After Work Apero with Frederik Vercruysse, Windows, Solo Show, Spazio Nobile Gallery, Thursday 21st October, 19-21.00



Spazio Nobile Gallery & Studiolo
Thursday 21st October, 19-21.00
Rue Franz Merjay 142 & 169, B-1050 Brussels

Frederik Vercruysse invites the visitor to confront the analogue image pushed to the limit, pixelated, becoming truer to Itself the closer one gets. Purposefully blurred and distorted in a decomposition that is recreated by our eye that tries to capture its presence, the composition of the image becomes impressionistic and is reborn as the pointillist work of a painter with small brushstrokes.

Windows thus conveys, in Vercruysse’s unique language, a body of poetic images that respond to one another between non-pictorial pictures, Window Stills, and composed objects reflecting the ‘mirror of the soul’, the Light Boxes and the Mirror Boxes. The glass, the windows, the glass plates of the photographer of yesteryear become the common thread of this intense investigation. For years, Frederik Vercruysse has tried to combine an analytical, realistic, objective and documentary spirit in his photographic work. He uses the camera like a high-tech tool to produce images in which the frame is entirely staged. By distancing himself, he assembles fragments of the images that he produces over time, to compose lyrical, even hidden, narratives. He thus passes on the feeling of existence, presence and absence, light and its intense rays.

Frederik Vercruysse, solo show, download the catalogue Windows here
Window of A Writer, fine art print on rag paper, 87,2 x 127,2 cm, framed, signed and dated, 5+2 AP


Frederik Vercruysse, Solo Exhibition, Windows, runs from 10.9 until 14.11.2021

Save the date: finissage 14.11.2021, 12-16.00, in the presence of the artist

Spazio Nobile has edited three new creations by Frederik Vercruysse
Limited editions: Windows Stills, photographs, 5 + 2AP – Windows Light Boxes, bright rooms, 3 + 2AP
& Windows Mirror Glass Boxes, psyches, 3 + 2AP, in collaboration with Atelier Mestdagh, Merelbeke, BE. 
The photographs were translated into three-dimensional objects whose strength lies in the transparency and subtlety of a living material. On the picture: Mountain View, Tree I, Tree II, Mirroir Glass Boxes – Psyches, Lambda prints into 3mm float glass and 6mm mouth blown Restauro glass, 20,6 x 30,6 x 8 cm box size, signed and numbered, ed. 3+2AP

Go to press room : press release EN / communiqué de presse FR / persbericht NL

Press: Club ParadisAlbane Paret & Micha Pycke