manuel Gnam Thilo Heinzmann Karl Holmqvist Sergej Jensen Michael Krebber Michaela Meise Henrik Olesen Benjamin Saurer Nora Schultz Josef Strau Simon Thompson Oscar Tuazon

dépendance was founded in late 2003. It sees itself as more than a commercial space and shares its artists’ critical views. Since the beginning, dépendance introduced young artists to Brussels when they were relatively unknown, and they are now still affiliated with the gallery. dépendance held the first international exhibitions for such artists as Sergej Jensen (2003), Haegue Yang (2004), Michaela Eichwald (2005), Jana Euler (2010), Peter Wächtler (2013), Thomas Bayrle (2008), Michael Krebber (2004), Richard Aldrich (2009) and Ed Atkins (2015), all showed in Belgium for the first time with dépendance.

Brussels www.dependance.be Directors: Michael Callies, Ayelet Yanai

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Will Benedict, Untitled, 2018 gouache on foamcore and canvas, aluminum frame with glass, 165 x 110 cm, © the artist and dépendance, Brussels

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FROM THE LIVING ROOM TO THE PATIO

Annabelle Arlie Fabien Boitard Micky Clément Nils Guadagnin Przemek Pyszczek Roman Moriceau Guy Yanai Simone Zaccagnini

Alexandre Benjamin Navet (b. 1986, France) Lives and works in Paris

For Art Brussels 2019, Galerie Derouillon is pleased to present a curatorial project From the living room to the patio by the French artist Alexandre Benjamin Navet. Graduated from ENSCI–Les Ateliers, the École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle in 2011, Alexandre Benjamin Navet is the Grand prize winner of the Design Parade Toulon – Van Cleef & Arpels. He recently presented a solo show at the Musée des Art Décoratifs, Paris, the Villa Noailles, Hyères and ART-O-RAMA, Marseille in 2018.

Paris www.galeriederouillon.com Directors: Benjamin Derouillon, Stéphanie Darmon

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Alexandre Benjamin Navet, From the living room to the patio, 2019 oil stick on canvas, 120 x 100 cm, © photo: Grégory Copitet

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DITESHEIM & MAFFEI FINE ART

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Geneviève Asse (b. 1923, France) Lives and works in Paris Joannis Avramidis (1922-2016, Georgia) Miklos Bokor (b. 1927, Hungary) Lives and works in Paris Giulio Camagni (b. 1973, Italy) Lives and works in Vienna Yves Dana (b. 1959, Egypt) Lives and works in Lausanne Adolfo Estrada (b. 1942, Spain) Lives and works in Barcelona José Guerrero (1914-1991, Spain) Thomas Huber (b. 1955 Switzerland) Lives and works in Berlin Zoran Mušič (1909, Slovenia – Italy, 2005) Osamu Nakajima (1937-2013, Japan) François Rouan (b. 1942, France) Lives and works in Chantilly Marco Tirelli (b. 1959, Italy) Lives and works in Rome Heimo Zobernig (b. 1958, Austria) Lives and works in Vienna

Christiane Baumgartner, Arturo Bonfanti, Gisèle Celan-Lestrange, Frédéric Clot, Gérard de Palézieux, Erik Desmazières, Pierre Dmitrienko, Jean-Jacques Dournon, Simon Edmondson, Pierre Edouard, Maurice Estève, André Evrard, Giuseppe Gavazzi, Michel Haas, Yozo Hamaguchi, Béatrice Helg, Fred-André Holzer, Thomas Huber, Rolf Iseli, Horst Janssen, Yuri Kuper, Jean Lecoultre, Ofer Lellouche, Raymond L’Epée, Cesare Lucchini, Markus Lüpertz, Marcel Mathys, Denise Mennet, Philippe Monod, René Myrha, Gunnar Norrman, Olivier O. Olivier, Jörg Ortner, Irving Petlin, Nicolas Poignon, Henri Presset, Carl- Fredrik Reuterwârd, Germaine Richier, Hyun-Sook Song, Pravoslav Sovak, Italo Valenti, Laurent Wolf, Peter Wullimann

Gallery Ditesheim in Neuchâtel exists since 1972. From 1989 until 2006, the Gallery has been associated with Galerie Jan Krugier – Ditesheim & Cie, Geneva. The Gallery exhibits Swiss and International artists and has participated in several international art fairs as Art Basel, FIAC, Art Paris, PAD, Salon du dessin contemporain, Salon du dessin, Art Genève. As from January 2013, the Gallery is associated with Patrick Maffei, who has been working at Gallery Ditesheim since 2005, and is now called Ditesheim & Maffei

Neuchâtel www.galerieditesheim.ch Directors: François Ditesheim, Patrick Maffei

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José Guerrero, Sombra, 1974 oil on canvas, 162 x 130 cm, © Ditesheim & Maffei Fine Art

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DIVISION

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Nicolas Baier (b. 1967, Canada) Lives and works in Montreal Patrick Coutu (b. 1975, Canada) Lives and works in Montreal

Tammi Campbell Michel de Broin Myriam Dion Mario Doucette Dumontier & Farber Julie Favreau Ed Fornieles Karel Funk Simon Hughes Sarah Anne Johnson Wanda Koop An Te Liu Scott McFarland Alex McLeod Caroline Monnet Megan Rooney Chloe Wise

Since 2008, Galerie Division has been one of Canada’s largest and most respected galleries, representing several of our country’s most important contemporary artists. With locations in Toronto and Montreal, Division operates in conjunction with Arsenal Contemporary, a private art centre with locations in Toronto, Montreal and New York.

Montreal Toronto www.galeriedivision.com Director: Dominique Toutant

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Nicolas Baier, Constellations Or 15 LynA, 2017 polylactic acid, golden paint, 106.7 x 172.7 cm, © photo: Richard-Max Tremblay

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LUCIE DRDOVA

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Barbora Kleinhamplová (b. 1984, Czech Republic) Lives and works in Prague

Hynek Alt Vaclav Kopecky Jan Nalevka Pavla Scerankova Aleksandra Vajd Daniel Vlcek Monika Zakova

Czech conceptual and multimedia artist Barbora Kleinhamplová employs a performative dimension in her work, which is closely related to aspects of human existence in the context of current political-economical structures. Kleinhamplová’s latest project, Sickness Report, includes a new film, sculptural and found objects and diagrammes in which she addresses the sickness of neoliberalism through a metaphorical voyage both far ashore and in the mechanisms of building luxurious yachts and fabricating medications.

Prague www.drdovagallery.com Director: Lucie Drdova

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Barbora Kleinhamplová, Sickness Report, 2018 video, © Barbora Kleinhamplová

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GILLES DROUAULT

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Neïl Beloufa (b. 1985, France) Lives and works in Paris Stéphane Calais (b. 1967, France) Lives and works in Paris Peter Downsbrough (b. 1940, United States of America) Lives and works in Brussels Véronique Joumard (b. 1964, France) Lives and works in Paris Regine Kolle (b. 1967, Germany) Lives and works in Paris Matthew McCaslin (b. 1957, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

Vito Acconci, Philippe Apeloig, Marcos Avila Forero, Davide Balula, Neil Beloufa, Monica Bonvicini, Charbel-joseph H. Boutros, Daniel Buren, Stéphane Calais, Julien Carreyn, Philippe Cazal, Viriya Chotpanyavisut, Claude Closky, Isabelle Cornaro, François Curlet, Stéphane Dafflon, Denis Darzacq, Thea Djordjaze, Jason Dodge, Noël Dolla, Nathalie Du Pasquier, Mounir Fatmi, Jean-Pascal Flavien, Guerrilla Girls, Amy Granat, Dorothy Iannone, Véronique Joumard, Ange Leccia, Julio Le Parc, Renée Levi, Claude Levêque, Rafaela Lopez, Benoît Maire, Jonathan Monk, Olivier Mosset, Flora Moscovici, Jean-Luc Moulène, Mrzyk and Moriceau, Stefan Nikolaev, Bill Owens, Richard Prince, Loïc Raguénès, Atiq Rahimi, Andreas Reiter Raabe, Bernhard Rüdiger, Lei Saito, Hans Schabus, Franck Scurti, Alain Séchas, Robert Stadler, Vincent Szarek, Morgane Tschiember, Felice Varini, Xavier Veilhan, Jacques Villeglé, Jean-Luc Vilmouth, Hu Yun

Gilles Drouault founded the Galerie de Multiples with a strong desire to make a contribution to the accessibility of contemporary art. The production and distribution of original works made in limited editions responds to this desire, combining ethics and aesthetics. The collaboration with artists has led to accompany them beyond the production of editions. The production of demanding works of art is at the heart of the commitment of the Gilles Drouault galerie/multiples, and we now also present unique works.

Paris www.galeriedemultiples.com Director: Magali Taureilles

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Regine Kolle, Food comes with the music, 2012 oil on canvas, 70 x 45 cm, © Regine Kolle

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EDEL ASSANTI

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Tony DeLap (b. 1927, California) Lives and works in Newport Beach Sorel Etrog (1933-2014, Romania) Noémie Goudal (b. 1984, France) Lives and works in Paris

Jodie Carey Gordon Cheung Marcin Dudek Dale Lewis Yoshinori Niwa Oren Pinhassi Sheida Soleimani

Edel Assanti works with artists who engage with the realities – social, cultural or political – of the moment in which they live. Jeremy Epstein and Charlie Fellowes established Edel Assanti as a project space in 2010. In 2012, it transitioned into a permanent gallery representing a small group of artists. Performance and installation were central facets of its early identity. In 2015, Edel Assanti moved to London’s Fitzrovia district, staging historical exhibitions and establishing thematic counterpositions to the existing programme.

London www.edelassanti.com Directors: Jeremy Epstein, Charlie Fellowes

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Tony DeLap, Lady In My Sleeve, 2013 acrylic on linen, 106.7 x 106.7 x 3.2 cm, © the Artist, courtesy Edel Assanti

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ERIC DUPONT

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Pascal Convert (b. 1957, France) Lives and works in Biarritz Otto Muehl (1925-2013, Austria) Paul Pagk (b. 1962, United Kingdom) Lives and works in New York Olympe Racana-Weiler (b. 1990, France) Lives and works in Paris

Taysir Batniji Fouad Bouchoucha Damien Cabanes Michel Campeau Thierry Costesèque Gil & Moti Wiame Haddad Willys Kezi Sandro Kopp Siobhan Liddell Didier Mencoboni Mari Minato Côme Mosta-Heirt Nicholas Nixon Yazid Oulab Mathieu Pernot Narmine Sadeg Regina Virserius Christophe Von Weyhe Gabrielle Wambaugh Katarzyna Wiesiolek Stéphane Zagdanski

Opened in 1997 in the Marais district of Paris, Eric Dupont Gallery has consistently championed the work of emerging artists and regularly participates in international art fairs, including Art Brussels, the FIAC, Paris Photo, Art Paris and Scope Miami. Eric Dupont’s artistic commitment lies in his loyalty to art and the artists he is working with. Since 2011, the gallery has occupied a larger, more luminous venue, located in the Marais at 138 rue du Temple.

Paris www.eric-dupont.com Directors: Eric Dupont (owner), Elisabeth Golovina-Benois (director), Léa Le Bideau, Lucas Vasco (director’s assistants)

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Pascal Convert, À Livre Ouvert, 2018 glass, crystallised ‘Lost Book’, master glass maker Olivier Juteau, 40 x 60 x 6 cm, courtesy Eric Dupont gallery, Paris

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ERIC DUPONT Artist at the fair Carlos Kusnir (b. 1947, Argentina) Lives and works in Marseille and Paris

For Art Brussels 2019, Eric Dupont gallery presents a REDISCOVERY booth focusing on Carlos Kusnir’s production from the 1980’s to nowadays. Carlos Kusnir was one of the first artists represented by the gallery. He conceives art as an extension of his environment but also as a receptacle for his memories. Based on a reflection on the concepts of figuration and abstraction, his work abolished boundaries between painting, sculpture and life to create an immersive experience.

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Carlos Kusnir, Mama, 1986 acrylic on canvas, brooms, 240 x 310 cm, courtesy Eric Dupont gallery, Paris

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GALLERY FIFTY ONE

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Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988, United States of America) Marcel Broodthaers (1924, Belgium – Germany, 1976) Arpaïs Du Bois (b. 1973, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Harry Gruyaert (b. 1941, Belgium) Lives and works in Paris Saul Leiter (1923 – 2013, United States of America) Éric Manigaud (b. 1971, France) Lives and works in Saint-Étienne Bruno V. Roels (b. 1976, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Jacques Sonck (b. 1949, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Louis Stettner (1922, United States of America – France, 2016) Jan Yoors (1922, Belgium – United States of America, 1977) Masao Yamamoto (b. 1957, Japan) Lives and works in Yamanashi Dirk Zoete (b. 1969, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent

Philip K. Apagya Cornelius Azaglo Alvin Booth Delphine Burtin Jean Dominique Burton Tom Butler Elinor Carucci Simon Chaput Kyungwoo Chun Jean Depara Katrien De Blauwer Norbert Ghisoland Peter Granser Frank Horvat Yaakov Israel Seydou Keïta Annie Kevans William Klein Adama Kouyaté Jacques Henri Lartigue Vivian Maier Steve McCurry Daido Moriyama Arnold Newman J.D. Okhai Ojeikere Malick Sidibé Kerry Skarbakka Deanna Templeton Friederike von Rauch Michael Wolf

Based in Antwerp, Gallery Fifty One specialises in fine art photography & works on paper. Since its founding in 2000, the gallery has been focusing on 20th- and 21st-century photography (vintage, classic, fashion, African & contemporary). Since 2011, the gallery started an ongoing dialogue between photography & works on paper. In 2014 a new gallery space opened its doors: Fifty One Too. For Art Brussels 2019 the gallery will present a curated booth that revolves around the central theme of ‘La Condition Humaine’.

Antwerp  www.gallery51.com Director: Roger Szmulewicz

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Jan Yoors, Untitled, 1977 charcoal on heavy weight toned paper, 65 x 75 cm, © Estate of Jan Yoors / courtesy of Gallery Fifty One

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LES FILLES DU CALVAIRE

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Art Orienté Objet (Marion Laval-Jeantet & Benoît Mangin) (est. in 1991) Live and work in Montreuil Thierry Fontaine (b. 1969, France) Lives and works in Paris Noémie Goudal (b. 1984, France) Lives and works in Paris Juul Kraijer (b. 1970, Netherlands) Lives and works in Rotterdam

Laia Abril Antoine D’agata Helena Almeida AOO Paz Corona Thibaut Cuisset Katrien De Blauwer Marcel Dinahet Emma Dusong Thierry Fontaine Noémie Goudal Laura Henno Claudia Huidobro Karen Knorr Katinka Lampe Anni Leppälä Thomas Lévy-Lasne Corinne Mercadier Olivier Mosset Paulien Oltheten Nelli Palomäki Zhuo Qi Emmanuel Saulnier Yusuf Sevincli Smith Esther Teichmann Matt Wilson Edouard Wolton

Founded in 1996 in a former 350m2 industrial workshop of the Marais district, Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire showcases and fosters contemporary creation. Following an inaugural season dedicated to photography, the gallery quickly widened its programming to dialogue between different fields of contemporary art (painting, sculpture, video, installation and photography) with creators increasingly turning to multidisciplinary approaches.

Paris www.fillesducalvaire.com Director: Stéphane Magnan

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Thierry Fontaine, Collection #1, 2017 c-print mounted on aluminium, plexiglass framing and classic glass, 61 x 41 cm

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FLATLAND

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Jasper de Beijer (b. 1973, Netherlands) Lives and works in Amsterdam Kim Boske (b. 1978, Netherlands) Lives and works in Amsterdam Stelios Karamanolis (b. 1977, Greece) Lives and works in Berlin and Athens Guy Yanai (b. 1973, Israel) Lives and works in Tel Aviv

Alice Browne Gioia de Bruijn Katharine Cooper Ruud van Empel Exactitudes Johan Grimonprez Hendrik Kerstens Jeroen Robert Kramer Jocelyn Lee Stanislaw Lewkowicz James Mollison Erwin Olaf Anoek Steketee Martin Usborne Paolo Ventura David Verbeek

Flatland is an internationally acclaimed contemporary art gallery based in Amsterdam, guided by its core values of independent attitude, cosmopolitan outlook and audacious thinking. The gallery represents internationally established artists such as Jasper de Beijer, Jocelyn Lee, Johan Grimonprez, Guy Yanai, Erwin Olaf, Ruud van Empel and Paolo Ventura, and works committedly with emerging artists, including Kim Boske, Gioia de Bruijn, Katharine Cooper, Stelios Karamanolis and Alice Browne.

Amsterdam www.flatlandgallery.com Directors: Martin Rogge & Fiona van Schendel

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Stelios Karamanolis, Untitled, 2019 colored pencil and acrylic on raw canvas, 90 x 70 cm, © Stelios Karamanolis

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CHARLOTTE FOGH

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Louis Reith (b. 1983, Netherlands) Lives and works in Zetten Rose Eken (b. 1976, Denmark) Lives and works in Copenhagen

Søren Behncke Katja Bjørn Kaspar Bonnén Anders Bonnesen Holger Højbjerg HuskMitNavn Tina Maria Nielsen Hanne Nielsen & Birgit Johnsen * Julie Nord Ragnar Persson Andreas Schulenburg Julie Stavad

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52

Recycling/Upcycling: New at Art Brussels, but highly acclaimed in Denmark and internationally, Charlotte Fogh Gallery presents two younger contemporary artists who rework classic concepts and materials, recreating them into new modes of expression. Louis Reith presents an installation of new cut-out collages and wood panels: a modernist idiom reinvented with found paper and old books, sustainably recycling materials. Rose Eken uses porcelain and clay to sculpt up-cycled installations of trash, waste and garbage.

Aarhus  www.charlottefogh.dk Director: Charlotte Fogh

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Rose Eken, Still life with flowers in blue vase, 2018 porcelain and ceramics, various sizes, Š Charlotte Fogh Gallery and Rose Eken

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JEAN FOURNIER

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Dominique De Beir (b. 1964, France) Lives and works in Paris Simon Hantaï (1922, Hungary – France, 2008) Bernard Moninot (b. 1949, France) Lives and works in Paris Michel Parmentier (1938-2000, France)

Pierre Buraglio Jean Degottex Sam Francis Fabienne Gaston-Dreyfus Gilgian Gelzer Nicolas Guiet Claire-Jeanne Jézéquel Frédérique Lucien Pierre Mabille Jean Paul Riopelle Christophe Robe Kimber Smith Peter Soriano Claude Tétot Claude Viallat

The gallery was founded in 1954 by Jean Fournier (1922-2006). The choices of the gallery are mainly directed towards abstract and painterly practices from the 1950s to the present day. The booth will testify to these fertile dialogues and the multiplicity of looks that establish and revitalize the identity of the gallery. Fundamental works by such artists as Simon Hantaï & Michel Parmentier will articulate and engage with more recently discovered artists, such as Dominique De Beir & Bernard Moninot.

Paris www.galerie-jeanfournier.com Director: Emilie Ovaere-Corthay

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Dominique De Beir, Altération, 2019 paints, wax and impacts on polystyrene, 33 x 22 x 3 cm, courtesy of the artist & Galerie Jean Fournier, Paris

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FELIX FRACHON

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Dimitri Fagbohoun (b. 1972, Benin) Lives and works in Paris Ratna Gupta (b. 1979, India) Lives and works in Mumbai Prathap Modi (b. 1983, India) Lives and works in Varoda Nyaba L. Ouedraogo (b. 1978, Burkina Faso) Lives and works in Paris

Vishal K Dar Ehsan Ul Haq Nandita Kumar Shine Shivan Apnavi Makanji Thacker

With an ambitious and challenging multidisciplinary approach, Galerie Felix Frachon promotes young contemporary art scenes from the so-called ‘emerging’ countries, through a unique curation of seasons dedicated to Southeast Asia, Africa, Latin & Central America and the Middle East, developing dialogues between cultures and practices. In September 2017, the gallery opened its second space, Le 26by, extending its programming to artist residencies, screenings, talks, performances, concerts and publications.

Brussels www.felixfrachon.com Director: Felix Frachon

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Nyaba L. Ouedraogo, moi / accra ghana, ed 3/5, 2015 photograph, 60 x 90 cm, © Nyaba L. Ouedraogo

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FREIGHT + VOLUME

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Samuel Jablon (b. 1986, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

Eloy Arribas David Baskin Erik den Breejen Jennifer Coates Nicholas Cueva Bel Fullana Rebecca Goyette Robert Hodge Peter Hutchinson James Hyde George Jenne Ezra Johnson Ben King Meg Lipke Peter Schenck Michael Scoggins

Freight + Volume is dedicated to showcasing the work of emerging and established artists, in particular work which is innovative and not afraid to take risks. Freight + Volume is especially interested in narrative and textbased material. Our predominant criteria is the quality of the work itself, regardless of technique, content or style, with the motivation to show dynamic, visceral, and provocative new work in all media and dealing with a range of subject matter.

New York www.freightandvolume.com Directors: Nick Lawrence, Ashley Dillman

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Samuel Jablon, Honey on my Tongue, 2018 oil and acrylic on canvas, 173 x 152 cm

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GAEP

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Felipe Cohen (b. 1976, Brasil) Lives and works in São Paulo

Represented: Razvan Anton Pavel Braila Vlatka Horvat Istvan Ist Huzjan Sebastian Moldovan Damir Ocko Raluca Popa

DISCOVERY

Works by (collaborations): Radu Cioca Zeljko Jerman Tania Mouraud Marilena Preda Sanc Mircea Stanescu Ignacio Uriarte

gaep (Eastwards Prospectus) presents a SOLO booth by Felipe Cohen, whose work originates in the tension created by the ‘conflict’ between avant-garde traditions and contemporary forms for arranging the art object. Cohen often merges long-lasting, strong materials, such as stone, marble or wood, with fragile and ephemeral mediums such as glass, paper and moving image. The intention is to create both a dialogue between different materials and the conditions required for one material to contaminate the other.

Bucharest www.gaepgallery.com Director: Andrei Breahna

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Felipe Cohen, Untitled 3, 2019 colored pencil on paper, 60 x 50 cm, © Eastwards Prospectus

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CHRISTOPHE GAILLARD c.32 PRIME

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Thibault Hazelzet (b. 1975, France) Lives and works in Paris Michel Journiac (b. 1935, France) Lives and works in Paris Isabelle Le Minh (b. 1965, Germany) Lives and works in Paris Julien des Monstiers (b. 1983, France) Lives and works in Paris Pablo Tomek (b. 1988, France) Lives and works in Brussels

Pierre Yves Bohm Marina Gadonneix Rachel De Joode Kassia Knap Fabian Knecht Katarzyna Kozyra Michelle Lopez Daniel Pommereulle Arnulf Rainer Kate Steciw Ceija Stojka Unglee Hannah Whitaker

In September 2015, Galerie Christophe Gaillard moved to 450 m2 located in a 17th-century hôtel particulier in Le Marais. The gallery supports French and international contemporary artists in various artistic fields, including painting, photography, action, sculpture and video, and aims to enhance the pertinence of recognised artists from the 1960s to the 1990s, and working with the agreement of the estates in light of contemporary art practices.

Paris www.galerie-gaillard.com Director: Christophe Gaillard

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Julien des Monstiers, Antigone, 2018 oil on canvas, 230 x 400 x 50 cm, © the artist & Galerie Christophe Gaillard

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GETHER CONTEMPORARY d.33

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Henrik Olai Kaarstein (b. 1989, Norway) Lives and works in Oslo

Birk Bjørlo Ruth Campau Jay Gard Christine Overvad Hansen Vinyl, Terror & Horror Marie Kølbæk Iversen Amalie Jakobsen Astrid Myntekær Oskar Koliander Asger Dybvad Larsen Zane Lewis Robin Seir

Henrik Olai Kaarstein utilises any available material to create his works of art. Disregarding normal materials and the restrictions of media, he repeatedly incorporates the medium he paints on as a direct conveyor of his expression, rather than it being purely a background on which to paint. Rucksacks, garment bags, tarps, tape, blankets and so on are used extensively as backdrops for his works of art. Their individual use and connotations are brought into play and become part of the work itself.

Copenhagen www.gethercontemporary.com Director: Sophus Gether

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Henrik Olai Kaarstein, Untitled, 2018 lacquer, oil pastels, soft pastels, acrylic paint, acrylic mediums, vinyl paint, carpet samples, catalogue cut-outs, banner prints, silicone on polyester, 340 x 250 cm, © the artist and Gether Contemporary

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GEUKENS & DE VIL

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Jaromir Novotny (b. 1974, Czechoslovakia) Lives and works in Ceský Brod Gabriel Rico (b. 1980, Mexico) Lives and works in Guadalajara

Philip Aguirre y Otegui Ruben Bellinkx Asger Dybvad Larsen Peter De Meyer Gideon Kiefer Sofie Muller David Simpson Martha Tuttle Shirley Villavicencio Pizango Ane Vester Finbar Ward Marthe Wéry

Geukens & De Vil is a contemporary art gallery founded in Knokke in 1998 by Yasmine Geukens & Marie-Paule De Vil. In 2006 they opened a second venue in Antwerp. In 2015 the Antwerp gallery moved to the first floor of a large neoclassical building in the center of the city. Geukens & De Vil shows established artists but also offers opportunities to young (inter)national talent. Additionally, they curate group shows in which they mix (inter)national artists or ask guest-artists to co-curate exhibitions.

