• “Wide White Space”

    BOZAR - Centre for Fine Arts

    In 1966 Anny De Decker and Bernd Lohaus launched their contemporary art gallery Wide White Space in Antwerp. This was an evocative though paradoxical name, given the dimensions of this first space. After going through two changes of address in its home city, in 1968 and 1973, and opening a second space in Brussels in ’73, the gallery remained active until 1977, although it slowed down considerably toward the end of this period, with only one exhibition a year in the two years before it closed. Among the artists shown were Marcel Broodthaers, Gerhard Richter, Joseph Beuys, Carl Andre, Daniel

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