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Spazio Nobile Gallery

Here, TLmag highlights the most recent exhibitions and artists featured at our sister gallery Spazio Nobile.

Spazio Nobile Studiolo presents Fabian von Spreckelsen, Soul Memories, a solo exhibition of new work featuring von Spreckelsen’s unique paintings made with metallic materials including bronze, copper and steel, as well as his functional collectible furniture collection in which he uses leather and iron.

Jörg Bräuer’s solo show, “Lithologie”, has opened at Spazio Nobile in Brussels. He spoke recently with Marcia Bjornerud, Professor of Geosciences at Lawrence University in Wisconsin and author of the bestseller book “Timefullness”, about his recent body of photographic work, Capri Lithologie MMXXII.

Spazio Nobile presents, Subtle Energy, a solo show by Paris-based artist, Amy Hilton. The exhibition opens on September 8th, along with Brussels Gallery Weekend, and runs through November 6, 2022.

As part of their installation, Earth, Glass, Fire, at Collectible 2022, Spazio Nobile presented a selection of new glass vessels by contemporary Czech artist, Josef Divin. His distinctive process of hand blowing and hand cutting glass creates enigmatic and captivating works of art.

Spazio Nobile studiolo presents an exhibition of work created at Cor Unum, a Dutch ceramics workshop with a unique vision. On view is a a presentation of the four seasons by leading designers of the Memphis movement as well as new work by other talented Dutch designers.

In their duo-exhibition, “Tree of Life”, artists Bela Silva and Vera Vermeersch offer an homage to Italy, its landscape, culture and history through a series of ceramics and tapestries. On view at Spazio Nobile Gallery through May 15, 2022.

On January 20th, Spazio Nobile Gallery opens an solo show by Éva Garcia titled, “Can this light…? Garcia’s moody, almost ethereal gouaches, engravings and paintings hover between figuration and abstraction, seemingly emerging from their surface as if moving through space. The exhibition is on view through March 27, 2022.

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