Since 1993 the gallery has brought together seemingly different Belgian and foreign artists for the strength, authenticity and honesty of their work. Most important, however , is their ability to create a positive, uplifting experience. Their works have to be tools for transformation: they have to be mirrors to reach, to touch and to awaken the soul.
Open : Saturday from 2 - 6 PM
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday by appointment
Open Friday-Sunday from 2-6pm.
IBASHO is a young gallery and art dealership in Antwerp that specialises in Japanese and International Fine Art Photography, and that has opened in March 2015. On the ground floor of a nineteenth century townhouse you can feel at ease while looking at works from well-known Japanese photographers, from younger contemporary Japanese artists and from Western photographers who were inspired by Japan.
Open Wednesday-Saturday from 1-5pm.
In 1981 Frank Demaegd and his wife opened Zeno X Gallery and started showing the work of architects like John Körmeling and Rem Koolhaas.
Later on the gallery began to work with artists like Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven and Patrick Van Caeckenbergh. With those artists, Zeno X became the subject of international discussion. In 1988 Raoul De Keyser showed for the first time at the gallery and in 1990 Luc Tuymans was presented. Marlene Dumas joined in 1991 and Mark Manders' first solo show in Antwerp took place at Zeno X Gallery in 1994.
Recently Zeno X has started working with Grace Schwindt, Susan Hartnett, Pietro Roccasava and Mircea Suciu. In over 30 years Zeno X put together more than 180 exhibitions and attended more than 80 art fairs.
Open Tuesday-Saturday from 1-6pm.
Tim Van Laere Gallery represents Victoria Civera, Ellen De Meutter, Armen Eloyan, Gelitin, Adrian Ghenie, Kati Heck, Anton Henning, Tomasz Kowalski, Friedrich Kunath, Edward Lipski, Jonathan Meese, Ryan Mosley, Nicolas Provost, Tal R, Peter Rogiers, Ben Sledsens, Ed Templeton, Juan Uslé, Rinus Van De Velde, Aaron Van Erp, Henk Visch, Franz West and Anke Weyer.
Open Thursday-Saturday from 2-6pm and by appointment.
open by appointment only in July and August.
Valerie Traan is a space for objects, subjects and themes, where both functional and subjective approaches to understanding these are heard; often balancing on the dividing line between design, art and architecture.
The artists examine themes such as self-sufficiency, sustainability, cultural
heritage and authenticity, but also beauty and aesthetic reflections will get a place.
Open Wednesday-Saturday from 2-6pm
Stieglitz19 is a gallery specialized in showing contemporary photography from mainly young artists.
Stieglitz19 represents Lara Gasparotto, Ren Hang, 223 , Chen Wei, Vincent Delbrouck, Thomas Vandenberghe ,Zhang Hai'er , Zhe Chen, Chi Peng, Devin Yalkin, John Humble, Daisuke Yakota, Antony Cairns , Chad Moore. Collaborating artists : Anders Petersen, Mona Kuhn, Daido Moriyama, Kenta Cobayashi , Daisuke Yokota
Open Thursday-Saturday from 2-6pm and by appointment.
Gallery Sofie Van De Velde is specialized in contemporary art. The gallery is a process-based promotional gallery, often showing artists with some international acclaim, but whose works have rarely – or never – been exhibited in Belgium before.
Sofie Van de Velde collaborates with a network of Belgian and international galleries and actively make use of the artist’s network.
Gallery Sofie Van De Velde represents a fixed group of contemporary artists, and collaborates with others for projects.
Open Thursday-Saturday from 12-6pm.
NK Gallery was founded in 2012 by Nadya Kotova. Originally from St. Petersburg, Ms. Kotova wanted to establish a cross-cultural bridge between her country of origin (Russia) and her country of residence (Belgium). Her goal was to help highlight the Russian contemporary art scene in the rest of the world through exhibitions at the gallery in Antwerp (BE) and the participation in art fairs around the globe (Cosmoscow, Contemporary Istanbul, Art Dubai, Art Paris, Art London). Six years on, the gallery has established a strong reputation both in Belgium and abroad. The exhibition program consists of six shows per year, ranging from group to solo exhibitions and combining Belgian and Russian artists with other strong voices of the international contemporary art scene. NK Gallery hopes to further position itself as the cross-cultural bridge between Russia and Belgium, helping to develop the interaction and dynamism between artists, collectors, curators and other art professionals from both regions.
