Meessen De Clercq

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Meessen De Clercq is a contemporary art gallery in Brussels, Belgium.[1][2] The gallery is in an old building with three floors.[3][4] In 2007, art historian Olivier Meessen and art lover Jan De Clercq began to work to start a contemporary art gallery in Brussels.[5] In April 2008 the gallery opened, with a group show of works by seven artists. After this first show, the gallery closed to rebuild it. From September 2008 the gallery re-opened with group and solo shows by both older and new artists.[6]

Artists[change | change source]

Artists who show their work include:[7]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Philosophy". Retrieved 6 July 2016.
  2. Lequeux, Emmanuelle (2014-05-02). "Pourquoi Bruxelles attire-t-il le monde de l'art?". Beaux Arts Magazine: 126–128.
  3. Lorent, Claude (2015-12-11). "A propos des mutations des galeries". La libre: 2.
  4. Auwelaert, Patrick (2014-12-01). "Brusselse topgaleries (5) Galerie Meessen De Clercq". Kunst Tijdschrift Vlaanderen: 361–362.
  5. "Meessen et De Clercq, le wallon et le flamand". Connaissance des arts. 2012-12-01.
  6. Legrand, Dominique. "Galeriste, sans chloroforme". Retrieved 6 July 2016.
  7. Van den Storm, Dieter (2014-04-26). "Meessen De Clercq, een olivlek voor jong talent". De Standaard Magazine: 45.

Other readings[change | change source]

  • Bovier, Lionel; et al. (2015). Art Basel-Year 45. JRP-RINGIER. p. 496.
  • Bovier, Lionel; et al. (2014). Art Basel-Year 44. JRP-RINGIER. p. 431.
  • Flay, Jennifer (director) (2013). fiac!. Reed Expositions. p. 292.

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