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Winter Open Doors

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lexia Werrie invites you to discover her selection of contemporary artists, artworks and vintage furniture during her winter open doors at her Gallery house in Tervuren. From Tuesday 23 of November until Sunday 28 of November 2021 discover contemporary paintings, sculptures, ceramics and vintage furniture in a unique interior setting.

Winter Open Doors

23 - 28 November 2021

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Etiye Dimma Poulsen I Le Couple
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Exhibited Artists:

DELPHINE BRABANT
FLORENCE COENRAETS
HELENE DAWANS
ANNE DE MOL
ETIYE DIMMA POULSEN
MANUEL ESNOZ
BENOÎT FERON
RENE GALASSI
IRENE MARIA GANSER
ANTONIO LAMPECCO
ALBAN LANORE
CHRISTIAN NESLER
KAREN SWAMI
CATHERINE VAN POTTELSBERGHE
HELEN VERGOUWEN
CHARLOTTE VINDEVOGHEL

Outdoor Sculptures

In collaboration with Modern Shapes Gallery, Alexia Werrie will present corten steel sculptures by dutch artist Helen Vergouwen

Helen Vergouwen outdoor sculpture in corten steel
Helen Vergouwen (courtesy Modern Shapes Gallery)

A Selection of contemporary outdoor sculptures by women artists Delphine Brabant and Anne De Mol will be exhibited in Alexia Werrie Gallery's garden. 

Ceramics and Sculptures

Alexia Werrie presents in collaboration with Modern Shapes Gallery new sculptures by Dorothée Loriquet and Brigitte Marionneau.

Brigitte Marionneau (Courtesy Modern Shapes Gallery)
Brigitte Marionneau (Courtesy Modern Shapes Gallery)

Brigitte Marionneau is a French ceramist, born 1958 in Anger. No matter how plain it may be, in her work lines are never hard or dead. Quite the opposite, they are touched by a vibrant firmness, a breath, betraying the ceramist’s constant desire to elevate the material to the heavens.

Dorothee Loriquet (courtesy Modern Shapes Gallery)

There’s nothing static about Dorothée Loriquet’s sculpture. Her biomorphic compositions rotate in space while retaining a vertebral dimension, particularly in her most recent works. “My main concern is not the contours, but rather the empty spaces without which movement would not exist.” Indeed, the artist repeats them to the point of breaching the material beyond the constraints of gravity.

Information & Contact

ALEXIA WERRIE GALLERY 

Winter Open Doors

Tuesday 23.11 to Sunday 28.11

From 11 AM to 6 PM

Moorselboslaan 10

3080 Tervuren

+32 479 59 69 81 

alexia@alexiawerrie.com

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