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Monday, 28 April 2014


Le Temps du Loup

 Kevin Lucbert is a French artist born in 1985. Awarded a diploma in 2008 of the National School of Decorative Arts of Paris, he lives and works between Berlin and Paris today. Member of the artistcollective Crusaders Drawings, together with Edouard Baribeaud , he participates regularly in performances, exhibitions and leads workshops of drawing. Baribeaud and Lucbert are unified by their meticulous detailing and linework and use Crusaders as a platform to play off one another while each maintaining an epic illustrative style all their own.   


Opening  Saturday May 3 from 19:00h until 21:00h

Exhibition 4 May - 15 May

Tuesday, 15 April 2014


20 drawings

Namio Harukawa, born in 1947, (in Osaka Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese artist known for his realistic femdom erotica drawings. Harukawa’s drawings feature voluptuous women with large breasts, wide hips, round buttocks and thick legs dominating, overpowering and humiliating smaller men

Opening Saturday 19th of April from 19:00 until 21:00
Exhibition 20 April - 1 May

Tuesday, 1 April 2014


Pots and Rocks

 Sunday Morning, Acrylic on Panel, 36x28cm, 2014

 A pinch of this, Acrylic on Panel, 2014

 Names and Places, Ink on Paper, 2014

 Pitcher, Ink on Paper, 2014

Possibility of influence, Ink on Paper, 2014

Paul Wackers was born New Haven, Connecticut in 1978. He graduated with is MFA from San Francisco Art Institute, and with his BFA from Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, DC. Some of Paul’s solo exhibitions include Narwhal Projects (Toronto, ON), Alice Gallery (Brussels, Belgium), Eleanor Harwood Gallery (San Francisco, CA) and Morgan Lehman Gallery (New York, NY). Paul has also been in several group and two person shows, including New Image Art (Los Angeles, CA), Halsey McKay (East Hampton, NY), Frosch and Portmann (New York, NY), and Headlands Center for the Arts (Sausalito, CA).

"The work I make is based on things and places I see, feel and keep close to me. I make them to try to understand what they are, what they mean, and how I should understand them. Many of the subjects are things that seem very familiar but through the process become confused or unreal because of the associations created within the picture. I try to remain open to whatever path they take me down. "


VERNISSAGE: Friday April 4th from 19h until 21h

Exhibition 5April - 17 April