Philippe Vandenberg

Born in Ghent, Belgium, 1952

Died in Brussels, Belgium, 2009

Solo Exhibitions

2017
Hauser & Wirth, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, New York NY
Gallery Sofie Van de Velde, ‘Live or Die. Philippe Vandenberg and Bruce Nauman’, Antwerp, Belgium
Wolfsberg, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Red Hours’, Ermatingen, Switzerland

2016
Drawing Room, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Crossing the Circle’, London, England
Gallery Baton, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Abstract Works’, Seoul, Korea

2014
Hauser & Wirth, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Zurich, Switzerland
La Maison Rouge – Fondation Antoine de Galbert, ‘Philippe Vandenberg & Berlinde De Bruyckere. Il me faut tout oublier’, Paris, France

2013
Hauser & Wirth, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, London, England

2012
De Pont Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Philippe Vandenberg & Berlinde De Bruyckere. Innocence is precisely: never to avoid the worst’, Tilburg, Netherlands (Travelling Exhibition)
Pocketroom, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Mario de Brabandere’, Antwerpen, Belgium

2009
Museum of Fine Arts, ‘Hommage aan Philippe Vandenberg’, Ghent, Belgium
Museum of Modern Art, ‘Homage to Philippe Vandenberg’, Ostend, Belgium
Envoy Gallery, ‘The cursed image’, New York NY

2008
PocketRoom, ‘Recent Works’, Antwerp, Belgium
The Gallery, ‘Black Milk of Dawn, Philippe Vandenberg and Bart Baele’, The Hague, Netherlands
Museum of Fine Arts, ‘Artist in Residence – Philippe Vandenberg. Visite’, Ghent, Belgium
Croxhapox, ‘Black a garden for St. John’s Millbrook’, Ghent, Belgium
Galerie Zwart Huis, Knokke and Galerie Gabriel Van De Weghe, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Paintings. Works on paper’, Wortegem, Belgium
Galerie De Ziener, ‘Philippe Vandenberg invites Marc Maet’, Asse, Belgium
Angel Orensanz Foundation, ‘Le Point Zero’, New York NY
Galerie Salon d’Art, ‘Cher Jean’, Brussels, Belgium

2007
Galerie Gabriel Van de Weghe, ‘Johan Tahon en Philippe Vandenberg’, Wortegem, Belgium
Benoot Gallery, ‘The Early Years’, Ostend, Belgium
Passa Porta, ‘What counts is Kamikaze’, Brussels, Belgium

2006
Musée Rimbaud ‘Philippe Vandenberg. L’important c’est le Kamikaze. Oeuvre 2000-2006’, Charleville-Mézières, France

2004
Galerie Gabriel Van de Weghe, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Wortegem, Belgium

2003
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Daily Drawings of Good & Vile. 1997-2003’, Ghent, Belgium
Dr. Guislain Museum, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Pelgrim’s throat’, Ghent, Belgium
Caermersklooster, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Exil de peintre’, Ghent, Belgium

2001
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Ghent, Belgium
Galerie Baronian, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. IN MEMORIAM, ETC’, Brussels, Belgium
Galerie Athanor, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Peintures et Dessins’ (Philippe Vandenberg. Paintings and Drawings), Galerie Athanor, Marseille, France

1999
Croxhapox, ‘The Messenger. Philippe Vandenberg, Sylvain Cosijns’, Ghent, Belgium
Municipal Museum of Contempary Art, ‘Don’t interrupt me, mum’, Antwerp , Belgium
Municipal Museum of Contempary Art, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Works 1995-1999’, Antwerp, Belgium

1998
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Shame and the Journeys. Philippe Vandenberg’, Ghent, Belgium
Museum of Fine Arts, ‘Misery of the day’, Ghent, Belgium

1997
Galerie Athanor, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Marseille, France
Galerie Baronian, ‘Phillipe Vandenberg. Recent Works. The mind is a traveller, the soul is a wanderer’, Brussels, Belgium

1996
Heilig-Grafinstituut, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Against the death of the light’, Turnhout, Belgium