Knokke Antwerp www.geukensdevil.com Directors: Yasmine Geukens, Marie-Paule De Vil

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Gabriel Rico, Fauna III, 2019 brass, knife, feather & neon, 60 x 60 x 3 cm, © Gabriel Rico

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GLADSTONE GALLERY Artists at the fair Ricci Albenda (b. 1966, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Richard Aldrich (b. 1966, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Kasper Bosmans (b. 1990, Belgium) Lives and works in Amsterdam Ian Cheng (b. 1984, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles Claudia Comte (b. 1983, Switzerland) Lives and works in Morges Carroll Dunham (b. 1949, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Ugo Rondinone (b. 1963, Switzerland) Lives and works in New York Paloma Varga Weisz (b. 1966, Germany) Lives and works in Mannheim Michael Williams (b. 1978, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Vivian Suter (b. 1949, Argentina) Lives and works in Panajachel Anicka Yi (b. 1971, South Korea) Lives and works in New York

Gladstone Gallery is a leading contemporary art gallery with locations in New York and Brussels. Representing more than fifty artists, as well as major foundations and estates, Gladstone Gallery has played a significant role in launching the careers of several of the most notable artists working today.

Brussels  New York www.gladstonegallery.com Directors: Maxime Charles de la Brousse, Florence Derck

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Michael Williams, HBO, 2018 enamel on linen, 101.6 x 101.6 cm, courtesy of the artist and Gladstone Gallery Brussels and New York

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JASON HAAM

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Oliver Arms (b. 1970, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles Marie Cloquet (b. 1976, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Linn Meyers (b. 1968, United States of America) Lives and works in Washington D.C. Anthony Pearson (b. 1969, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles

Peter Buggenhout Mircea Suciu

In January 2018, Jason Haam opened his eponymous gallery at Seongbuk-dong, Seoul, Korea with a solo exhibition by Oliver Arms. Jason Haam is committed to promoting contemporary works of art to the global audience and developing a programme dedicated to artists whose works are original, radical, and representative of their time. Founded with an uncompromising ethos and spirit, the gallery aspires to maintain a diverse programme with exhibitions by leading contemporary artists.

Seoul www.jasonhaam.com Director: Jason Haam

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Linn Meyers, Untitled, 2018 acrylic ink and flashe on panel, 61.0 x 45.7 cm, © Linn Meyers

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HAKGOJAE GALLERY

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Kang Yo-bae (b. 1952, Korea) Lives and works in Jeju Kim Hyunsik (b. 1965, Korea) Lives and works in Ulsan Lee Jinyong (b. 1961, Korea) Lives and works in Busan Ma Liuming (b. 1969, China) Lives and works in Beijing Oh Se-Yeol (b. 1945, Korea) Lives and works in Yangpyeong Yun Suknam (b. 1939, China) Lives and works in Hwaseong

Chung Sang-Hwa Chung Hyun Chen Wenji Ian Davenport Tim Eitel Fang Lijun Bernard Frize Heo Suyoung Jia Youfu Joo Jaehwan Kim Ho-Deuk Kim Sundoo Lee Yongbaek Lee Woosung Lee Jong-Gu Jin Meyerson Noh Suntag Mangu Putra Nam June Paik Qiu Anxiong Song Hyun-Sook Shin Meekyoung Shin Hak-Chul Song Chang Son Jang Sup Tian Liming Yangachi Zhao Nengzhi Zhang Huan

Hakgojae Gallery opened its doors in Seoul in 1988, and expanded to Shanghai in 2013. To celebrate its 30th anniversary, Hakgojae Cheongdam opened in Gangnam, Seoul, in 2018. The gallery’s name derives from the saying, ‘to review the old to learn the new’, from the Analects of Confucius. Based on this saying, Hakgojae Gallery primarily focuses on showcasing the works of precursors who have reinterpreted traditional philosophy and spirit through the language of contemporary art.

Seoul www.hakgojae.com Director: Chankyu Woo

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Ma Liuming, No. 11, 2015 oil on canvas, 250 x 200 cm, © Ma Liuming, courtesy of Hakgojae Gallery

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HDM GALLERY

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Romain Bernini (b. 1979, France) Lives and works in Paris Elias Crespin (b. 1965, Caracas) Lives and works in Paris Martin Kollar (b. 1971, Slovak Republic) Lives and works in Bratislava Lee Jin Woo (b. 1959, Korea) Lives and works in Paris and Korea Lu Chao (b. 1988, China) Lives and works in London Spencer Sweeney (b. 1973, United States) Lives and works in New York Barthélémy Toguo (b. 1967, Cameroon) Lives and works in Paris and Bandjoun Wang Du (b. 1956, China) Lives and works in Paris Wang Xiaoshuang (b. 1991, China) Lives and works in Shanghai Xie Lei (b. 1983, China) Lives and works in Paris Ye Linghan (b. 1985, China) Lives and works in Beijing

He An Liu Bolin Dong Dawei Chen Han Qian Jiahua Peng Jian Li Jingxiong Manuel Mathieu Ivan Messac Zhu Rixin Hao Shiming Claude Viallat Wang Yi Yang Yongliang

HdM Gallery opened its first space in Beijing in 2009, the success of which led to a subsequent gallery opening in Hangzhou in 2013 and, most recently, a third in London. Initially focussing on Chinese artists, HdM Gallery has since expanded to represent emerging and established Western artists. The gallery is an important bridge between the Asian and Western art markets.

Beijing London www.hdmgallery.com Director: Hadrien de Montferrand

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Romain Bernini, Karmacosmicoma, 2018 oil on canvas, 107 x 137 cm

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PATRICK HEIDE CONTEMPORARY ART

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Martin Assig (b. 1959, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin and Brädikow Dan Maciuca (b. 1979, Romania) Lives and works in Cluj Thomas Müller (b. 1959, Germany) Lives and works in Stuttgart Reinoud Oudshoorn (b. 1953, Netherlands) Lives and works in Amsterdam

Isabel Albrecht Sophie Bouvier Ausländer Sarah Bridgland Eric Butcher David Connearn Pius Fox Ina Geissler Alex Hamilton Andy Harper Károly Keserü Thomas Kilpper Minjung Kim Hans Kotter Yuliya Lanina Sharon Louden Katherine Murphy Francesco Pessina Danica Phelps Susan Schwalb Varvara Shavrova Diana Sirianni Dillwyn Smith Susan Stockwell Ann Sutton Kate Terry Christos Venetis Johannes von Stumm

Patrick Heide Contemporary Art was founded in September 2007, evolving from a project space in London’s young and bustling art scene. The gallery fosters an international range of emerging and mid-career artists who feature in eight exhibitions per year, while also participating in numerous art fairs worldwide. The core programme of the gallery is dedicated to a wider understanding of drawing, and it hopes to give prominence to artists who ultimately reveal a link between the physical and the metaphysical worlds.

London www.patrickheide.com Director: Patrick Heide

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Martin Assig, St. Paul #809, 2017 pastel & wax on paper, 150 x 109 cm, courtesy of the artist and Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, photo: Gunter Lepkowski

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RICHARD HELLER

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Kajahl (b. 1985, United States of America) Lives and works in Brooklyn Joakim Ojanen (b. 1985, Sweden) Lives and works in Stockholm Christian Rex van Minnen (b. 1980, United States of America) Lives and works in Brooklyn

Amy Bennett Eric Croes Marcel Dzama Oli Epp Neil Farber Farshad Farzankia Michelle Grabner David Jien Sasha Pierce Paco Pomet Charlie Roberts Devin Troy Strother Orkideh Torabi

Richard Heller Gallery is proud to present new paintings by American artists Christian Rex van Minnen and Kajahl, along with sculptures in bronze and stainless steel by Swedish artist Joakim Ojanen. Christian Rex van Minnen makes masterful paintings for an age whose values have curdled. Kajahl mines history to create hybrid identities. Ojanen’s menagerie of sentient critters and people is less realistic and more cartoon: they suggest humans are most humane when we are in touch with our animal selves.

Los Angeles richardhellergallery.com Director: Richard Heller

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Kajahl, Architects of Simulation, 2018 oil on canvas over panel, 123 x 91 cm, © Kajahl

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JOCHEN HEMPEL

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Artists at the fair

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Johan Tahon (b. 1965, Belgium) Lives and works in Munkzwalm Marcin Cienski (b. 1976, United States of America) Lives and works in Minneapolis

Joe Amrhein Stephan Balkenhol Horst Bartnig Benjamin Bergmann Hartwig Ebersbach Carsten Fock Theun Govers Andreas Johnen Oliver Kossack Peter Krauskopf Schirin Kretschmann Sven Kroner Bastian Muhr Esko Männikkö Jong Oh Ulf Puder Tilo Schulz Andreas Schulze Beat Streuli Natalia Zaluska

Jochen Hempel Gallery is the continuation of the Dogenhaus Gallery, founded in 1992 by proprietor/director Jochen Hempel, with locations in Leipzig, Berlin and soon also in Hamburg. The gallery represents internationally artists of the younger generation, including Carsten Fock, Jong Oh, Johan Tahon, Schirin Kretschmann and Natalia Zaluska, major mid-career artists Esko Männikkö, Sven Kroner and Ulf Puder, as well as established artists of international repute, such as Stephan Balkenhol and Beat Streuli.

Leipzig www.jochenhempel.com Director: Jochen Hempel

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Johan Tahon, Glacier, 2017-2018 stoneware, 168 x 58 x 47 cm, © Jochen Hempel, Johan Tahon

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ERNST HILGER

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Peterson Kamwathi (b. 1980, Kenia) Lives and works in Nairobi Anton Kannemeyer (b. 1967, South Africa) Lives and works in Cape Town Cameron Platter (b. 1978, South Africa) Lives and works in KwaZulu-Natal

Arman Assunta A.A.M. Joannis Avramidis Daniele Buetti Ian Burns Maria Bussmann Gunter Damisch Oliver Dorfer Erró Shepard Fairey Vasilena Gankovska Alfred Hrdlicka Allen Jones Anastasia Khoroshilova Ai Kijima Jakob Kirchmayr Karl Korab Peter Krawagna Andreas Leikauf Ángel Marcos Brian McKee Julie Monaco Jacques Monory Oswald Oberhuber Yigal Ozeri Mel Ramos Deborah Sengl Hans Staudacher Stinkfish Miha _trukelj Marko Tadic Martin Tardy Simón Vega Massimo Vitali

Galerie Ernst Hilger gives a platform to artists from cutting-edge countries. The gallery’s efforts have been rewarded over the last 15 years by the participation of its artists in the Venice Biennales: Erik Binder in 2001, Ivana Franke in 2007, Iwan Moudov in 2007, Miha Strukelji in 2009, Anastasia Khoroshilva in 2011, Cameron Platter in 2013, Simon Vega in 2013, Ángel Marcos in 2013 and Peterson Kamwathi in 2017.

Vienna www.hilger.at Directors: Ernst Hilger, Michael Kaufmann

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Peterson Kamwathi, Raft ya Medusa, 2017 mixed media on paper, 111 x 97 cm, © the artist and galerie ernst hilger

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KRISTIN HJELLEGJERDE b.01 PRIME

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Marcel Buehler (b. 1969, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin James Alec Hardy * (b. 1979, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London André Hemer (b. 1981, New Zealand) Lives and works in Vienna Robin Kang (b. 1981, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

Dawit Abebe Chris Agnew Maha Ahmed Audun Alvestad Cheikhou Ba Yassine Balbzioui Cristina BanBan Marcel Buehler Florine Demosthene Andrea Francolino James Alec Hardy Caroline Jane Harris André Hemer Athar Jaber Juliette Mahieux Bartoli Sverre Malling Martine Poppe Amadou Sanogo Richard Schur Soheila Sokhanvari Ephrem Solomon Richard Stone Sinta Tantra Celina Teague Ruprecht von Kaufmann Muhammad Zeeshan

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52

Established in 2012, Kristin Hjellegjerde quickly gained recognition as an international gallery dedicated to exhibiting a roster of innovative international artists, both emerging and established, with strong theoretical and aesthetic bases. Known for its multicultural curatorial approach, the gallery has over the years fostered close and cooperative relationships with museums and curators worldwide, maintaining deep devotion to the artists it represents.

London Berlin www.kristinhjellegjerde.com Directors: Kristin Hjellegjerde, Hedvig Liestøl, Eva Maria Ostendorf

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James Alec Hardy, 180918 001 1038, 2018 VGA monitors, and 2 channel video playback system, 220 x 220 cm, © the artist / Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

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THE HOLE

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Johnny Abrahams (b. 1978, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Morgan Blair (b. 1986, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Ry David Bradley (b. 1979, Australia) Lives and works in London Alex Gardner (b. 1986, United States of America) Lives and works in Long Beach Evan Robarts (b. 1985, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Adam Parker Smith (b. 1980, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Eric Yahnker (b. 1979, United States of America) Lives and works in Sky Valley

Ben Jones Misaki Kawai Caroline Larsen Vanessa Prager Joe Reihsen Holton Rower Matthew Stone Anne Vieux Jaimie Warren

The Hole is a contemporary art gallery run by Kathy Grayson. Opened June 2011, our 3800 sq. ft. storefront on the Bowery borders the Lower East Side and NoLIta neighborhoods of Manhattan. The Hole presents monthly solo and group exhibitions with a focus on emerging art and thematic group exhibitions. We represent more than fifteen artists from America and abroad, and have exhibited over 200 more. Often two exhibitions run simultaneously in our space, along with performances and events to support collaboration.

New York www.theholenyc.com Director: Kathy Grayson

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Alex Gardner, Peptalk on PCH, 2016 acrylic on linen, 163 x 122 cm

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THE HOLE Artist at the fair Jonathan Chapline (b. 1987, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

Jonathan Chapline presents a solo booth of new paintings on panel. Transforming the booth into a white gridded chamber, Chapline highlights the uniquely digital aspects of his painted worlds; these scenes are sketched in a 3D programme, lit with colored light in the programme, rotated and enlarged and pulled into three dimensions. The booth design sets the digital stage in which these paintings are conceived and rendered; the paintings focus on form and colour in the digital realm.

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Jonathan Chapline, Domestic Interior, 2018 acrylic and flashe on panel, 76 x 60 cm

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HOPSTREET

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Thorsten Brinkmann (b. 1971, Germany) Lives and works in Hamburg Julie Cockburn (b. 1966, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Johan De Wilde (b. 1964, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Noé Sendas (b. 1972, Belgium) Lives and works in Lisboa

Sara Bjarland Jonathan Callan Zarah Hussain Christof Mascher Fabrice Souvereyns Bas van den Hurk Egon Van Herreweghe Tinus Vermeersch

Hopstreet Gallery in Brussels was founded in 2011 in downtown Brussels, in the vivacious Dansaert area. In 2014, the gallery moved to uptown Brussels, to the Rivoli building, neighbouring Xavier Hufkens’ second space. Hopstreet represents a group of emerging and mid-career European artists who have a common interest in the sculptural, the spatial. They often work like archaeologists. The reuse of found materials – images, books, objects, etc. – recurs regularly in their works.

Brussels www.hopstreet.be Director: Marie-Paule Grusenmeyer

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Julie Cockburn, The Gamer, 2018 hand embroidery on found photograph, 22.6 x 17.5 cm, © Julie Cockburn, courtesy the artist and Hopstreet Gallery

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HOUSE OF EGORN

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Julie Favreau (b. 1981, Canada) Lives and works in Berlin and Montreal

aaajiao Glauber Ballestero Yi Dai Aimée García Lucía Pizzani Eduardo Rubén

Julie Favreau’s research on gesture and movement feeds the production of sculptural objects and vice versa. Through video, sculpture and photography, she creates gestures that compose enigmatic and troubling universes. Between the intimate and the unconscious, a heightened sensorial awareness is inspired in the viewer. In her recent projects, eroticism is approached as a form of power: the artist is interested in exploring the erotic texture of the world.

Berlin www.houseofegorn.com Director: Sharon Zhu

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Julie Favreau, It Flares, 2018 inkjet print, 70 x 105 cm

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XAVIER HUFKENS

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David Altmejd (b. 1974, Canada) Lives and works in New York Louise Bourgeois (1911, France - United States of America, 2010) Tracey Emin (b. 1963, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London, New York and south of France Michel François (b. 1956, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Antony Gormley (b. 1950, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Evan Holloway (b. 1967, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles Roni Horn (b. 1955, United States of America) Lives and works in New York and Reykjavik Thomas Houseago (b. 1972, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Los Angeles Wyatt Kahn (b. 1983, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Sherrie Levine (b. 1947, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989, United States of America) Paul McCarthy (b. 1945, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles Alice Neel (1900-1984, United States of America) Sterling Ruby (b. 1972, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles Walter Swennen (b. 1946, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels

Saâdane Afif Richard Artschwager Katherine Bernhardt Cris Brodahl Daniel Buren George Condo Matt Connors Thierry De Cordier Willem de Kooning Adam Fuss Jonathan Horowitz Esther Kläs Bertrand Lavier Malcolm Morley Nicolas Party Alessandro Pessoli Jack Pierson Ken Price Tim Rollins and K.O.S Robert Ryman Josh Smith Pádraig Timoney Lesley Vance Jan Vercruysse Danh Vō Cathy Wilkes

Xavier Hufkens is one of Europe’s leading galleries for contemporary art. Located in Brussels, the gallery maintains a diverse programme with solo exhibitions by multiple generations of leading artists and estates. The gallery deals in a distinctive combination of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and installation-based work.

Brussels www.xavierhufkens.com

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Antony Gormley, TEND, 2016 cast iron, 73 x 75 x 64 cm, courtesy of the artist & Xavier Hufkens, Brussels

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XAVIER HUFKENS Artist at the fair Lesley Vance (b. 1977, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles

Lesley Vance is an abstract painter whose visual language is rooted in her early engagement with still-life painting. Seeking to move beyond the boundaries of representation, Lesley Vance departs from entirely invented and improvised forms, which she brings towards the allusion of a physical reality. Working wet-on-wet in concentrated bursts of activity, the artist follows her intuition and allows form and colour to develop their own individual trajectories. For her SOLO presentation at Art Brussels, Lesley Vance presents three new paintings.

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Lesley Vance, Untitled, 2018 oil on linen, 79 x 61 x 2,5 cm, courtesy of the artist & Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, photo: Fredrik Nilsen

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HUSSENOT

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Mira Dancy (b. 1979, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Stephan Dillemuth (b. 1954, Germany) Lives and works in Münich Nolan Hendrickson (b. 1976, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles Ciprian Muresan (b. 1977, Romania) Lives and works in Cluj

Antoine Aguilar Assume Vivid Astro Focus Mira Dancy Stephan Dillemuth Kirsten Everberg Eberhard Havekost Barney Kulok Ciprian Muresan Martin D’orgeval Cameron Platter Jon Pylypchuk Torben Ribe Lasse Schmidt Hansen Agathe Snow Diana Thater

The programme held by Eric Hussenot since 2008 fosters emerging, mid-career and established talent and seeks to contextualise within a broader history. The collaboration between these different generations of artists is the culmination of a partnership based on parallel thinking, singular vision, and mutual regard over our human condition. The artists we represent work in various media, including film, video, sound, painting, sculpture and installation. The gallery also publishes catalogues in close collaboration with the represented artists, in order to promote their work.

Paris www.galeriehussenot.com Director: Eric Hussenot

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Mira Dancy, Testament, 2018 acrylic on canvas, 177,5 x 203,5 x 5 cm, © Mira Dancy, Hussenot, Paris, photo: Aurélien Mole

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HVERFISGALLERÍ

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Jeanine Cohen (b. 1951, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Guðný Rósa Ingimarsdóttir (b. 1969, Iceland) Lives and works in Brussels Hrafnkell Sigurðsson (b. 1963, Iceland) Lives and works in Reykjavik

Harpa Árnadóttir Hildur Bjarnadóttir Steingrímur Eyfjörð Georg Guðni Davíð Örn Halldórsson Loji Höskuldsson Kristinn E. Hrafnsson Magnús Kjartansson Sigurður Árni Sigurðsson Guðmundur Thoroddsen

Hverfisgallerí focuses on presenting diverse and ambitious contemporary works of art that reflect the current ethos of Icelandic and international art. The gallery represents an interesting variety of contemporary artists, both emerging and established. Hverfisgallerí organises eight to ten exhibitions each year and participates in international art fairs, such as Chart and Market, to promote its 14 current resident artists. Hverfisgallerí was founded in 2013 and is located in the heart of downtown Reykjavík.

Reykjavik www.hverfisgalleri.is Director: Sigríður L. Gunnarsdóttir

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Hrafnkell Sigurðsson, Sixth Resolution, 2019 Ed 1/3 + AP, Diasec mounted inkjet print (antireflective, UV protected acrylic glass), 198 x 198 cm

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GALERIE IRAGUI

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Georgy Litichevsky (b. 1956, Russia) Lives and works in Moscow

Nikita Alexeev Sergey Anufriev Maria Arendt Olga Bozhko Petr Kirusha Elena Kovylina Arkadiy Nasonov Valeria Nibiru Pavel Pepperstein

Inspired by Maurice Maeterlinck’s book, L’intelligence des fleurs, this project by Georgy Litichevsky mixes Chekhov’s Seagull and Maeterlink’s Blue Bird in a single being – which, in its turn, initiates a discussion with anthropomorphic flowers. In this discussion, the problems posed by both writers – of evolution, ecology, world civilization at a crossroad – are actualized, and their plays and essays are interpreted as treatises on aesthetics and artistic manifestos in line with contemporary art.

Moscow www.iragui.com Director: Ekatherina Iragui

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Georgy Litichevsky, Le spectre du floratisme, 2019 acrylic on paper, 21 x 29 cm, © Georgy Litichevsky & Galerie Iragui

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IVAN GALLERY

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Paul Neagu (1938, Romania – United Kingdom, 2004)

Sandor Bartha Anca Benera & Arnold Estefan Horia Bernea Geta Brătescu Elijah Burgher Andreea Ciobîcă Cristina David Lia Perjovschi Simona Runcan Ștefan Sava Ross Taylor Iulia Toma Jaro Varga Mădălina Zaharia

Considered one of the most important Romanian artists, Paul Neagu has lived and worked in London since 1970 until his death in 2004. His complex artistic practice integrates performance, sculpture, drawing, painting, video and photography, inside his holistic and metaphysical view on art. Tactility underlines one of Neagu’s enduring aims: to refute what he perceived as the primacy of visuality within art. His ritualised performances left a trail of sculptural objects and created immersive, sensory experiences. Ivan Gallery opened in Bucharest in 2007 as a private initiative in the Romanian art gallery scene. The gallery’s programme started with local, Eastern European artists living in Romania or abroad and has expanded including foreign artists as well. The gallery’s focus has been on supporting the career of emergent artists with an articulate, conceptual artistic discourse, while at the same time documenting and exhibiting internationally the conceptualist and experimental practice of insufficiently known Romanian artists that were active in the second part of the 20th century until present.

Bucharest www.ivangallery.com Director: Marian Ivan

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Paul Neagu, Gradually Going Tornado, 1976 b/w photograph, 20 x 25 cm, © the Estate of Paul Neagu, all rights reserved, DACS

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JAHN UND JAHN

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Heinz Butz (b. 1925, Germany) Lives and works in Munich Imi Knoebel (b. 1940, Germany) Lives and works in Dusseldorf Olaf Metzel (b. 1952, Germany) Lives and works in Munich Navid Nuur (b. 1976, Iran) Lives and works in The Hague

Karel Appel Thomas Arnolds Willi Baumeister Pauline Beaudemont Karl Bohrmann Lutz Braun Sebastian Dacey Matthias Dornfeld Hedwig Eberle Georg Fuchssteiner Ioan Grosu Julius Heinemann Per Kirkeby Konrad Klapheck Barry Le Va Markus Lüpertz Ernst Wilhelm Nay Hermann Nitsch Albert Oehlen Kirsten Ortwed A. R. Penck Erwin Pfrang Gerhard Richter Friedrich G. Scheuer Al Taylor Rudi Tröger Alexi Tsioris Stefan Vogel Troels Wörsel

In 2017, Fred Jahn and Matthias Jahn’s galleries merged to form Galerie Jahn und Jahn. Founded in 1978, the focus of Galerie Fred Jahn has remained on drawings and other works on paper by internationally renowned artists, such as Georg Baselitz, Per Kirkeby, Imi Knoebel, Gerhard Richter and Fred Sandback. Matthias Jahn opened his gallery in 2008, concentrating on young artists from Günther Förg’s milieu. The gallery later expanded its programme to also engage with international contemporary art.

Munich www.jahnundjahn.com Directors: Tim Geissler, Christiane Friese

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Navid Nuur, The Tuners (diptych), 2005-2017 mixed media on canvas, 100 x 89 cm each, photo: def image

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RODOLPHE JANSSEN

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Marcel Berlanger (b. 1965, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Bram Bogart (1921, Netherlands – Belgium, 2012) Douglas Eynon (b. 1989, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Brussels Louisa Gagliardi (b. 1989, Switzerland) Lives and works in Zurich Kendell Geers (b. 1968, South Africa) Lives and works in Brussels Sanam Khatibi (b. 1979, Iran) Lives and works in Brussels Thomas Lerooy (b. 1981, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Sam Moyer (b. 1983, United States of America) Lives and works in Brooklyn Gert & Uwe Tobias (b. 1973, Romania) Live and work in Cologne Lisa Vlaemminck (b. 1992, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Léon Wuidar (b. 1938, Belgium) Lives and works in Liège

David Adamo Davide Balula Genesis Belanger Ellen Berkenblit Walead Beshty Lucas Blalock Elaine Cameron-Weir Lynne Cohen Wim Delvoye Charles Harlan Uwe Henneken Sean Landers Chris Martin Adam McEwen Marlo Pascual David Ratcliff Sally Ross Torbjørn Rødland Sam Samore * Emily-Mae Smith Betty Tompkins Banks Violette

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52

Rodolphe Janssen founded his gallery in Brussels in 1991, and has since organised over 200 exhibitions and participated in many leading international art fairs, such as BRAFA, MIART, Art Brussels, Frieze New York, Art Dusseldorf and Art Basel Miami Beach. Photography was initially Rodolphe Janssen’s main focus, but his scope has widened. Today, the gallery covers a number of disciplines and different generations of artists.

