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Charles de Jonghe Gallery

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Charles de Jonghe Gallery
Rue du Mail 21
1050 Brussels
Belgium
Venue Type: Gallery


QUICK FACTS
Open hours
By appointment only
Phone
T.+32 2 537 81 03
Fax
F.+32 2 537 87 03
Gallery type
Contemporary
Cost
Free
DESCRIPTION

Starting in September 2011, Galerie Charles de Jonghe will be changing its direction and will be focusing more on secondary market as it partners with artists and different organizations on a wide range of projects.

Please note that the gallery will be open by appointment only.

Located in the heart of Brussels, the Charles de Jonghe gallery aspires to be a beacon discussing the complexities and diversities of contemporary artistic creation through its careful selection of Belgian and International artists.

The Charles de Jonghe gallery follows closely all developments in art while paying close attention to artistic creation inspired by and conveyed through new media. For the gallery, new media art is not an artform solely exploring its digital and technologically complex nature. It is also closely affiliated with the evolution of contemporary art and is preoccupied by the same current universal themes.

Taking into consideration the diversity of new technologies and their specific impact on the visual arts, one is bound to study the ensuing hybrid of forms. The result is a body of work exhibited by the gallery that embraces artworks carrying the marks of the “traditional” language of painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, etc, with artworks that have a straight-forward digital character. Furthermore, the Charles de Jonghe gallery does not fail to keep a close eye on the general artistic production and does not hesitate to widen its scope of vision in order to exhibit strong work, but not necessarily with digital affiliation.

A fresh look, experimentation and quality guide the gallery’s research and artistic choices.

The identity of the Charles de Jonghe gallery is deliberately flux and in permanent development. The leitmotiv is to allow the public, including beginners, amateurs and collectors, to discover the most stimulating concentration of today’s artistic creation.