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Feizi Gallery: Link between Europe & China

Established in 2007, originally Shanghai-based FEIZI Gallery started out by representing emerging and established Chinese contemporary artists. In June 2012, the gallery set up in Brussels and is committed...
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Established in 2007, originally Shanghai-based FEIZI Gallery started out by representing emerging and established Chinese contemporary artists. In June 2012, the gallery set up in Brussels and is committed to identifying new talents from Shanghai, Beijing, Chengdu and Hangzhou; offering a fresh, unseen, unique perspective on contemporary art. As a part of the Brussels I Love You art walk, from 13 to 27 February 2016, Feizi hosts a Group show named The Collection by many European and Chinese artists at the same time: Giulia Andreani, Charles Laib Bitton, Boris Lafargue, Jessica Lajard,  Ye Lingchan, Donato Piccolo, Keen Souhlal, Robbert Van Wynendaele, Tatiana Wolska, Zhang Xuerui, Chen Yujun and Jiang Zhi. This exhibition will highlight together painting, drawings, videos, installations and sculptures.

The Collection – Group show will run until 25 February 2016 at FEIZI Gallery. In parallel of Brussels I Love You, the gallery will host the Closing evening on 27 February 2016 from 6 to 9 PM. The all art tour of BILY will take place from 13 to 27 February 2016.

Images courtesy – ©Feizi Gallery

Pet Pussy, 2015 by Jessica Lajard Glazed Ceramic and Wool, 62 x 23 x 48
Pet Pussy, 2015 by Jessica Lajard Glazed Ceramic and Wool, 62 x 23 x 48
90 grammes d'idées fixes, 2011 by Keen Souhlal Porcelain, ø15cm
90 grammes d'idées fixes, 2011 by Keen Souhlal Porcelain, ø15cm
Crooked House No.57854376, 2015 by Chen Yujun Acrylic on paper, 45 x 64 cm
Crooked House No.57854376, 2015 by Chen Yujun Acrylic on paper, 45 x 64 cm
Untilted by Robert Van Wynendael, 2015 Lead on pencil, 70 x 50 cm
Untilted by Robert Van Wynendael, 2015 Lead on pencil, 70 x 50 cm
Untilted by Tatiana Wolska, 2015 Acrylic on paper, 29 x 21 cm
Untilted by Tatiana Wolska, 2015 Acrylic on paper, 29 x 21 cm
Untilted by Charles Laib Bitton, 2015 Charcoal, Tape & acrylic on paper, 14 x 17,8 cm
Untilted by Charles Laib Bitton, 2015 Charcoal, Tape & acrylic on paper, 14 x 17,8 cm
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