Brussels www.rodolphejanssen.com Directors: Rodolphe Janssen, Julie Senden

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Sam Moyer, Payne, 2018 oil on bristol, 15 x (61 x 48.3 cm), © the Artist, courtesy of Galerie Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels

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RODOLPHE JANSSEN Artist at the fair Marcel Berlanger (b. 1965, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels

rodolphe janssen presents a SOLO booth by Belgian artist Marcel Berlanger, marking the publication of his new book, which completes and gathers a cycle of four exhibitions, entitled Fig. The cycle was initiated in 2014 at Emergent (Furnes) and continued in 2015 at IKOB, the contemporary Art Museum of the German-speaking Community of Belgium (Eupen), in 2016 at rodolphe janssen (Brussels), and concluded in 2017 at BPS22 (Charleroi). This project took shape after Berlanger’s meeting and collaboration with curator Maïté Vissault. Marcel Berlanger lives and works in Brussels. His work is included in several important collections, including M-Museum Leuven, Belgium; BPS22, Charleroi, Belgium; Musée d’Ixelles, Brussels; Domaine Départemental de Chamarande, France; Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles, Belgium, and the Foreign Affairs Collection in Belgium.

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Marcel Berlanger, Studio View, Š HV Photography

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GALERIE KANDLHOFER d.32

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Frauke Dannert (b. 1979, Germany) Lives and works in Cologne Rodrigo Valenzuela (b. 1982, Chile) Lives and works in Los Angeles

Simeon Barclay Malte Bruns Karl Karner Alina Kunitsyna Lindsay Lawson James English Leary Nana Mandl Grear Patterson Hannah Perry Maximilian Prüfer Markus Redl Patric Sandri Pier Stockholm

Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer is pleased to present two artists: the German artist Frauke Dannert and the Chilean artist Rodrigo Valenzuela. Dannert has exclusively devoted herself to the art of collage. These collages manifest themselves on paper, in wall paintings, carpet inlays, curtains, projections, films and photographs. Using staged scenes and digital interventions, Rodrigo Valenzuela’s photography, video and installation work is rooted in the contradictory traditions of documentary and fiction.

Vienna www.kandlhofer.com Director: Lisa Kandlhofer

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Rodrigo Valenzuela, American-type #7, 2018 archival pigment print, 111.8 x 137.2 cm, © Rodrigo Valenzuela

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KETELEER GALLERY

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Guillaume Bijl (b. 1946, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Leo Copers (b. 1947, Belgium) Lives and works in Wetteren Peter Land (b. 1966, Denmark) Lives and works in Copenhagen Koen Theys * (b. 1963, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels

Jan Fabre Phil Griffin David Lynch Fabien Mérelle Panamarenko Javier Pérez Jon Pilkington ROA Antoine Roegiers Rob Scholte Philippe Van Wolputte

* participating in the exhibition MONUMENTAL SCULPTURES, see p. 48

KETELEER GALLERY opened in Antwerp, Belgium, in 2012. It is run as a family business and translates this into a warm and welcoming environment with an open-door policy where young and established artists can be discovered by a large audience. The Next Door space offers a more dynamic programme, whereas Keteleer interacts with art books, lectures, installations and guest-curated shows. In 2019, a 3rd space, Bremdonck, will open in the middle of a forest, allowing for an extended connection with nature.

Antwerp www.keteleer.com Director: Frederick Keteleer

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Leo Copers, Lampadaire, 1974 fluorescent tube, marble, 36,5 x 45 x 150 cm, courtesy of the artist and Keteleer © mARTine

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PARISA KIND

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Hannes Michanek (b. 1979, Sweden) Lives and works in Frankfurt am Main

Julien Bismuth Mike Bouchet Isabelle Fein Zoi Gaitanidou Marcus Gundling Sayre Gomez Richard Jackson Hannah Levy Joep van Liefland Olaf Metzel Hannes Michanek Martin Neumaier Christoph von Weyhe

For Art Brussels 2019, we present a SOLO booth with a new body of oilon-canvas paintings and a sculpture by Swedish artist Hannes Michanek (born in Kristianstad in 1979). Michanek, who is based in Frankfurt/Main, studied at the Städelschule in Frankfurt and graduated in 2012 under Prof. Michael Krebber. His works are included in the collections of MMK Museum Frankfurt, DekaBank Collection, ECB Collection, Moderna Museet Stockholm, Commerzbank Collection and private collections.

Frankfurt-am-Main www.parisakind.de Directors: Parisa Bouchet, Alke Henkes

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Hannes Michanek, Dist Dance in Orbit, 2018 oil on canvas, brass elements, wood frame, 143,4 x 133,1 cm, © Galerie Parisa Kind

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KLEINDIENST

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Julius Hofmann * (b. 1983, Germany) Lives and works in Göttingen Walter Libuda (b. 1950, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin

Claudia Angelmaier Tilo Baumgärtel Christian Brandl Falk Gernegroß Henriette Grahnert Tobias Lehner Rosa Loy Sebastian Nebe Nadin Maria Rüfenacht Christoph Ruckhäberle Sebastian Speckmann Sebastian Stumpf Anett Stuth Steve Viezens Corinne von Lebusa

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52

Founded in 1995, Kleindienst is a pioneer in establishing Leipzig art and has contributed to shaping the contemporary German art scene. Since 2005, the gallery has been located at the Leipzig Spinnerei, a former cotton mill that has become an internationally-known art hotspot, and has become an important part of the German art world. The gallery’s exhibition programme includes contemporary art by well-known representatives of the New Leipzig School, including Tilo Baumgärtel, Rosa Loy and Christoph Ruckhäberle.

Leipzig www.galeriekleindienst.de Directors: Matthias Kleindienst, Christian Seyde

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Julius Hofmann, Chimaera, 2018 mixed media on paper, 70 x 100 cm, courtesy of Kleindienst Leipzig, photo: Uwe Walter Berlin

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KRINZINGER

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Marina Abramović (b. 1946, Serbia) Lives and works in New York Atelier Van Lieshout (est. in 1995, Netherlands) Live and work in Rotterdam Kader Attia (b. 1970, France) Lives and works in Paris and Berlin Martha Jungwirth (b. 1940, Austria) Lives and works in Vienna Brigitte Kowanz (b. 1957, Austria) Lives and works in Vienna Jonathan Meese (b. 1970, Japan) Lives and works in Berlin Hans Op de Beeck (b. 1969, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Joris Van de Moortel (b. 1967, Belgium) Lives and works in Hoboken Erik van Lieshout (b. 1968, Belgium) Lives and works in Rotterdam Jannis Varelas (b. 1977, Greece) Lives and works in Athens, Vienna and Los Angeles Lois Weinberger (b. 1947) Lives and works in Vienna Thomas Zipp (b. 1966, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin

Nader Ahriman, Gottfried Bechtold, Günter Brus, Chris Burden, Johanna Calle, Andy Coolquitt, István Csákány, Angela de la Cruz , Christian Eisenberger, Abdulnasser Gharem, Franz Graf, Sakshi Gupta, Secundino Hernández, Waqas Khan, Zenita Komad, Valery Koshlyakov, Angelika Krinzinger, Oleg Kulik, Ulrike Lienbacher, Rosmarie Lukasser, Erik van Lieshout, Maha Malluh, Bjarne Melgaard, Shintaro Miyake, Otto Muehl, Hermann Nitsch, Donna Ong, Meret Oppenheim, Bernd Oppl, Goran Petercol, Werner Reiterer, Eva Schlegel, Erik Schmidt, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Christian Schwarzwald, Mithu Sen, Sudarshan Shetty, Daniel Spoerri, Alfred Tarazi, Frank Thiel, Martin Walde, Mark Wallinger, Zhang Ding

Galerie Krinzinger was founded in 1971 and organised since then over 500 exhibitions of national and international artists. The main interest and source of the gallery programme stems from international performance and body-related art (Chris Burden, Paul McCarthy, Marina Abramović) based originally on Viennese Actionism (Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Günter Brus, Hermann Nitsch, Otto Muehl). Moreover the gallery runs four residency programmes and has consistently worked with young artists for years.

Vienna www.galerie-krinzinger.at Directors: Ursula Krinzinger, Thomas Krinzinger

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Jannis Varelas, Boy in his Room, 2018 oil, oil crayon, acrylic, pastel, gouache, marker and gesso on canvas, 240 x 210 cm, © Galerie Krinzinger and the artist

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IRÈNE LAUB

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José Pedro Croft (b. 1957, Portugal) Lives and works in Lisbon Gauthier Hubert (b. 1961, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Athina Ioannou (b. 1969, Greece) Lives and works in Dusseldorf Roeland Tweelinckx * (b. 1970, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerpen

Rui Calçada Bastos Eirene Efstathiou Pascal Haudressy Guðný Rósa Ingimarsdóttir Pedro A.H. Paixão Panos Papadopoulos Alessandro Piangiamore Jonathan Sullam Tatiana Wolska *

* participating in the exhibition MONUMENTAL SCULPTURES, see p. 48

Since 2016, Irène Laub Gallery exhibits established and emerging artists who are actively committed to questioning social, political and architectural spaces. The gallery is intended as an adaptable experimentation space, allowing the artists to stretch the boundaries of their chosen disciplines, either by testing and distorting the physical frame of the work itself, or by exploring its significance in the social sphere.

Brussels www.irenelaubgallery.com Director: Irène Laub

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José Pedro Croft, Untitled, 2019 mixed media over etching (aquatint, and dry point), 50 x 45 cm, courtesy of the Artist and Irène Laub Gallery

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ANTOINE LAURENTIN

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Willy Anthoons (Belgium, 1911 – 1982, France) François-Xavier Goddard (1912-1995, Belgium) Ferdinand Vonck (1921-2010, Belgium) André Willequet (1921-1981, Belgium)

Pierre Alechinsky Evelyne Axell Balder Pol Bury Alexander Calder Gaston Chaissac Sonia et Robert Delaunay Jean Dewasne Sam Francis Albert Gleizes Auguste Herbin Frantisek Kupka Fernand Léger Pol Mara Henri Michaux Aurelie Nemours Judit Reigl Reinhoud Joseph Sima Nicolas de Stall Raoul Ubac Paul van Hoeydonck Mi van Landuyt Geer et Bram van Velde Vasarely Jacques Verduyn Maria Helena Vieira da Silva

It is to the emblematic work of Zadkine that we owe the revival of wood sculpture in Belgium. The young generation of the 1940s watched the master who modernised the round-bump in a major way with great interest. In the post-war survival momentum, artists tried to rebuild Modern sculpture. Solid and monoxylic wood and direct cutting were Zadkine influences. Four sculptors are presented, major actors of this plasticity revival in Belgium: Willy Anthoons, François-Xavier Goddard, André Willequet and Ferdinand Vonck.

Paris Brussels www.galerie-laurentin.com Directors: Antoine Laurentin, Caroline Jouquey-Graziani, Carole Joyau

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Willy Anthoons, Désirs de l’homme, 1972 mérana, 183 x 30 x 20 cm, © Galerie Antoine Laurentin, droits réservés

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João Gabriel (b. 1992, Portugal) Lives and works in Caldas da Rainha

Joana da Conceição Richie Culver Josep Maynou Alice Morey Diana Policarpo Lorenzo Sandoval

João Gabriel is a young artist with a prolific painting practice centred on capturing erotic male figures in a world between figuration and abstraction. Often depicting moments of intimacy or tender encounters, his paintings deal with desire, loss and nostalgia. Gabriel’s recent work departs from vintage gay porn movies of the 1970s. While suggestive, his paintings go beyond the act of representation itself and contribute to queer and homoerotic narratives in contemporary art today in connection to queer history.

Porto www.lehmannsilva.com Director: Mário Ferreira da Silva

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João Gabriel, Untitled, 2017 acrylic on canvas, 144 x 108 cm, photo: Floriano Morgado

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Etel Adnan (b. 1925, Lebanon) Lives and works in Paris Pierre Alechinsky (b. 1927, Belgium) Lives and works in Bougival Marc Desgrandchamps (b. 1960, France) Lives and works in Lyon Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985, France) Barry Flanagan (1941, United Kingdom – Spain, 2009) Sarah Grilo (1919, Argentina – Spain, 2007) David Hockney (b. 1937, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Los Angeles Jean-Baptiste Huynh (b. 1966, France) Lives and works in Paris Samuel Levi Jones (b. 1978, United States of America) Lives and works in Indianapolis David Nash (b. 1945, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Blaenau Ffestiniog, Wales Ernest Pignon-Ernest (b. 1942, France) Lives and works in Paris Jaume Plensa (b. 1955, Spain) Lives and works in Barcelona Kiki Smith (b. 1945, Germany) Lives and works in New York Barthélémy Toguo (b. 1967, Cameroon) Lives and works in Paris and Bandjoun Fabienne Verdier (b. 1962, France) Lives and works in Paris

Ramazan Bayrakoğlu Boomoon James Brown Eduardo Chillida Nicola De Maria Leonardo Drew Günther Förg Andy Goldsworthy Jane Hammond Rebecca Horn Phillip King Konrad Klapheck Jannis Kounellis Nalini Malani Ana Mendieta Henri Michaux Joan Miró Arnulf Rainer Sean Scully Kate Shepherd Nancy Spero Antoni Tàpies Juan Uslé Jan Voss

Paris  New York www.galerie-lelong.com Directors: Jean Frémon, Patrice Cotensin, Mary Sabbatino

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Fabienne Verdier, Rafale, 2018 acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 106 x 90 cm, © Fabienne Verdier, courtesy of Galerie Lelong & Co.

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Anita Witek (b. 1970, Austria) Lives and works in Vienna

Shaun C. Badham Anna Baumgart Filip Berendt Bożenna Biskupska Sława Harasymowicz Marie Jeschke Małgorzata Markiewicz Joanna Rajkowska Su Richardson Marek Szczęsny Karen Tang Anita Witek Tatiana Wolska

Anita Witek’s art’s dynamism conveys a medium specific type of sculptural installation. It’s a netherworld of flatness and threedimensionality that playfully activates spatial arrangements where the body traverses between architectonic realism and an abstract void. Reset, initially a series of photomontages conceived from historical book cuttings, now worked into a setup of what the original images were divested of: lamp shades, wallpapers, folding screens and images on the walls.

London www.letrangere.net Directors: Joanna Gemes

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Anita Witek, Reset SOS #B09, 2016/2019 c-type print, 120 x 150 cm, © Anita Witek

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Haseeb Ahmed (b. 1985, United States of America) Lives and works in Brussels Amélie Bouvier (b. 1982, France) Lives and works in Brussels Marcin Dudek (b. 1979, Poland) Lives and works in Brussels TR Ericsson (b. 1972, United States of America) Lives and works in New York and Cleveland Andrea Éva Győri (b. 1985, Hungary) Lives and works in Maastricht & Berlin

Sean Crossley Petr Davydtchenko Willehad Eilers Jeroen Jongeleen Ella Littwitz Jordan Seiler Radek Szlaga

In 2019, Harlan Levey Projects presents abstract and representational works dealing with empowerment, transformation and cultural heritage. Works by Haseeb Ahmed, Amélie Bouvier, Marcin Dudek, TR Ericsson and Andrea Éva Györi is shown.

Brussels www.hl-projects.com Directors: Harlan Levey, Winnie Kwok

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TR Ericsson, Dodge Dart, 2019 powdered paint pigment, resin and alcoholic cocktail, 40.6 x 30.5 cm, © Harlan Levey Projects & TR Ericsson

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HARLAN LEVEY PROJECTS Artist at the fair Emmanuel Van der Auwera * (b. 1982, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels * participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52

Emmanuel Van der Auwera researches specialised image production techniques and intervenes with their protocols, constructing new paradigms for reading and understanding our relationship to images. Advertised as the world’s ‘sixth sense’, thermal imaging offers precise surveillance for a range of uses – firefighting, navigation, safety and law enforcement, pest control and medical diagnostics. Used to sell the latest technology to military contractors, the footage in VideoSculpture XX (The World’s 6th Sense) flaunts the thermographic camera’s skills at capturing detail and range, yet paints a phantasmal portrait of the Las Vegas Strip, drained of its colour and camp. Van der Auwera’s VideoSculpture emerges as both an image and image hunter, surveying from the sniper’s tower.

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Emmanuel Van der Auwera, VideoSculpture XX (The World’s 6th Sense), 2019 triptych of LCD screens with tripods and plexiglass, various dimensions, edition of 2 + 1 AP © Harlan Levey Projects & Emmanuel Van der Auwera

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LIANG GALLERY Artist at the fair BLACK AND WHITE PROJECT Chia-Wei Hsu (b. 1983, Taiwan) Lives and works in Taipei

Chia-Wei Hsu’s new project Black and White (2018) includes two artworks: ‘Black and White – Giant Panda’ and ‘Black and White – Malayan Tapir’. These works reflect on history and politics from the perspective of black-and-white animals.

Taipei www.lianggallery.com Directors: YU, Yen-Liang

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Chia-Wei Hsu, The Adult Malayan Tapir is Surrounded by Mountains, 2019 metal bracket, c-print on canvas, 14.5 x 99 x 133.5 cm, © Liang Gallery

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A SCIENTIFIC SENSIBLE APPROACH OF ART

Marcos Avila Forero Denicolai & Provoost Angela Detanico/ Rafael Lain Lise Duclaux Maria Friberg Pierre Gerard Aïda Kazarian Sébastien Lacomblez Adrien Lucca Yoann Van Parys VOID

Nicolas Floc’h (b. 1970, France) Lives and works in Paris Pep Vidal (b. 1980, Spain) Lives and works in Barcelona Curators: Natacha Mottart / Christophe Veys

Since September 2016, Natacha Mottart and Olivier Legrain have developed a programme focused on national and international artists from career trajectories whose works bear witness to the concerns of a world in the making. Our programme seeks to promote dialogue between different areas of knowledge, such as science, history, literature and politics. LMNO is also a gallery in which young artists find themselves experimenting with their aesthetic development in relation to environmental questions and societal issues.

Brussels www.lmno.be Director: Natacha Mottart

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Pep Vidal, Flat flatness almost flat really, flat, 2017 Exhibition view at LMNO, Š Philippe Degobert

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RON MANDOS

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Daniel Arsham * (b. 1980, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Mohau Modisakeng (b. 1986, South Africa) Lives and works in Cape Town Hans Op de Beeck (b. 1969, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Troika (Eva Rucki, Conny Freyer, Sebastien Noel) (est. in 2003) Live and work in London

Sebastiaan Bremer Aldo van den Broek Ron van der Ende Esiri Erheriene-Essi Kendell Geers Anthony Goicolea Ivan Grubanov Inti Hernandez Rob Johannesma Isaac Julien Krištof Kintera Arthur Kleinjan Ine Lamers Katinka Lampe Ryan McGinness Geert Mul Muntean/Rosenblum Renato Nicolodi Jacco Olivier Renie Spoelstra Boris Tellegen Esther Tielemans Levi van Veluw Bouke de Vries Hans Wilschut

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52

One of the most prominent galleries in the Netherlands, gallery Ron Mandos represents acclaimed artists and discovers new talents. With works by top artists Daniel Arsham, Hans Op de Beeck, Mohau Modisakeng and Troika, it shows some of the most interesting artistic currents of the moment. Ranging from photography to sculpture and installation, the works deal with the fragility of constructs on which early 21st-century society is based. The resulting works range from the political to the nostalgic.

Amsterdam www.ronmandos.nl Directors: Ron Mandos, Nick Majoor

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Mohau Modisakeng, Untitled (Zion 1), 2018 Diasec, pigment print on Platine Fibre RAG, 135 x 170 cm, courtesy of the Artist and Galerie Ron Mandos, Amsterdam

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Elias Cafmeyer (b. 1990, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Maika Garnica (b. 1992, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp

Leyla Aydoslu Ksenia Galiaeva Adrien Tirtiaux Kristof Van Gestel Karl Van Welden Sarah Westphal Nicolás Lamas

Mariondecanière has invited two promising young artists, Maika Garnica and Elias Cafmeyer, to introduce you to their latest creations. Although they do not share similar formal artistic convictions, they undoubtedly have corresponding social commitments. Their presentation at Art Brussels is their first encounter.

Antwerp www.mariondecanniere.com Director: Marion De Canniere

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Elias Cafmeyer, The world is in fact one big zoological garden (Detail of Europe), 2019 collage, painting, ca 300 x 400 cm, © Elias Cafmeyer, photo: Tomas Uyttendaele

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Kayode Ojo (b. 1990, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

The Estate of Dan Asher Michel Auder Sofi Brazzeal Alex Chaves Tyree Guyton JPW3 Jennie Jieun Lee Justin Lieberman Agnes Lux Jory Rabinovitz Nicolas Roggy Aura Rosenberg Jessica Vaughn The Estate of Kathleen White & The Sánchez-White Archives

Since opening in 2007, Martos Gallery has been a creative platform for internationally renowned artists, working in a variety of media. The gallery has organised exhibitions met with critical acclaim – notably those by Michel Auder, Jessica Vaughn, and Alex Chaves – and nurtured emerging artists, including Sofi Brazzeal, Tyree Guyton and Kayode Ojo. In addition to a set roster of living artists, the gallery also represents The Estate of Dan Asher and The Estate of Kathleen White and the Sánchez-White Archives.

New York www.martosgallery.com Directors: Ebony L. Haynes

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Kayode Ojo, No. 5 The film (Burgundy Velvet), 2018 mixed media, 24 x 51⅛ x 21⅛ in.

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MARTOS GALLERY Artist at the fair Kayode Ojo (b. 1990, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

Kayode Ojo’s work exudes opulence in a guise that belies his conceptual practice, which begins by sourcing every component from e-commerce websites to obscure perfumeries. Though fantastical and strange, the work does not attempt to distract from reality, rather, it points to the dangers of axioms, and markedly remains transparent. Ojo received a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2012. Selected exhibitions include: Equilibrium, Martos Gallery, New York; Running on Empty, And Now, Dallas; Betrayal, Galerie Balice Hertling, Paris; and Closer, Sweetwater, Berlin.

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Kayode Ojo, Closed Audition: Boohoo Plus Verity Slinky Plunge Split Maxi Dress, 2018 c-print mounted on museum board, 43⅞ x 31⅞ x 1.8125 in.

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MARUANI MERCIER

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Ross Bleckner (b. 1949, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Justin Brice Guariglia (b. 1974, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Ron Gorchov (b. 1930, United States of America) Lives and works in Brooklyn Peter Halley (b. 1953, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Paul Kremer (b. 1971, United States of America) Lives and works in Houston Jonathan Lasker (b. 1948, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Mathieu Mercier (b. 1970, France) Lives and works in Paris Arne Quinze (b. 1971, Belgium) Lives and works in Sint-Martens-Latem George Shaw (b. 1966, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Devon Gavin Turk * (b. 1967, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Hank Willis Thomas (b. 1976, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

Francesco Clemente Eric Fischl Lyle Ashton Harris Titus Kaphar Manuel Mathieu McDermott & McGough Philip Taaffe Wendy White Sue Williams

* participating in the exhibition MONUMENTAL SCULPTURES, see p. 48

Since opening its doors in 1995, Maruani Mercier has focussed on established American artists from the 1980s. Representing over 20 artists, it maintained a long-term representation of influential artists such as Ross Bleckner, Francesco Clemente, Peter Halley, Jonathan Lasker, and Sue Williams. The gallery developed its programme with established artists like Lyle Ashton Harris, Hank Willis Thomas, and Gavin Turk, while supporting emerging artists like Manuel Mathieu, Jaclyn Conley, and Justin Brice Guariglia

Brussels Knokke  Zaventem www.maruanimercier.com Directors: Serge Maruani, Laurent Mercier

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Hank Willis Thomas, Labor, 2019 screenprint on retroreflective vinyl, mounted on Dibond, 142 x 122 cm, © Maruani Mercier and the artist

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MARUANI MERCIER Artist at the fair Jaclyn Conley (b. 1979, United States of America) Lives and works in New Haven

In the series of paintings All The President’s Children, Jaclyn Conley references the archived photographs of First Ladies and Presidents sourced from Presidential Library collections in order to reimagine the American First Family as a symbol of the ‘American ideal’. Rather than creating a likeness, she uses the materiality of paint to communicate an inability to recognise these photographic images of the idyllic American life in contrast to the ever-present coverage of national conflicts and internal divisions.

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Jaclyn Conley, Christmas Pageant, 2018 oil on panel, 152.4 x 152.4 cm, © Maruani Mercier and the artist

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MARIO MAURONER

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Jan Fabre (b. 1958, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Lionel Favre (b. 1980, Switzerland) Lives and works in Vienna FERRO (b. 1953, Germany) Lives and works in Munich Kendell Geers (b. 1968, South Africa) Lives and works in Brussels LAb[au] (est. 1997, Belgium) Live and work in Brussels Philip Mentzingen (b. 1976, Austria) Lives and works in Vienna Barthélémy Toguo (b. 1967, Cameroon) Lives and works in Paris José Yaque (b. 1985, Cuba) Lives and works in Havana

Carlos Aires Baltazar Torres Alain Biltereyst Jean-Charles Blais Pedro Calapez Carmen Calvo Tony Cragg Fred Eerdekens Manfred Erjautz Paolo Grassino Alfred Haberpointner Markus Hofer Nicolas Kozakis Irina Ojovan Bruno Peinado Javier Pérez Jaume Plensa Fabrizio Plessi RaumZeitPiraten Bernardí Roig Anneliese Schrenk Michael Schuster Catalina Swinburn Pedro Tyler Juan Uslé Joana Vasconcelos Bernar Venet Anastasiya Yarovenko Vadim Zakharov

Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art was founded 1972 in Salzburg by Mario & Waltraud Mauroner. After more than 40 years of international experience, realizing over 500 exhibitions and participating at international art fairs, e.g. ARCO Madrid, Art Basel, Art Brussels, Art Cologne, Art Dubai, FIAC, etc., in 2004 an additional 700m2 of exhibition space on two levels was opened in Vienna, offering spectacular space for the presentation of various projects and artworks, including largescale sculptures.