Open Friday -Saturday from 2-6pm and by appointment.
The Antwerp photo gallery Ingrid Deuss, located near the Central Station, is since its start in 2010 a platform and presentation space for (inter)national artists.
All selected photographers are invariably characterized by their great artistic sensitivity and personal expression. To Ingrid all photography exhibitions she hosts starts from a handpicked selection out of the artists collection.
To her, love at first sight in regard to the photographs chosen is a must. Emotion is key.
Open Thursday - Saturday, 14:00 - 17:00, or by appointment.
As a strong supporter of the ZERO and Gutai art movements from its inception, Axel Vervoordt Gallery’s vision has gradually evolved into contemporary art with a special interest in the concept of the void, space and time. We focus on art that puts the creative process first and provide a neutral platform for artists with whom we’ve created a valuable and intense relationship. In 2014 we expanded to Hong Kong, to further bridge artistic expressions between the East and the West.
Axel Vervoordt Gallery was founded in January 2011 by Boris Vervoordt.
Open Thursday-Saturday from 2-6pm and Sunday by appointment.
Base-Alpha Gallery currently represents Nadia Naveau, Michèle Matyn, Suse Weber, Lieven Segers, Geoffrey de Beer, Katleen Vinck and Denie Put.
Open Thursday-Saturday from 2-6pm.
Gallery Fifty One Too is part of Gallery Fifty One. Since 2014 this additional gallery space is opened. Its program will focus on the dialogue between all the different art media, induced by photography.
As the main gallery FIFTY ONE already incorporated this dialogue since 2011, here it will be particularly opened up.
Open Tuesday-Saturday 1-6pm and by appointment.
GALLERY FIFTY ONE is specialized in fine art photography: vintage, classic, fashion, African and contemporary photography.
From June 2000, the gallery is the only major art gallery in Belgium devoted exclusively to fine art photography. The gallery deals with young emerging photographers and established photographers of the 20th and 21st century.
Since 2009, the gallery also started a New York office to meet the growing demands of American clients.
Since 2011, the gallery started a dialogue between photography and works on paper. Regularly, these exhibitions are conducted to emphasize the artistic gaze of photography.
Open Friday-Sunday from 1-6pm.
Verbeeck – Van Dyck opened its doors in 2012, in a 19th century building near the MAS Museum. The 220m2 gallery space offers the perfect surroundings for artists and art lovers.
The gallery promotes young and upcoming talent, and established international artists such as photographers Roberto Salas and Herman Selleslags.
Open Thursday-Saturday from 1-6 pm and by appointment.
Geukens & De Vil shows work of emerging and established artists. Next to Antwerp Geukens & De Vil is also present in Knokke, Zeedijk, 735.
Open Thursday-Sunday from 2-6pm and by appointment.
This young gallery is a nice place to make discoveries, working closely with a small group of Belgium based artists and emerging artists, hosting an annual program of solo shows, performances, editions, salons and more international thematic group projects.
Located at the ground flour of her town-house with garden, Eva Steynen lets people discover, reflect and connect.
Open Thursday-Sunday from 1:30-6pm.
De Zwarte Panter is Flanders oldest gallery, organizing contemporary art exhibitions, book launches, and concerts since 1968. Housed in a large historical monument in Antwerp’s city centre, the gallery often presents several exhibitions simultaneously, including a permanent display of works by painter Fred Bervoets.
Next to Bervoets, the gallery represents, amongst others, Nick Andrews, Marc Kennes, Tom Liekens, Benjamin Demeyere, Frank Wagemans, Jan Vanriet, Michel Buylen, Agnes Guillaume, Dr. Hugo Heyrman, Roger Van Akelijen, Ysbrant, Jan Cox, Herr Seele, and Kamagurka.
Open Thursday-Saturday from 1-6pm.
Callewaert Vanlangendonck Gallery focuses on the important chapter of the Belgian avant-garde art after 1945.
The gallery shows on the one hand lyrical and geometrical abstracts from historical artist groups as Art Abstrait, Art Construit, Formes, G58, Nieuwe Vlaamse School and Zero Movement. On the other hand the gallery organises contemporary exhibitions. This dialogue reveals the timelessness and immortality of abstract art.
