Ivan Argote
Elena Bajo
Stephan Balleux
Zachary Formwalt
Jens Haaning
Kristof Kintera
Federico Martinez Montoya
Hannu Prinz
Nicoline van Harskamp
Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor

Works by other artists



!! NEWS !!

Kunsthal Rotterdam, Netherlands
Your Light is My Life

Boghossian Foundation
Villa Empain, Brussels

Le Paradis et l'Enfer. Des tapis volants aux drônes

Stedelijk Museum, Lier, Belgium
High Horizons: Bruegel Land, early 21th Century
26/04/2014 - 19/03/2015
# Hannu PRINZ
Boghossian Foundation
Villa Empain, Brussels

Music Palace - Group Exhibition
25/09/2014 - 08/02/2015

# Mona VATAMANU & Florin TUDOR
Witte de With, Rotterdam
Oil For Aladdin’s Lamp
Film Program and Presentation
Thursday 19 February 2014
6 – 8:30 pm
Frac Lorraine, Metz
La Voix du Traducteur

Current Exhibition


Reddish Blue

13/12/2014 - 07/02/2015

Opening Saturday 13/12/2014 - 2.00 pm - 8.00 pm

Ivan Argote, The Hidden Persuador, 212 x 194 x 50 cm, 2014

D+T Project Gallery is pleased to present a new solo show by Ivan Argote. 

Sometimes described as behavioural activist, Argote investigates the field of social interactions. His works aim to single out aggressiveness, isolation, alienation and distrust that illustrate our contemporary society and overall fragility of its codes. At the same time, his humoristic approach tends to blur the limits between reality and fiction. By means of cross media practice that includes painting, sculpture, photography, film and performance brings him to question the status of an artwork at large.

Reddish Blue – his second personal show at the gallery, features a project that deals with the notions of history, transformation, hierarchy and power. Reddish Blue is inspired by an old photograph of Argote’s father who used to teach young children how to become good activists. That specific Kodachrome print changed colour over the years. For mysterious reasons, linked with possible political issues, Kodak changed their policy in their printing processes. Thus the theme of the show aims to explore that particular story. The visitors will discover large sculptures, small objects, projections, etc. absorbed by a purple veil. The exhibition presents a new chapter in the artist’s work that relates to the story of protests, museums, love, etc. 

Ivan ARGOTE (1983, Bogota) lives and works in Paris.

He studied at the National University of Colombia (Bogota) and Beaux-Arts in Paris. Over the recent years, his work has gained international recognition including through his solo show at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2012). He has also shown at the Centre Pompidou, Paris (2014), Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam (2014), MUSAC, Leon (2014), Casa Encendida, Madrid (2014), the Sao Paolo Biennale (2012, among others.