Peter Land & Leo Copers will be part of the NICC group show "Si Tout Est Sculpture, Pourquoi Faire de la Sculpture?", curated by Guillaume Bijl at 'De Tempel' of The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp.
Guillaume Bijl, Leo Copers and Panamarenko will be part of a new group exhibition at S.M.A.K., Ghent. On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, S.M.A.K. is presenting ‘The Collection (I): Highlights for a Future’.
Philippe Van Wolputte will present a new installation at GALLERY GALLERY which functions as a film set for a future video work of which the viewer will become a part of, depending on their urge for a drink during their visit.
Leo Copers (1947) vierde in 2018 zijn vijftigjarige carrière met tentoonstellingen in S.M.A.K., Bozar en Middelheim. Zijn werk ademt verwondering, gevaar, poëzie … (Wie herinnert zich niet Zeestuk met vuur, indrukwekkend in Cc Strombeek gepresenteerd in de context van Art Eco in 2014?) In het feestjaar 2019 hijst Leo Copers een vlag boven het cultuurcentrum.
One of Antoine Roegiers’ Brueghel inspired works will be shown in the show ‘Prints in the Age of Bruegel’, presented jointly by BOZAR and the Royal Library of Belgium. On view from February 27th till June 23rd, 2019.
KETELEER GALLERY is very proud to announce the representation of Danish artist Peter Land. A first collaboration will be at Art Brussels where he will be part of a group show together with Guillaume Bijl, Koen Theys and Leo Copers.
KETELEER GALLERY is very proud to announce the representation of Leo Copers. We are thrilled that the Belgian artist has joined the gallery. A first solo exhibition will be held in our gallery in the season 2019 - 2020.
Fabien Mérelle was commissioned to create a new monumental sculpture for the new edition of 'Un été au Havre 2018' in Le Havre, France. Read the interview here: https://actu.fr/…/interview-fabien-merelle-sculptures-monum…
Keteleer Gallery is proud to announce its first participation at Code Art Fair; the international art fair in Copenhagen, Denmark. From 30 August till September 2, 2018
Picture: DO ART Agency
Guillaume Bijl & Leo Copers are participating in the city festival PLAY at Kortrijk, Belgium. As the name states, the festival focuses on the idea of playing, and tranfsorms the city into a (mental) playground for artists and visitors.