or how we learned to love our curves
Expo zero, ZEIT's Nullnummer,
using the circle as its starting point
A circle. The most basic shape there is. Symbol of the infinite, of eternity and totality, of timelessness. Quite appropriate for an art space called ZEIT, we thought. Or read it as a zero, if you want, a base to build upon, a place from where to grow. The new kid in town keeps it simple.
Taking the circle as the theme for our first exhibition, we are able to offer you a peek into what we are planning to bring in the upcoming shows. The works on display in this first selection range from trusted Belgian post-war abstract artists such as Gilbert Decock and Pol Bury and their colleagues working in neighbouring countries like Geneviève Claisse and Lothar Quinte to contemporaries embracing a new abstract language including Lotte Van den Audenaeren, Filip Collin and Jef Meyer. A mixed bunch and yet, they have so much in common. At least, that’s what we think.
A circle is also a group of people who share the same interests.
We hope you will like this selection as much as we do.
Welcome to ZEIT, welcome to BALLS!
Opens 1 March - Runs till 25 April - Open every Thursday, Friday & Saturday 2 pm - 7 pm and on appointment
*** Extended till 1 August ***
Would you like to have the gallery all to yourself? Contact us for a private visit.
We are more than happy to welcome you any day of the week.
BALLS! includes works by:
Richard Allen, Etienne Béothy, Pol Bury, Geneviève Claisse, Filip Collin, Gilbert Decock, Jean Dubois, Karl Gerstner, Pierre Guariche, Nick Hullegie, Alain Jacquet, Ugo La Pietra, Walter Leblanc, Julio Le Parc, Almir Mavignier, Jef Meyer, Verner Panton, Ivan Picelj, Otto Piene, Gio Ponti, Lothar Quinte, David Roth, Francisco Sobrino, Studio 6G, Guy Vandenbranden, Lotte Van den Audenaeren, Willy Van Der Meeren, Paul Van Hoeydonck, Mark Verstockt, Helen Von Boch, Ludwig Wilding