Represented By Roberto Polo gallery Bruxelles
There are currently no upcoming exhibitions planned. If there is something new, I will anounce it on this page.
Des étoiles au bord de l'ombre
Wednesday, 12 October, 2022 to Wednesday, 26 October, 2022
Sonder le Mystère, exposition solo à L'Orangerie de Bastogne
Saturday, 25 June, 2022 to Sunday, 21 August, 2022
Exposition Hortésie, galerie Melissa Ansel
Friday, 17 September, 2021 to Sunday, 24 October, 2021
Avec Valérie Lenders, également une conférence a été organisée autour de l'exposition avec le professeur et historien de l'art Jan De Maere
Solo show of monumental sculptures at Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporeano de Castilla de La Mancha, CORPO. Collection Roberto Polo.
Saturday, 20 March, 2021 to Monday, 20 September, 2021
Opening will take place March 2021
Participation à l'exposition collective 'Still life', galerie Melissa Ansel, curatrice Valérie Lenders
Thursday, 12 March, 2020 to Sunday, 21 June, 2020
Participation à l'exposition collective, 'C'est tout à fait possible (après tout)' galerie Hôte, curatrice Dominique Thirion
Friday, 6 March, 2020 to Sunday, 29 March, 2020
Ouverture officielle de la 'Colección Roberto Polo' Museo Moderno y Contemporeano de Castilla de la Mancha, Toledo, Espagne
Wednesday, 27 March, 2019 to Sunday, 31 March, 2019
Acquisition du Museo Moderno y Contemporeano de Castilla de la Mancha de 5 oeuvres. 'Miss him', cedre, ht: 220, 2012, 'Woman',Ht: 270cm cedre acier, 2012 portraits de 'Seta Mingorance', chêne et acier et papier, hauteur 70 cm, 'Francisco Mingorance, chêne, acier ht: 74cm, 'Simon Siegmann'. chêne, acier, 2012.
Personal exhibition, 'VIOLENT FANTASIES' Gallery Roberto Polo, 2017
Thursday, 23 March, 2017 to Sunday, 7 May, 2017
Jaroslow Kozlowzki 'Covering', whom represented Poland at the Venice's biennale and Annabelle Hyvrier 'Violent fantasie', Galerie Roberto Polo, Bruxelles
Exhibition 'Cosmogony', Museum Van Deinze De Leiestreek, with painter Xavier Noiret-Tomé
Friday, 23 October, 2015 to Sunday, 10 January, 2016
ANNABELLE HYVRIER / XAVIER NOIRET-THOMÉ
24.10.2015 - 10.01.2016
The Museum of Deinze and the region of the river Lys , within the context of its new concept SHOW-2, proudly presents Cosmogony, a joint exhibition of the sculptor Annabelle Hyvrier and the painter Xavier Noiret-Thomé, both of whom were born in France in 1971, live and work in Brussels. The exhibition’s theme and title is drawn from a stanza of A Season in Hell, Arthur Rimbaud’s 1873 seminal poem in prose: “I shall unveil all the mysteries: mysteries religious or natural, death, birth, future, past, cosmogony, nothingness… I am a master of phantasmagoria.
”Life – with its unexpected curves – runs like a thread through the work of Annabelle Hyvrier. Her sculpture often springs from vigorous struggle with colossal and carefully selected chunks of wood – struggle won in delicate balance between artist and medium. Annabelle Hyvrier possesses the rare talent of metamorphosing rough and monolithic chunks of wood into conceptually brilliant and dynamic sculptures, as well as of creating complex multi-sculpture, multi-media installations, such as Ghost, which will première in this exhibition. Her work is in museum and private collections.
Xavier Noiret-Thomé, best described as both impassioned by icons and rebellious iconoclast, boasts vast erudition of art history and curiosity in all genre of artistic expression. His work references the past without emulating it. On the contrary, Xavier Noiret-Thomé incessantly redefines, reinterprets, and researches art historical strengths and fragilities, simultaneously respectful and irreverent of artistic heritage. By sweeping away art historical boundaries, his work destabilises the viewer, and invites him to take an extended look. Xavier Noiret-Thomé was awarded the Prix Levis of the Young Belgian Art Prize in 2001, and in 2005, was a resident at the Villa Medicis, as laureate of the French Academy in Rome. His work is in museum and private collections.
Museum van Deinze en de Leiestreek
Lucien Matthyslaan 3-5, 9800 Deinze