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FEBRUARY 6 – MARCH 6, 2021

Nino Mier Gallery is pleased to announce the first exhibition in its new location in Brussels, Belgium. The Inaugural Exhibition will be a group exhibition featuring a selection of gallery artists. 

The new outpost is located at 25 Rue Ernest Allard, in the heart of the capital and its historic gallery district, Sablon. Occupying approximately 450 square meters across four stories, the historic red brick townhouse also features a 150 square meter sculpture garden. 

After launching a project space and residency program in Cologne, Germany in 2017, the move to Brussels marks the sixth location for the gallery in five years, having opened four spaces in Los Angeles since 2015. 

The Inaugural Exhibition will open publicly on Saturday February 6, 2021 and will run until March 6, 2021. The exhibition gathers over thirty artists, and for many, this will be their first time exhibiting in Brussels. The Inaugural Exhibition presents a selection of painting, sculpture, ceramics and photography. The artists included are as follows: 

Michael Bauer, Peter Bonde, Raynes Birkbeck, Louise Bonnet, Polly Borland, Andreas Breunig, André Butzer, Ginny Casey, Ethan Cook, Andrew Dadson,
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, Anna Fasshauer, Kareem-Anthony Ferreira, Bendix Harms, Andrea Joyce Heimer, Jake Longstreth, LETO, Dashiell Manley, Nikki Maloof, Georg Karl Pfahler, Madeleine Pfull, Cindy Phenix, Jon Pylypchuk, Blair Saxon-Hill, Jan-Ole Schiemann, Jana Schröder, Mindy Shapero, Jansson Stegner, Stephanie Temma Hier and Thomas Wachholz.

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