Vienna Salzburg www.galerie-mam.com Directors: Mario A. Mauroner, Waltraud Mauroner

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Jan Fabre, The Naked Metamorphosis (Achilles and the Tortoise), 2012 sculpture, 82 x 118 x 162 cm, © Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art Salzburg

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Mario Dellavedova (b. 1958, Italy) Lives and works in Taxco, Mexico Peter Halley (b. 1953, New York) Lives and works in New York Pe Lang (b. 1974, Switzerland) Lives and works in Berlin Ariel Cabrera Montejo (b. 1982, Cuba) Lives and works in New York David Salle (b. 1952, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

William Anastasi Devendra Banhart Carlo Benvenuto Ross Bleckner Céleste Boursier-Mougenot Sandro Chia Enzo Cucchi Agostino Di Scipio Christian Fogarolli Stefano Graziani Douglas Henderson Mark Innerst Christina Kubisch Robert Longo Rafael Megall Luigi Ontani Mimmo Paladino Donato Piccolo Roberto Pugliese Oscar Santillán Michele Spanghero Franco Vaccari

Founded in the 1970s by Emilio Mazzoli, Galleria Mazzoli represents some of the most important artists of the last few decades. It found international success promoting the Transavanguardia movement and held the world’s first solo exhibition by Jean Michel Basquiat in 1981. In 2009, Mario Mazzoli opened a new space in Berlin. Since then, Mazzoli Berlin has broadened the gallery’s horizon to include new media, with particular focus on works in which sound is a crucial structural element.

Berlin Modena www.galleriamazzoli.com Directors: Mario Mazzoli, Emilio Mazzoli

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Mario Dellavedova, Das Kapital, 2002 c-print mounted on Dibond, 100 x 100 cm, © the artist and GM

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GRETA MEERT

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Katinka Bock (b. 1976, Germany) Lives and works in Paris Edith Dekyndt (b. 1960, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels and Berlin Stef Driesen (b. 1966, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Nathalie Du Pasquier * (b. 1957, France) Lives and works in Milan Jean-Luc Moulène (b. 1955, France) Lives and works in Paris Pieter Vermeersch (b. 1973, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels and Torino Joe Zorrilla (b. 1982, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles

Carla Accardi, Robert Adams, Dennis Adams, Maria Airo, Carl Andre, John Baldessari, Robert Barry, Gianfranco Baruchello, Eric Baudelaire, Inaki Bonillas, Enrico Castellani, Hanne Darboven, MariaAnna Dewes, Jan Dibbets, Johannes Esper, Sylvie Eyberg, Suzan Frecon, Isa Genzken, Jef Geys, Robert Grosvenor, Shirley Jaffe, Mimmo Jodice, Peter Joseph, Donald Judd, Melissa Kretschmer, Louise Lawler, Sherrie Levine, Sol LeWitt, Francesco Lo Savio, Ken Lum, Robert Mangold, Eva Marisaldi, Liliana Moro, Anne Neukamp, Tobias Putrih, Fred Sandback, Walter Swennen, Grazia Toderi, Niele Toroni, Richard Tuttle, Catharina van Eetvelde, Michael Venezia, Didier Vermeiren, Jeff Wall, Ian Wallace

* Designer of the ART BRUSSELS BAG, see p. 25

Over the past 30 years, Galerie Greta Meert established itself as one of Brussels’ leading contemporary art galleries. Located in the centre of Brussels, the gallery occupies a five-story Art Nouveau building designed by Louis Bral and renovated for the gallery by renowned Belgian architects Hilde Daem and Paul Robbrecht. Since 2012, three floors of the building are dedicated to exhibitions, making it possible to maintain an expanded exhibition schedule.

Brussels www.galeriegretameert.com Directors: Greta Meert, Frédéric Mariën

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Nathalie Du Pasquier, Un plan, 2018 oil on canvas, 150 x 150 cm, © the artist and Galerie Greta Meert

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Artists at the fair Ignasi Aballí (b. 1958, Spain) Lives and works in Barcelona Lieven De Boeck (b. 1971, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Hreinn Fridfinnsson (b. 1943, Iceland) Lives and works in Amsterdam Adam Henry (b. 1974, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Nicolás Lamas (b. 1980, Peru) Lives and works in Brussels Chaim van Luit (b. 1985, Netherlands) Lives and works in Maastricht Benoît Maire (b. 1978, France) Lives and works in Bordeaux Jorge Méndez Blake (b. 1974, Mexico) Lives and works in Guadalajara Claudio Parmiggiani (b. 1943, Italy) Lives and works in Parma Evariste Richer (b. 1969, France) Lives and works in Paris Kelly Schacht (b. 1983, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Jannis Schroeder (b. 1989, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin José María Sicilia (b. 1953, Spain) Lives and works in Madrid Thu Van Tran (b. 1979, Vietnam) Lives and works in Paris Maarten Vanden Eynde (b. 1977, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Leon Vranken (b. 1975, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp

In 2008, Olivier Meessen and Jan De Clercq established a new platform dedicated to contemporary art in Brussels. The gallery occupies three floors in a house built in 1911, where both solo exhibitions and curated group shows are organized. Publishing catalogues and editions in close collaboration with the artists is also part of the mission.

Brussels www.meessendeclercq.be Directors: Olivier Meessen, Jan De Clercq

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Benoît Maire, Peinture de nuages, 2017 oil on canvas, 200 x 150 cm, courtesy of the artist and Meessen De Clercq, Brussels

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MEESSEN DE CLERCQ Artist at the fair Lieven De Boeck (b. 1971, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels

One of the features of Lieven De Boeck’s work is the way he continuously creates meaning between works dealing with the universal and the individual, between national and personal identity. At the centre of his solo project, a large billboard is placed, rendering passage to the other side of the booth difficult. When activated, it alternately reveals and hides this other side. Works on the wall show different motifs from Native American fabrics printed on a ground of dollar bills. In a time when borders are at the heart of the concept of identity, Lieven De Boeck emphasises the evolving character of identity and shows how ‘the border’ is a state of mind.

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Lieven De Boeck, American Bond / A Yard 2, 2018 100 one dollar notes, brass, 130 x 92,3 cm, courtesy of the artist and Meessen De Clercq, Brussels

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Paloma Bosquê (b. 1982 Brazil) Lives and works in São Paulo Matthew Lutz-Kinoy (b. 1984, United States of America) Lives and works in Paris Paulo Nazareth (b. 1977, Brazil) Lives and works in Belo Horizonte Otobong Nkanga (b. 1974, Nigeria) Lives and works in Antwerp Solange Pessoa (b. 1961, Brazil) Lives and works in Belo Horizonte Rubem Valentim (1922-1991, Brazil)

Lucas Arruda Neïl Beloufa Sofia Borges Nina Canell Mariana Castillo Deball Adriano Costa Dadamaino Michael Dean Anna Bella Geiger Deyson Gilbert Sonia Gomes Francesco João Runo Lagomarsino Patricia Leite Fernando Marques Penteado Paulo Monteiro Iulia Nistor Antonio Obá Marina Perez Simão Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa Letícia Ramos Celso Renato Luiz Roque Giangiacomo Rossetti Kishio Suga Roberto Winter Francesca Woodman

Mendes Wood DM was founded in 2010 with the intent to exhibit international and Brazilian artists in a context conducive to critical dialogue and cross-pollination. Central to the gallery’s programme is its concern for regional differences and individualisation while fostering cosmopolitanism and collaboration. Inspired by a belief that artistic practices broaden the scope of human agency and have the power to both touch and change the world, the gallery cultivates a programme premised on conceptualism, political resistance and intellectual rigour.

São Paulo  Brussels  New York www.mendeswooddm.com

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Paulo Nazareth, Sem título, da série Objetos para tampar o Sol de seus olhos, 2010 photo printing on cotton paper, 90 x 60 cm, © Mendes Wood DM São Paulo, Brussels and New York

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MENDES WOOD DM Artist at the fair Daniel Steegmann Mangrané (b. 1977, Spain) Lives and works in Rio de Janeiro

The Brazilian rainforest is one of the world’s most valuable treasures. Yet it is also one of the fastest disappearing ecosystems on Earth. For Rio de Janeiro-based Catalan artist, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané (b. 1977), the Mata Atlântica – a rainforest stretching along the Atlantic coast of Brazil – has long been the focus for much of his work. Inspired by Amerindian cosmologies, Steegmann Mangrané challenges the binary oppositions that regulate Western ontologies, such as the object versus subject or nature versus culture dichotomies, by creating situations in which he pairs seemingly inverse elements. Set apart by a metal curtain, Steegmann Mangrané has created an immersive environment evocative of the Mata Atlântica. Placing sculptural works sourced from natural materials alongside photographic works depicting luscious vegetation of the rainforest, the artist blurs the distinction between organic and geometric shapes, inviting us to look at the world from another perspective.

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Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Masks, 2012 Abajá tree leaves and gold leaf, 23,5 x 7,5 cm, © Mendes Wood DM São Paulo, Brussels and New York

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Louise Bonnet (b. 1970, Switzerland) Lives and works in Los Angeles Andreas Breunig (b. 1983, Germany) Lives and works in Dusseldorf André Butzer (b. 1973, Germany) Lives and works in Altadena Bendix Harms (b. 1967, Germany) Lives and works in Hamburg Alessandro Pessoli (b. 1963, Italy) Lives and works in Los Angeles Jana Schröder (b. 1983, Germany) Lives and works in Dusseldorf Anke Weyer (b. 1974, Germany) Lives and works in New York

Michael Bauer Peter Bonde Polly Borland Ginny Casey Celeste Dupuy-Spencer Anna Fasshauer Tomasz Kowalski Jake Longstreth Jon Pylypchuk Blair Saxon-Hill Jan-Ole Schiemann Ben Sledsens Jansson Stegner Thomas Wachholz

Nino Mier Gallery was established in 2015 in West Hollywood with a focus on bringing an international programme to Los Angeles and building a cohesive roster of emerging and established artists. Having launched the careers of Jan-Ole Schiemann, Thomas Wachholz, and Jana Schröder, Nino Mier Gallery also represents mid-career artists such as André Butzer, Michael Bauer, Anke Weyer, and Anna Fasshauer.

Los Angeles  Cologne  www.miergallery.com  Directors: Nino Mier, Megan Mulrooney, Margaret Zuckerman

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André Butzer, Untitled, 2019 acrylic on canvas, 84 x 108 in, courtesy of the artist and Nino Mier Gallery

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Are Blytt (b. 1981, Norway) Lives and works in Oslo Patrick Carpentier (b. 1966, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Alice Cattaneo (b. 1976, Italy) Lives and works in Milan Nika Neelova (b. 1987, Russia) Lives and works in London Christine Ödlund (b. 1963, Sweden) Lives and works in Stockholm Giuseppe Stampone (b. 1974, Italy) Lives and works in Milan

Ofri Cnaani Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani Nikolaus Gansterer Katharina Hinsberg Rebecca Horn Alain Huck Santiago Reyes Villaveces Bernardí Roig Jorinde Voigt Maya Zack

MLF | Marie-Laure Fleisch opened in Rome in 2009 with an international vision of artistic production in which intellectual content is developed alongside aesthetics. Priority was initially given to works on paper, with the focus expanding in 2016 to include a larger range of media. The gallery is now based uniquely in Brussels, showing contemporary art by both from up-and-coming as well as mid-career international artists, many of whom have not yet been exhibited in Belgium.

Brussels www.galeriamlf.com Director: Marie-Laure Fleisch

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Christine Ödlund, Clorophilia, 2018 plant pigment (nettle, St. Johns wort, strawberry, thyme, madder, meadowsweet, mahogany, buchthorn, indigo), tempera and mixed binders on paper, 139 x 94.6 cm

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Magda Csutak (b. 1947, Romania) Lives and works in Vienna Tamás Waliczky (b. 1959, Hungary) Lives and works in Hong Kong

Carlos Aires Emese Benczúr Sári Ember András Ernszt Dénes Farkas Péter Forgács Tina Gverović István Haász Péter Mátyási Éva Mayer Marge Monko Radenko Milak & Roman Uranjek Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair Péter Somody Ottó Vincze András Wolsky

Ani Molnár Gallery has developed a high international profile and is a leading gallery in Budapest. The rich oeuvres of emerging and established artists, mainly from CEE region, stretch from painting to installation, video and computer art. The gallery represents artists who regularly exhibit at biennials, major institutions and top art fairs. Ani Molnár Gallery has a recurring presence at Art Brussels, this year displaying, among others, new media works by the artist representing Hungary at the Venice Biennale. 

Budapest www.molnaranigaleria.hu Director: Annamária Molnár

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Tamás Waliczky, Panorama Camera, 2017 computer graphic, 60 x 42 cm, courtesy of Ani Molnár Gallery

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ANNE MOSSERI-MARLIO c.27 PRIME

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Michelle Grabner (b. 1962, United States of America) Lives and works in Milwaukee Kristina Matousch (b. 1974, Sweden) Lives and works in Heberg Edda Renouf (b. 1943, Mexico) Lives and works in Washington Depot

Larry Bell Beth Campbell Lars Christensen Neil Clements Delphine Coindet Nils Erik Gjerdevik Per Mårtensson Minoru Onoda Meg Webster Stephen Willats Maria Magdalena Z’Graggen

Anne Mosseri-Marlio Galerie opened in 2008 with a solo show by Larry Bell, followed by other California and New York artists, and later exhibiting European and Japanese artists. We concentrate on conceptual, post-minimal, geometrical abstraction and Post WWII Japanese art. Our artists are not otherwise represented in Switzerland. We alternate solo and small group shows to enhance the dialogue among artists and the public. Our focus includes artists who were overshadowed by younger generations but have since regained attention.

Basel www.annemoma.com Director: Anne Mosseri-Marlio

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Michelle Grabner, Untitled, 2017 bronze, 131 x56 x13 cm, © Michelle Grabner

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MULIER MULIER

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Jack Early (b. 1962, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Anish Kapoor (b. 1954, India) Lives and works in London Bradley Kronz (b. 1986, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Takis (b. 1925, Greece) Lives and works in Athens Guy Van Bossche (b. 1952, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp

Art&Language Robert Mapplethorpe Panamarenko Sol LeWitt

Mulier Mulier was founded in 1988 by Erik Mulier and Luc Mulier. The gallery has exhibited modern and contemporary artists across historically significant movements, such as Arte Povera, Conceptual Art, Pop Art and Minimal Art. Its more than 30 years of expertise has helped shape many important Belgian collections. We work closely with emerging and established artists, including Panamarenko, Art & Language and Tadashi Kawamata. Our new space was designed by Anversa and is perfect for exhibiting large works and installations.

Knokke-Zoute www.muliermuliergallery.com Directors: Erik Mulier, Luc Mulier

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Anish Kapoor, Untitled, 1985 pigment on wooden construction, 110 x 200 x 110 cm

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MULIER MULIER Artist at the fair Tadashi Kawamata (b. 1953, Japan) Lives and works in Paris

Mulier Mulier will launch at Art Brussels the first part of the catalogue raisonnĂŠ of the maquettes (1980-2005) of Tadashi Kawamata. Visitors can read in the newly printed catalogue on the early maquettes of Kawamata presented at the fair.

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Tadashi Kawamata, Taipei, 2018 wood and paint on panel, 153 x 210 x 40 cm

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Anton Alvarez (b. 1980, Swedish-Chilean) Lives and works in Stockholm Kenneth Armitage (1916-2002, United Kingdom) Sara Barker (b. 1980, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Glasgow Anthony Caro (1924-2013, United Kingdom) Edmund de Waal (b. 1964, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Robyn Denny (1930-2014, United Kingdom) Nigel Hall (b. 1943, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975, United Kingdom) Gary Hume (b. 1962, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Henry Moore (1898-1986, United Kingdom) Victor Pasmore (1908-1998, United Kingdom) Katie Walker (b. 1969, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Pulborough

Phyllida Barlow Jacob van der Beugel Michael Craig-Martin Dorothy Cross Richard Deacon Angus Fairhurst Barry Flanagan Laura Ford Antony Gormley John Hubbard Allen Jones Christopher Le Brun PRA Jim Lambie Richard Long Johannes Nagel David Nash Will Nash Zak Ové Peter Randall-Page Eva Rothschild Conrad Shawcross Gavin Turk William Turnbull Charlotte Verity Alison Wilding Bill Woodrow Toby Ziegler

The New Art Centre specialises in 20th and 21st-century sculpture representing Estates of many artists including Barbara Hepworth. Founded in 1958 in London, the gallery gave many painters and sculptors their first exhibitions. Based at Roche Court, Wiltshire for over 20 years, it was the first sculpture park of its kind in the UK. We show sculpture across 24-hectares, with a diverse exhibition programme of modern and contemporary art in award-winning galleries including a recently opened space dedicated to design.

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Salisbury www.sculpture.uk.com Directors: Madeleine Bessborough, Stephen Feeke, Elly Hawley, Jessica Smith

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Barbara Hepworth, Maquette for Divided Circle (BH 478), Ed. 1 of 9, 1969 polished bronze with green patina, 40 x 40 x 10 cm, Barbara Hepworth © Bowness

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Goldin+Senneby (b. 1981+1971, Sweden) Live and work in Stockholm

Nora Al-Badri | Nikolai Nelles James Bridle Ingrid Burrington Paolo Cirio Cian Dayrit Marjolijn Dijkman Navine G. Khan-Dossos Khaled Hafez Matthew Plummer-Fernandez Kameelah Janan Rasheed Kirsten Stolle Xiyadie

NOME presents works from Goldin+Senneby’s interrogations of land ownership, the art market and artificial intelligence. These two prints are part of the Force Directed Predictions series. Each shows a correlation map visualizing factors correlating with price changes in the art market. The Plot (Utopia Bloemen) is presented for the first time, as a site-specific installation, composed of a box containing the title deed for a plot of land, a poem, stencils and charcoal for producing the wall drawings.

Berlin www.nomegallery.com Director: Luca Barbeni

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Goldin+Senneby, Force Directed Predictions, 2017 glass mounted c-print with engraved aluminum back, oak shelf, 110 x 90 cm each, © Goldin+Senneby, photo: Gianmarco Bresadola

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NOSBAUM REDING

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Stephan Balkenhol (b. 1957, Germany) Lives and works in Kassel and Meisenthal Marcel Berlanger (b. 1965, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Philippe Cognée (b. 1957, France) Lives and works in Nantes Christoph Meier (b. 1980, Austria) Lives and works in Vienna Manuel Ocampo (b. 1965, Philippines) Lives and works in Quezon City Barthélémy Toguo (b. 1967, Cameroon) Lives and works in Paris and Bandjoun

Sylvie Blocher Mike Bourscheid Aline Bouvy Damien Deroubaix Tina Gillen Sophie Jung Hubert Kiecol Rainier Lericolais Xavier Mary Wawrzyniec Tokarski Su-Mei Tse Maja Weyermann Jens Wolf Peter Zimmermann

Located in the historic centre of Luxembourg, Nosbaum Reding gallery operates two separate yet adjacent exhibition spaces allowing for simultaneous presentations. Since its inception in 2001 the gallery has focused on young artists from Luxembourg and neighbouring countries, shown alongside internationally established artists. With a strong emphasis on figurative and conceptual painting, its programme of exhibitions embraces a wide range of artistic practices.

Luxembourg www.nosbaumreding.lu Director: Alex Reding

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Barthélémy Toguo, Reforestation, 2018 ink on canvas, 200 x 200 cm, © Barthélémy Toguo, courtesy of the Artist and Nosbaum Reding, Luxembourg

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Rina Banerjee (b. 1963, India) Lives and works in New York Martin Barré (b. 1924-1993, France) Lives and works in Valérie Belin (b. 1964, France) Lives and works in Paris Benoît Maire (b. 1978, France) Lives and works in Paris Laure Prouvost * (b. 1978, France) Lives and works in Antwerp Fiona Rae (b. 1963, Hong Kong) Lives and works in London Sarkis (b. 1938, Turkey) Lives and works in Paris Wang Keping (b. 1949, China) Lives and works in Paris Jérôme Zonder (b. 1974, France) Lives and works in Paris

Brook Andrew Edgar Arceneaux Nu Barreto Carole Benzaken Guillaume Bresson Rosson Crow Luc Delahaye Jean Dewasne Patrick Faigenbaum Roland Flexner Josep Grau-Garriga Fabrice Hyber Shirley Jaffe Estate Seydou Keïta Sophie Kuijken Eugène Leroy Lu Chao Rodrigo Matheus Meuser Youssef Nabil Frank Nitsche Manuel Ocampo Shahpour Pouyan Jorge Queiroz Andres Serrano Lorna Simpson Jessica Stockholder Mickalene Thomas Nicola Tyson Joris van de Moortel Agnès Varda Brenna Youngblood Ni Youyu Xu Zhen by MadeIn Company

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52

Since 1993 in Paris (2008 in Brussels), the gallery has exhibited international emerging and established artists: Rina Banerjee, Lorna Simpson, Jessica Stockholder, Laure Prouvost, Andres Serrano, Mickalene Thomas and Wang Keping. Involved in the rediscovery of emblematical artists: Martin Barré, Josep Grau-Garriga, Shirley Jaffe, Eugène Leroy, Sarkis and Agnès Varda, it also accompanies the artists into institutional exhibitions: Rina Banerjee, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Martin Barré, Centre Pompidou...

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Paris Brussels www.nathalieobadia.com Directors: Anne-Laure Buffard, Charlotte Ketabi, Adrien de Rochebouët, Constance Dumas

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Laure Prouvost, This Means Tableau, 2018 tapestry, thread - provenance: Flanders Tapestries, Wielsbeke, Belgium, 290 x 425 cm, courtesy of the artist and Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris / Brussels

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ONIRIS FLORENT PAUMELLE

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Norman Dilworth (b. 1931, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Lille Vera Molnar (b. 1924, Hungary) Lives and works in Paris François Morellet (1926-2016, France) Aurelie Nemours (1910-2005, France)

Jean-Michel Alberola Pierre Antoniucci Geneviève Asse Ode Bertrand Christian Bonnefoi Frédéric Bouffandeau Alain Clement Philippe Cognee Gerhard Doehler Julije Knifer Walter Leblanc Soo-Kyoung Lee Didier Mencoboni François Perrodin Olivier Petiteau Jean-Pierre Pincemin Marine Provost Carole Rivalin Bruno Rousselot Marie-Thérèse Vacossin Claude Viallat

Opened in 1986 with an exhibition of work by François Morellet, over time, the Oniris gallery has become an influential player in contemporary art in western France. Representing a core group of thirty artists, Galerie Oniris is specialised in Abstraction from the French scene, primarily painting and sculpture. Since 2012, Florent Paumelle has been running the gallery founded 33 years ago by Yvonne Paumelle, his mother, in Rennes, Brittany.

Rennes www.oniris.art Director: Florent Paumelle

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Norman Dilworth, View from studio February 2019 left: X / right: 1.2.3.4.3.2., 2015-2018 left: corten steel / right: hardboard and graphit, 50 x 50 x 48 / 168 x 163 cm, © Christine Cadin

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O V PROJECT

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CUT – COPY – PASTE

Elias Hansen Gerrit Rietveld Ted Stam

Mohamed Bourouissa (b. 1978, Algeria) Lives and works in Paris Ray Johnson (1927-1995, United States of America) Philippe Jusforgues (b. 1967, France) Lives and works in Paris Paul Lee (b. 1974, United Kingdom) Lives and works in New York Richard Nonas (b. 1936, United States of America) Lives and works in New York John Stezaker (b. 1949, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Angel Vergara (b. 1958, Spain) Lives and works in Brussels Curator: Olivier Vrankenne

o v project, conceived by Olivier Vrankenne in 2017, is located in uptown Brussels. Our main objective is to confront various disciplines and artistic languages in a shared environment to generate a sense of curiosity and critical thinking. o v aims to create interactions and previously unseen connections between different artistic fields, based on mutual dialogues beyond traditional art histories.

Brussels www.ovproject.com Directors: Olivier Vrankenne, Audrey Christiaens

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Cut – Copy – Paste © M. Bucaille © M. Ernst © E. Hansen © R. Jonson © P. Jusforgues © JJ Lebel © P. Lee © R. Nonas © A. Vergara © P. Echauren

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PACT

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Ivana Basic (b. 1986, Serbia) Lives and works in New York Fin Simonetti (b. 1985, Canada) Lives and works in New York

Michael Bevilacqua Amy Brener Danny Ferrell Dorian Gaudin Ethan Greenbaum Emily Ludwig Shaffer Sarah Meyohas Manuel Scano Larrazàbal Tyler Thacker

For its second participation in Art Brussels, PACT is proud to present two women artists, with sculptures by Ivana Basic (Serbian, born in 1986) and drawings by Fin Simonetti (Canadian, born in 1985). Both have experiential and outward-looking practices that question metamorphosis, transformation and evolution. They meet at the intersection of real life, personal narratives and a purely imaginative space.

