The Munchies art club visited the prominent Nino Mier gallery in Brussels.
The Nino Mier Gallery was founded in Los Angeles in 2015 and represents an exquisite roster of American and European emerging and prominent artists.
In 2018, the gallery opened the Salon Nino in Cologne, Germany, offering their artists a residency space in Europe.
In 2021, the gallery opened further permanent spaces in Brussels, Belgium and Marfa, Texas.
On view, when we visited the Nino Mier Gallery, was the exhibition Aftersun, with paintings by the UK-based artist Jonathan Wateridge.
The exhibition is on view in Brussels till the 4th of June, 2022.
I highly recommend it.
The Nino Mier Gallery is in the charming district of Brussels called Sablon.
We travelled to Brussels with our wonderful son Noel, who has been our patient companion to all the art shows we have visited ever since he was only weeks old.
Art is not a subject, but a way of life in our small family.
It is not something he considers, as its omnipresent in our everyday life.
Jonathan Wateridge (b. Lusaka, Zambia, 1972; lives and works in Norfolk, UK) will have multiple recently acquired works exhibited as a solo presentation at the Aïshti Foundation in 2022.
The artist has most recently exhibited with the Hayward Gallery, London; T.J. Boulting, London; Galerie Haas, Zurich; Pace Gallery and HENI, London.
Wateridge's work is in the collections of institutions worldwide, including Aïshti Foundation, Lebanon; Pinault Foundation, Venice; the Saatchi Collection, London; the Rennie Collection, Vancouver; and Simmons & Simmons, London. Text on the artist courtesy Nino Mier Gallery press release.