Fuga’s & Pimpelmezen

08.06.2024 — 29.09.2024

Contemporary art nestles into the intimacy of Museumhuis De Gheus and enters into dialogue with Lucien De Gheus’s oeuvre and his passion for music, dance and movement. This exhibition is made possible by the collaboration with Compagnon d’Art and includes works by NQ Gallery’s artists such as Nick Ervinck and Johan Tahon.

Dubbel Focus

09.06.2024 — 28.07.2024

In collaboration with the Verwey Museum Haarlem, NQ Gallery is exhibiting a collection of masks from the project SOTT ( Sign Of The Times), an initiative by Frank van der Linden that originated in 2016 when he designed a ceramic mask and invited several artists to rework his basic design to their own liking.

Meanwhile, a number of NQ Gallery artists have been included in the collection: Marc Mulders, Anne Silverstrand Forest, Erwin Keustermans and Francis Henri Vanhee. The result is an extensive, diverse collection and thus a representation of the contemporary art world, on view at NQ Gallery.

Orange Offset in Gallery Viewer

Read Yves Joris’ full story

“The exhibition Orange Offset with works by Alexander Tinei at the NQ Gallery marks a new phase in the still-unfolding career of this artist. Born in 1967 in Căuşeni, Moldova, Tinei currently lives and works in Budapest, where he has developed a unique artistic voice that explores the complexity of human existence. His latest exhibition, which runs from 8 May 2024 to 30 June 2024, offers an in-depth exploration of the relationship between body and time, showcasing his exceptional ability to transform media images in a painterly way.” – Yves Joris.

Johannes Nagel @ La Verrière — Fondation d’entreprise Hermès

Emmanuelle Castellan – ‘Spektrum’

In Brussels, under the zenithal aperture of La Verrière, curator Joël Riff has been highlighting visual artists in a plural configuration since 2023, based on the principle of “augmented solo”. By inviting several creators from all horizons to share their artistic approach, he invites the public to enrich their perception of a singular work, while inscribing it in a fertile play of correspondences.

Johannes Nagel, one of NQ Gallery’s house artists, is a sculptor, exploring the possibilities of a vessel. His work ranges in size from the sitting-room scale to the monumental. Rather than closing onto themselves, Nagel’s vessels appear at times to be sliced and cut open at their extremities. In the case of these containers full of holes, the interior competes with and complements the exterior, they resist the very idea of “containing”.

Tree pot by Johannes Nagel