Paris www.galeriepact.com Directors: Charlotte Trivini, Pierre-Arnaud Doucède

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Ivana Basic, I too had thousands of blinking cilia, while my belly, new and made for the ground was being reborn, 2018 wax, breath, bronze, glass, oil paint, weight, stainless steel, pressure, 127 x 46 x 33 cm, edition of 3 + 1 A.P.

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GALERIE PAPILLON

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Berdaguer & Péjus (b. 1968 & 1969) Live and work in Marseille Cathryn Boch (b. 1968, France) Lives and works in Marseille Erik Dietman (Sweden, 1937 – 2002, France) Joël Kermarrec (b. 1939, Belgium) Lives and works in Paris

Grégoire Bergeret Günter Brus Gaëlle Chotard Céline Cléron Luka Fineisen Hreinn Fridfinnsson Lotta Hannerz Charles Le Hyaric Frédérique Loutz Javier Pérez Raphaëlle Peria David Raffini François Ribes Dieter Roth JC Ruggirello Elsa Sahal Linda Sanchez Jana Sterbak Didier Trenet Vassiliki Tsekoura VOID Tatiana Wolska

Galerie Papillon is recognised for its personal editorial line, its commitment to the French art scene and its sensitivity to drawing. Managed since 2007 by Marion Papillon, the gallery brings together artists who have a common sense of poetry, irony and boldness (E. Sahal, La Monnaie de Paris 2018; D. Trenet, Centre Pompidou 1997). The development of its team of artists also relies on foreign artists. Founded in 1989 by Claudine Papillon, the gallery benefits from historic collaborations with artists that became iconic.

Paris www.galeriepapillonparis.com Directors: Claudine & Marion Papillon

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Joël Kermarrec, Ange lune crâne sable, 1983-1985 oil on canvas, 200 x 200 cm, courtesy of Galerie Papillon

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POP/OFF/ART GALLERY

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Andris Eglitis (b. 1981, Latvia) Lives and works in Riga

Konstantin Batynkov, Vagrich Bakhchanyan, Vika Begalska, Erik Bulatov, Alexander Vilkin, Aleksander Golynsky, Evgeny Gorokhovsky, Andrey Grositsky, Yuri Zlotnikov, Julia Ivashkina, Nikolay Kasatkin, Marina Kastalskaya, Andrey Krasulin, Oleg Lang, Rostislav Lebedev, Angelina Merenkova, Irina Nakhova, Ivan Novikov, Margo Ovcharenko, Haralampi G.Oroshakoff, Anatoly Osmolovsky, Alexander Pankin, Arkady Petrov, Alexander Plusnin, Ivan Plusch, Vladimir Potapov, Vitaly Pushnitsky, Alexander Sigutin, Albert Soldatov *, Natasha Tarr, Despina Flessa, Vitaly Pushnitsky, Peter Riss, Alexandr Sigutin, O/O Tatarintsev, Kirill Chelushkin, Olga Chernysheva, Igor Chelkovski, Natasha Shulte, Vladimir Shinkarev, Vika Shumskaya, Vlad Yurashko

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52

pop/off/art gallery is one of the leading and most significant art galleries on the Russian contemporary art market. The gallery focuses on artists from Russia and Eastern European countries. The gallery is ranked among the top 5 Russian galleries according to Forbes magazine Russia and is listed in the top 500 Galleries of the World list (according to Blouin Artinfo). The gallery was founded by an art critic Sergey Popov in Moscow in 2004. In 2011, the gallery reopened its doors at Winzavod CCA – one of the central art clusters of Eastern Europe focusing on Moscow’s contemporary culture. Since 2015, the gallery occupies a new space specifically designed by the architect Alexander Brodsky. The gallery works with both well established and emerging artists. Today, pop/off/art represents artists like Erik Bulatov, Irina Nakhova, Rostislav Lebedev, Olga Chernysheva, Anatoly Osmolovsky, Vitaly Pushnitsky and artists of a younger generation like Vladimir Potapov, Ivan Plusch and Ivan Novikov.

Moscow www.popoffart.com Director: Liliana Marre

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Andris Eglitis, Untitled (from series RNP2VS), 2018 oil on canvas, 286 x 222 cm, courtesy of pop/off/art

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PROYECTOS MONCLOVA c.22 PRIME

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Adrien Missika (b. 1981, France) Lives and works in Berlin Yoshua Okón (b. 1970, Mexico) Lives and works in Mexico City Michael Sailstorfer (b. 1979, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin Anna Virnich (b. 1984, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin and Cologne

Gabriel de la Mora Helen Escobedo Julius Heinemann Robert C. Morgan Edgar Orlaineta Raúl Ortega Ayala Chantal Peñalosa Martin Soto Climent Tercerunquinto Eduardo Terrazas

Established in 2005, Proyectos Monclova is a contemporary art gallery that has become one of the most important forums for contemporary art in Mexico City. In 2015, the gallery embarked on a new direction to facilitate dialogues between Mexican and international artists from different generations. In addition to its committed exhibition programme and artist representation, the gallery publishes books and exhibition catalogues and participates in six international art fairs each year.

Ciudad de México www.proyectosmonclova.com Directors: Polina Stroganova, Teofilo Cohen

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Yoshua Okón, Canned Laughter, Evil, 2009 cans with headphones, variable sizes, © the artist and PROYECTOSMONCLOVA

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Artist at the fair Ištvan Išt Huzjan (b. 1981, Slovenia) Lives and works in Brussels

Thank You All for Coming documents an action marking Ištvan Išt Huzjan’s solo exposition at Proyectos Monclova in Mexico City, where he shook hands and spoke with visitors attending the opening. He presented himself to each of them and expressed his gratitude for their attendance and interest. Huzjan is an artist whose performances and sculptures create tension between opposing poles: avant-garde and neo-avant-garde, public and private, material and immaterial. The artist’s personal narrative facilitates his examination of different media, while also revealing his need to be on the move and explore the boundaries of media. His performances use simple actions, such as walking, to consider the distances between people and spaces. In these works, Ištvan Išt Huzjan muses on society, historical facts, geography and relationships between individuals.

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Ištvan Išt Huzjan, Thank you all for coming, 2019 photo documentation of a performance, 92 photographs; digital print, Ilford Smooth Pearl, 20x30 cm (each), © the artist and PROYECTOSMONCLOVA

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QG GALLERY Artist at the fair Georg Karl Pfahler (1926-2002, Germany)

Georg Karl Pfahler was an internationally recognised artist known for his innovative abstract geometric painting style. Focussing on the dynamic between shapes with a deeper relationship between space and colour, Pfahler became a thought leader and one of the first European artists to simultaneously work in action, Color Field painting and hard-edge painting. In 1965, Pfahler’s career achieves the international stage with the exhibition Signale in Basel (Switzerland), a prestigious group show in which his work is showed alongside Al Held, Elsworth Kelly, Kenneth Noland, and Jules Olitski. The following year, having gained his status as one of the leading European artists of his generation and supported by the curator Barnett Newman, he presented his first show in the United States, at the Fischbach Gallery in New York. Georg Karl Pfahler also represented Germany at the Venice Biennale in 1970 alongside Günther Uecker, Heinz Mack and Thomas Lenk; and at the São Paulo Biennale in 1981.

Brussels www.qg-gallery.com Director: Quentin Grosjean

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Georg Karl Pfahler, Dreitex II, 1964 acrylic on canvas, 160 x 141 cm, © Georg Karl Pfahler Estate and QG Gallery

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ALMINE RECH

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Todd Bienvenu (b. 1980, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Brian Calvin (b. 1969, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles Genieve Figgis (b. 1972, Ireland) Lives and works in Dublin Sylvie Fleury (b. 1961, Switzerland) Lives and works in Geneva Tarik Kiswanson (b. 1986, Sweden) Lives and works in Paris and Amman Joseph Kosuth (b. 1945, United States of America) Lives and works in New York and Rome Jan-Ole Schiemann (b. 1983, Germany) Lives and works in Cologne Turi Simeti (b. 1929, Italy) Lives and works in Milan Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille (b. 1974, Serbia & 1974, France) Live and work in South of France Chloe Wise (b. 1990, Canada) Lives and works in New York

Justin Adian, Ziad Antar, John M Armleder, Farah Atassi, Miquel Barceló, Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Matthias Bitzer, Joe Bradley, Don Brown, Agustín Cárdenas, Ha Chong-Hyun, George Condo, Johan Creten, Aaron Curry, Günther Förg, John Giorno, Mark Hagen, Gregor Hildebrandt, Ryoji Ikeda, Alex Israel, Marcus Jahmal, Kurt Kauper, Jeff Koons, Jannis Kounellis, Artur Lescher, Erik Lindman, Markus Lüpertz, John McAllister, John McCracken, Ernst Wilhelm Nay, Kenneth Noland, Peter Peri, Rudolf Polanszky, Richard Prince, Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Anselm Reyle, Matthieu Ronsse, Julian Schnabel, Joel Shapiro, Arlene Shechet, Taryn Simon, Vivian Springford, Chris Succo, Claire Tabouret, Kim Tschang-Yeul, James Turrell, De Wain valentine, Francesco Vezzoli, Brent Wadden, Tom Wesselmann, Franz West, Xu Qu

Almine Rech (est. Paris, 1997) was founded on a minimal and conceptual axis, representing such artists as James Turrell, John McCracken and Joseph Kosuth. The gallery’s mission to seek out new artists has grown to include Günther Förg, Alex Israel, Richard Prince, Julian Schnabel, Taryn Simon, among others. In 2008, Almine Rech inaugurated a space in Brussels. In 2014 the gallery opened in London and in 2016 in New York with an exhibition of Calder and Picasso.

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Brussels Paris London New York  www.alminerech.com  Directors: Lisa Boulet, Alexia van Eyll, Aurélia Chabrillat, Antoine Ferrand, Pierre El-Khoury, Jason Cori, Charles Libeert, Livia Carpeggiani, Paul de Froment, Ethan Buchsbaum

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Jan-Ole Schiemann, Phase Transition (RGB), 2018 ink and acrylic on canvas, 230 x 200 cm, courtesy of the Artist and Almine Rech, photo: Melissa Castro Duarte

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(RE)D. Artists at the fair PUT YOUR HAND IN MINE (AND DON’T LOOK BACK) Tim Breukers (b. 1985, Netherlands) Lives and works in Amsterdam Jean-Marie Bytebier (b. 1963, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Stijn Cole (b. 1978, Belgium) Lives and works in Chimay Damien De Lepeleire (b. 1965, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Hamid El Kanbouhi (b. 1976, Morocco) Lives and works in Amsterdam Maryam Najd (b. 1965, Iran) Lives and works in Antwerp Narcisse Tordoir (b. 1954, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Joan van Barneveld (b. 1978, Netherlands) Lives and works in Geleen Curator: Hilde Borgermans

In May 2019, (re)D. gallery in Antwerp celebrates its 10th anniversary with a festive group exhibition. As a prelude to this, a selection from that exhibition is being presented at Art Brussels. Hendrik Van De Weghe, owner and inspirational force behind the gallery, appointed artist and curator Hilde Borgermans to coordinate and curate the project. Hilde Borgermans holds an MFA and a post-graduate in curatorial studies from the School of Arts Ghent and served as assistant and apprentice for Jan Vercruysse.

Antwerp www.redgallery.be Director: Hendrik Van De Weghe

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MICHEL REIN

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Sébastien Bonin (b. 1977, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Jimmie Durham (b. 1940, United States of America) Lives and works in Berlin Ariane Loze * (b. 1988, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Michael Riedel (b. 1972, Germany) Lives and works in Frankfurt Edgar Sarin (b. 1989, France) Lives and works in Paris Anne-Marie Schneider (b. 1962, France) Lives and works in Paris Sophie Whettnall ** (b. 1973, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels

Maria Thereza Alves Jean-Pierre Bertrand A.K. Burns Michele Ciacciofera Jordi Colomer Abigail DeVille Didier Fiuza Faustino Dora Garcia Mathew Hale Christian Hidaka Jean-Charles Hue Armand Jalut Didier Marcel Stefan Nikolaev Dan Perjovschi Elisa Pône Mark Raidpere Enrique Ramírez Franck Scurti Allan Sekula Luca Vitone Raphaël Zarka

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52 ** participating in the exhibition MONUMENTAL SCULPTURES, see p. 48

Established in 1992, Michel Rein represents artists from different generations, French and international, established and emerging on a long term basis. The gallery organises exhibitions in two independent spaces. Michel Rein started a second space in Brussels in 2013 and is participating to FIAC since 1993.

Paris Brussels michelrein.com Directors: Alice Joubert-Nikolaev, Patrick Vanbellinghen

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Sophie Whettnall, La Banquise – Work in progress, 2019 artist’s studio, © Patrick Vanbellinghen

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REPETTO GALLERY

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Alighiero Boetti (1940-1994, Italy) Pier Paolo Calzolari (b. 1943, Italy) Lives and works in Lisbon Marco Di Giovanni (b. 1976, Italy). Lives and works in Imola and Valsava Lucio Fontana (1899, Argentina – Italy, 1968) Fausto Melotti (1901-1986, Italy) Giulio Paolini (b. 1940, Italy) Lives and works in Turin Alessandro Piangiamore (b. 1976, Italy) Lives and works in Rome Michelangelo Pistoletto (b. 1933, Italy) Lives and works in Biella Arcangelo Sassolino (b. 1967, Italy) Lives and works in Vicenza

Christo Luigi Ghirri Hans Hartung Maria Lai Georges Mathieu Takesada Matsutani Giorgio Morandi Sadamasa Motonaga Bruno Munari Carol Rama Andy Warhol

Founded in 2007, Repetto Gallery is a modern and contemporary art gallery located in Mayfair, London. It is actively engaged in promoting Arte Povera, in particular Boetti, Calzolari, Paolini and Pistoletto; Land Art, with Christo and Long; some of the greatest artists and photographers such as Fontana, Motonaga, Munari, Ghirri and Neshat. The historical artist of the gallery is Fausto Melotti, whose work Repetto Gallery presented at the important 2014 exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum in Venice.

London www.repettogallery.com Directors: Carlo and Saverio Repetto

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Michelangelo Pistoletto, Venere con la pipa, 1973 silkscreen on polished stainless steel mirror, 125 x 150 cm, edition of 60, © Repetto Gallery, London

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RONCHINI GALLERY

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Domenico Bianchi (b. 1955, Italy) Lives and works in Rome Samantha Bittman (b. 1982, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Gianpietro Carlesso (b. 1961, Italy) Lives and works in Cormons Katsumi Nakai (1927-2013, Japan) Paolo Serra (b. 1946, Italy) Lives and works in Castelleale di San Clemente Rebecca Ward (b. 1984, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

Adeline De Monseignat Berndnaut Smilde Beverly Fishman Franco Angeli Jacob Hashimoto Jens Wolf Massimo Vitali Richard Höglund Sean Lynch T.J. Dedeaux-Norris Ziggy Grudzinskas

Founded by Lorenzo Ronchini in 1992, the gallery evolved from years of private collecting. Since opening its doors it has been home to exhibitions exploring pioneering movements across a broad spectrum of contemporary artistic practice – including Minimalism, Spatialism, Conceptualism and Arte Povera – that continue to inform the gallery’s aesthetic today. Its 2012 relocation from Italy to the UK has allowed Ronchini Gallery to work with established and emerging artists who are predominantly new to London audiences.

London www.ronchinigallery.com Director: Lorenzo Ronchini

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Rebecca Ward, white morph, 2018 acrylic on silk, 60 x 45 in, 152.4 x 114.3 cm, courtesy of Ronchini Gallery and the artist

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ROSENFELD PORCINI

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Riccardo Guarneri (b. 1933, Italy) Lives and works in Florence

Roberto Almagno Teodora Axente Enrique Brinkmann Lu Chao Leonardo Drew Ndidi Emefiele Marianna Gioka Herbert Golser Sebastian Gordin Qingzhen Han Girjesh Kumar Singh Cesare Lucchini Keita Miyazaki Robert Muntean Pieter Obels Bongsu Park Nicola Samori Eduardo Stupia Levi van Veluw Ruozhe Xue

For the 2019 Art Brussels, Rosenfeld Porcini presents a selection of key works by Italian artist Riccardo Guarneri, covering the decades from the 1960s to the 1990s. An independent figure, and a precursor to much of the international contemporary artistic research which blossomed throughout the 1960s, Guarneri focused on a radically visual investigation built around the idea that mark, colour and light constitute the intrinsic essence of a work of art.

London www.rosenfeldporcini.com Director: Ian Rosenfeld

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Riccardo Guarneri, Giallo Sferico, 1969 watercolour and pastel on canvas, 70 x 65 cm

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THE RYDER PROJECTS d.30

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Artist at the fair

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Jaime Pitarch (b. 1963, Spain) Lives and works in Barcelona

Rosana Antolí Andrea Galvani William Mackrell

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52

Temporary collaboration: Jonas Lund*

The Ryder Projects is a contemporary art gallery located on Herald Street, East London. Concealed behind an industrial roller shutter, the space aims to provide a platform to emerging and mid-career artists, representing the work of Jaime Pitarch, William Mackrell, Rosana Antolí and Andrea Galvani. With a strong focus on performance and processbased works, the exhibition programme consists of curated dialogues and solo presentations, complemented by public talks and events to encourage dialogue and critical reflection.

London www.theryderprojects.com Director: Pati Lara

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Jaime Pitarch, Subject / Abject, 2018 chair, wooden shavings from chair legs, 86 x 47 x 41 cm, courtesy of the artist and The RYDER, London

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SAGE

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Artists at the fair

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Ryoko Aoki (b. 1973, Japan) Lives and works in Tokyo Christo (b. 1935, Bulgaria) Lives and works in New York Lucio Fontana (1899, Argentina – Italy, 1968) Paolo Gioli (b.1942, Italy) Lives and works in Rovigo John Gossage (1946, United States of America) Lives and works in Washington, D.C. Guido Guidi (b. 1941, Italy) Lives and works in Cesena Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989, United States of America) Annette Messager (b. 1943, France) Lives and works in Paris Carlo Mollino (1905-1973, Italy) Daido Moriyama (b. 1938, Japan) Lives and works in Tokyo Helmut Newton (1920-2004, Germany) Francis Picabia (1879-1953, France) Jonathan Rosić (b. 1979, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels

David Armstrong Eugène Atget Karl Blossfeldt Harry Callahan Mario Cresci Luigi Ghirri Claus Goedicke Nan Goldin Naoya Hatakeyama Florence Henri Zang Hui André Kertész Wolfgang Tillmans Shoji Ueda Andy Warhol

Since 2004, Sage Paris is committed, above everything else, to art, with a main focus on the photographic medium from the 1960s to the present. We have established working relationships with major artists all over the world, who are the actors of this evolving use of the medium. Sage Paris reinforces the centrality of photography as a contemporary art medium that is relevant, provocative and reflective of our time.

Paris www.sageparis.com Director: François Sage

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Helmut Newton, Big Nude III, 1980 vintage gelatin silver print, 38 x 28 cm, © Estate of Helmut Newton / SAGE Paris

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SAGE Artist at the fair Stephan Goldrajch (b. 1985, Israel) Lives and works in Brussels

Presented for the first time by SAGE Paris, Stephan Goldrajch presents a number of coloured masks and colourful watercolours that, with a hint of humour, appear to come from a fantasy world, filled with dreams and animated by magic rituals that make us think of carnivals of Northern Europe, to African rituals and, stunningly, to the most extraordinary of James Ensor’s works.

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Stephan Goldrajch, Les Juges, 2017 watercolour, 150 x 180 cm, © Stephan Goldrajch / Sage Paris

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SANATORIUM

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Kerem Ozan Bayraktar (b. 1984, Turkey) Lives and works in Istanbul

Ludovic Bernhardt Luz Blanco Orhan Cem Cetin Mehmet Dere Yunus Emre Erdogan Erol Eskici Stephan Kaluza Cagla Koseogullari Ali Ibrahim Ocal Yagiz Ozgen Zeyno Pekunlu Farid Rasulov Sergen Sehitoglu Merve Sendil Berkay Tuncay *

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52

Since the day it was founded as an artists’ initiative in 2011, Sanatorium has carried out many exhibitions in Turkey and internationally. As it evolved into a gallery, Sanatorium has had the opportunity to participate in national and international art fairs, as well as hosting curated group exhibitions, which also involve artists represented by the gallery.

Istanbul www.sanatorium.com

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Kerem Ozan Bayraktar, Mimicry, 2018 video, 1’52’’, color, sound, courtesy of Sanatorium and the artist

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SANATORIUM Artist at the fair Kerem Ozan Bayraktar (b. 1984, Turkey) Lives and works in Istanbul

One by one, in terms of different scenarios, artist Kerem Ozan Bayraktar analyses environments that are claimed to be habitable, according to a list of ‘potentially habitable exo-planets’. He states that illustrations obtained through optimistic interpretations of scientific data, which are usually insufficient to draw conclusions about the habitability of any given planet, are not at all indispensable, but, on the contrary, are quite arbitrary. Bayraktar produces new visualisations of planets by interpreting the relevant data with a neutral attitude. Contrary to popular science myths, Bayraktar’s planet illustrations depict these planets by focusing on features that make them unfit for life.

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Kerem Ozan Bayraktar, Some of the potentially uninhabitable planets, 2018 computer generated image, archival pigment print, 30 x 40 x 5 cm, © Sanatorium and the artist

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SARIEV CONTEMPORARY d.16

DISCOVERY

Artists at the fair

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Valio Tchenkov (b. 1966, Bulgaria) Lives and works in Munich Martina Vacheva (b. 1988, Bulgaria) Lives and works in Plovdiv

Rada Boukova Luchezar Boyadjiev Pravdoliub Ivanov Vikenti Komitski Lubri Stefan Nikolaev Nedko Solakov Kamen Stoyanov Voin de Voin

Sariev Contemporary presents a dialogue between two emerging talents of the international art scene who have achieved significant success in the past three years in their work with curators, museums and biennials, as well as attracting collectors’ interest. What Valio Tchenkov and Martina Vacheva have in common is that, in a bright and professional artistic style, they look for casual but profound contemporary reading of the myths and cultural cliches that form the starting point for the development of our civilisation.

Plovdiv www.sariev-gallery.com/ Director: Vesselina Sarieva

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Valio Tchenkov, Feeding the blind one, 2018 oil on canvas, cardboard frame, cabinet, vases, ca 190 x 130 cm

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EDUARDO SECCI

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Artists at the fair

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Richard Dupont (b. 1968, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Jon Kessler (b. 1967, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Alfredo Pirri (b. 1957, Italy) Lives and works in Rome Giuseppe Stampone (b. 1974, France) Lives and works in Rome Kristian Touborg (b. 1987, Denmark) Lives and works in Copenhagen

Alberto Borea Alice Browne Daniel Canogar Maurizio Donzelli Andrea Galvani Alberto Garutti Paolo Grassino Monika Grzymala Pedro Matos Gerold Miller Luca Pozzi Michael Staniak Esther Stocker Levi van Veluw Massimo Vitali

Since its foundation in Florence in 2013, Eduardo Secci Contemporary has hosted a series of innovative and cutting-edge exhibitions, each characterised by different genres and expressive mediums. The gallery has also focused its efforts on representing minimal and conceptual contemporary artists, both nationally and internationally, supporting their works in institutional projects as well as specific projects conceived for the gallery’s exhibition spaces.

Florence www.eduardosecci.com Director: Eduardo Secci

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Jon Kessler, I’m Nothing with You, 2012 mixed media with camera, motors and monitors, 170.2 x 61 x 114.3 cm, courtesy of Eduardo Secci

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EDUARDO SECCI Artist at the fair Lea Guldditte Hestelund (b. 1983, Denmark) Lives and works in Copenhagen

For the SOLO section, Eduardo Secci is pleased to present a sitespecific project by Lea Guldditte Hestelund. Lea Guldditte Hestelund creates sculptures that embody the intrinsic correlation between space and gender. She develops hybrid environments where the shapes, textures and colours of her marble entities camouflage with the surrounding area. By using different materials – from leather to fur, to marble pieces of various kinds and with different provenances (Carrara Italy, Japan etc) – the artist establishes a fluid relationship between the entities that occupy the space. Lea Guldditte Hestelund’s sculptures destabilise conventional notions and norms, addressing new physical and conceptual spaces to inhabit sexuality and identity by entering the sleek, fluid and ambiguous correlations between organic and inorganic matter, masculine and feminine gaze, and utopian and dystopian vision.

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Exhibition view of Lea Guldditte Hestelund, Soft Utopias at Eduardo Secci Gallery

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BARBARA SEILER

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Tenki Hiramatsu (b. 1986, Japan) Lives and works in Karlsruhe Sebastian Stöhrer (b. 1968, Germany) Lives and works in Frankfurt

Pauline Bastard Sarah Conaway Dina Danish Bob Eikelboom Mirthe Klück Shana Lutker Sara Masüger Alex Mirutziu Marc Nagtzaam Warren Neidich Annaïk Lou Pitteloud Pascal Schwaighofer Sander van Deurzen Marcel van Eeden Marijn van Kreij

Barbara Seiler is an international gallery for contemporary art based in Zurich. The gallery represents and supports young, international artists, and explores questions in the fields of conceptual and curatorial practice. The gallery’s objective to provide a platform and initiate a discourse, talks and new forms of exhibition has led to projects including performance, food, digital technologies and science. Barbara Seiler operates on a gallery platform, a sharing model for five galleries which went live in 2018.

