Stilll Gallery

Stilll Gallery works with artists who primarily use photography as a medium. The Antwerp-based gallery embraces and stimulates a monumental and conceptual approach. Expect sculpture, painting, drawing, performance, and video from a photographic point of view.

ARTISTS 2014: Egon van Herreweghe, Emmeline de Mooij

Gallery Fifty One

Based in Antwerp, Gallery Fifty One, specialises in fine art photography.

Founded in June 2000, the gallery is the only major art gallery in Belgium devoted exclusively to fine art photography. The gallery deals with young emerging photographers and established photographers of the 20th and 21st century.

Since 2009, the gallery has a New York office to meet the growing demands of its US clients. In 2011, the gallery started a dialogue between photography and works on paper. Regularly, these exhibitions are conducted to emphasise the artistic gaze of photography.

Tique

Tique is an art organisation based in Belgium and the Netherlands, with an exhibition space, a printed and online magazine. Tique also has an office for cultural projects and productions, and publishes books on art. The Tique store promotes and sells art publications, artworks and editions, online and in their exhibition space in Antwerp, Belgium.

Van der Mieden Gallery

Van der Mieden Gallery was founded in 2004 by Diederik van der Mieden in Antwerp. The gallery moved to Brussels in 2012 in order to join the cultural dynamic and the diverse offer of cultural institutions, museums, and galleries that bring life to the city.

Van der Mieden works with artists who work around abstraction and do so without excluding any medium. 

ARTISTS 2017: Adam Jeppesen, Caio Reisewitz, Martina Sauter, Hanne van der Woude

ARTISTS 2016: Adam Jeppesen, Filip Dujardin, Hanne van der Woude, Fleur van Dodewaard

Stieglitz19

Stieglitz19, founded in 2008, is a gallery based in Antwerp specialising in 21st century art photography. It is the only major gallery in Belgium showing new talent in the field of contemporary photography. Whilst young emerging artists are a strong focus for the gallery, it is also interested in more established artists that lack recognition in the wider art world. 

ARTISTS 2018: Chen Wei, Ji Zhou, Lin Zhipeng, Sara Skorgan Teigen

ARTISTS 2017: Thomas Vandenberghe, Synchrodogs, Ville Andersson, Lara Gasparotto

IBASHO

IBASHO is a young gallery in Antwerp, Belgium, specialising in Japanese photography ranging from works by well-known Japanese photographers to younger contemporary Japanese artists, as well as works from Western photographers who were inspired by Japan. IBASHO hopes to show the versatility and beauty of Japanese photography in its many guises, from the raw and unpolished to the minimalist and still. As photo books are an important medium for presenting photography in Japan, IBASHO also deals in new and antiquarian Japanese photo books.

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