He Needs Me

Group show
Losange, Brussels (BE)

Guðný Rósa Ingimarsdóttir


LOSANGE is giving contemporary art collector Christophe Veys carte blanche to bring together works by forty-four artists from his collection. Curating the exhibition, he will be accompanying the public on an intimate tour of each of the pieces on show. “He Needs Me”, a song sung by Nina Simone in 1958, reflects the importance to the collector of his collection, which is akin to a self-portrait.

Works by Marc ANGELI, Laurette ATRUX-TALLAU, Silvia BÄCHLI, Béatrice BALCOU, Evelyne de BEHR, Sophie BLET, Juan CAÑIZARES, Dieudonné CARTIER, Mario CRAVO NETO, Edith DEKYNDT, DETANICO & LAIN, DENICOLAI et PROVOOST, Enric Farres DURAN, Aurélien FROMENT, Mario GARCIA TORRES, Cristina GARRIDO, Bernard GAUBE, Pierre GERARD, Gerlach en koop, Valérian GOALEC, Marco GODOY, Bérengère HENIN, Karl HOLMQVIST, Myriam HORNARD, Gudny Rosa INGIMARSDOTTIR, Florian KINIQUES, Icaro LIRA, Lucie LANZINI, Myriam LOUYEST, Cristina MEJIAS, mountaincutters, Valérie MRÉJEN, Roman ONDAK, Shen ÖZDEMIR, Jonathan ROSIĆ, Stéphanie SAADÉ, Bettina SAMSON, Flore SAUNOIS, Yann SERANDOUR, Christophe TERLINDEN, Oriol VILANOVA

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LOSANGE is an artistic project conceived by the visual artist Evelyne de Behr, LOSANGE is the fruit of research and questioning stemming from her own experience as a woman artist. Located in the heart of a private Art Nouveau house in Ixelles, the DNA of LOSANGE is to pay particular attention to the visibility of women artists and to offer a unique space designed as a laboratory for exhibiting and disseminating contemporary art. LOSANGE takes the domestic space – a potential temple of the emotions – as its starting point, opening it up to societal issues and debates.
This pioneering and poetic project offers exhibitions dedicated to contemporary artists and emerging or established curators. It opens the door to contemporary art in a close relationship between the works, the public and the artists.


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