Zurich www.barbaraseiler.ch Director: Barbara Seiler

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Tenki Hiramatsu, Untitled, 2018 oil on gesso on paper, 42 x 50 cm, courtesy of Barbara Seiler Galerie and the Artist

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SEMIOSE

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Artists at the fair

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Salvatore Arancio (b. 1974, Italy) Lives and works in London William S. Burroughs (1914-1997, United States of America) Beatriz González (b. 1938, Colombia) Lives and works in Bogota Françoise Pétrovitch (b. 1964, France) Lives and works in Cachan Beat Zoderer (b. 1955, Switzerland) Lives and works in Wettingen

Christian Babou Guillaume Dégé documentation céline duval Oli Epp Steve Gianakos Piero Gilardi Sébastien Gouju Hippolyte Hentgen Laurent Le Deunff Abraham Poincheval Présence Panchounette Laurent Proux Stefan Rinck Ernest T. Julien Tiberi Felice Varini

Semiose established itself in the artistic landscape as a gallery, whose aesthetic values are rooted in the margins. Nourished by underground culture, the gallery is committed to forms and ideas born in the political, social and geographical fringes. The practice of citation is a common reference point for the roster of artists represented by the gallery and raises complex issues related to the production and dissemination of images, the role and purpose of archives and visual culture in the broadest sense.

Paris www.semiose.com Directors: Benoît Porcher (owner), Jérôme Menasché

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Françoise Pétrovitch, Fumeur, 2019 ink on paper, 160 x 120 cm, © photo: A. Mole

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SEMIOSE Artist at the fair Amélie Bertrand (b. 1985, France) Lives and works in Paris

There are no mysteries to elucidate in Amélie Bertrand’s paintings. In her décors, which are not scenes, there’s nothing to uncover, because nothing is hidden. There are questions of morphology and ‘layerology’, dynamism and generosity, electrifying and contradictory physical and psychological relationships, feelings of visual pleasure, sensations of euphoria and the art of memory—and hypotheses, when all’s said and done, concerning the activity of painting. For the aficionado, it’s like taking on the role of a guinea-pig eager to enter the little box from Trap (2014). One final piece of advice for losing oneself in Amélie Bertrand’s works: look at them while wearing earplugs, as if you were at a rock concert or in an anechoic chamber. 100% guaranteed wow factor!

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Amélie Bertrand, Daisy Temple, 2018 oil on canvas, 220 x 180 cm, © photo: A. Mole

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SENDA

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Artists at the fair

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AES+F (est. 1995, Russia) Live and work in Moscow Stephan Balkenhol (b. 1957, Germany) Lives and works in Karlsruhe Adrián Balseca (b. 1989, Ecuador) Lives and works in Quito Ola Kolehmainen (b. 1964, Finland) Lives and works in Berlin Anna Malagrida (b. 1970, Spain) Lives and works in Paris Tulio Pinto (b. 1974, Brazil) Lives and works in Porto Alegre Sandra Vásquez de la Horra (b. Chile, 1967) Lives and works in Viña del Mar

Vasco Araújo Roger Ballen Jordi Bernadó Martín Chirino James Clar José Pedro Croft Oleg Dou Anthony Goicolea Peter Halley Jane Hammond Yago Hortal Karin Kneffel Glenda León Miralda Aitor Ortiz Mathieu Pernot Jaume Plensa Gino Ruber Francis Ruyter Massimo Vitali Gao Xingjian

Since 1991, we have been actively working as a gallery, and from now on we are expanding our actions towards other art services. Moreover, we are closely linked to other projects such as LOOP Barcelona, the world reference video art fair; and Talking Galleries, an initiative that promotes debate and discussions towards the development of the art industry.

Barcelona www.galeriasenda.com Directors: Carlos Durán, Chus Roig, Andrea Fiore

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Stephan Balkenhol, installation view of exhibition ‘New Sculptures’, Galeria Senda, Barcelona 2018, © Galeria Senda

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SEXAUER

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Artists at the fair

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Jay Gard (b. 1984, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin Caroline Kryzecki (b. 1979, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin Jeewi Lee (b. 1987, Korea) Lives and works in Berlin

Futo Akiyoshi Thomas Feuerstein Ornella Fieres Isabelle Graeff Philip Grözinger Alexander Iskin

Sexauer presents positions dealing with perception, concerning colour, traces and visual effects. Jay Gard’s three-dimensional colour circles are personal colour analyses in which he refers to works from art history. Jeewi Lee shows pictures that consist of Korean paper floors, which she cut from old houses. Caroline Kryzecki’s ballpoint pen drawings – or rather paintings – are calligraphy exercises made with a ruler, which express both the sensuality of an ornament and the meticulousness of a blueprint drawing.

Berlin www.sexauer.eu Director: Jan-Philipp Sexauer

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Jay Gard, Flipper Münter (Gabriele Münter, Herbstliches Blumenstillleben), 2019 steel, wood, acrylic, motor, 100 x 50 x 65 cm, © Sexauer, photo: Marcus Schneider

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SHULAMIT NAZARIAN

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Artists at the fair

Other gallery artists

Chris Bogia (b. 1977, United States of America) Lives and works in Brooklyn Reuven Israel (b. 1978, Israel) Lives and works in Brooklyn Michael Stamm (b. 1983, United States of America) Lives and works in Brooklyn Summer Wheat (b. 1977, United States of America) Lives and works in Brooklyn

Amir H. Fallah Wendell Gladstone Trenton Doyle Hancock Naudline Pierre Fay Ray Elham Rokni Cammie Staros Wendy White

Shulamit Nazarian represents a range of emerging and established artists, many of whom investigate personal narratives. Shulamit Nazarian opened in Venice, California, in 2012. In 2017, the gallery relocated to a 4,000 sq. ft. building in Hollywood. With two exhibition spaces and a library, the gallery is able to facilitate ambitious exhibitions and support diverse artist projects.

Los Angeles www.shulamitnazarian.com Directors: Shulamit Nazarian, Seth Curcio, Mélanie Faure

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Summer Wheat, Piggy Bank, 2019 acrylic on aluminum mesh, 68 x 96 in, courtesy of the artist and Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles

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SMAC

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Artists at the fair

Other gallery artists

Georgina Gratrix (b. 1982, Mexico) Lives and works in Cape Town Gareth Nyandoro (b. 1982, Zimbabwe) Lives and works in Harare Marinella Senatore (b. 1977, Italy) Lives and works in Rome Pierre Vermeulen (b. 1992, South Africa) Lives and works in Cape Town

Lhola Amira Willem Boshoff Margaret Courtney-Clarke Barend de Wet Peter Eastman Frances Goodman Kate Gottgens Masimba Hwati Cyrus Kabiru Alexandra Karakashian Johann Louw Wallen Mapondera Mongezi Ncaphayi Chemu Ng’ok Musa N. Nxumalo Giovanni Ozzola Jody Paulsen Usha Seejarim Mary Sibande Marlene Steyn Simon Stone

SMAC gallery was established in 2007 in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Since its inception, SMAC has focused on presenting the work of emerging and established South African and international artists. The gallery expanded to its current flagship space in Woodstock, Cape Town, in 2014, and opened a third space in Johannesburg in 2016. In addition to its contemporary programme, SMAC regularly presents historical exhibitions and projects that offer a critical re-evaluation of South African art history.

Cape Town Johannesburg Stellenbosch www.smacgallery.com Directors: Baylon Sandri, Jean Butler

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Marinella Senatore, Bodies in Alliance / Politics of the Street I, 2019 lightjet print, Diasec and acrylic fabric, 90 x 135 cm, courtesy of SMAC and the artist

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FILOMENA SOARES

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Artists at the fair

Other gallery artists

Pilar Albarracín (b. 1968, Spain) Lives and works in Seville Helena Almeida (1934-2018, Portugal) Sara Bichão (b. 1986, Portugal) Lives and works in Lisbon Slater Bradley (b. 1975, United States of America) Lives and works in Berlin Rui Chafes (b. 1966, Portugal) Lives and works in Lisbon Dan Graham (b. 1942, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Imi Knoebel (b. 1940, Germany) Lives and works in Dusseldorf João Penalva (b. 1949, Portugal) Lives and works in London Peter Zimmermann (b. 1956, Germany) Lives and works in Cologne

Pedro Barateiro Herbert Brandl Dias & Riedweg Didier Faustino Günther Förg Fernanda Fragateiro Kiluanji Kia Henda Igor Jesus Edgar Martins Carlos Motta Shirin Neshat Rodrigo Oliveira Letícia Ramos Miguel Rio Branco Andreia Santana Daniel Senise João Tabarra

Founded in 1999, Galeria Filomena Soares’s main objective is to encourage contemporary artistic production by stimulating and maintaining a bracing dialogue between artists, curators and institutions. Representing emerging as well as established artists of different generations and nationalities, and continuously committed to the development of its artists, Galeria Filomena Soares has become a point of reference in the Portuguese and international art scene.

Lisboa www.gfilomenasoares.com Directors: Filomena Soares, Manuel Santos

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Helena Almeida, Tela Habitada, 1976 black and white photograph, 43 x 33 cm (each), © Galeria Filomena Soares

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SORRY WE'RE CLOSED b.08 PRIME

Artists at the fair

Other gallery artists

Miguel Berrocal (1933-2006, Spain) Daniel Boccato (b. 1991, Brazil) Lives and works in New York Pol Bury (1922, Belgium – France, 2005) César (1921-1998, France) Eric Croes (b. 1978, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels André Derain (1880-1954, France) Max Ernst (1891, Germany – France, 1976) Yann Gerstberger (b. 1983, France) Lives and works in Mexico City François Hugo (1899, Italy – France, 1981) Julien Meert (b. 1983, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Robert Nava (b. 1985, United States of America) Lives and works in Brooklyn Pablo Picasso (1881, Spain – France, 1973) Stefan Rinck (b. 1973, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin Ugo Rondinone (b. 1963, Switzerland) Lives and works in New York Christoph Ruckhäberle (b. 1972, Germany) Lives and works in Leipzig Takis (b. 1925, Greece) Lives and works in Athens

Joshua Abelow Chris Hammerlein Bruce M.Sherman Michael Patterson-Carver Peter Schuyff Josh Sperling Jansson Stegner Thomas Downing

Sorry We’re Closed is a contemporary art gallery created by Sébastien Janssen in 2008. The gallery’s focus is on mid-career and emerging artists from Belgium and abroad. Since 2015, Sorry We’re Closed has been located in a new, 130m2 space at 67 rue de la Régence, in the heart of Brussels. The gallery maintains a diverse exhibition programme with solo exhibitions by gallery artists, as well as group exhibitions and special projects, such as artists’ jewels.

Brussels www.sorrywereclosed.com Directors: Sébastien Janssen, Emilie Pischedda

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Eric Croes, Gnose, 2018 23 carats gold edition of 6 ex, 7,2 x 5,5 x 2,3 cm, © Philippe D.

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MICHEL SOSKINE

c.03

Artists at the fair

Other gallery artists

Angel Alonso (1923-1994, Spain) Tony Bevan (b. 1951, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Antonio Crespo Foix (b. 1953, Spain) Lives and works in Valdepeñas Josep Grau Garriga (1929, Spain – France, 2011) Agathe Pitié (b. 1986, France) Lives and works in Toulouse

Patrick Bailly Maitre Grand Henri Cartier Bresson Russell Crotty Simon Edmondson Alan Glass Horst Janssen Michiko Kon Monica Machado Maryan Abelardo Morell Carlos Pazos Gregorio Peño Thomas Ravens Humberto Rivas Ixone Sadaba Naoaki Sakamoto Jenny Scobel Eduard Steinberg Moises Villelia Simon Willems Joel Peter Witkin Lee Jin Woo Daniel Zeller

Michel Soskine Inc. was founded in 1984 in New York and expanded in 2005, opening a new gallery space in Madrid. The gallery specialises in contemporary art and has introduced young and mid-career artists from both the United States and Europe, as well as representing artist estates.

Madrid  New York www.soskine.com Directors: Michel Soskine

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Agathe Pitié, Allegorie de la Beauté, 2017 ink and watercolour on paper, 90 x 70 cm

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PIETRO SPARTÀ

b.09

Artists at the fair

Other gallery artists

Alice Bidault (b. 1994, France) Lives and works in Dijon Philippe Droguet (b. 1967, France) Lives and works in Feillens Jean-Luc Moulène (b. 1955, France) Lives and works in Paris Thomas Schütte (b. 1954, Germany) Lives and works in Dusseldorf Alain Séchas (b. 1955, France) Lives and works in Paris Niele Toroni (b. 1937, Switzerland) Lives and works in Paris Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille (b. 1974, Serbia & 1974, France) Live and work in Dijon

Daniel Buren Balthasar Burkhard Gérard Collin-Thiébaut Peter Downsbrough Luciano Fabro Lee Friedlander Grout/Mazéas Jannis Kounellis Bertrand Lavier Sol LeWitt Richard Long Mario Merz François Morellet Eric Poitevin Didier Vermeiren Lawrence Weiner Gilberto Zorio

Chagny Directors: Pietro Sparta, Pascale Petit

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Alice Bidault, Réunion tower, 2017 terre cuite, pigments, acrylique, 50 x 10 cm, © Galerie Pietro Sparta

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SPAZIO NOBILE

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Artists at the fair

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Bela Silva (b. 1966, Portugal) Lives and works in Brussels Kustaa Saksi (b. 1975, Finland) Lives and works in Amsterdam

Jörg Bräuer Carine Boxy Carlo Brandelli Chen & Williams Jeanine Cohen Nathalie Dewez Vincent Fournier Garnier & Linker Damien Gernay GGSV Kaspar Hamacher Sebastian Herkner Amy Hilton Marlene Huissoud Tom Joyce Noro Khachatryan Jin Kuramoto Laura Laine Antonio Lampecco Lazard & Brissonnet Tomas Libertiny Jonas & Valentin Loellmann Silvano Magnone Isaac Monté Päivi Rintateniemi Adrien Rovero Marcin Rusak Piet Stockmans Frederik Vercruysse Frederik Vidal Fabian von Spreckelsen Philipp Weber Man Yau Oskar Zieta

First Symptoms is the new cycle of six woven tapestries by Kustaa Saksi, mixed media in silk, mohair, rubberized cotton, cashmere wool, transparent polyester and velvet, combined with Bela Silva’s baroque ceramics. Saksi suffers from migraine and uses his symptoms as a way to overcome pain and search for beauty and meaning in life, whereas Bela Silva creates her own world of fantasies by working from many cultural influences and references to achieve her expressive and narrative largescale glazed sculptures. Spazio Nobile (est. 2016) is dedicated to both rising and established talents, without creating borders between the disciplines, the visual arts dialoguing with the fine arts.

Brussels www.spazionobile.com Directors: Lise Coirier, Gian Giuseppe Simeone

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Kustaa Saksi, Aura tapestry (detail), 2019 jacquard weave, mohair, wool, cotton velvet, acrylic, 170 x 250 cm

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Bela Silva, Dame du Soir, 2019 glazed stoneware sculpture with cobalt and black clay slips, 80 x 50 cm


STEMS GALLERY

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Artist at the fair

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Tajh Rust (b. 1989 United States of America) Lives and works in New Haven, CT

Mario Ayala Augustin Delloye Marcela Florido Susumu Kamijo John Margaritis Tyrrell Winston

Tajh Rust’s paintings explore how people relate to each other and to their environments. These works take the form of observational portraiture, in which Rust often collaborates with his subjects to determine how they are represented, as well as employing film and literary references to draw connections between portraiture, language, and modes of representation.

Brussels www.stemsgallery.com Directors: Guillaume Smets, Pascaline Smets

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Tajh Rust, The Wrong Place To Be Real, 2018 oil on canvas, 132 x 177 cm, courtesy of the artist

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STIEGLITZ19

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Artists at the fair

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223 (aka Zhipeng Lin) (b. 1979, China) Lives and works in Beijing Lara Gasparotto (b. 1989, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Huang Xiaoling (b. 1985, China) Lives and works in Xiangxi Thomas Vandenberghe (b. 1985, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent

Roger Ballen Antony Cairns Kenta Cobayashi Vincent Delbrouck Ren Hang Zhang Hai’er Daido Moriyama Chi Peng Synchrodogs Sybren Vanoverberghe Chen Wei Zhang Wei Daisuke Yokota

Stieglitz19 was founded in 2008 and is the only major gallery in Belgium promoting young artists from Asia (China/Japan), Europe and the US, who are innovators in photography, using new techniques and new approaches. Artists such as Ren Hang and Daisuke Yokota were first shown at Stieglitz19, as were young Belgian talents Lara Gasparotto, Vincent Delbrouck, Thomas Vandenberghe and Sybren Vanoverberghe. The gallery aspires to be a platform for new talents.

Antwerp www.stieglitz19.be Director: Dries Roelens

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223 (aka Zhipeng Lin), Untitled, 2018 archival print, 100 x 67 cm, © Stieglitz19

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MARC STRAUS

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Artists at the fair

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Sandro Chia (b. 1946, Italy) Lives and works in Florence Paul Pretzer (b. 1981, Estonia) Lives and works in Barcelona Margaret Loy Pula (b. 1956, Australia) Lives and works in Utopia, Central Australia

Thomas Bangsted Sinéad Breslin Michael Brown Chris Jones Otis Jones Folkert de Jong Anna Leonhardt Hermann Nitsch Jong Oh Rona Pondick Ulf Puder Antonio Santín Jeanne Silverthorne Clive Smith Liliane Tomasko Zlatan Vehabović Paul Waldman Entang Wiharso

Established in 2011, Marc Straus is a contemporary art gallery in the Lower East Side of New York. The gallery identifies and fosters some of the best international talents, representing 19 artists from 13 different countries. Additionally, the gallery has taken a position of showing older artists who have not for decades, or in some cases ever, been looked at in the proper light. Works by Marc Straus Gallery artists have been acquired by international museums, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Tate Gallery.

New York www.marcstraus.com Directors: Marc Straus, Tim Hawkinson, Ken Tan

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Paul Pretzer, Wenn zwei lachen, 2018 oil on wood, 16.93 x 12.28 in

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SUZANNE TARASIEVE

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Artists at the fair

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Romain Bernini (b. 1979, France) Lives and works in Paris Gil Heitor Cortesão (b. 1967, Portugal) Lives and works in Lisbon Jörg Immendorff (1945-2007, Germany) Youcef Korichi (b. 1974, Algeria) Lives and works in Paris Ed Paschke (1939-2004, United States of America) A.R. Penck (1939-2017, Germany) Recycle Group (est. 1987, Russia) Live and work in Paris Antoine Roegiers (b. 1980, Belgium) Lives and works in Paris Anne Wenzel (b. 1972, Germany) Lives and works in Rotterdam

Alexandre Arrechea Jean Bedez Alkis Boutlis Russell Crotty Oren Eliav Neal Fox Le Gun Eva Jospin Jürgen Klauke Markus Lüpertz Shanthamani M. Boris Mikhaïlov Tim Plamper Sigmar Polke Antoine Roegiers Julien Salaud Pierre Schwerzmann Terry Taylor Juergen Teller Anna Tuori

Suzanne Tarasieve opened her first space in Paris in 2003. She now runs two exhibition spaces, one in the Marais district in Paris, the other in Belleville. The gallery supports international contemporary artists, with an emphasis on the German Neo-expressionist scene (Markus Lüpertz, Jörg Immendorf), renown photographers (Boris Mikhaïlov, Juergen Teller), and young figurative painters (Youcef Korichi, Romain Bernini).

Paris www.suzanne-tarasieve.com Director: Suzanne Tarasieve

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Romain Bernini, The Big One, 2012 oil on canvas, 250 x 200 cm, courtesy of the artist and Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve, Paris

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SUZANNE TARASIEVE Artist at the fair Lucien Murat (b. 1986, France) Lives and works in Paris

Lucien Murat reinvents historical tapestry by infusing it with the violence of our time. His canvases are a patchwork of old-fashioned and kitsch decorative tapestries, sewn together, on which he then paints violent and grotesque scenes inspired by the digital world, video games, social media, info news and catastrophes. The saturation and confusion of these scenes echo our relationship to current events and how we consider our future as a society. Offering different levels of understanding (the opposition between art and craft, the history of art and pop culture), his work shows a contemporary apocalypse, updating the nightmarish visions of Hieronymus Bosch or Gustave DorĂŠ with irony and dark humour. At the same time, this colourful and absurd chaos acts as a remedy against the standardisation and sterilisation of imagination, questioning the fears and anguishes of 21st century humanity.

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Lucien Murat, Megathesis passe à l’attaque, 2019 acrylic on tapestry, tarpaulins, patches, 140 x 220 cm, courtesy of the artist and Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve, Paris

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MANAGING ACCIDENTS, INCIDENTS AND CLAIMS

Daniëlle van Ark Tom Callemin Helen Dowling Ricardo van Eyk Paul Kooiker Cristina Lucas Chaim van Luit Ana Navas Anna Ostoya Emma van der Put Sanne Rous Fernando Sánchez Castillo Kelly Schacht Dieuwke Spaans Evi Vingerling Maya Watanabe Anouk van Zwieten

Sander Breure & Witte van Hulzen (b. 1985 & 1984, Netherlands) Live and work in Amsterdam

A constant throughout the multidisciplinary work of Sander Breure & Witte van Hulzen is their fascination with human behaviour, the coded structures within it, physiognomy and body language. Their work departs from the notion that people are essentially always playing a role. Their sculptures function as performers in a both realistic and imaginary theatre of the commonplace. The gestures of these ‘performers’ are based on observations in public spaces, such as the streets, a supermarket or an art fair.

Amsterdam www.tegenboschvanvreden.com Directors: Martin van Vreden, Pietje Tegenbosch

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Sander Breure & Witte van Hulzen, Loved by you, delivered by us, 2018 cooling bag, bicycle, textile and ceramics, 120 x 60 x 45 cm, courtesy of the artists

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TEMPLON

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Franz Ackermann (b. 1963, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin, Karlsruhe and Istanbul Jean-Michel Alberola (b. 1953, Algeria) Lives and works in Paris Omar Ba (b. 1977, Senegal) Lives and works in Dakar and Geneva James Casebere (b. 1953, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Francesco Clemente (b. 1952, Italy) Lives and works in New York Philippe Cognée (b. 1957, France) Lives and works in Nantes Daniel Dezeuze (b. 1942, France) Lives and works in Alès Jim Dine (b. 1935, United States of America) Lives and works in Paris, Göttinen and Walla Walla Jan Fabre (b. 1958, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Gérard Garouste (b. 1946, France) Lives and works in Paris and Normandy Jonathan Meese (b. 1970, Japan) Lives and works in Berlin Iván Navarro (b. 1972, Chile) Lives and works in New York Jitish Kallat (b. 1974, India) Lives and works in Mumbai Prune Nourry (b. 1985, France) Lives and works in New York Pierre et Gilles (b. 1950 & 1953, France) Live and work in Paris George Segal (1924, United States of America – Canada, 2000) Chiharu Shiota (b. 1972, Japan) Lives and works in Berlin Jan Van Imschoot (b. 1963, Belgium) Lives and works in France Claude Viallat (b. 1936, France) Lives and works in Nîmes Kehinde Wiley (b. 1977, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

Valerio Adami Arman  Ben   Norbert Bisky  Anthony Caro  Saint Clair Cemin  Gregory Crewdson  Anju Dodiya  Atul Dodiya  He An  David LaChapelle Ulrich Lamsfuss  Georges Mathieu   Jules Olitski  Philip Pearlstein  Julião Sarmento  Joel Shapiro  Sudarshan Shetty  Tunga  

The gallery was founded in 1966 by Daniel Templon, who first gained recognition by exhibiting Conceptual and Minimal artists. He was one of the pioneers of the contemporary art and introduced many important American artists to the French public. Over the years, many artists who are now part of art history have exhibited with the gallery. Today Galerie Templon has two spaces in Paris and one in Brussel and promotes a dialogue between generations: established artists, international mid-career and younger artists. Paris Brussels www.templon.com Directors: Daniel Templon, Anne-Claudie Coric

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Iván Navarro, Constellations, 2019 neon, walnut wood box, mirror, one-way mirror, electricity, 89 x 178 cm, © Iván Navarro

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TEMPLON Artist at the fair Oda Jaune (b. 1979, Bulgaria) Lives and works in Paris

The Creation of Eve Bodily metamorphosis, symbolising life and its incessant, inexorable changes, lies at the heart of Oda Jaune’s work. Over the last ten years, Oda Jaune has developed a unique and poetic visual language, redolent of surrealism and morphing, where emotion enters into dialogue with a sense of strangeness. The artist finds her inspiration in the history of art, in cinema and poetry. Since 2016, she has extended her exploration of volume with white and sensual ceramics. For Art Brussels, Oda Jaune has created a group of six works on the biblical theme of the creation of Eve, delving into the mystery of a woman born of a rib.

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Oda Jaune, Tender, 2019 oil on canvas, 200 x 140 cm, © Bertrand Huet/Tutti

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TIWANI CONTEMPORARY d.34

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Virginia Chihota (b. 1983, Zimbabwe) Lives and works in Podgorica Thierry Oussou (b. 1988, Benin) Lives and works in Amsterdam Gareth Nyandoro (b. 1982, Zimbabwe) Lives and works in Harare

Mequitta Ahuja Theo Eshetu Andrew Esiebo Mary Evans Rotimi Fani-Kayode Délio Jasse Joy Labinjo Thierry Oussou David L. Petros Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum Zina Saro-Wiwa Robel Temesgen

Founded in 2011, Tiwani Contemporary exhibits and represents international emerging and established contemporary artists, focussing on Africa and its diaspora.

