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Axel Vervoordt

The Axel Vervoordt Company, a nonpareil family-run Belgian firm active in the international world of art, design, and antiques, started in the late 1960s when Axel Vervoordt restored sixteen Renaissance houses in Antwerp known as the Vlaeykensgang with a specific aim of conserving their character and soul. Since then, Axel Vervoordt has built up a strong reputation as an antique dealer and art connoisseur. His family-run business has grown into an international company dealing in art, antiques and interior design.

The company has always led an uncompromising search for quality and beauty. The industrial site Kanaal proposes a unique and very diverse collection of objects including archaeological pieces, oriental sculptures, 18th-century furniture, 20th-century design, and contemporary art. All objects, regardless of their origin or value, share a timeless, universal beauty and an intrinsic purity.

In January 2011, the Axel Vervoordt Gallery opened in the Vlaeykensgang, in the heart of Antwerp. The works of ZERO, Dansaekhwa and Gutai artists form the core of the gallery activities, with a further addition of established and young artists whose spirit converges with the gallery’s interest in the concepts of the void, space and time. The gallery expanded internationally in May 2014, opening a new exhibition space in the heart of Hong Kong. The original gallery moved to a new space at Kanaal in March 2017.

Exhibitions

Past
Jaromír Novotný
Just a Narrow Range of Possible Things
Hong Kong Gallery
Sep 5–Nov 7, 2020
Past
Writing Beyond
Group exhibition
Henro, Kanaal
May 16–Nov 7, 2020
Past
Yun Hyong-keun
Patio Gallery, Kanaal
Oct 24–Jan 9, 2021
Past
Kimsooja
Planted Names
Terrace Gallery, Kanaal
Oct 24–Jan 9, 2021
On view
Per Kirkeby
Nordhorn
Escher Gallery, Kanaal
Sep 14–1, 2021