Besides retrospective and solo exhibitions, the gallery represents permanently the work of Guy Vandenbranden, Paul Van Hoeydonck, Mark Verstockt, Jef Verheyen, Gilbert Swimberghe, Pol Bury, Luc Peire, Gilbert Decock, Jan Dries, Jan Saverys, Michel Seuphor, Jo Delahaut, Jean Rets, Pol Mara, Jan Cox, Koen van den Broek, Boy & Erik Stappaerts, Jef Meyer, Timothy Segers and many others.
Open Thursday- Sunday from 2-6 pm and by appointment.
After running the experimental art space Montevideo in the Antwerp old port (1980-1984) with a renowned international program, the Annie Gentils Gallery opened its doors in the centre of Antwerp in May 1986.
The gallery presents contemporary multimedia and conceptual work, as well as painting and sculpture. The gallery has 2 floors; this makes it possible to organise two concurrent exhibitions or to make an important solo exhibition or group exhibition.
The aim was and still is to to give a platform to contemporary Belgian and international artists, some even from the early beginnings of their artistic development.
The gallery is well known for his consistent line of quality and critical engagement. Publications and editions have supported the activities of the gallery from the early years until today.
Open Thursday-Sunday from 2-6pm and by appointment.
PLUS-ONE is a contemporary art gallery that represents and exhibits a mix of Belgian and international artists. The gallery also seeks collaboration with different participants within the visual arts scene in order to create curated projects.
The gallery has 2 locations, one in Berchem, in the former warehouse of a shirtmaker, and the second in Nieuw Zuid, an exciting and ambitious urban development in the south (zuid) part of the city where the museums are located.
PLUS-ONE Gallery represents Antwan Horfee, Beni Bischof, Kasper De Vos, Nicholas William Johnson, Sergio De Beukelaer, Stefan Marx, Sven ’t Jolle, William Ludwig Lutgens.
Jason Poirier dit Caulier (PLUS-ONE Gallery) and Sofie Van de Velde (Gallery Sofie Van de Velde) are both opening their second location in this area out of the conviction that the art world has interesting challenges ahead. We believe we should change our way of thinking and start sharing our knowledge on different levels. This open attitude will influence our day to day activity as a gallery owner. By joining two galleries, each with its own sense of identity, we will show how to handle the challenges we are facing in art today. Entering through a joined reception, visitors will have the chance to see PLUS-ONE Gallery on one side and discover a different vision at Gallery Sofie Van de Velde on the other side. Aware of their own strengths, both galleries believe in the advantages of joining forces. Within this philosophy we are convinced that sharing knowledge and information will make you achieve more.
Open Friday-Sunday from 1pm-5 pm or by appointment.
Open Thursday-Sunday from 12-6pm.
KETELEER GALLERY was founded in 2012 with a commitment to focus on important Belgian and international artists, both established and emerging.
Housed in a 600m² restored old auction house, we represent following artists: Jan Fabre, Koen Theys, Guillaume Bijl, Peter Land, Leo Copers, Rob Scholte, Javier Pérez, Philippe Van Wolputte, Phil Griffin, David Lynch, Fabien Mérelle, Antoine Roegiers, ROA, Jon Pilkington.
Open Thursday-Saturday from 2-6pm.
mariondecannière is a contemporary art gallery that gives opportunities to national and international artists.
mariondecannière welcomes artists, regardless of age, and is not bound to represent a list of artists.
In collaboration with Frederik Vergaert, mariondecannière has a program where solo exhibitions alternate with group shows.
mariondecannière is located in the same building as Gallery Geukens & De Vil, at Leopoldplaats, 12 (2nd floor).
Transit was founded in 1988 in Leuven, Belgium by Dirk Vanhecke and Bert de Leenheer. The gallery moved to Mechelen in 1998. Transit exhibits and promotes contemporary art. The gallery is housed in an art déco building (1934), where art works are shown in an informal context.
Transit believes that every way of expression that an artist chooses can be a valid way, therefore different ways of expression (painting, drawing, photography, performance, sculpture, installation, video, audio, concept, ...) can find their place in the gallery and in the office that also serves as a permanent exhibition space.
Open: Friday, Saturday & Sunday, from 2-6 pm or by appointment.
Large parking in front of the gallery, which is free to use in the weekend.