London www.tiwani.co.uk Directors: Maria Varnava, Eva Langret

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Virginia Chihota, Bhai bhai dhirezi handikanganwe – Bye bye dress I cannot forget, 2018 screen print and mixed media on paper, 190 x 168 cm, courtesy of the artist and Tiwani Contemporary

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TRANSIT

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Virginie Bailly (b. 1976, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Arne Bastien (b. 1989, Belgium) Lives and works in Zomergem Johan Creten (b. 1963, Belgium) Lives and works in Paris Luc Dondeyne (b. 1963, Belgium) Lives and works in Ramsdonk Mehdi-Georges Lahlou (b. 1983, France) Lives and works in Brussels Tom Polo (b. 1985, Australia) Lives and works in Sydney Jenny Watson (b. 1951, Australia) Lives and works in Brisbane

Karel Breugelmans * Wouter Feyaerts Nikita Kadan Allart Lakke Bram Van Meervelde

* participating in the exhibition MONUMENTAL SCULPTURES, see p. 48

Galerie Transit began as a promotional gallery in 1989, in Leuven. In 1998, Transit moved to Mechelen, to an Art Deco building from 1934. Internationally renowned artists, alongside emergent and young talents, are exhibited in a former office space behind the main building. On a permanent basis, works of art can be discovered in the living room and in our current offices.

Mechelen www.transit.be Directors: Bert de Leenheer, Dirk Vanhecke

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Johan Creten, The Herring, 2018 bronze, lost wax casting with ‘Pompeian patina’, ed 1/5 of an edition 5 + 1 AP, casting stamp, eagle stamp, signed, dated and numbered, 154 x 50 x 43 cm, © Bert de Leenheer

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STEVE TURNER

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Hannah Epstein (b. 1985, Nova Scotia) Lives and works in Toronto and Los Angeles Kevin McNamee-Tweed (b. 1984, United States of America) Lives and works in Iowa City

Maria Anwander Joaquín Boz Luciana Lamothe Jonas Lund Carlos Martiel Claire Milbrath Pablo Rasgado Camilo Restrepo Rafaël Rozendaal Joshua Saunders

Steve Turner will present hooked rugs by Hannah Epstein and glazed ceramic paintings by Kevin McNamee-Tweed. While their works might at first seem to represent a revival of folk art, they actually are conceptually rigorous, part of a movement away from technology. By incorporating techniques from the past to put forward current concerns and issues, Epstein and McNamee-Tweed have found a way to refashion the ‘old’ into something new, tangibly linking the present to the past in fresh and engaging ways.

Los Angeles www.steveturner.la Directors: Steve Turner, Jonathan Hoyt

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Kevin McNamee-Tweed, Lumber, 2019 glazed ceramic, 6 1/2 x 6 7/8 in (16.5 x 17.5 cm)

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Hannah Epstein, Grrrrrrr, 2019 acrylic, polyester, wool, and burlap, 38 x 20 in (96.5 x 50.8 cm)


TYBURN

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Kudzanai-Violet Hwami (b. 1993, Zimbabwe) Lives and works in London

Mónica de Miranda Victor Ehikhamenor Taiye Idahor Gavin Jantjes Admire Kamudzengerere Mouna Karray Wallen Mapondera Michele Mathison Sethembile Msezane Umar Rashid Lady Skollie Moffat Takadiwa Francisco Vidal

Tyburn Gallery presents a SOLO project by Zimbabwean-born emerging artist Kudzanai-Violet Hwami. Hwami’s work celebrates a futuristic vision of Africa and investigates the often-disheartening realities of contemporary life, whether in relation to political or racial issues, LGBTQ rights, sexuality or representation of the black body. Having lived in Zimbabwe, South Africa, and the UK, she is able to expertly articulate issues around the ideas of home, diaspora, displacement and identity.

London www.tyburngallery.com Directors: Emma Menell, Alessandra Olivi

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Kudzanai-Violet Hwami, Antennas to the Ancestors #1, 2018 oil on canvas, 183 x 180 cm, © the artist, courtesy of Tyburn Gallery

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UPSTREAM

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Frank Ammerlaan (b. 1979, Netherlands) Lives and works in London Florian & Michael Quistrebert (b. 1982 & 1976, France) Live and work in Amsterdam & Paris

Raymond Barion Marc Bijl Marinus Boezem Ad Dekkers Harm van den Dorpel Constant Dullaart * Armen Eloyan Alicia Framis David Haines JODI Jeroen Jongeleen Jan Robert Leegte León & Cociña Jen Liu Noor Nuyten Ronald Ophuis Rafaël Rozendaal Dennis Rudolph Jan Schoonhoven Izaak Zwartjes

* participating in the exhibition SCREEN IT, see p. 52

Established in 2003, Upstream Gallery now holds a preeminent position in the Dutch contemporary arts scene. Upstream Gallery brings pioneering and critical work from 20 artists from the Netherlands and elsewhere, focussing on radical, engaged, conceptual and post-internet art.

Amsterdam www.upstreamgallery.nl Directors: Nieck de Bruijn, Martijn Dijkstra

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Frank Ammerlaan, Untitled, 2018 metal particles, metal alloy on jute, 145 x 130 cm, courtesy of Upstream Gallery

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VALERIE_TRAAN

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D.D. Trans, (est. 1990, Tielt) Lives and works in Ruiselede Filip Dujardin (b. 1971, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Paul Gees (b. 1949, Belgium) Lives and works in Schoonaarde Gijs Van Vaerenbergh * (b. 1983 & 1983, Belgium) Live and work in Leuven Geert Vanoorlé (b. 1965, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent

Annemie Augustijns Pieter Huybrechts & Erki Devries Muller Van Severen Octave Vandeweghe

* participating in the exhibition MONUMENTAL SCULPTURES, see p. 48

Founded in 2010 and located in Antwerp’s historical centre, valerie_traan gallery is a lively meeting point for art, architecture and the everyday object. Since its beginning, the gallery has pushed the boundaries between different domains by commissioning exhibitions from a wide variety of artists. It seeks creators with a strong, empathic content and a sense of imperfection. These are artists who work across genres, leaving their comfort zones by mixing disciplines in order to transform, reconstruct and find beauty in ordinariness and in the everyday.

Antwerp www.valerietraan.be Director: Veerle Wenes

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Geert Vanoorlé, for your eyes only, 2019 acryl, aluminium, 41 x 45,7 cm, © photo: Phile Deprez

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SOFIE VAN DE VELDE PLUS-ONE GALLERY

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FIGURATION VS ABSTRACTION

Sofie Van de Velde: Anouk De Clercq Catharina Dhaen Rein Dufait Gommaar Gilliams Germaine Kruip Ives Maes Guy Mees Max Pinckers Sara Sizer Perry Roberts Hannelore Van Dijck

SOFIE VAN DE VELDE: Willy De Sauter (b. 1938, Belgium) Lives and works in Bruges Ilse D’Hollander (1968-1997, Belgium) Bendt Eyckermans (b. 1994, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Pieter Jennes (b. 1990) Lives and works in Antwerp Charlotte Posenenske (1930-1985, Germany) Maaike Schoorel (b. 1973, Netherlands) Lives and works in Amsterdam Charline Tyberghein (b. 1993, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp PLUS-ONE GALLERY: Nel Aerts (b. 1987, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Marie Aly (b. 1980, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin Jenny Brosinski (b. 1984, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin Sergio De Beukelaer (b. 1971, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Kasper De Vos (b. 1988, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Antwan Horfee (b. 1984, France) Lives and works in Paris William Ludwig Lutgens (b. 1991, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Curators: Jason Poirier dit Caulier & Sofie Van de Velde

Antwerp www.sofievandevelde.be www.plus-one.be Directors: Sofie Van de Velde  Jason Poirier dit Caulier

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PLUS-ONE Gallery: Beni Bischof Nicholas William Johnson Sven ‘t Jolle


Pieter Jennes, De wind op mars, 2018 oil on canvas, 170 x 140 cm Jenny Brosinski, I fly like paper (Daidalos and Ikaros), 2018 oil, charcoal, olive oil and pencil on canvas, 320 x 220 cm, courtesy of PLUS-ONE Gallery

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GALLERY ISABELLE VAN DEN EYNDE

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Mohammed Kazem (b. 1969, United Arab Emirates) Lives and works in Dubai :mentalKLINIK (est. 1998, Turkey) Live and work in Brussels Haleh Redjaian (b. 1971, Germany) Lives and works in Frankfurt Hoda Tawakol (b. 1968, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Hamburg Hassan Sharif (1951-2016, United Arab Emirates)

Ahmad Amin Nazar Abdelkader Benchamma Vikram Divecha Bita Fayyazi Ramin Haerizadeh Rokni Haerizadeh Nargess Hashemi Hesam Rahmanian Raed Yassin

After establishing the B21 Gallery in 2006, one of the first contemporary art spaces in the United Arab Emirates, Isabelle van den Eynde launched her eponymous space in Dubai’s Alserkal Avenue in 2010, representing a pluralistic roster of artists from the Middle East and North Africa. The gallery prides itself on collaborating closely with its artists to create insightful, and often provocative, presentations that challenge conventions and ideologies related to the notion of art display and exhibition making.

Dubai www.ivde.net Director: Isabelle van den Eynde

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Hoda Tawakol, When the Dates Turn Red #1, 2015 fabric, wadding and thread, 250 x 140 x 20 cm, courtesy of the artist and Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde

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TIM VAN LAERE GALLERY Artists Marcel Dzama (b. 1974, Canada) Lives and works in New York Armen Eloyan (b. 1966, Armenia) Lives and works in Zurich and Antwerp Gelitin (est. 1978, Austria) Live and work in Vienna Adrian Ghenie (b. 1977, Romania) Lives and works in Cluj and Berlin Kati Heck (b. 1979, Germany) Lives and works in Pulle Anton Henning (b. 1964, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin and Manker Tomasz Kowalski (b. 1984, Poland) Lives and works in Warsaw and Szczebrzeszyn Friedrich Kunath (b. 1974, Germany) Lives and works in Los Angeles Edward Lipski (b. 1966, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London Jonathan Meese (b. 1970, Japan) Lives and works in Berlin and Hamburg Ryan Mosley (b. 1980, United Kingdom) Lives and works in Sheffield Tal R (b. 1967, Israel) Lives and works in Copenhagen Peter Rogiers (b. 1967, Belgium) Lives and works in Oud-Heverlee Ben Sledsens (b. 1991, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Ed Templeton (b. 1972, United States of America) Lives and works in Huntington Beach, California. Juan Uslé (b. 1954, Spain) Lives and works in New York and Saro Rinus Van de Velde (b. 1983, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Aaron Van Erp (b. 1978, Netherlands) Lives and works in Eindhoven and San Lorenzo Henk Visch (b. 1950, Netherlands) Lives and works in Eindhoven and Berlin Franz West (1947-2012, Austria) Anke Weyer (b. 1974, Germany) Lives and works in New York

Antwerp www.timvanlaeregallery.com Team: Tim Van Laere, Elke Segers, Dimitri Riemis, Katrien Loret

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Rinus Van de Velde, I can’t wait to see…, 2019 colour pencil on paper, 14,2 x 13,7 cm

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AXEL VERVOORDT GALLERY

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El Anatsui (b. 1944, Ghana) Lives and works in Accra and Abuja Bae Bien-U (b. 1950, South Korea) Lives and works in Seoul Otto Boll (b. 1952, Germany) Lives and works in Niederrhein Lucia Bru (b. 1970, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Markus Brunetti (b. 1965, Germany) Nomadic in Europe Peter Buggenhout (b. 1963, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Kimsooja (b. 1957, South Korea) Lives and works in New York, Paris and Seoul Michel Mouffe (b. 1957, Belgium) Lives and works in Brussels Yuko Nasaka (b. 1938, Japan) Lives and works in Osaka Renato Nicolodi (b. 1980, Belgium) Lives and works in Borchtlombeek Bosco Sodi (b. 1970, Mexico) Lives and works in Barcelona, Berlin, Mexico and New York Dominique Stroobant (b. 1947, Belgium) Lives and works in Carrara Marco Tirelli (b. 1956, Italy) Lives and works in Rome Günther Uecker (b. 1930, Germany) Lives and works in Dusseldorf Angel Vergara (b. 1958, Spain) Lives and works in Brussels

Ida Barbarigo Chung Chang-Sup Raimund Girke Sadaharu Horio Norio Imai Tsuyoshi Maekawa Masatoshi Masanobu Jaromír Novotný Shozo Shimamoto Kazuo Shiraga Ruyi Tanaka Jef Verheyen Yun Hyong-Keun

Boris Vervoordt created the Axel Vervoordt Gallery in 2011. The gallery opened in a historic space in the centre of Antwerp with an exhibition by Günther Uecker. Boris chose to open the gallery in the exact location where his father had mounted exhibitions for Uecker and Jef Verheyen in the 1970s. The first exhibition — and those that followed — linked this new start to the company’s long history with art and its original home in the Vlaeykensgang. This continued a path of more than 40 years of working closely with artists. Axel Vervoordt Gallery opened a second venue in central Hong Kong in 2014, since March 2019 the gallery moved to a another space on the other side of the Hong Kong island, in Wong Chuk Hang.

Antwerp  Hong Kong www.axel-vervoordt.com Director: Boris Vervoordt

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Renato Nicolodi, Ibant Obscuri, 2018 black marble Noir de Mazy, 74,4 x 35 x 18.7 cm, courtesy of the artist and Axel Vervoordt Gallery

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AXEL VERVOORDT GALLERY Artist at the fair Tsuyoshi Maekawa (b. 1936, Japan) Lives and works in Sasayama

The paintings of Tsuyoshi Maekawa are not to be interpreted as direct representations of something. They are without any reference other than to the act of making them. To create his work, Maekawa randomly places pieces of a jute rice bag onto a canvas, then cuts, sews and folds the material and pours whole cans of coloured enamel paint over it. He does this without having a preliminary concept in mind; the act of intuitively creating the work itself is more important, and more determining of its final results.

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Tsuyoshi Maekawa, 1963 G 100-2, 1963 oil and burlap on canvas, 162 x 130 cm, courtesy of Axel Vervoordt Gallery

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VIGO

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Daniel Crews-Chubb (b. 1984, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London

Johnny Abrahams Derrick Adams Bram Bogart Boyle Family Kadar Brock Matthew Burrows Biggs & Collings Heywood & Condie Leonardo Drew Ibrahim El-Salahi Hassan Hajjaj Marcus Harvey Henry Krokatsis Penny Lamb Duncan MacAskill Oliver Marsden Nika Neelova Amir Nikravan Jenny Watson Masaaki Yamada

Created in London in 2011, Vigo represents emerging and established international artists, curating shows in both the public and private arenas. We have a particular interest in the African diaspora and AfricanAmerican artists, although our programme is truly international, working with artists and estates from Belgium, Russia, America and Japan, alongside our British contingent. In addition to our contemporary focus and primary programme, Vigo Gallery also shines light on historically significant, yet often undervalued artists.

London www.vigogallery.com Director: Toby Clarke

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Daniel Crews-Chubb, Chariot (red, orange, green), 2018 oil, acrylic, spray paint, ink, charcoal, coarse pumice gel and collaged fabrics on canvas, 200 x 360 cm, courtesy of the artist and Vigo Gallery, London

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VIGO Artist at the fair Daniel Crews-Chubb (b. 1984, United Kingdom) Lives and works in London

Daniel Crews-Chubb’s paintings combine powerful visual archetypes, familiar throughout human history, gods, mythical characters, nudes, beasts, trees and chariots. These characters are rendered in mixedmedia works that typically incorporate drawing, collage and painting. They embody a search for the authentic, the raw and the unrefined, and are subtly influenced by consumer culture, Modernism, antiquity, ethnographic sculpture and the history of mark-making, from cave painting to Expressionism. His repetition of figurative motives becomes a vehicle for exploring the act of painting itself, utilising a repertoire of seemingly casual marks that are, in fact, worked and reworked to create hard-won, layered paintings.

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Daniel Crews-Chubb, Zeus(!) (White), 2019 oil, oil bar, charcoal, ink, pastel, sand, spray paint, coarse pumice gel and collaged fabrics on canvas, 210 x 150 cm, courtesy of the artist and Vigo Gallery, London

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NADJA VILENNE

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Michael Dans (b. 1971, Belgium) Lives and works in Liege Maen Florin (b. 1954, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Olivier Foulon (b. 1976, Belgium) Lives and works in Berlin Suchan Kinoshita (b. 1960, Japan) Lives and works in Brussels Brecht Koelman (b. 1988, Belgium) Lives and works in Genk Jacqueline Mesmaeker (b. Belgium, 1929) Lives and works in Brussels Marie Zolamian (b. 1975, Lebanon) Lives and works in Liège

Jacques Charlier Alevtina Kakhidze Aglaia Konrad Charlotte Lagro Sophie Langohr Jacques Lizène Emilio Lopez Menchero Benjamin Monti John Murphy Pol Pierart Eran Schaerf Valérie Sonnier Raphaël Van Lerberghe Gaetane Verbruggen

Galerie Nadja Vilenne was founded in Liege in 1998. The gallery works closely with twenty artists, both emerging and internationally established. Alongside its exhibitions Nadja Vilenne produces publications, edits books, undertakes external curatorial projects, and participates in several international art fairs.

Liège www.nadjavilenne.com Director: Nadia Vilenne

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Jacqueline Mesmaeker, Bourses de ceinture, 2018 soie et velours, 20 x 6 cm each, © photo: Isabelle Arthuis / Fondation d’entreprise Hermès


WETTERLING GALLERY a.37 PRIME

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Nathalia Edenmont (b. 1970, former Soviet Union) Lives and works in Stockholm Shana Lutker (b. 1978, United States of America) Lives and works in Los Angeles Marjolein Rothman (b. 1974, Netherlands) Lives and works in Amsterdam

Aidan Linda Bäckström Peter Blake Sebastian Blanck Ylva Ceder Angela de la Cruz Karin Davie Jim Dine Isca Greenfield-Sanders Timothy Greenfield-Sanders Liva Isakson Lundin Allen Jones Astrid Kruse Jensen Love Lundell Jason Martin James Rosenquist SEO Amy Simon Mike & Doug Starn Frank Stella Bernar Venet Pinar Yolacan

Wetterling Gallery is one of the leading galleries for contemporary art in Scandinavia, with a dynamic programme of both highly internationally acclaimed artists, and young upcoming artists from Sweden. We consider ourselves a long-term partner for our artists, collectors, institutions and the general public that plays a significant role for the development of both the local and the international art scenes.

Stockholm www.wetterlinggallery.com Directors: Johanna Malm, Lo Nylén

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Nathalia Edenmont, A Moment Like This, 2018 c-print mounted onto aluminium behind glass in a black wooden frame, 160 x 177 cm, © Nathalia Edenmont

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WHITEHOUSE GALLERY d.39

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Anton Cotteleer (b. 1974, Belgium) Lives and works in Kalmthout Hadassah Emmerich (b. 1974, Netherlands) Lives and works in Brussels

Caroline Coolen Warre Mulder Mathias Prenen Stefan Serneels Greet Van Autgaerden

Founded in May, 2014, the Whitehouse Gallery works with a growing circle of (international) artists and curators. By fostering collaboration, we aspire to be a dynamic institution that is open to innovation and new artistic developments. The expansion of the gallery in September, 2017, resulted in the opening of an additional 120m2 project space and a 350m2 exhibition space in an adjacent building on the site. Twice a year, a curator is invited to select an (international) artist for a non-commercial project.

Lovenjoel www.thewhitehousegallery.be Director: Bert Verlinden

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Anton Cotteleer, Big decorative piece, 2019 acrylic resin, epoxy resin, nylon vessels, iron, textile, 180 x 145 x 90 cm, © Anton Cotteleer

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ZENO X Artists at the fair Michaël Borremans (b. 1963, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Dirk Braeckman (b. 1958, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Jan De Maesschalck (b. 1958, Belgium) Lives and works in Stekene Johannes Kahrs (b. 1965, Germany) Lives and works in Berlin Mark Manders (b. 1968, Netherlands) Lives and works in Ronse Philip Metten (b. 1977, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Paulo Monteiro (b. 1961, Brazil) Lives and works in São Paulo N. Dash (b. 1980, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Marina Rheingantz (b. 1983, Brazil) Lives and works in São Paulo Grace Schwindt (b. 1979, Germany) Lives and works in London and Amsterdam Hyun-Sook Song (b. 1952, Korea) Lives and works in Hamburg Bart Stolle (b. 1974, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Mircea Suciu (b. 1978, Romania) Lives and works in Cluj Luc Tuymans (b. 1958, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp Patrick Van Caeckenbergh (b. 1960, Belgium) Lives and works in Ghent Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven (b. 1951, Belgium) Lives and works in Antwerp In 1981, Frank and Eliane Demaegd founded Zeno x Gallery in an old 20th-century town house in Antwerp’s South district. In 2002 a second gallery space, named Zeno x Storage, opened in the Borgerhout district, in the east of the city. After more than 30 years, Zeno x Gallery moved the main focus of its programme from Antwerp South to Borgerhout. This expansion has stimulated Zeno X’s development and has offered opportunities to mount more prominent and larger-scale exhibitions.

Antwerp www.zeno-x.com Director: Frank Demaegd

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Mark Manders, Two Immovable Heads, 2015-2016 patinated bronze, 138 x 104 x 162 cm, © Philippe De Gobert

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ZIDOUN-BOSSUYT

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Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil (b. 1975, Luxembourg & 1964, France) Live and work in Brussels Louis Granet (b. 1991, France) Lives and works in Saint-Denis Tomokazu Matsuyama (b. 1976, Japan) Lives and works in New York Jayson Musson (b. 1977, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Jeff Sonhouse (b. 1968, United States of America) Lives and works in New York Summer L. Wheat (b. 1977, United States of America) Lives and works in New York

Noel Anderson Frank Brunner Luca Dellaverson David Deroo Danny Fox Luis Gispert Duron Jackson Brad Kahlhamer Wil Lofy Mustafa Maluka Bradley Mccallum & Jacqueline Tarry Franck Miltgen Adam Parker Smith Devorah Sperber Julie Tremblay Thomas Zitzwitz

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ZWART HUIS Artist at the fair Liliane Vertessen (b. 1952, Belgium) Lives and works in Heusden-Zolder

Liliane Vertessen was one of the first Belgian artists to use her own body as an artistic medium. During the early 1970s, Vertessen began creating self-portraits with a camera and a delay timer. She photographs herself in a variety of poses, which are often erotically charged and highly staged. There is a mysterious ambiguity to her work: the provocative role play suggests limitless exhibitionism, yet by hiding in a cliché of ‘the Woman’, she never exposes herself, and her actual identity remains elusive.

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Participating galleries

Austria

SORRY WE’RE CLOSED

360

LES FILLES DU CALVAIRE

162

ERNST HILGER

196

SPAZIO NOBILE

366

JEAN FOURNIER

168

GALERIE KANDLHOFER

226

STEMS GALLERY

368

FREEDMAN FITZPATRICK

66

KRINZINGER

234

STIEGLITZ19

370

CHRISTOPHE GAILLARD

176

MARIO MAURONER

266

TEMPLON

Belgium

380, 382

HIGH ART

68

TRANSIT

386

HUSSENOT

212

VALERIE_TRAAN

394

LELONG & CO.

242

NATHALIE OBADIA

298

BALLON ROUGE COLLECTIVE

60

SOFIE VAN DE VELDE &

BARONIAN XIPPAS

96

PLUS-ONE GALLERY

396

ONIRIS - FLORENT PAUMELLE

300

TIM VAN LAERE GALLERY

400

PACT

304

GALERIE PAPILLON

306 316

BASE-ALPHA BERNIER/ELIADES

98, 100 104

AXEL VERVOORDT GALLERY

402, 404

CALLEWAERT VANLANGENDONCK 112

NADJA VILENNE

410

ALMINE RECH

DAMIEN & THE LOVE GURU

WHITEHOUSE GALLERY

414

MICHEL REIN

ZENO X

416

SAGE

330, 332

420

SEMIOSE

346, 348

DAUWENS & BEERNAERT

64 132

PATRICK DE BROCK

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ZWART HUIS

KRISTOF DE CLERCQ

138, 140

MENDES WOOD DM

DÉPENDANCE

142

GALLERY FIFTY ONE

160

Brazil

FELIX FRACHON

170

MENDES WOOD DM

GEUKENS & DE VIL

180

GLADSTONE GALLERY

182

Bulgaria

HOPSTREET

204

SARIEV CONTEMPORARY

XAVIER HUFKENS

208, 210

RODOLPHE JANSSEN

222, 224

KETELEER GALLERY

228

IRÈNE LAUB

236

ANTOINE LAURENTIN

238

HARLAN LEVEY PROJECTS LMNO LA MAISON DE RENDEZ-VOUS MARIONDECANNIÈRE MARUANI MERCIER GRETA MEERT MEESSEN DE CLERCQ MLF | MARIE-LAURE FLEISCH MULIER MULIER

246, 248

276, 278

Canada DIVISION

148

China HDM GALLERY

70 256

188

Czech Republic LUCIE DRDOVA

150

262, 264 270 272, 274 282 288, 290 298

O V PROJECT

302 72

Denmark HANS ALF GALLERY

PIETRO SPARTÀ

374, 376

TEMPLON

380, 382

ANTOINE LAURENTIN

238

90

CHARLOTTE FOGH

166

GETHER CONTEMPORARY

178

418 GALLERY

82, 82

CHOI&LAGER

122, 124

CONRADI

128

JOCHEN HEMPEL

194

HOUSE OF EGORN

206

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220

PARISA KIND

230

KLEINDIENST

232

MAZZOLI

268

NINO MIER GALLERY

280

NOME

294

SEXAUER

352

BLAIN|SOUTHERN

106

KRISTIN HJELLEGJERDE

198

Greece France CEYSSON & BÉNÉTIÈRE

BERNIER/ELIADES

104

116, 118

QG GALLERY

314

GALERIE CHARLOT

120

Hong Kong

ALMINE RECH

316

GALERIE DEROUILLON

144

10 CHANCERY LANE

(RE)D.

