05 - 27 juin 2021




LVMH Métiers d’Art invites Eva Nielsen as 2021 artist in residence


For its LVMH Métiers d’Art 2021 artist in residence program, LVMH has selected Eva Nielsen, a Franco-Danish painter. For six months starting in January 2021, Eva Nielsen will collaborate with artisans at Tanneries Roux, recognized for their exceptional savoir-faire in calf leather tanning and finishing, and Twinpix, a silk printing workshop who has developed an innovative double-sided printing technology in Europe. Both manufactures are located in France, in the Drôme region.

The LVMH Métiers d’Art artist in residence program, directed by Léa Chauvel-Lévy, is designed to draw on the materials and savoir-faire of producers recognized for their unique quality as the inspiration for a major artistic project. At the same time, the program stimulates the creativity and innovation of the artisans as they engage with the artist’s vision. During the first half of 2021, the artist Eva Nielsen will thus create works of art combining leather and silk.



Etendue, corps, espace.


Olivier debré et les artistes-architectes
16 octobre 2020 - 30 mai 2021



Le trait, la ligne, le mouvement, les gestes qui composent et recomposent pour dessiner une trajectoire, tout dans l’œuvre graphique, picturale et sculptée d’Olivier Debré se rapporte à la notion architecturale de structure.
Lorsque l’artiste construit ses tableaux, il regarde comme un architecte. Cette exposition a comme ambition de rassembler autour de la figure d’Olivier Debré, des créateurs qui, jusqu’à aujourd’hui encore, ont façonné la pensée de leur travail autour de fondements et de principes liés à la discipline de l’architecture.

Robert Breer, Bernard Calet, Chanéac, Jordi Colomer, Olivier Debré, Peter Downsbrough, Larissa Fassler, Yona Friedman, Isa Genzken, Pascal Haüsermann, Georg Herold, Thomas Huber, Rémy Jacquier, Antti Lovag, Eva Nielsen, Claire Trotignon, Raphaël Zarka 

Commissaires : Isabelle Reiher & Marine Rochard



Fondation THALIE
JEUDI 01 AVRIL 2021 > DIMANCHE 09 MAI 2021


Nathalie Guiot, President of Fondation Thalie, is delighted to present Spring, a new display of her collection in Brussels.

Rebirth, buds and flowers, with this new display there is a desire to share the poetry and beauty of artwork that is usually shown in our homes.
This collection was started in 2008 and evokes “le sensible” around the question of know-how and gesture with regard to textile creations, which is a tribute to the legacy of Anni Albers, the worthy successor of the Bauhaus, who spent her entire career experimenting with weaving techniques as graphic paintings.
At the origin of these discoveries, there were often women who seduced me by their determination and the pictorial force of their works, as a simple black line reproduced obstinately a thousand times on a piece of paper.
A display to be experienced as a treasure hunt, with no other treasure than an open book, an intellectual investigation constantly renewed to awaken sensitivity and beauty.

With works of Markus Amm, Helene Appel, Mathias Augustyniak, Sylvie Auvray, Davide Balula, Ranti Bam, Michel Blazy, Vanessa Beecroft, Lynda Benglis, Dirk Braeckman, Isabelle Cornaro, Elena Damiani, Edith Dekyndt, Jean Dubuffet, Simone Fattal, Richard Fauguet, Flavio Favelli, Meschac Gaba, Nathanaëlle Herbelin, Sheila Hicks, Christian Hidaka, Ann Veronica Janssens, Chantal Joffe, Jitish Kallat, Erin Lawlor, Zoe Leonard, Le Corbusier, Alexandre Lenoir, Anna Malagrida, Elena Mazzi, Kristin McKirdy, Pascal Monteil, Anne Neukamp, Eva Nielsen, Lucy + Jorge Orta, Raphaëlle Peria, Bruno Perramant, Simone Pheulpin, Francis Picabia, Hans Reichel, Stefan Rinck, Malick Sidibé, Georges Tony Stoll, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Risaku Suzuki, Gert & Uwe Tobias, Thu-Van Tran, Tatiana Trouvé, Muller Van Severen, Pieter Vermeersch, Francesca Woodman.





janvier 2021 - 27 février 2021



Tim Eitel | Anne-Charlotte Finel | Nathanaëlle Herbelin | Eva Nielsen

The intention behind Tentatives de Positionnement is to encourage a dialogue between the work of four artists. Anne-Charlotte Finel’s video connects with Eva Nielsen’s paintings to reveal almost supernatural landscapes, focusing on geographical and chronological interstices. Elsewhere, the psychological portraits of our urban society made by Tim Eitel meet Nathanaëlle Herbelin’s paintings, weaving links between intimacy and politics. The dialogue embarked upon between these two twosomes questions how territory is seen. The artists o er us their vision of the world and their stances. The works become meta-territories causing us to re-think and re-invent the world.