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Baronian Brussels is closing for the summer

We re-open on the 8th of September for 2 solo shows of Xavier Mary and Toufan Hosseiny.

The gallery in Knokke is open all summer

In July: Thursday–Sunday from 11am to 6.30pm.
Group exhibition "Private Sales at Baronian".

In August: Wednesday–Sunday from 11am to 6.30pm.
Solo show of Frank Stella

Private Sales

Roland de Lathuy

Director — Private sales

+32 (0)2 512 92 95

roland@baronian.eu

Works available by

Arman
Farah Atassi
Louise Bourgeois
Max Ernst
Imi Knoebel
Roberto Matta
Antoni Tàpies
Gert & Uwe Tobias
Andy Warhol

After 30 years at Christie’s Belgium – of which 20 years as Managing Director – Roland de Lathuy (°1962) is joining the Brussels gallery Baronian in October 2021 to create a new departement of private sales.

 

De Lathuy, who has quit his directorship at Christie’s Belgium at the end of 2020, will accompany collectors of the gallery and others personally in their search for the ideal private sale or acquisition. Over the years, de Lathuy has built strong relationships with key collectors and is known for his knowledge of and passion for the Belgian art community.

 

Roland de Lathuy:
“Baronian is truly the right choice for me. After all those years at Christie’s, I wanted to be part of a small but ambitious team and work on long-term relationships. The scale, the people, the knowledge and the expertise at Baronian are just right. For me, it’s the most iconic gallery in Brussels, with a history of almost 50 years. Albert is a legend in the Belgian art scene.”

 

Albert Baronian: “I am very excited Roland is joining the gallery. His passion for the Belgian art scene and the collectors is massive. With the arrival of Roland and his expertise, we are in a position to spark a new way of thinking about what a gallery should deliver, both locally and internationally. We will be able to provide an extra service to our long-time clients and collectors and attract new ones. We’re also looking forward to connections between private sales and the gallery’s regular exhibition programme.”