318

GILLES DROUAULT

152

AXEL VERVOORDT GALLERY

MICHEL REIN

320

ERIC DUPONT

470

364

SUZANNE TARASIEVE

Germany 338

252

NATHALIE OBADIA PAID BY THE ARTIST

276, 278

320

156, 158

78, 80 402, 404


Participating galleries

Hungary ACB GALLERY ANI MOLNÁR GALLERY

Russia 84 284

Iceland HVERFISGALLERÍ

EDEL ASSANTI

154

GALERIE IRAGUI

216

HDM GALLERY

188

POP/OFF/ART GALLERY

308

PATRICK HEIDE

190

KRISTIN HJELLEGJERDE

198

L’ÉTRANGÈRE

244

NEW ART CENTRE

292

ALMINE RECH

316

REPETTO GALLERY

322

RONCHINI GALLERY

324

ROSENFELD PORCINI

326

South Africa 214

Israel

SMAC

356

South Korea

BRAVERMAN GALLERY

110

GALLERY BATON

GALERIE CHARLOT

120

CHOI&LAGER

122, 124

JASON HAAM

184

THE RYDER PROJECTS

328

HAKGOJAE GALLERY

186

TIWANI CONTEMPORARY

384

Italy THOMAS BRAMBILLA

108

MAZZOLI

268

EDUARDO SECCI

340, 342

TYBURN

Spain LUIS ADELANTADO ADN GALERIA

Luxembourg CEYSSON & BÉNÉTIÈRE

116, 118

NOSBAUM REDING

296

ZIDOUN-BOSSUYT GALLERY

418

102

VIGO 86 88 350

PIERO ATCHUGARRY

MICHEL SOSKINE

362

BLAIN|SOUTHERN CATINCA TABACARU

Sweden

CEYSSON & BÉNÉTIÈRE 412

Mexico PROYECTOS MONCLOVA LUIS ADELANTADO

310, 312 86

Netherlands ALTHUIS HOFLAND

92

Switzerland COUNTER SPACE

62 286

LELONG & CO.

344

MARTOS GALLERY

RON MANDOS

254

Taiwan

TEGENBOSCHVANVREDEN

378

LIANG GALLERY

UPSTREAM

392

74

250

Turkey SANATORIUM 240

FILOMENA SOARES

358

182

RICHARD HELLER

BARBARA SEILER WEISS FALK

United Arab Emirates ISABELLE VAN DEN EYNDE

192 200, 202 242 258, 260

NINO MIER GALLERY

280

ALMINE RECH

316

SHULAMIT NAZARIAN

354

MICHEL SOSKINE

362

MARC STRAUS

372

STEVE TURNER 334, 336

66

GLADSTONE GALLERY

ANNE MOSSERI-MARLIO

164

114 116, 118 172

THE HOLE

126

94 106

FREIGHT+VOLUME

146

FLATLAND

LEHMANN + SILVA

FREEDMAN FITZPATRICK

DITESHEIM&MAFFEI FINE ART

CINNNAMON

Portugal

United States of America

SENDA

WETTERLING GALLERY

390 406, 408

MENDES WOOD DM

388 276, 278

Uruguay 398

PIERO ATCHUGARRY

94

Romania 418 GALLERY

82

United Kingdom

Zimbabwe

GAEP

174

ALICE BLACK

IVAN GALLERY

218

BLAIN|SOUTHERN

106

DIVISON OF LABOUR

126

COPPERFIELD

130

471

58

CATINCA TABACARU

114


Exhibiting artists

223, aka Lin Zhipeng 370 Aballí, Ignasi 272 Abrahams, Johnny 200 Abramović, Marina 234 Ackermann, Franz 380 Adnan, Etel 242 Aerts, Nel 396 AES+F 350 Ahmed, Haseeb 246 Aires, Carlos 88 Albarracín, Pilar 358 Albenda, Ricci 182 Alberola, Jean-Michel 380 Aldrich, Richard 142, 182 Alec Hardy, James 198 Alechinsky, Pierre 242 Almeida, Helena 358 Almond, Darren 104 Alonso, Angel 362 Altmann, Mathis 66 Altmejd, David 208 Alvarez, Anton 292 Aly, Marie 396 Ammerlaan, Frank 392 Anatsui, El 402 Anthoons, Willy 238 Aoki, Ryoko 330 Arancio, Salvatore 346 Armitage, Kenneth 292 Arms, Oliver 184 Arsham, Daniel 254 Art Orienté Objet (Marion Laval-Jeantet & Benoît Mangin) 162 Asse, Geneviève 146 Assig, Martin 190 Atelier Van Lieshout 234

473

Attia, Kader 234 Avramidis, Joannis 146 Ba, Omar 380 Bae, Yoon Hwan 102 Bae, Bien-U 402 Baier, Nicolas 148 Bailly, Virginie 386 Bak, Imre 84 Balkenhol, Stephan 296, 350 Balseca, Adrián 350 Banerjee, Rina 298 Barker, Sara 292 Barré, Martin 298 Basic, Ivana 304 Basquiat, Jean-Michel 160 Bastien, Arne 386 Bayraktar, Kerem Ozan 334, 336 Bayrle, Thomas 142 Beijer, de, Jasper 164 Belin, Valerie 298 Beloufa, Neïl 152 Benedict, Will 142 Benglis, Lynda 108 Berdaguer&Péjus 306 Berlanger, Marcel 222, 224, 296 Bernini, Romain 188, 374 Berrocal, Miguel 360 Berryhill, Michael 70 Bertrand, Amélie 348 Bevan, Tony 362 Bianchi, Domenico 324 Bichão, Sara 358 Bidault, Alice 364 Bienvenu, Todd 316 Bijl, Guillaume 228 Biltereyst, Alain 96 Bin, Woo Hyuk 102

Bittman, Samantha 324 Blair, Morgan 200 Bleckner, Ross 262 Blytt, Are 282 Boccato, Daniel 360 Boch, Cathryn 306 Bock, Katinka 270 Boeckmans, Toon 132 Boehm, Armin 90 Boetti, Alighiero 322 Bogart, Bram 222 Bogia, Chris 354 Bokor, Miklos 146 Boll, Otto 402 Bondu, Maxime 62 Bonin, Sébastien 320 Bonnet, Louise 280 Borremans, Michaël 416 Boske, Kim 164 Bosmans, Kasper 182 Bosquê, Paloma 276 Bourgeois, Louise 208 Bourouissa, Mohamed 302 Bouvier, Amélie 246 Bradley, Slater 358 Bradley, Ry David 200 Braeckman, Dirk 416 Breukers, Tim 318 Breunig, Andreas 280 Breure, Sander & Witte van Hulzen 378 Brinkmann, Thorsten 204 Brodmann, Vittorio 66 Broodthaers, Marcel 160 Brosinski, Jenny 122, 124, 396 Bru, Lucia 402 Brunetti, Markus 402


Exhibiting artists

Buehler, Marcel Buggenhout, Peter Bùi, Công Khánh Buraglio, Pierre Burgert, Jonas Burroughs, William S. Bury, Pol Butz, Heinz Butzer, André Bytebier, Jean-Marie Cafmeyer, Elias Calais, Stéphane Calvin, Brian Calzolari, Pier Paolo Camagni, Giulio Carlesso, Gianpietro Caro, Anthony Carpentier, Patrick Casebere, James Cattaneo, Alice César Chafes, Rui Chapline, Jonathan Chapma, Jake & Dinos Cheng, Ian Chia, Sandro Chihota, Virginia Christison, Aisha Christo Cienski, Marcin Clement, Louisa Clemente, Francesco Cloquet, Marie Cockburn, Julie Cognée, Philippe Cohen, Felipe Cohen, Jeanine

474

198 402 78, 80 116 106 346 360 220 280 318 256 152 316 322 146 324 292 282 380 282 360 358 202 106 182 372 384 64 330 194 104 380 184 204 296, 380 174 214

Cole, Stijn 318 Collishaw, Mat 106 Comte, Claudia 182 Conley, Jaclyn 264 Convert, Pascal 156 Cook, Ethan 134, 136 Copers, Leo 228 Cortesao, Gil Heitor 374 Cotteleer, Anton 414 Coutu, Patrick 148 Crespin, Elias 188 Crespo Foix, Antonio 362 Creten, Johan 386 Crews-Chubb, Daniel 406, 408 Croes, Eric 360 Croft, José Pedro 236 Csutak, Magda 284 d’Ansembourg, Antoinette 62 D’Hollander, Ilse 396 Dafflon, Stéphane 96 Dana, Yves 146 Dancy, Mira 212 Dannert, Frauke 226 Dans, Michael 410 De Beir, Dominique 168 De Beukelaer, Sergio 396 De Boeck, Lieven 272, 274 De Brabandere, Mario 140 De Lepeleire, Damien 318 De Maesschalck, Jan 416 De Sauter, Willy 396 De Vos, Kasper 396 de Waal, Edmund 292 De Wilde, Johan 204 De Wit, Johan 138 Dekyndt, Edith 270 DeLap, Tony 154

Dellavedova, Mario DEMOCRACIA Denny, Robyn Derain, André des Monstiers, Julien Desgrandchamps, Marc Devriendt, Robert Dezeuze, Daniel Di Giovanni, Marco Dietman, Erik Dillemuth, Stephan Dilworth, Norman Dine, Jim Dondeyne, Luc Downsbrough, Peter Driesen, Stef Droguet, Philippe Du Bois, Arpaïs Du Pasquier, Nathalie Dubuffet, Jean Dudek, Marcin Dujardin, Filip Dumas, Marlene Dunham, Carroll Dupont, Richard Durham, Jimmie Dzama, Marcel Early, Jack Edenmont, Nathalia Eglitis, Andris Eken, Rose El Kanbouhi, Hamid Eloyan, Armen Emin, Tracey Emmerich, Hadassah Epstein, Hannah Ericsson, TR

268 88 292 360 176 242 96 380 322 306 212 300 380 386 152 270 364 160 270 242 246 394 416 182 340 320 400 288 412 308 166 318 400 208 414 388 246


Exhibiting artists

Ernst, Max 360 Estrada, Adolfo 146 Etrog, Sorel 154 Ettinger, Bracha L. 110 Eyckermans, Bendt 396 Eynon, Douglas 222 Fabre, Jan 266, 380 Fagbohoun, Dimitri 170 Fatmi, Mounir 88, 116 Favre, Lionel 266 Favreau, Julie 206 Feipel, Jean & Martine Bechameil 418 Fernandes, Priscila 126 FERRO 266 Figgis, Genieve 316 Firman, Daniel 116 Flanagan, Barry 242 Fleury, Sylvie 316 Floc’h, Nicolas 252 Florin, Maen 410 Fontaine, Thierry 162 Fontana, Lucio 322, 330 Foulon, Olivier 410 François, Michel 208 Frandsen, Erik August 90 Fridfinnsson, Hreinn 272 Gabriel, João 240 Gagliardi, Louisa 222 Ganseman, Yannick 72 Gard, Jay 352 Gardner, Alex 200 Garnica, Maika 256 Garouste, Gérard 380 Gasparotto, Lara 370 Geers, Kendell 88, 222, 266 Gees, Paul 394

475

Gelitin 400 Gelzis, Indrikis 126 Gerstberger, Yann 360 Gijs Van Vaerenbergh 394 Gilbert & George 104 Gillick, Liam 102 Goddard, François-Xavier 238 Goldin+Senneby 294 Goldrajch, Stephan 332 González, Beatriz 346 Gorchov, Ron 108, 262 Gormley, Antony 208 Gossage, John 330 Goudal, Noémie 154, 162 Grabner, Michelle 286 Graham, Dan 358 Granet, Louis 418 Gratrix, Georgina 356 Grau Garriga, Josep 362 Grilo, Sarah 242 Gruyaert, Harry 160 Guariglia, Justin Brice 262 Guarneri, Riccardo 326 Guerrero, José 146 Guldditte Hestelund, Lea 342 Gupta, Ratna 170 Győri, Andrea Éva 246 Hall, Nigel 292 Halley, Peter 262, 268 Hantaï, Simon 168 Harms, Bendix 280 Harrison, Margaret 88 Haynes, Nancy 110 Hazelzet, Thibault 176 Heck, Kati 400 Hemer, André 198 Hendrickson, Nolan 212

Henning, Anton 400 Henry, Adam 272 Hepworth, Barbara 292 Hiramatsu, Tenki 344 Hockney, David 242 Hofmann, Julius 232 Hoh, Woo Jung 102 Holloway, Evan 208 Holzapfel, Olaf 96 Horfee, Antwan 396 Horn, Roni 208 Houseago, Thomas 208 Howard, Rachel 106 Hsu, Chia-Wei 250 Huang, Xiaoling 370 Huber, Thomas 146 Hubert, Gauthier 236 Hugo, François 360 Hume, Gary 292 Huynh, Jean-Baptiste 242 Hwami, Kudzanai-Violet 390 Immendorf, Jörg 374 Ingimarsdóttir, Guðný Rósa 214 Ioannou, Athina 236 Iseri, Merve 60 Israel, Reuven 110, 354 Išt Huzjan, Ištvan 312 Jablon, Samuel 172 Jamie, Cameron 104 Janssens, Philip 60 Jaune, Oda 382 Jennes, Pieter 396 Johnson, Ray 302 Jones, Kim 416 Joumard, Véronique 152 Journiac, Michel 176 Jungwirth, Martha 234


Exhibiting artists

Jusforgues, Philippe Kaarstein, Henrik Olai Kahn, Wyatt Kahrs, Johannes Kajahl Kallat, Jitish Kamwathi, Peterson Kang, Yo-bae Kang, Robin Kannemeyer, Anton Kapoor, Anish Karamanolis, Stelios Kavallieratos, Dionisis Kawamata, Tadashi Kermarrec, Joël Kessler, Jon Khatibi, Sanam Kim, Hyunsik Kim, Sang Gyun Kimsooja Kinoshita, Suchan Kiswanson, Tarik Kleinhamplová, Barbora Knoebel, Imi Koelman, Brecht Koh, San Keum Kolehmainen, Ola Kollar, Martin Kolle, Regine Korichi, Youcef Kosuth, Joseph Kowanz, Brigitte Kraijer, Juul Kremer, Paul Kreutzberger, Lilian Kronz, Bradley Kryzecki, Caroline

476

302 178 208 416 192 380 196 186 198 196 288 164 104 290 306 340 222 186 102 402 410 316 150 220, 358 410 102 350 188 152 374 316 234 162 262 126 68, 288 352

Kunath, Friedrich Kusnir, Carlos LAb[au] Lahlou, Mehdi-Georges Lamas, Nicolás Land, Peter Lang, Pe Langer, Laura Laska, Sadie Lasker, Jonathan Le Minh, Isabelle Lee, Paul Lee, Jinyong Lee, Jin Woo Lee, Jeewi Leiter, Saul Lerooy, Thomas Levi Jones, Samuel Levine, Sherrie Libuda, Walter Linder Litichevsky, Georgy Loze, Ariane Lu, Chao Ludwig Lutgens, William Lutker, Shana Lutz-Kinoy, Matthew Ma, Liuming Maciuca, Dan Maekawa, Tsuyoshi Maire, Benoît Malagrida, Anna Manders, Mark Manigaud, Éric Mannaerts, Valérie Mapplethorpe, Robert María Sicilia, José

400 158 266 386 272 228 268 74 116 262 176 302 186 188 352 160 222 242 208 232 142 216 320 188 396 412 66, 276 186 190 404 272, 298 350 416 160 104 208, 330 272

Marshall, Lee 58 Matousch, Kristina 286 Matsuyama, Tomokazu 418 Maximova, Margarita 64 McCarthy, Paul 208 McCaslin, Matthew 152 McNamee-Tweed / Hannah Epstein, Kevin 388 Meert, Julien 360 Meese, Jonathan 234, 380, 400 Meier, Christoph 296 Melotti, Fausto 322 Méndez Blake, Jorge 272 Mentzingen, Philip 266 Mercier, Mathieu 262 Merino, Eugenio 88 Merz, Marisa 104 Mesmaeker, Jacqueline 410 Messager, Annette 104, 330 Metten, Philip 416 Metzel, Olaf 220 Meyers, Linn 184 Meyers, Ari Benjamin 110 Michael, Alan 68 Michanek, Hannes 230 Miletić, Hana 70 Missika, Adrien 310 Modi, Prathap 170 Modisakeng, Mohau 254 Mohr, Manfred 120 Mollino, Carlo 330 Molnar, Vera 300 Moninot, Bernard 168 Monosov, Rachel 114 Monteiro, Paulo 416 Montejo, Ariel Cabrera 268 Moore, Henry 292


Exhibiting artists

Morellet, François 106, 300 Moriyama, Daido 330 Mosley, Ryan 400 Mouffe, Michel 402 Moulène, Jean-Luc 270, 364 Moyer, Sam 222 Muehl, Otto 156 Mulleady, Jill 66 Müller, Thomas 190 Muniz, Vik 96 Murat, Lucien 376 Muresan, Ciprian 212 Mušič, Zoran 146 Musson, Jayson 418 N. Dash 416 Najd, Maryam 318 Nakai, Katsumi 324 Nakajima, Osamu 146 Nasaka, Yuko 402 Nash, David 242 Nava, Robert 360 Navarro, Iván 380 Naveau, Nadia 98, 100 Navet, Alexandre Benjamin 144 Nazareth, Paulo 276 Neagu, Paul 218 Neel, Alice 208 Neelova, Nika 282 Negmat, Tahmina 92 Nemours, Aurelie 300 Newton, Helmut 330 Nicolodi, Renato 402 Nimer Pjota, Paulo 276 Nkanga, Otobong 276 Noel, Alexandra 66 Nonas, Richard 302 Nordström, Jockum 416

477

Nourry, Prune 380 Novotny, Jaromir 180 Novros, David 108 Nuur, Navid 220 Nyandoro, Gareth 356, 384 Ocampo, Manuel 296 Ödlund, Christine 282 Oh, Se-Yeol 186 Ojanen, Joakim 192 Ojo, Kayode 258, 260 Okón, Yoshua 310 Op de Beeck, Hans 234, 254 ORLAN 116 Oudshoorn, Reinoud 190 Ouedraogo, Nyaba L. 170 Oursler, Tony 96 Oussou, Thierry 384 Ozbolt, Djordje 102 Pagk, Paul 156 Paolini, Giulio 322 Parmentier, Michel 168 Parmiggiani, Claudio 272 Parsons, Vicken 138 Paschke, Ed 374 Pasmore, Victor 292 Pearson, Anthony 184 Penalva, João 358 Penck, A.R. 374 Perry, Hannah 92 Pessoa, Solange 276 Pessoli, Alessandro 280 Pétrel, Aurélie 116 Pétrovitch, Françoise 346 Pfahler, Georg Karl 314 Philips, Karl 132 Piangiamore, Alessandro 322 Picabia, Francis 330

Picasso, Pablo 360 Pierre et Gilles 380 Pignon-Ernest, Ernest 242 Pigott, Tristan 58 Pinto, Tulio 350 Pirri, Alfredo 340 Pistoletto, Michelangelo 322 Pitarch, Jaime 328 Pitié, Agathe 362 Platter, Cameron 196 Plensa, Jaume 242 Polo, Tom 386 Posenenske, Charlotte 396 Pouyan, Shahpour 130 Pretzer, Paul 372 Prouvost, Laure 298 Pugnaire, Florian & David Raffini 116 Pula, Margaret Loy 372 Quetsch, Roland 118 Quinze, Arne 262 Quistrebert, Florian & Michael 392 R, Tal 400 Racana-Weiler, Olympe 156 Rae, Fiona 298 Ramsey, Autumn 70 Recycle Group 374 Redjaian, Haleh 398 Reith, Louis 166 Renouf, Edda 286 Rheingantz, Marina 416 Rhode, Robin 110 Richer, Evariste 272 Rico, Gabriel 180 Riedel, Michael 320 Rinck, Stefan 360 Robarts, Evan 200


Exhibiting artists

Rochat, Anne Roegiers, Antoine Roggy, Nicolas Rondinone, Ugo Rosić, Jonathan Rothman, Marjolein Rouan, François Ruby, Sterling Ruckhäberle, Christoph Rust, Tajh Sabatté, Lionel Sailstorfer, Michael Saksi, Kustaa Sala, Avelino Salle, David Sandison, Charles Santoro, Vittorio Sarin, Edgar Sarkis Sassolino, Arcangelo Sayler, Diet Scaglia, Giancarlo Schacht, Kelly Schiemann, Jan-Ole Schnapf, Marty Schneider, Anne-Marie Schoorel, Maaike Schröder, Jana Schroeder, Jannis Schubert, Yann-Vari Schütte, Thomas Schwindt, Grace Scodro, Alberto Scott, Michael Scott-Douglas, Hugh Scully, Sean Séchas, Alain

478

62 374 66 182, 360 330 412 146 208 360 368 116 310 366 88 268 96 62 320 298 322 82 104 272 316 58 320 396 280 272 128 364 416 138 96 102 106 364

Segal, George 380 Senatore, Marinella 356 Sendas, Noé 204 Sérandour, Yann 86 Serra, Paolo 324 Shaw, George 262 Shiota, Chiharu 106, 380 Shonibare MBE, Yinka 106 Siena, James 96 Sigurðsson, Hrafnkell 214 Silva, Bela 366 Simeti, Turi 316 Simonetti, Fin 304 Sledsens, Ben 400 Smith, Adam Parker 200 Smith, Kiki 242 Sodi, Bosco 402 Sonck, Jacques 160 Song, Hyun-Sook 416 Sonhouse, Jeff 418 Stahl, Lucie 66, 142 Stallaerts, Helmut 96, 104 Stamm, Michael 354 Stampone, Giuseppe 282, 340 Steegmann Mangrané, Daniel 278 Stettner, Louis 160 Stezaker, John 302 Stöhrer, Sebastian 344 Stolle, Bart 416 Stroobant, Dominique 402 Suciu, Mircea 416 Suter, Vivian 182 Sweeney, Spencer 188 Swennen, Walter 208 Tahon, Johan 194 Takis 96, 288, 360 Tawakol, Hoda 398

Tchenkov, Valio 338 Templeton, Ed 400 Teruya, Yuken 94 Theys, Koen 228 Thys, Harald & Jos de Gruyter 142 Tirelli, Marco 146, 402 Tobias, Gert & Uwe 222 Toguo, Barthélémy 1 88, 242, 266, 296 Tomek, Pablo 176 Tordoir, Narcisse 318 Toroni, Niele 364 Touborg, Kristian 340 Touloub, Achraf 96 Tran, Thu Van 272 Troika 254 Turk, Gavin 262 Tursic, Ida & Wilfried Mille 316, 364 Tušek, Mitja 116 Tuymans, Luc 416 Tweelinckx, Roeland 236 Tyberghein, Charline 396 Uecker, Günther 402 Utzni, Sebastian 62 V. Roels, Bruno 160 Vacheva, Martina 338 Valentim, Rubem 276 Valenzuela, Rodrigo 226 van Barneveld, Joan 318 Van Bossche, Guy 288 Van Caeckenbergh, Patrick 416 Van de Moortel, Joris 234 Van de Velde, Rinus 400 Van Den Broek, Koen 102 Van der Auwera, Emmanuel 248 Van Imschoot, Jan 380


Exhibiting artists

Van Kerckhoven, Anne-Mie 416 van Lieshout, Erik 234 van Luit, Chaim 272 van Minnen, Christian Rex 192 Van Zeebroek, Loïc 132 Vance, Lesley 210 Vanden Eynde, Maarten 272 Vandenberghe, Thomas 370 Vandenbranden, Guy 112 Vanoorlé, Geert 394 Varelas, Jannis 234 Varga Weisz, Paloma 182 Vásquez de la Horra, Sandra 350 Venet, Bernar 116 Verdier, Fabienne 242 Vergara, Angel 302, 402 Vermeersch, Pieter 270 Vermeulen, Pierre 356 Vertessen, Liliane 420 Viallat, Claude 116, 380 Vidal, Pep 252 Villalba, Darío 86 Vingerling, Evi 138 Viola, Bill 106 Virnich, Anna 310 Visch, Henk 400

479

Vlaemminck, Lisa Voet, Leen Vonck, Ferdinand Vranken, Leon Wächtler, Peter Waliczky, Tamás Walker, Katie Wang, Keping Wang, Xiaoshuang Wang, Du Ward, Rebecca Watson, Jenny Weinberger, Lois Weiner, Lawrence Wenzel, Anne Werner, Jasmin West, Franz Weyer, Anke Wheat, Summer Whettnall, Sophie Willequet, André Williams, Michael Willis Thomas, Hank Wise, Chloe Witek, Anita Wuidar, Léon

222 96 238 272 142 284 292 298 188 188 324 386 234 106 374 64 400 280 354 320 238 182 262 316 244 222

Xie, Lei Yaegashi, Yui Yahnker, Eric Yamamoto, Masao Yanai, Guy Yang, Haegue Yaque, José Ye, Linghan Yi, Anicka Yoon, Suk One Yoors, Jan Yun, Suknam Zimbelmann, Waldemar Zimmermann, Peter Zipp, Thomas Zobernig, Heimo Zoderer, Beat Zoete, Dirk Zolamian, Marie Zonder, Jérôme Zorio, Gilberto Zorrilla, Joe Zucker, Joe Zurstrassen, Yves

188 70 200 160 164 142 266 188 182 102 160 186 92 358 234 146 346 160 410 298 96 270 108 96


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