1995
De Brakke Grond, ‘In the secrecy of the icon. Philippe Vandenberg – Ton Slits’, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Dhondt-Dhaenens Museum, ‘Philippe Vandenberg – Markus Oehlen ‘, Deurle, Belgium
Museum of Contempary Art, ‘Diptychon I – Philippe Vandenberg (Job XIII, 12) – Olav Chistopher Jenssen’, Ghent, Belgium
Galerie C. De Vos, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. De stand der dingen (1993-1995)’ (Philippe Vandenberg. The State of affairs), Aalst, Belgium

1994
Galerie Baronian, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Works 1989-1994. The ash enunciations’, Brussels, Belgium

1993
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Portraits’, Ghent, Belgium
Campo Santo, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. The Crucifixion. Paintings 1982-1993’, Sint Amandsberg, Belgium

1992
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Ghent, Belgium

1991
Galerie Pascal Polar, ‘Interventions. Michel Thuns, Emile Van Clarck, Philippe Vandenberg’, Brussels, Belgium
Galerie Baronian, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Brussels, Belgium

1990
Forum Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Recent Works’, Ostend, Belgium
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Gouaches, drawings and collages’, Ghent, Belgium

1989
Galerie Baronian, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Recent paintings’, Brussels, Belgium
Forum Contemporary Art, ‘Paintings and drawings from 1983 to 1989’, Ostend, Belgium

1988
Denise Cade Gallery – Art Propect Inc, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Recent paintings’, New York NY
Galerie XXI, ‘Sayings. Lithographs by Philippe Vandenberg – Poems by Hugo Claus’, Antwerp, Belgium
Veranneman Foundation, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Kruishoutem, Belgium
Galerie Cintrik, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Antwerp, Belgium

1987
De Lege Ruimte, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Drawings’, Bruges, Belgium
Galerie Baronian, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Recent paintings’, Brussels, Belgium
Galerie Cintrik, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’ Antwerp, Belgium
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Ghent, Belgium
Galerie Brinkman, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Paintings and drawings’, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Bellamy 19, ‘Accent tekeningen’ (Drawings), Vlissingen, Netherlands

1986
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Sayings. Lithographs by Philippe Vandenberg – Poems by Hugo
Claus’, Ghent, Belgium
Galerie Cintrik, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Antwerp, Belgium
Denise Cade Gallery – Art Propect Inc, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Recent paintings’, New York NY
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Willem Cole – Philippe Vandenberg’, Ghent, Belgium

1985
Galerie Ado, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Bonheiden, Belgium
Galerie Brinkman, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Paintings and Drawings), Amsterdam, Netherlands
Richard Foncke Gallery, Musée Saint-Georges, ‘Made in Belgium’, Liège, Belgium
Galerie L’A, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Liège, Belgium

1984
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Presentation “Vision 2”’, Ghent, Belgium Galerij Cintrik, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Antwerp, Belgium

1983
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Vandenberg, recent paintings’, Ghent, Belgium
William Wauters Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Oosteeklo, Belgium

1982
Galerij Cintrik, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Antwerp, Belgium
Galerie De Witte Lente, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Ghent, Belgium
Galerie Elisabeth Franck, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Knokke, Belgium
Galerie William Wauters, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Oosteeklo, Belgium

1980
YD Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Ghent, Belgium
Artemis Art Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Ghent, Belgium

1979
Galerie Jan De Maere, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Brussels, Belgium

1976
YD Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg’, Ghent, Belgium

Group Exhibitions

2017
The Royal Galleries, ‘The Wild West’, Ostend, Belgium
de Warande, ‘The Wild West’, Turnhout, Belgium
Hamburger Kunsthalle, ‘Art & Alphabet (tbc)’, Hamburg, Germany

2016
Menin Road/Ypernstrasse, ‘Menin Road/Ypernstrasse. Landscape, Psyche & Form’, Ypres, Belgium
CENTRALE for contemporary art, contemporary art centre of the City of Brussels, ‘Connected’, Brussels, Belgium

2015
Museum Dr. Guislain, ‘Shame’, Ghent, Belgium
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, ‘The Importance of Being…’, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Travelling Exhibition)
Kasteeldomein De Lovie, ‘The Smell of War’, Poperinge, Belgium
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, ‘The Importance of Being…’, Havana, Cuba (Travelling Exhibition)
Deitchtorhallen, ‘Sammlung Falckenberg’, Hamburg, Germany
Roger Raveelmuseum, ‘Main d’oeuvre’, Machelen-aan-de-Leie, Belgium

