RACHEL LABASTIE – “Trouble topiques”, Centre Tour à Plomb, Brussels, 08.07/28.08.2021

For the exhibition “Troubles Topiques”, Tristan Trémeau, art critic, professor at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels and curator, proposes a sensitive and fantastical exploration of troubled sensory and mental zones linked to the plastic and organic materiality of the works, as well as to the symbolic and allegorical ambiguity of the forms, signs, operations, situations and sensations that the ten invited artists bring into play in their practices and their representations.

For more information on the exhibition click here

BRUSSELS GALLERY WEEKEND – Jeff Kowatch and Irina Lankova


For the next edition of Brussels Gallery Weekend we invite you to the gallery to discover Jeff Kowatch‘s next solo show and for a special evening and concert with belgian-russian pianist Irina Lankova!


The Brussels of the galleries opens up to you and invites you to a tour of the city’s contemporary art galleries

From 3 to 6 June, come and discover Samuel Yal‘s exhibition, “Panta Rhei“!


For the sixth edition of BILY, the multifaceted art & gastronomy tour, we invite you to discover the exhibition “Panta Rhei” by Samuel Yal.

Join us on Saturday 29th to taste the delicious creations of chef Jeremy Girvan at the gallery!

PIERRE BURAGLIO – « JUIN POIGNARDÉ », Maison Elsa Tiolet-Aragon, Moulin de Villeneuve, 22.05/09.09.2021

This new exhibition at the Maison Elsa Tiolet-Aragon opens the wounds of war to discover the past century. It brings our era into dialogue with those of the world conflicts that tore peoples apart and tested so many families, like that of Pierre Buraglio himself. Without didacticism or voyeurism, the wars are there, concrete, at human level. With his daughter, Claude, materials and sensitivities mingle, combine and collide to make these tragically unreasonable times resonate today.

PIERRE BURAGLIO – “Now’s the time”, ‘La Halle des bouchers’ Contemporary art center, Vienne, 19.07/22.08.2021

For this new exhibition at ‘La Halle des bouchers ‘ contemporary art center in Vienne (Isère), Pierre Buraglio has created eighteen panels, posters for jazz concerts, which constitute a total work, both aesthetic and memorial, an echo and remanence of this music in him.

The artist is not a musician, but part of his work was created around, with and in agreement with jazz music, a great inspiration for him. Some of his works bear the names of emblematic jazz artists: Bill Evans, Charlie Parker, names of standards that have become legendary: Now’s the time, That’s all… Jazz music has never been a pretext for him, rather a way of linking his work to his experience, to what he heard in Paris, New York, Chicago or Juan-les-Pins, in clubs or in concerts.


Dear friends,

We are delighted to welcome you back to the gallery and celebrate the June Highlights together!
You can also download the new Revue du Jeudi, each month a beautiful selection of carefully chosen works: LA REVUE DU JEUDI #10

For more information you can also visit the Fine Art Thursday website!

LE JEUDI DES BEAUX ARTS – « invitation au voyage», LA REVUE DU JEUDI #9

Dear friends,
the gallery remains closed due to governmental directives but you can consult the Thursday Review of Fine Arts!
Every month a beautiful selection of carefully chosen works: THE THURSDAY REVIEW #9

For more information you can also visit the Fine Arts Thursday website!

PARIS GALLERY WEEKEND, 3,4,5,6.06.2021

Paris Gallery Weekend 2021 offers seven original exhibitions, 100% free access, in 127 galleries in four Parisian neighbourhoods, all motivated to deploy a common energy before the summer and to make Paris shine as an essential art capital.

This year, the Galerie La Forest Divonne will be presenting a solo exhibition by Alexandre Hollan, accompanied by sculptures by Belgian artist Tinka Pittoors, which will be installed in the gallery’s space.

ARTHUR AILLAUD – “PEINTURES”, Musée de la Vallée – La Sapinière, Barcelonnette, 10.07/30.10.2021

The Musée de la Vallée – La Sapinière welcomes new paintings by Arthur Aillaud, son of the painter Gilles Aillaud and grandson of the architect Emile Aillaud, whose family roots are in Jausiers.

