"The « Corona crisis» has been rude for all of us 
But now, time has come for a new approach in dealing with Art.

I have decided to readjust and center my activity with exhibitions in Knokke.
I will continue to devote my time and efforts to present works from historical and well-documented artists from the 1950's to today.

Opening this Thursday May 21st at Zeedijk 723, 8300 Knokke Le Zoute with works by :

John Baldesarri, Antonio Calderara, Gunther Förg, Katharina Grosse, Alex Katz, Imi Knoebel, Marcel Mariën, and Georg Karl Pfahler.

We will be welcoming you there on weekends and public holidays.

Do not hesitate to call me directly at +32 474 19 72 64 for more information on our current inventory or to set up a private viewing at the gallery or in your home."

Infos pratiques
Tuesday to Saturday
11:00 -18:00
Rue de la Concorde 62
1050 Brussels - Belgique
+32 (0) 2 513 53 22
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Since September 2017, the QG GALLERY presents curated group exhibitions focusing on Post-War & Contemporary Art. The gallery’s ambition is to highlight the most important period & ideas of Art History by confronting internationally renowned artists. Located in one of the most vibrant artsy area of Brussels, & in opposition to the “white cube” gallery architecture, the QG GALLERY stands out for its bright space with wooden floor, vintage furniture and outdoor courtyard, presenting ground breaking sculpture. In addition to curated shows in Brussels, the QG GALLERY aims not only to participate to international art fairsbut also to work closely with artists estates in order to allow the public to rediscover established artists from around the globe.