About Alexia Werrie

Alexia Werrie Art gallery

ALEXIA WERRIE GALLERY

ART IN A HOUSE

With ALEXIA WERRIE GALLERY Alexia invites you to discover her selection of contemporary international art in her gallery house. ART IN A HOUSE.

"I like spaces with an atmosphere". Alexia Werrie
 
ALEXIA WERRIE GALLERY is neither a conventional mansion nor a traditional gallery but a selection of works in a LIVING space. Alexia welcomes you to her home and invites you to discover her favourite artistic heart staged in her personal interior, so that amateurs and collectors can better project the works in their homes. Through its confrontations, Alexia invites to travel, to escape, to authenticity.
 
"One eye is enough for the merchant, one hundred eyes are not enough for the buyer." Arabic proverb 
In her confrontations and exhibitions, Alexia shares the discoveries she made during her travels in Africa and the Middle East. She travels the world to discover new artists and proposes contemporary works without restriction of technique, from drawing to installation through painting. The gallery owner selects complete, accomplished and recognized artists. Alexia pays particular attention to the message, the story they are dealing with, the research associated with the subject, the technical virtuosity. The pieces proposed are unique or very limited in edition. 
"To buy art, you have to live it ..." Unknown

Passionate about art, she worked for more than a decade in the art sector including in auctions houses (Christie's, Cornette de Saint Cyr, Horta); as a curator or in artist Residencies.

Alexia Werrie graduated from a Master in Economy (ICHEC, Brussels) and a Master in Art History (IESA, Paris). She specialized in paintings and graphic arts. She pursued her education with a specialization in curatorial studies in Berlin.In 2016, she graduated from Islamic art at the Oxford University (London). 

Her corporate clients include BMW, Sotheby’s Real Estate, RR Interior, PH Collection, Steigenberger Group, AG Real Estate, Atenor Group, Belgian Royal museum for art, Berlin Biennale.