Tim Van Laere Gallery

Ben Sledsens, Un Nuovo Viaggio, 2023, installation view. Courtesy Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp-Rome

Established in 1997 in Antwerp, Tim Van Laere Gallery has made a name for itself by staging groundbreaking exhibitions that explore a wide range of media and genres. Its avant-garde program has helped launch the careers of some of the most remarkable and influential artists of our time. 

Ben Sledsens, Un Nuovo Viaggio, 2023, installation view. Courtesy Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp-Rome

In its new premises in Antwerp – a 1,000-square-metre building designed in 2019 by architects David Van Severen and Kersten Geers of OFFICE – the Tim Van Laere Gallery exhibits large-scale works and monumental installations, making the exhibition space an essential urban and cultural reference point for the city. 

In 2023, the rich and multi-layered history of Rome attracted the gallery to Italy. Tim Van Laere now has a second venue in the 17th-century Palazzo Donarelli Ricci on the historic Via Giulia in central Rome. The architect-owner of the palazzo was Giacomo della Porta.

Ben Sledsens, Un Nuovo Viaggio, 2023, installation view. Courtesy Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp-Rome

Exhibitions

City Exhibition Date
Roma A.R.T. IS TOTAL “FAMILY BUSINESS”!, AGRIPPINA=ARTMOTHERZ, NERO=ARTSOLDIER (CÄSAREN-ROULETTE, NO PROBLEM, YEAH), Jonathan Meese Until 27.04.2024
Roma I am done singing about the past, Rinus Van de Velde From 04.05.2024

Artists

  • Bram Demunter
  • Marcel Dzama
  • Armen Eloyan
  • Gelitin
  • Adrian Ghenie
  • Kati Heck
  • Anton Henning
  • Leiko Ikemura
  • Friedrich Kunath
  • Edward Lipski
  • Jonathan Meese
  • Ryan Mosley
  • Muller Van Severen
  • Jockum Nordström
  • Tal R
  • Peter Rogiers
  • Ben Sledsens
  • Ed Templeton
  • Dennis Tyfus
  • Inès van den Kieboom
  • Rinus Van de Velde
  • Franz West