Actualités

19 April > 15 June 2019

 

White Cube

Je Crois aux Nuits

Solo show by Pierre Liebaert

 

Black Cube

Libre Maintenant

Solo show by Pierre Liebaert

 

About the artist / A propos de l'artiste

En
Pierre Liebaert (1990, Mons) is a belgian photographer currently based in Brussels, Belgium.
He graduated from l’Ecole Supérieure des Arts de l’image « Le 75 » in Brussels. His series, Macquenoise, was published by the belgian editor Le caillou bleu. Very often immersive, his projects are often long-term and devour him. Although they are mainly photographic, his new series Libre maintenant builds itself around an installation composed of a film, images, music, audio recordings and texts.
Pierre Liebaert has shown his work in exhibitions at Belfast Photography Festival (2017), at Festival de Photographie d’Arles (2017), at FoMu (2016 – Antwerp), at Contretype (2015 – Brussels), at Photography Museum (2017 / 2015 / 2013 – Charleroi), at Institute of Photography (2014 – Tokyo), at Fine Arts Museum of Mons (2014), at Komplot (2012 Brussels), at La Médiatine (2011 – Brussels). He took pictures of Patti Smith for the exhibition «Verlaine Cellule 252» (2015 – Mons). Screenings of his work were made during Cork Film Festival (2017 – Ie), Pink Screen Festival (2015 – Be), Uppsala International Short Film Festival (2015 – Se), Bideodromo Film Festival (2015 – Es), Portobello Film Festival (2015 – Uk), International Cinema Libre Festival (2015 – D), Sao Paulo Short Film Festival (2015 – Br), Guanajuato International Film Festival (2015 – Mex), Gaîté Lyrique (2014 – Fr), Journée Européenne du Patrimoine (2014 – Fr), BIP/Biennale de l’Image Possible (2014 – Be), Recyclart (2013 – Be), FoMu (2012 – Be), Washington PhotoWeek (2011 – USA), … Press and publications of his work include Fisheye Magazine, Vice, Phmuseum, Life Framer, Rolling Stone, La Libre Belgique, Der Greif, Beaux-arts Magazine, .tiff, A+ architecture, Le Soir, … His works were prized as Prix du Hainaut des Arts Plastiques 2017 (Be), PHmuseum New Generation Prize 2016 (Uk), Festival Les Boutographies 2016 (Fr), Photobookshow 2014 (Public Award & Phaidon Prize – Jp), … Public collections of his work include Charleroi Museum of Photography (Be), Niépce’s Museum (Fr), city of Mons, city of Montpellier, …

Fr
Pierre Liebaert (1990, Mons) est un photographe belge actuellement installé à Bruxelles.
Il est diplômé de l’Ecole Supérieure des Arts de l’image « Le 75 » à Bruxelles. Sa série Macquenoise, a été publiée par les éditions belges Le caillou bleu. Souvent immersifs, ses projets se développent sur le long cours et tendent à le dévorer. Bien que principalement photographique, sa nouvelle série Libre Maintenant s’articule autour d’une installation composée d’un film, d’images, de musique, d’enregistrements audio et de textes.
Le travail de Pierre Liebaert a été montré dans des expositions au Belfast Photography Festival (2017), au Festival de Photographie d’Arles (2017), au FoMu (2016 – Anvers), à Contretype (2015 – Bruxelles), au Musée de la Photographie de Charleroi (2017 / 2015 / 2013), au Institute of Photography (2014 – Tokyo), au Musée des Beaux-Arts de Mons (2014), à Komplot (2012 – Brussels), à La Médiatine (2011 – Brussels). Il a réalisé plusieurs portraits de Patti Smith pour l’exposition «Verlaine Cellule 252» (2015 – Mons). Des projections de ses œuvres ont eu lieu au Cork Film Festival (2017 – Ie), Pink Screen Festival (2015 – Be), Uppsala International Short Film Festival (2015 – Se), Bideodromo Film Festival (2015 – Es), Portobello Film Festival (2015 – Uk), International Cinema Libre Festival (2015 – D), Sao Paulo Short Film Festival (2015 – Br), Guanajuato International Film Festival (2015 – Mex), Gaîté Lyrique (2014 – Fr), Journée Européenne du Patrimoine (2014 – Fr), BIP/Biennale de l’Image Possible (2014 – Be), Recyclart (2013 – Be), FoMu (2012 – Be), Washington PhotoWeek (2011 – USA), … Son travail a été publié dans Fisheye Magazine, Vice, PHmuseum, Life Framer, Rolling Stone, La Libre Belgique, Der Greif, Beaux-arts Magazine, .tiff, A+ architecture, Le Soir, … Son travail a été récompensé par Le Prix du Hainaut des Arts Plastiques 2017 (Be), PHmuseum New Generation Prize 2016 (Uk), Festival Les Boutographies 2016 (Fr), Photobookshow 2014 (Public Award & Phaidon Prize – Jp), … Son travail a intégré les collections du Musée de la Photographie de Charleroi (Be), Musée Niépce (Fr), la ville de Mons, la ville de Montpellier, …

Infos pratiques
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Thursday
1-6 pm
Friday
1-6 pm
Saturday
1-6 pm
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Rue de la Tulipe, 31A - 35A
1050 Bruxelles - Belgique
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0032 479 58 46 60
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Archiraar Gallery was founded in 2012 by Alexis Rastel. As an architect, he joins his spatial practice with artistic research. The Gallery represents artists from the upcoming generation and plans on long time collaborations. It shows paintings, drawings, sculptures, pictures, videos and installations. The Gallery’s White Cube was opened in Brussels in 2013. Ideology of a neutral space, this volume of 3x3x9 meters questions our contemporary habits of showing art. The Black Cube, opened in 2014, is its complementary space. Its enclosed space suggests an intimate perception of the work. Between 2013 and 2015, with parallel solo shows, artists represented by the gallery have shown in both spaces. Starting 2016, the Gallery will be intersecting the spaces’ programs and inviting curators and artists to participate in group shows. In addition, the Gallery publishes and promotes artists’ works. With each show, Archiraar houses resonating artistic projects.