Hard edge soft cell

| nl | | en |

A little preview (photo: ZEIT Art space)

‘For this exhibition, we brought together three contemporary artists and one design engineer, plus a monstre sacré in the field of post-war geometric abstraction. Some play it hard, some play it soft, but what links them all is their love for colour, shape and structure. And that’s exactly why we love them.’

ZEIT Art space invited me to participate in the exhibition Hard edge soft cell, with works by Ilse Pierard (B), Myriam Vangenechten (B), Kees van de Wal, Guy Vandenbranden (B) and 3D-printed chairs by Andreas Biront ( B). For more information about the artists and photos, visit the ZEIT website.

ZEIT Art space Curated exhibitions of new work by emerging artists, mixed with post-war abstract works and selected design pieces in a private setting

Stanleystraat 16, 2018 Antwerp, Belgium

3 December 2022 – 29 Januari 2023
Friday & Saturday 2 to 7 pm
Thursday & Sunday on appointment
During the holiday season opening hours may differ

Preview / verniassage
Saturday 3 December 2022, 2 to 9 pm.

I invite you to visit this exhibition. I will be present during the opening.
If you want to visit the exhibition but don’t feel like traveling alone, let me know, maybe I can match you with someone. If you are willing to bring people along, please let us know.

Antwerp Art Nocturne 
Antwerp Art Nocturne will be organized on the day of the opening – Saturday 3 December. Many galleries in Antwerp are open until 9 pm, a great opportunity to visit other locations besides ZEIT. [ more info ]

ZEIT participates in Borger, a collaboration between galleries and art organizations in and around the Antwerp districts of Zurenborg and Borgerhout, known for their joint evening openings. Next time: Friday, January 27, 2023 – the penultimate day of the exhibition – from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. [ more info ]

Guy Vandenbranden
Guy Vandenbranden is one of our all-time heroes. In the early 50s, after a brief period of figurative and lyrical abstract painting, he radically opted for geometric abstraction, a practice he sustained until his death in 2014. In our Expo 12 we pay homage to the master of Belgian constructivism showing some iconic pieces on panel, canvas and paper, mainly from the 70s and the 80s.