Three photographs, printed on wood and found in the family archive, are positioned in the space as tactile objects. In every picture, a posing woman,…Read more
In 2020 Oliver Leu published the book “Leopold’s Legacy”, a result of years of research on colonial monuments in Belgium and the question of their…Read more
i’ve started looking for signs
no feverish searching for explanations
if i need a sign, i will find it
you could also…
Axel De Marteau’s (b.1994, Antwerp) photographic practice focuses on the co-existence of humans and nature, and concepts of territory. His depictions of the natural world,…Read more
The project ‘What should we have talked?’ started from the Covid-19 pandemic…Read more
It’s the strangest thing of all,
Stranger than all poets’ dreams
And all philosophers’ thoughts,
That things are really what they…
For years artists Meryem Bayram and Hans Demeulenaere have been working with the posibilities of space. ‘W hole’ is their first collaboration. Starting point was their shared…Read more
Manifesting as an ongoing project, Phantoms of Form takes as it’s central point the idea of the “other” woman. The protagonist is a female figure,…Read more
malenki.NET comes to Antwerp. What are the themes and topics of (inter-)national makers, photographers and artists? What are they working on? How is an…Read more
“Met dank aan Agfa Gevaert voor de fotografische bijdrage.”1
For her solo exhibition 18 x 24 cm at Tique | art space, the…Read more
In The End, Books & Multiplied present: …/CC01, the first edition of CC (Carbon Copy). Through an open call artists who use writing in their…Read more
The exhibition ‘Intimate Structures #2’ includes works by Romy Alizée, Elena Aya Bundurakis, Valentina Stellino and Dinaya Waeyaert.
How do you gain an understanding of…Read more
For the exhibition Grass, rocks, wires, curator Andrea Copetti invites Thomas Boivin, Massao Mascaro and Stefan Vanthuyne to engage in a confrontation, or rather a…Read more
11:00 am describes and shows the weekly appointments between Alfons and photographer Titus Simoens. Alfons is an 81-year-old man who lives in Ghent,…Read more
Visual artist Babs Decruyenaere creates a personal universe with whatever natural elements she finds outdoors. Pebbles, leaves, sea shells, … she collects the natural gems…Read more
There is a veil of other images that settles on her image and blurs it, a weight of memories that keep me from seeing her…Read more
Brussels-based photographer Vincen Beeckman takes a close interest in people on the margins of society, the underdogs and the outcasts. In the northern-Portuguese city of…Read more
Crush Barrier, a video made during a summer sojourn in a large empty hotel in high alpine territory, is part of an ongoing investigation by…Read more
/// is a group exhibition with Karolien Chromiak, Isabel Fredeus, Nadia Guerroui, Felicitas Rohden and Benjamin Verhoeven.
The exhibition opens on Thursday 26 April…
“The Jungle” is a large residential area of 500,000m2 in the outskirts of Calais, France. Surrounded by a 5 meters-high metallic fence and equipped with…Read more
Sights of Light is a duo exhibition by Belgian photographers Liesbet Grupping and Nick Geboers.
To capture the world of light; this seems indeed an…Read more
Tique launches a new platform that collects visual stories of photographers working with the theme of intimacy: Intimate Structures.
We celebrate this launch with an…Read more
Tique | art space would like to invite you to the opening of the solo exhibition ‘Je suis mon ami’ by Timo van Grinsven, on…Read more
Tique | art space opens the new season with a duo exhibition by Marius Lut (NL) and Benny Van den Meulengracht-Vrancx (BE).Marius Lut… Read more
Kris Burm is an internationally renowned author of abstract board games, whose GIPF project, among others, is acknowledged as a milestone in complex game design.…Read more
Tique | art space is proud to present a solo exhibition by Katrien De Blauwer: Fugue.
You recognize an image by Katrien De Blauwer.…Read more
Tique | art space presents a duo exhibition by French artist Romain Brunet and Belgian artist Stef Van Looveren.
French artist Romain Brunet scrutinizes our…Read more
Center and Periphery, a solo exhibition by Sam Eggermont.
‘Where do we stand?’ is an important question for Eggermont, but the question ‘how did we end up…Read more
temp. as in temptation, temperature, tempo, template, temporality
What does an image inherently disclose about its own path of coming into being upon a first…Read more
Mr. Make-Do, platform for immaterial matters and exhibition space Tique | art space present ’10 Interventions’.
During six weeks, artists from multiple disciplines will experiment with…Read more
The project Orchestrating the Borrowed by Hou Chien Cheng takes off from the artist’s original novel –Green, which is a doing-it-and-writing-it type of autobiography where the…Read more
In Encyclopedia: Incomplete from A to Z, Charlotte Lybeer (b. Roeselare, BE, 1981) confronts her own work with photography from the Dutch National Archive’s Spaarnestad collection.
With the project ‘Unreal Estate’, Ksenia Galiaeva explores the ways in which memory can be influenced and guided and which part it plays in perception.…Read more
Tique | art space presents the exhibition Preposition, with two artists whose work moves between the photographic and the sculptural, each from the perspective of…Read more
The exhibition, Is it a Painting? (Or is it a Sculpture? Or a Photo?), opening on 15 October at Tique | Art Space, looks at…Read more
Tique | art space presents work by Antwerp based artist Karolien Chromiak and Dutch artist Johan Nieuwenhuize in a duo exhibition.Karolien Chromiak
Originating from…Read more
Tique | art space presents two artists who use their direct surroundings as source for their artworks: Johan Gustavsson and Thomas Vandenberghe.
While Johan Gustavsson…Read more
Tique | art space is proud to present the first solo exhibition of Katrien De Blauwer: Jouez avec elle.
Emotions have always been the…
For many artists, the making of books and publications has been an important way to show and spread their work outside museums and galleries. Recent…Read more