Carlos Cruz-Diez

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26.04.19 > 27.07.19
Espace Grande Nef

La Patinoire Royale / Galerie Valérie Bach Will host in April 2019 the first solo exhibition of Carlos Cruz-Diez in Belgium for more than 50 years. Entitled Labyrinthus, this exhibition is an invitation to explore the various paths drawn by the artist to apprehend the perception of color in its pure state.



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Gisela Colon

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26.04.19 > 27.07.19
Espace Verrière

With her very first exhibition in Brussels (and incidentally in Europe) which is hosted at la Patinoire Royale — Galerie Valérie Bach, Gisela COLON rips apart the great white veil of our contemporary art world with her, let’s face it, truly groundbreaking works. These extraordinary iridescent curved shapes, made of her own take on blow-molded acrylic techniques, reveal tangible futuristic anticipation, toying with our visual perception using the very properties of light. Here the infinite variations of light and color show themselves as one moves around, depending on the angle from which it is viewed. The eye is delighted while all our certitudes come crumbling down.



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Trong Gia Nguyen

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26.04.19 > 08.06.19
Espace Rez-à-rue

La Patinoire Royale / Galerie Valérie Bach is pleased to present This House Is Falling Upwards through a Hole in (do) China, Trong Gia Nguyen’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Based in Vietnam, the artist will be showing recent sculptural and 2D works that are objects defined by elements of obstruction. While possessing allure on the surface, they allude to an underbelly of societal decline. The artist’s de-construction of the “American dream” is superimposed over an equally elegiac Vietnamese landscape.



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