A dialogue between nature and architecture, between abstraction and figuration. A singular exhibition that could tell the story of the work of archaeologists at work, but not only…

For more information on Arthur Aillaud’s exhibition

PHILIPPE BORDERIEUX – “LE JARDIN, VISIONS D’ARTISTES”, Robert Dubois-Corneau Museum, 15.07/19.09.2021

The Robert Dubois-Corneau Museum invites six artists to share their vision of the garden. Garden of Eden, childhood memories, flowers in a bouquet or botanical plates, the garden is expressed in many ways.

With works by Gilles Barbier, Julien Berthier, Agathe Bokanowski, Philippe Borderieux, Viktoriia Sviatiuk and Justin Weiler.

ELSA&JOHANNA – Festival Air de fête, Saint-Briac-sur-Mer, 03.07/19.09.2021

Invited by the Frac Bretagne to “flag” the streets of Saint-Briac-sur-Mer, the two artists invest some thirty flags with their fictional scenes and landscapes from their latest series, projecting this small seaside town into the peregrinations of their combined gaze.

For more information on the Festival Air de fête

GUY DE MALHERBE – « Ex-Voto », Ars-en-Ré, AOÛT 2021

Anna Mark – “Collectors and friends”, FUGA – Budapest Architecture Centre, 14.06/04.07.2021

Presentation of the new monograph on Anna Mark’s work at the FUGA – Architecture Centre Budapest. Alongside the launch of the book, published by Pauker Publishing and with essays by Krisztina Passuth and Jean-Pascal Leger, a selection of Anna Mark’s works from the collection of hydrologist András Szöllősi-Nagy and artist Judit Nemes as well as from other private collections. The exhibition also includes a screening of the film Anna Mark: G209 by Illés Sarkantyu (2009, 6′).

The opening, with a conversation between aesthete Gábor Ébli and artist-collector Judit Nemes will be available on FUGA’s YouTube channel.


Set out in a staggered pattern on the Place Rodin at La Seine Musicale in Boulogne-Billancourt, Jean-Bernard Métais’ “Chambres sensorielles” form a sculptural journey where each piece acts as a filter in the landscape. These works, monolithic in their dark exterior contours, transform and lighten visually as one approaches them.

Exhibition “Les extatiques” curated by Fabrice Bousteau, guest artists: Noël Dolla, Jean-François Fourtou, Cyril Lancelin, Jean-Bernard Métais, Nils-Udo, Alain Passard.


ILLÉS SARKANTYU – “WHO WE ARE”, Műcsarnok Kunsthalle, BUDAPEST, 19.03/26.09.2021

Illés Sarkantyu is invited to participate in the exhibition “Who we are, Photographs about artists” at the Kunsthalle in Budapest. The exhibition presents a selection of portfolios of the most important Hungarian photographers, chronologically ranging from the early days of Aladár Székely to the present day, as well as photographs of contemporary artists. The exhibition takes place at the Kunsthalle in Budapest, which is celebrating its 125th anniversary.


Tinka Pittoors – « Les Voyageurs », Château de Seneffe, 10.05 / 14.11.2021

In 2021, the Domaine de Seneffe is offering Tinka Pittoors carte blanche. The Belgian artist will invade the park of the castle with an open-air sculpture trail entitled “Les Voyageurs”.

“The title ‘Les Voyageyrs’ (the travellers) says it all: the red thread of the exhibition is a reflection on the different possibilities of being on the road: fleeing, wandering, getting lost, physically or only in one’s head, far from one’s home or just around one’s room, having fun or being afraid of the unknown… there are so many possibilities; the boundary, between one and the other, is infinitesimal. It is this ambiguity, between boldness and vulnerability, that I want to express. The thread that runs through the exhibition is the feeling of not being there at the right time, nor in the right place. Always on a tightrope, between two worlds… on a perpetual quest like the travellers.
It is very difficult to give a rational explanation of these feelings, which is why I am looking for installations that are between the poetic and the playful. These pictorial creations provoke different readings. It is up to the visitors to travel with my creations; it is up to them to feel some of my reflections…”

Tinka Pittoors

Click here to download the press release of the exhibition.