Luc Dondeyne, Wouter Feyaerts, Bram Van Meervelde

Galerie Transit @ Antwerp Art

Galerie Transit brings together two younger Antwerp artists with an artist from a previous generation. The confrontation of their works can best be illustrated by the following quotes:

Bram Van Meervelde
Every analysis of Van Meervelde's performances leads the viewer - paradoxically enough - further and further away from the ontology of his work. No division between serious and playful. Humor is serious, and things considered serious are usually mighty funny. Confusion creates clarity. Relieves humor: more lumens, less weight. [Jasper De Rycker]

Wouter Feyaerts
Sparkling fresh, energetic, dreamy, comical and a bit sad, the work of Wouter Feyaerts walks lightly through our human existence. [Christine Vuegen]

Luc Dondeyne
Dondeyne challenges the viewer to look beyond the painted scenes and think about the reality they represent. The eerie, melancholic atmosphere in his paintings contributes to the confronting realism of the story and ensures that his work is both personal and universal. [Eric Rinkhout]

1 May - 27 June, Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 2 - 6 pm

& during Antwerp Art Weekend:
Thursday 13 May, 12 noon - 9 pm
Friday 14, Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 May, 12 noon - 6 pm


In cooperation with CAPS, Contemporary Art Projects

Artists: Luc Dondeyne, Wouter Feyaerts, Bram Van Meervelde

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