In 1981, Frank and Eliane Demaegd founded Zeno X Gallery in an early 20th century townhouse in the Antwerp South district. In the early years the program of the gallery was mainly focused on architecture and installations with artists such as John Körmeling, Rem Koolhaas, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven and Patrick Van Caeckenbergh. Nowadays the gallery represents around thirty artists which operate in many different mediums such as painting, sculpture, film, photography and performance.Read More
In 2013, Zeno X Gallery moved to a larger and more industrial space in Borgerhout. This location offered the opportunity to exhibit large-scale works and monumental installations. In 2020, Zeno X Gallery decided to reopen the former gallery space at Leopold De Waelplaats 16 to increase the visibility of the artists they represent. The main exhibitions are still staged at the Borgerhout location, whereas the more intimate South space is perfect to host small-scale group exhibitions or focused presentations.
Zeno X Gallery represents established international artists such as Luc Tuymans, Marlene Dumas and Mark Manders, while also showing the work of younger and upcoming artists such as N. Dash, Marina Rheingantz and Pélagie Gbaguidi. The gallery also represents the estate of Raoul De Keyser and Cristof Yvoré. Zeno X Gallery offers an international platform to its artists by participating in several art fairs such as Art Basel, Frieze and FIAC.
At Zeno X Gallery, Pélagie Gbaguidi connects colonial legacies with the present in textiles, drawings, and paintings.Read More Ocula Conversation John Yau Connects Three Asian American Modernists By Stephanie Bailey, New York
John Yau describes the lives and works of three overlooked figures of modernism: Leo Amino, Minoru Niizuma, and John Pai.Read More Ocula Feature FIAC 2021: Exhibitions to See in Paris By Elaine YJ Zheng, Paris
For those in Paris during FIAC, Ocula highlights exhibitions showing in museums and galleries across the city.Read More Ocula Conversation Mircea Suciu Captures the Psychological Undercurrents of Now By Tessa Moldan, Antwerp
With his latest solo show now on view at Zeno X Gallery, Mircea Suciu discusses his approach to capturing the psychological undercurrents of now.Read More
Frieze Los Angeles brings a blend of old and new to its new Beverly Hills location.Read More Advisory Perspective Portia Zvavahera’s Spectral Dream Worlds Arrive in New York 18 November 2021
Portia Zvavahera continues her rise to mega-gallery stardom with her debut solo exhibition in New York at David Zwirner.Read More Advisory Pick Modern Art Announces Representation of René Daniëls
The announcement follows an exhibition of the artist's works at their London space.Read More Advisory Perspective Martin Margiela Makes His Return as an Artist 21 October 2021
Former fashion designer Martin Margiela makes his creative comeback as a visual artist.Read More
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