Edition of 25 with 4 A.P.
All of them are unique and have between 9 and 15 pieces of collage in watercolor, woven into the paper.
€480 for the edition with museum glass frame and the book delivered at home.
Untitled. Inkjet print, watercolor and collage on Hahnemühle fine art phot rag matt paper 308 gr, framed H41.5 x W53 cm.
Thanks to this edition, my first catalog will be published by Posture Editions.
Apparently (drawings from the collection D’herde-Castelein), curated by Frank Maes, Abdijstraat 34, Koksijde, 20.07.2022-11.09.2022.
SB51, groupshow with Arpaïs Du Bois, Fabrice Souvereyns and Hannelore Van Dijck. Curated by Els Wuyts and Yves Velter. Salon Blanc, 17.07.2022 14:00-20:00.
‘Johan De Wilde invites’, Hopstreet Gallery Deurle. Group exhibition with works by Rik De Boe, Wim Bouciqué, Marthe Coolens, Johan De Wilde, Marc Nagtzaam and Fabrice Souvereyns. Curated by Johan De Wilde.
‘Selected works for Drawing Now and Art Brussels 2020’, Hopstreet gallery Brussels, group exhibition with works by Sara Bjarland FI, Julie Cockburn UK, Jonathan Callan UK, Johan De Wilde BE, Fabrice Souvereyns BE, Egon Van Herreweghe & Thomas Min BE, Jan Van Munster NL and Tinus Vermeersch BE.
Photo © Thomas Min
‘Dancing with pencils’, solo exhibition in Hopstreet gallery Brussels, in dialogue with ‘perforations’ Paul Bourgeois. Photo © We Document Art
Nomination for the BILL Award 2019, the Ultima prize for young talent under the age of 26 from the Flemish government. Watch the video here.
‘Into Limbo’, Off The, Grid in Cas-co Leuven. Group exhibition with works by Charlotte Stuby, Jan Duerinck, Glenn Ryszko, Ash Bowland, Cédric Urbanski and Fabrice Souvereyns. Curated by Bram Van Breda.
‘Draw the line’, Kunstpodium T Tilburg. Group exhibition with works by Iris Van Den Bersselaar, Lisa Blaauwbroek, Sanne Boekel, Vince Donders, Tim Enthoven, Willem De Haan, Kamagurka, Jelmer Konjo, Jeroen De Leijer, Tja Ling, Floor Rieders, Fieke Ruitinga, Toni Van Tiel, Manon Van Trier, Fabrice Souvereyns, Jose Quintanar and Nina Van De Ven.
‘Visible/Invisible’, Hopstreet gallery Brussels, group exhibition with works by Joachim Grommek, Marcia Hafif, Matts Leiderstam, Fabrice Souvereyns, Freddy van Parys and Dan van Severen. Photo © David Samyn.