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Antoine Mortier. Ink Made Real

Exhibition Info
Exhibition Period22 November 2019 – 23 February 2020
Exhibition Venue3st Floor Exhibition Hall, Tsinghua University Art Museum
Chief PlannerSu Dan Gil Knops
CuratorCamille Brasseur (Belgium) Li Yi (China)
CoordinatiorFrancoise Mortier
Project Coordinator Wang Chenya Wang Ying Hu Xiaoxi Wang Chenxue
Curatorial Assistant Julie Van Deun
Visual SupervisionWang Peng
Exhibition TeamLiu Huijian Hu Xiaoxi Luo Jia
Visual DesignLuo Jia
International AffairWang Ying
Administrative Affair Ma Yanyan
Video SubtitlesZhao Chunle
OrganizersTsinghua University Art Museum
Antoine Mortier ASBL
Antoine Mortier Fund
SupportThe Belgian Embassy in Beijing
King Baudouin Foundation
Belgian-Chinese Economic and Commercial Council
AcknowledgementHE Ambassador of Belgium, Mr. Marc Vinck
Head of Wallonia Brussels International Office in China, Mrs Justine Colognesi
Head of Desk Asia Pacific Wallonia Brussels International, Mr. Aboubacar Charkaoui
Region Bruxelles Capitale, Mr. Daniel Verheyden President of the Chambers of Economy and Commerce of Belgium, Mr Bernard Dewit
Public Relation & Project Manager of the International Artistic Center ADGY, Mr. Etienne Dekimpe
Eu-Asia Centre, Mrs. Yan Rui
Volunteer team of Antoine Mortier ASBL           Michèle Pepin Laura Wester Gaelle Pentier Jacky Maezele
The photographers, for their gracious photographic credit                   Jean-Dominique Burton Gilbert De Keyser Robert Hauser Oscar Schellekens Luc Schrobilgen
Exhibition Profile

Over fifty Chinese ink artworks from the Belgian artist Antoine Mortier (1908, Saint-Gilles-lez-Bruxelles–1999, Auderghem, Brussels) have been selected to represent the artist at the Tsinghua University Art Museum from November 19th, 2019, to February 23rd, 2020. During three months, the exhibition, titled Antoine Mortier. Ink Made Real, will be resonating with the ancient Chinese artistic memory and, more specifically, with the traditional and modern usages of ink in China. Mainly large formats have been selected for this exhibition. These reveal the precision of the painting gestures, rooted in a practice resembling Chinese calligraphy. Somewhere in between figurative and abstract, the artworks by Antoine Mortier link the intimate with the monumental, and interiority with the necessity to represent universal themes.

Works on show

  • The Passenger
    Antoine Mortier 1952

  • Blue Variation
    Antoine Mortier 1957

  • Flayed
    Antoine Mortier 1963

  • Grey Elevation
    Antoine Mortier 1963

  • UNTITLED
    Antoine Mortier 1965

  • UNTITLED
    Antoine Mortier 1966

  • Antoine Mortier
    Antoine Mortier 1967

  • UNTITLED
    Antoine Mortier 1970

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