Rodolphe Janssen founded his gallery in Brussels in 1991, and has since organized over 200 exhibitions. The gallery participates in many major international art fairs, and in 2016-2017, it took part in Art Basel Miami, Armory, MiArt, Art Brussels, BRAFA, Art Düsseldorf and Frieze New York. At first, photography was Rodolphe Janssen’s main focus, but his scope has widened, and today he covers a number of disciplines and different generations of artists. During the twenty-six years since the gallery opened, he has built up strong relationships with collectors, contemporary art museums and art centres in Europe, the USA and Asia. Rodolphe Janssen is a member of the Belgian Chamber of Art Experts and of the selection committee of Art Brussels.
Thirty-two Asian American and Pacific Island artists have been nominated for the inaugural prize.
Emily Mae Smith's Broom Life sold for over 20 times its high estimate.
Cindy Ji Hye Kim's latest grayscale drawings, which will go on show at rodolphe janssen from 12 May, lays bare the spectre of violence that exists in conscious and subconscious realms.
For its 18th edition in Miami Beach, 269 leading international modern and contemporary art galleries from across the world exhibited artworks by over 4,000 artists.
In anticipation of Brussels Gallery Weekend, Ocula Advisory have selected their favourite works from participating galleries' programmes.
Ocula Advisory select their highlights from Art Brussels WEEK, running between 3 and 6 June 2021 at around 110 galleries across Brussels, Paris, Antwerp, and Knokke.
Filipe da Costa Leite curates a selection of artworks from Ocula's gallery platform, providing an insight into his collecting habits.
Floral arrangements, food and a funereal mood form the basis of American sculptor Genesis Belanger's new show at The Aldrich.
Canadian-Korean artist Cindy Ji Hye Kim has been taking the art world by storm with her unconventional works that unexpectedly mix painting and illustration, horror and humor, content and concept.
Over the course of a three-decades-long career, Landers has developed several singular series of work where he re-examines the relationship of the artist to their work. Arguably most recognised of the
In author Ursula K. Le Guin's 1986 essay, The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction, Le Guin cites writer and editor Elizabeth Fisher's "carrier bag theory," which posits that the earliest tool was in fact
Haptic Feedback is a group exhibition dealing with the changing psychological relationship to physical space and our sense of belonging and touch under the influence of digital technologies. The exh
Wim Delvoye was interviewed by Rasmus Quistgaard at Herning Museum of Contemporary Art in Herning, Denmark in April 2017.
'Of course, this is shallow material, but can I find something of value there?' Meet the Norwegian photographer Torbjørn Rødland, whose photos transcend and defamiliarise their seemingly ordinary moti