Blanco, an anthology of white artworks that fill up the front room at ZEIT, visible from the street and online, 24/7. White to fight the darkness of the season, and of the times in which we live.
After a turbulent year, where nothing happened as planned and things kept changing from one week to the next, we longed for some peace, especially in the run-up to the holidays. That’s why we decided to postpone our 7x70 exhibition till January, and opted for a small-scale set-up in the front room of the gallery, with nothing but artworks devoid of bright colours. The result is Blanco, a series of abstract works in different shades of white and off-white, some yellowed over time, some white as snow, in paper, wood, aluminium, fabric, concrete, neon, plexiglass, clay, recycled plastic and glass, presented in a white room.
Blanco. A blank canvas. A clean start.
Artists: Sergio Asti, David Boon, Filip Cleynen, Filip Collin, Gilbert Decock, Jo Delahaut, Henri Gabriel, Herbert Hamak, Erik Haemers, Jan Henderikse, Nick Hullegie, Paul Ibou, Jef Meyer, Tom Mosley, Walter Ponsaert, Ann Rikkers, Gilbert Swimberghe, Guy Vandenbranden, Paul Van Hoeydonck, Mark Verstockt