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Zwart Huis is founded in 2001 and focuses on Belgian contemporary art. Figurative drawing and painting are the main focus of the gallery, but conceptual artists, sculptors, photographers and designers are also featured. Since 2017 the gallery had a new space in Brussels.
Galerie Zwart Huis is founded in 2001 by Gerda Vander Kerken in Knokke. The gallery is first housed in Villa De Beir, a modernist doctor's house from 1924, designed by the Belgian architect Huib Hoste. The gallery focuses on Belgian contemporary art from the very beginning. Often figurative drawing and painting are the main focus of the gallery's choice, but conceptual artists, sculptors, photographers and designers are also regularly featured. In the early years, Jan Fabre, Carl De Keyzer, Luc Deleu, Johan Tahon, Jan Vanriet, Jan De Vlieger and Liliane Vertessen, among others, are given important solo shows. In 2017 the gallery is run by daughterElke Helbig who opens a new gallery space in the heart of the Brussels' art district.
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