Dr. Hugo Heyrman / Why, What, When & Where is an Image?
Opening Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 November 2021 from 11 am till 7 pm
The exhibition runs from Thursday 25 November 2021 till 23 January 2022
Galerie De Zwarte Panter | Hoogstraat 70-72-74 | Antwerp | Belgium
Open from thursday till sunday, 13u30 till 18u00.
Nick Andrews | Michael Bastow | Fred Bervoets | Jacques Brissot | Michel Buylen | Hugo Claus | Jan Cox | Jan Decleir | Benjamin Demeyere | Etienne Desmet | Frans Heirbaut | Wim Hermans | Dr. Hugo Heyrman | Kamagurka en Herr Seele | Marc Kennes | Guy Leclercq | Jacques Lennep | Tom Liekens | Frank Maieu | Raymond Minnen | Mugo | Lieven Nollet | Benoit Piret | Pjeroo Roobjee | Wim De Schamphelaere | André Stas | Herman Selleslags | Roger Van Akelijen | Frieda Van Dun | Marcel van Maele | Jan Vanriet | Frederique van Rijn | Dirk Vermeirre | Frank Wagemans | Ysbrant .17
Van de aanklikbare namen kunnen de voorbije exposities vanaf januari 2011 nog worden geraadpleegd.
The exhibition of Dr. Hugo Heyrman, Why, What, When & Where is an Image? runs from Thursday 25 November until Sunday 23 January 2022. The opening will be on Saturday 20 November and Sunday 21 November from 11 am till 7 pm.
At the occasion of the eponymous exhibition, the book Dr. Hugo Heyrman Why What, When & Where is an Image? was published.
The artist Dr. Hugo Heyrman occupies a unique positions within the art world. Looking back at an artistic career of more than fifty years, we are confronted with an oeuvre that has consistently played a pioneering role, starting from the 1960s, when he introduced happenings, pop and conceptual art.
The oeuvre, from the first series Streetlife Cycle - To Perceive the Perception (1975) till the recent, Why, What, When & Where is an Image? (2021-2022) makes a statement about the poetics of painting and the evocative power of thought-images.
Dr. Hugo Heyrman gives paintings a cinematic, enigmatic dimension. By questioning the truth of images, Heyrman opens up a poetic, pictorial space, between the real, the remembered and the imaginary.
Click here for previous exhibitions.
Top: Undressing, 2020
Above: Rhythmic Moves, 2021