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Louis Lannoo Gallery

Chinese & Indian Contemporary Art

“ Some of the best work being produced today is coming out of China, Korea & Japan „
Howard Rutkowski (director contemporary art Bonhams)

For an art market starved of a steady flow of high-quality works of art, contemporary art is a godsend.
There is, after all, so much of it about. Everywhere. And never before have there been so many people eager to buy it from all around the globe.
Suddenly it seems that the entire art trade has begun to explore the dynamic potential of emerging markets and new art.

China is the dominant reality for the future. Chinese contemporary culture is passing through a particularly creative and historical important phase.

Louis Lannoo Gallery is a pioneer in Belgium in the field of Chinese contemporary art, by carefully identifying the best and most original artists of this new generation.

European & American 20th Century Art

Louis Lannoo Gallery provides art consultation on all aspects of your collection, whether it exists already, or whether you are... [ Read all ]


Zandstraat 7 8300 Knokke Belgium
Phone: +32 50 34 54 35
Fax: +32 9 281 28 39
Website: www.louislannoogallery.com

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Artists Represented

Chinese & Indian Contemporary Artists

Zhao Bandi
Liu Bolin
Zhang Dali
Zhang Enli
Zeng Fanzhi
Cao Fei
Yang Fudong
Gao Brothers
Wang Guangyi
Zheng Guogu
Shilpa Gupta
Subodh Gupta
Lu Hao
Zhang Huan
Wang Jin
Wang Jun
Sui Jianguo
Jitish Kallat
Sanjeev Khandekar
Riyas Komu
Yan Lei
Fang Lijun
Nalini Malani
Yue Minjun
Yan Pei-ming
Wang Qingsong
Rong Rong & inri
T.V. Santosh
Yang Shaobin
Zhou Tiehai
Hema Upadhyay
Zhan Wang
Ai Weiwei
Liu Wei
Chen Wenbo
Cui Xianji
Miao Xiaochun
Zhang Xiaogang
Cang Xin
Ding Yi
Zhang Yiwang

European & American Contemporary Artists

Francis Bacon
Jean-Michel Basquiat
Joseph Beuys
Alighiero Boetti
Constantin Brancusi
Georges Braque
Alexander Calder
Marc Chagall
John Chamberlain
Edgar Degas
Willem de Kooning
Paul Delvaux
Jean Dubuffet
Marcel Duchamp
Lucio Fontana
Dan Flavin
Tom Friedman
Alberto Giacometti
Keith Haring
Damien Hirst
David Hockney
Roni Horn
Robert Indiana
Jasper Johns
Donald Judd
Wassily Kandinsky
Anselm Kiefer
Yves Klein
Gustav Klimt
Jeff Koons
Fernand LĂ©ger
Sol LeWitt
Roy Lichtenstein
René Magritte
Henri Matisse
J... [ Read all ]

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Current Exhibitions

East vs. West (6th of August 2009 - 18th of October 2009)
The perception of each other; an understanding of the Asian vs. the Western culture can be made through pictorial representation.
A theme that becomes immediately apparent is the struggle between East and West. Although the terms themselves are artificial social constructions, the dissonance between the two is present.

Works included by Shi Xinning, Zhang Huan, Wang Guangyi, Andy Warhol, Thomas SchĂĽtte, Yves Klein & Juan Munoz.

Forthcoming Exhibitions

Now you see me, now you don't: The artist who turns himself into the Invisible Man (24th of October 2009 - 22th of November 2009)
In Liu Bolin’s recent series, Urban Camouflage, Bolin paints his subjects as a continuation of their surrounding environment so that they blend almost seamlessly into the background, thereby questioning the boundary between subject and environment. Individuality is an important issue in a country still scrambling to rise up from the Cultural Revolution. China is now in a paradox of adopting capitalist values and economic dreams which exist within an anachronistic communist framework. Within this context of a desperate leap towards a “modern” future, Bolin suggests the disintegration of the individual. He has commented, “Indulged in the development he has achieved, man is in fact digging his own grave with his greed. To bury oneself in human society is by no means a simple way out that can permit one to be worldly wise and play safe. The concept of man meets denial. Instead of playing an active role in a dominant position, man, in the form of concept, characterizes his existence with gradual and s... [ Read all ]

Previous Exhibitions

Indian Contemporary Art! (8th of March 2009 - 12th of April 2009)
Contemporary Indian art takes influence from all over the world. With many Indian artists immigrating to the west (such as Anish Kapoor, Francis Newton Souza, ...) , art for some artists has been a form of expression merging their past with their current in western culture.

The exhibition includes works by Chintan Upadhyay, Himmat Shah, Babu Eshwar Prasad, Subodh Gupta, Pushpamala N., Ryas Komu, TV Santhosh, Vidura Jang Bahadur, Jittish Kallat & Hema Upadhyay.

Press Releases

Un balisage contemporain et actuel
(La Libre) by Claude Lorent
A l'occasion de la nouvelle année, les galeries knokkoises se mobilisent. Diversité du pop au minimalisme avec la photo érotique.

A Bruxelles, la plupart des galeries d'art marquent une pose jusqu'au 10 janvier mais Knokke a pris le relais par un vernissage commun samedi 29 décembre dernier durant l'après-midi. On le sait, la ville balnéaire partage avec la capitale et Anvers le privilège de rassembler un nombre important de galeries d'art contemporain et parmi les meilleures. Ce sont les ensembles qui se taillent la part belle dans une alternance d'oeuvres récentes et d'autres appartenant déjà à l'histoire contemporaine.


Louis Lannoo
Rose Jiang

Opening Times

1PM - 6PM

During holidays:
Thurs./Fri./Sat./Sun./Mon. from 1PM - 6PM

By appointment:
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