Open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10-18h.
Micheline Szwajcer: +32 475 44 11 27
Assistent Vildana Memic: +32 489 64 01 22
Open Thursday-Saturday from 1-6pm and by appointment.
On a unique location with a courtyard next to St James’s Church, Callewaert Vanlangendonck Collection shows important artworks dating from the postwar era. While the two other galleries (Wolstraat 21-23) host temporary exhibitions combining modern and contemporary artists, the Collection will have a more permanent display with only a few exhibitions a year.
Since starting Callewaert Vanlangendonck in 2012, gallery owners Yoeri Vanlangendonck and Brecht Callewaert have been collecting abstract art of great significance. The gallery’s collection is a good resemblance of a valuable part of Belgian art history. All key artists of the Belgian post-war art scene are represented.
By organising exhibitions around various themes, the collection gets the chance to be shared with the public. Partnerships with museums and private collectors enrich the shows with works which sometimes rarely have been seen on public display before.
The location has also a symbolic value. With Ruben's grave only a few meters away in the church, modern masters are suddenly closely connected to the old ones. This refers to the eternity, universality and timelessness of art and beauty. Creating a space where those three elements can live in harmony is one of the main purposes of the Callewaert Vanlangendonck Collection.
Originally launched to exist as a platform for emerging artists in 2015, the gallery has become a venue for discovering new talented artists. Art Gallery De Wael 15 hosts a vast variety of contemporary art exhibitions of the most prominent forms of visual art and creative media. The gallery is showing 8 exhibitions a year and also publishes catalogues and editions in collaborations with the artists.
Art gallery De Wael 15 represents Artur Eranosian, Dirk Vander Eecken, Greet Billet, Stefan Annerel, Kristel Van Ballaer, Naser Kianersi, Martha Scheeren, Rudy Lanjouw, Charlie De Voet.
Open Friday & Saturday from 2 — 6 pm or by appointment
KETELEER GALLERY's second location in Braschaat, Antwerp.
Open Saturday 2 - 6 pm during projects
Or by appointment
Schönfeld Projects in Antwerp is an extra location of the Schönfeld Gallery based in Brussels. The gallery, founded in 2018, zooms in on young and older, known and less known Belgian and international talent. She supports the dynamics in the gallery-rich Rivoli Building at collective openings and events, and she participates at foreign fairs and expositions. Schönfeld Projects opens connections to the Antwerp Art scene. It is a big space for projects of the Schönfeld Gallery: curated exhibitions, events, artist talks, short-term exhibitions, during art events in Antwerp and so on. A playing field with many possibilities.
Open Thursday-Saturday from 2-6pm.
DMW Gallery is an artist-run project space that conceives of the exhibition process as a lively dialogue between curator and artist, and artists among each other. We organise duo exhibitions where a selected artist collaborates with another artist of their preference. This dynamic process ensures a continuous evolution of the project space by bringing together an ever-expanding artistic community while retaining centralised guidance and direction. Each dialogue between selected and invited artist is closely documented on the website of the project space, and concludes with the presentation of a limited edition comprised of unique works, as an accessible entry point into the works of promising artists for beginning collectors and art aficionados alike.
FRED&FERRY GALLERY is an artist-dedicated gallery that gives opportunities to national and international artists.
On the one hand the public presentation is prominent and how it is designed in dialogue with the gallery space, on the other hand the interested visitors get a unique opportunity to meet artists at an early stage in their career.
We represent a selected group of artists and keep on supporting specific projects of an ever-growing number of associated artists.
We are committed to maintaining a good dialogue with colleague galleries and like-minded artcentres. In addition to the substantive discussions and philosophical explorations, they are regularly asked to invite an artist to present his or her work. Conversely, we invite artists to give shape to a presentation at their home.
Based in Antwerp in the new architectural district of the south, Everyday Gallery describes itself as a time capsule for future artistic references. With a mindset between the artist-run space and a commercial gallery, we display trans-disciplinary artists who dive deep into the radical world of fine and functional arts. With the world of art and design brutally colliding, the emphasis is put on the plasticity of the workflow. Shapes are shifting and lines entangled, giving a new territory for us to explore. As a gallery, Everyday mimics these mutations and allows its exhibition space to be modular and uncanny, giving to its artists and visitors a new model in which staticity is scarce.