Behind these three letters: Christel Loi, Gilles Mougenot and Arthur Schildge.
Created in 2015, LMS Gallery chose to be situated in Avenue Louise in Brussels. This location is ideal. It is in a European capital which is at the crossroads of artistic momentum and an electric contemporary scene.
With six exhibitions per year, LMS chooses contemporary artists : international figures or emerging artists presented in Solo Show form, collective exhibitions or through the elaboration of different artistic projects.
Drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, video installation.
Ola-Dele Kuku’s work is a construction and a questioning of the non tangible structures of the Universe.
With EARTH IS ART, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, reveals the art of the Earth to us through aerial photography. Miguel Chevalier transforms space into light. He is recognised internationally as one of the pioneers in visual and digital art.
As a painter, he uses his body as a vector of transmission and his art becomes performance. Clément Denis’ first solo show in April 2017.
Joanie Lemercier at the crossroads of drawing and the digital object, he renders visible the invisible.
EARTH IS ART, NO MAN’S LAND, SPACE PROJECT, POWER PIXELS, LIGHTSCAPES, all key words which define the story line of the programming.
LMS is also at the Venice Biennale, at Hangar H18 for the Photo18 Festival in Brussels and plans participating in international contemporary art fairs.
GROUP SHOW – CONTINENTS / November 16th – December 22nd 2017
GROUP SHOW — DESTINY / June 23rd – Sept 9th 2017
NO MAN’S LAND, Clément Denis / April 22 nd – June 17 th 2017
EARTH IS ART, Yann Arthus-Bertrand / February 3rd – April 15th 2017
LIGHTSCAPES, Joanie Lemercier / November 18th 2016 – January 19th 2017
THE 80S – 50 Photographs / October 12th – November 10th 2016
SPACE PROJECT, Vincent Fournier / June 23rd – September 13th 2016
POWER PIXELS, Miguel Chevalier / April 21th – June 16th 2016
SOLO SHOW, Ola-Dele Kuku / March 25th – April 12th 2016