From 2008 to 2013, Irène Laub Gallery presented established Chinese artists in Shanghai and Brussels, focusing on projects engaged in controversial political and social issues.
After 2013, the gallery’s focus turned onto emerging international artists and new creation, through curated solo or group shows, organised in close collaboration with the artists. Our represented artists, often actively committed to current causes, present a very diverse body of work (inculding installation, video, sculpture, visual arts…) and display pure and powerful aesthetics.
In January 2018, the gallery moved to a new location and developed an ambitious and subversive exhibition programme, dedicated to further a productive dialogue between artists, curators and institutions.
Irène Laub’s eclectic art direction no longer displays territorial concerns, but is more a reflection of the times.