Exhibitor Solo 2022

Zwart Huis

  • Brussels
  • Booth A12

Galerie Zwart Huis is founded in 2001 by Gerda Vander Kerken in Knokke. The gallery is first housed in Villa De Beir, a modernist doctor’s house from 1924, designed by the Belgian architect Huib Hoste. The gallery focuses on Belgian contemporary art from the very beginning. Often figurative drawing and painting are the main focus of the gallery’s choice, but conceptual artists, sculptors, photographers and designers are also regularly featured. In the early years Carl De Keyzer, Luc Deleu, Christophe Coppens, Ronny Delrue, Johan Tahon, Jan Vanriet, Jan De Vlieger and Liliane Vertessen, among others, are given important solo shows. By continuously striving for high quality, the gallery is building a solid reputation in Belgium in its relatively young existence. In 2007 the gallery moves to a new building on the seafront. Zwart Huis continues its élan and shows the work of Johan Tahon, Philip Aguirre, Hans Vandekerckhove, Philippe Vandenberg, Pjeroo Roobjee, Nick Andrews, Jan Vanriet, Jan De Vliegher, Fik van Gestel, Koen Deprez, Jozef Van Ruyssevelt, Luk Van Soom, Koen Broucke and Colin Waeghe amongst others.



  • 690, Rivoli Building 41, Chaussée de waterloo
    1180 Brussels
    Belgium
+32 4 79 45 25 71