Spazio Nobile At Home

27/11/2021 — 26/06/2022Spazio Nobile At Home
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Spazio Nobile At Home is a private venue of the founders of the gallery, Lise Coirier & Gian Giuseppe Simeone. This Group Exhibition Spazio Nobile At Home, curated by Spazio Nobile Gallery, is running from 27 November 2021 until 26th June 2022, in their villa in Tervuren, close by the Africa Museum and the Tervuren Park. Parking on site, terminus tram 44.

This Group Show features around 40 artists of the gallery: François Azambourg, Jörg Bräuer, Nathalie Campion, Sébastien Caporusso, Marie Corbin, Jesper Eriksson, Lila Farget, Vincent Fournier, Ernst Gamperl, Garnier & Linker, Kaspar Hamacher, Sebastien Herkner, Amy Hilton, Pao Hui Kao, Katherine Huskie, Jin Kuramoto, Laura Laine, Tomáš Libertíny, Silvano Magnone, Isaac Monte, Mathieu Peyroulet, Païvi Rintaniemi, Samy Rio, Kristina Riska, Kustaa Saksi, Bela Silva, Lucile Soufflet, Piet Stockmans, Ann Beate Tempelhaug, Adi Toch, Kiki van Eijk, Joost Van Bleiswijk, Frederik Vercruysse, Vera Vermeersch, Fabian von Spreckelsen, Quentin Vuong and Philipp Weber.

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About the exhibition: Spazio Nobile At Home, Inner Landscapes

Spazio Nobile At Home is a collective exhibition of more than 30 artists, which has been carefully curated by Lise Coirier & Gian Giuseppe Simeone, co-founders and directors of Spazio Nobile Gallery in their private villa in Tervuren, Belgium, situated in the outskirts of Brussels. This neo-classical, eclectic Art Nouveau house, built up in 1900 with some additions of the 1950s (The Winter Garden and the Cubex kitchen), is part of an architectural promenade (Architectuur Wandeling, Vlaams Brabant) that dates from the same period as the construction of the Africa Museum and the Palais des Colonies by King Leopold II, located a hundred metres away. The gallery’s collection of contemporary applied art – at the fringe of decorative arts and contemporary fine art – is harmoniously integrated into the early 20th century interior of this Flemish Brabant heritage house located on the edge of the Forêt de Soignes, reknown for its centenary beech trees. The garden’s century-old green spaces were recently redesigned by Flemish landscape architect Aldrik Heirman and are home to a number of sculptures, including Fabian von Spreckelsen’s Freddy, a Corten steel meteorite at the front of the house, Kaspar Hamacher’s redwood Mother Earth Sphere, and the Corten steel planter by Dutch designer Joost van Bleiswijk. On the forest side, a kiosk and a Japanese-style sauna house are linked on either side by a stone path and an orchard. In the interior of the villa, next to the previous interior architecture intervention of Belgian interior architect Anne Derasse (also owner and partner of Spazio Nobile in “Le Sacre de la Matière” exhibition at Ancienne Nonciature) in the living room and stairwell and in the indoor spaces of the house, Belgian designer and architect Sébastien Caporusso brought the original Cubex kitchen back to life by creating and integrating a wall sculpture that structures the space overlooking the garden, Italian marbles Saint Laurent Verde and Calacutta Viola carefully chosen with the owners at Cromarbo (near Namur), as well as a wood and contemporary stained glass cabinet co-created with Atelier Mestdagh (Merelbeke), also creating in a spirit of audacity and economy of means, a living space with an organic shaped dining table integrating terrazzo and bamboo, a signature furniture of Caporusso for Spazio Nobile. From the entrance hall to the cloakroom, passing through the large living room with its colonnades and its veranda or winter garden, one passes into the dining room, then through a corridor punctuated by a mosaic floor and doors decorated with early 20th century coloured stained glass windows, which runs along the grand staircase to the kitchen, the ultimate space of intimacy in the house and of contemplation towards the garden, following the rhythm of the seasons. The visit is a “timeless” and visually tactile stroll through more than hundred works created by the gallery’s artists, including François Azambourg, Jörg Bräuer, Nathalie Campion, Sébastien Caporusso, Marie Corbin, Jesper Eriksson, Lila Farget, Vincent Fournier, Ernst Gamperl, Garnier & Linker, Kaspar Hamacher, Sebastien Herkner, Amy Hilton, Pao Hui Kao, Katherine Huskie, Jin Kuramoto, Laura Laine, Tomáš Libertíny, Silvano Magnone, Isaac Monte, Mathieu Peyroulet, Païvi Rintaniemi, Samy Rio, Kristina Riska, Kustaa Saksi, Bela Silva, Lucile Soufflet, Piet Stockmans, Ann Beate Tempelhaug, Adi Toch, Kiki van Eijk, Joost Van Bleiswijk, Frederik Vercruysse, Vera Vermeersch, Fabian von Spreckelsen, Quentin Vuong and Philipp Weber.

Link to the catalogue 


Featured artist(s)


Associated artworks

Adi Toch 
Vivid Whispering Vessel

Éva Garcia 
Calcaire de Dordogne #10

Pao Hui Kao 
Urushi Paper Pleats Stool Low

Pao Hui Kao 
Paper Pleats Coffee Table

Pao Hui Kao 
Urushi Paper Pleats Stool with cushion

François Azambourg 
Vase Douglas Très Grand Modèle Incolore #218

Amy Hilton 
Luminous blue (devotion to a noble spiritual ideal)

Jörg Bräuer 
Aigua Xelida R-1,Der Sinn der Zeit

Samy Rio 
Monozukuri vert d’eau

Samy Rio 
Monozukuri transparent

Adi Toch 
Blue Vessel Whispering Bowl

Garnier & Linker 
Diatomée light bleu

Garnier & Linker 
Diatomée Lime

Garnier & Linker 
Diatomée Vase Violine Grey

Garnier & Linker 
Diatomée Citrin

Garnier & Linker 
Diatomée Electric Blue



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