In an unexpected pressrelease, Frank Demaegd and Eliane Breynaert announce the closure of Zeno X Gallery, a renowned Belgian gallery, at the end of 2023. Zeno X Gallery has been home to celebrated artists such as Luc Tuymans, Michael Borremans, Dirk Braeckman, and many others.
Dear friends and art enthusiasts,
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the closure of Zeno X Gallery after 42 years. We, Frank Demaegd and Eliane Breynaert, feel compelled to inform you that by the end of this year, the gallery will be closing its doors. Over the past years, various health issues have led to an overwhelming level of stress and pressure, leaving us with no choice but to make this difficult decision.
Zeno X Gallery has experienced remarkable years, and we look back with immense pride and gratitude at all the magnificent exhibitions held at remarkable locations and the countless encounters with inspiring individuals from all around the world. We would like to express our heartfelt thanks, first and foremost, to all the artists who have collaborated with the gallery. Their dedication, creativity, generosity, and loyalty have played a significant role in the success of Zeno X Gallery. We also extend our gratitude to our hardworking and loyal staff, as a gallery is ultimately carried by its team. Additionally, we wish to sincerely thank all our friends, collectors, colleagues, the press, museums, and art institutions for their unwavering support, immense trust, and friendship throughout these years.
In the coming months, we will focus on ensuring the successful completion of the gallery's ongoing program until the end of December 2023 and facilitating a smooth transition for everyone involved.
Frank Demaegd and Eliane Breynaert
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