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©Jeroen Verrecht
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Atelier Jespers

  • Brussels, Belgium
  • Gallery
Atelier Jespers Brussels
By appointment only
+32 475649581
©Jeroen Verrecht

An artist's house transformed into an exhibition

Since 2015 Jean-François Declercq has been organising and curating exhibitions on design, crafts, architecture and art in his modernist house, which was built in 1928 by Victor Bourgeois, a member of CIAM and the first teacher of architecture at the Brussels art school La Cambre. As the house was conceived as a working and living space for sculptor Oscar Jespers, the abundance of light and the spatial experience make it a public, but at the same time intimate exhibition space. This extraordinary setting strengthens the dialogue between the architecture and the exhibited objects and artworks, from amongst others Domeau & Peres, Enric Mestre, Michael Anastassiades or Anton Reijnders.

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