2014
La Maison Rouge, ‘Le mur – la collection Antoine de Galbert’, Paris, France
Mu.ZEE, ‘The Sea – Salut d’honneur Jan Hoet’, Oostend, Belgium
Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, ‘Biennale of painting’, Deurle, Belgium
Klemm’s, ‘Just came to say HELLO’, Berlin, Germany
Institut de Carton vzw, ‘Forcefield – A Drawing Show’, Brussels, Belgium

2013
M – Museum, ‘The Beauty of Suffering’, Leuven, Belgium
Cultuurcentrum de Werft, ‘Middle Gate Geel 13’, Geel, Belgium
Roger Raveel Museum, ‘De Namlooze Vorm’, Deinze, Belgium
Centrale for Contemporary Art, ‘ Baza(a)r Belg(i)e’, Brussels, Belgium
CIAP, ‘Factura 2013’, Hasselt, Belgium
Het Museum van Deinze en de Leiestreek, ‘In de Verf’, Deinze, Belgium
Cultuurcentrum Strombeek Grimbergen, ‘About-Wavers-2’, Strombeek-Bever, Belgium

2012
Belfius Bank, ‘Brisue. Artistieke verwandschappen’, Brussels, Belgium
Sint-Baafskathedraal, ‘Sint Jan’, Ghent, Belgium
Museum für Zeitgenössische Kunst, ‘Der unbewachte Augenblick’, Eupen, Belgium (Travelling Exhibition)
Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons, The New School for Design, ‘Where do we migrate to’, New York NY
Contemporary Art Center, ‘Where do we migrate to?’, New Orleans LA (Travelling Exhibition)

2011
Roger Raveel Museum, ‘Het obewaakte moment. De gecontroleerde ongecontroleerdheid bij het tekenen’, Machelen-Zulte, Belgium (Travelling Exhibition)
CC de Werft, ‘A paper trail’, Geel, Belgium
Various locations, ‘Van stof tot asse’, Asse, Belgium
Pocketroom, ‘Nietvermoedend in het park’, Antwerpen, Belgium
Centre de la Gravure et de l’Image imprimée, ‘Chemin Faisant’, La Louvrière, Belgium
Voorkamer, ‘In¬ – and outside – writing’, Lier, Belgium
Galerij Entrepot Fictief, ‘I am hurt’, Gent, Belgium
European Council, ‘Cabinet of curiosities from Belgium from Europe’, Brussels, Belgium (Travelling Exhibitions)
Center for art design and visual culture, ‘ Where do we migrate to?’, Baltimore MD (Travelling Exhibition)
De Mijlpaal, ‘Kunstenaarsateliers’, Heusden-Zolder, Belgium
DIX291, ‘Un Dialogue’, Paris, France

2010
European Council, ‘Cabinet of Curiosities from Belgium for Europe’, Brussels, Belgium (Travelling Exhibitions)
Municipal Museum of Contempary Art, Ghent Museum of Fine arts, ‘Hareng Saur: Ensor and Contemporary Art’, Ghent, Belgium
De Garage, ‘The Good, the Bad & the Ugly’, Mechelen, Belgium
La Maison de la Culture de la Province de Namur, ‘Abstract Art in Belgium since 1945, from the Dexia Collection’, Namur, Belgium
Various locations, ‘Between Language and Image / Collected narratives #2’, Watou, Belgium
National Museum of Fine Art, ‘Cobra & Co’, Riga, Latvia (Travelling Exhibition)
Art Hall, ‘Cobra & Co’ Tallinn, Estonia (Travelling Exhibition)

2009
De Brakke Grond, ‘The Last Session’, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Galerie Van De Weghe, ‘Zomersalon’, Antwerp, Belgium
Verbeke Foundation, ‘Artificial Nature’,Kemzeke , Belgium
Boots Contemporary Space, ‘Bad Moon Rising’, St. Louis MO (Travelling Exhibition)

2008
Museum of Fine Arts, ‘Collection Thomas Neirynck’, Mons, Belgium (Travelling Exhibition)
ISCP New York City, ‘Picture Parlor’, New York NY
Silverman Gallery, ‘Bad Moon Rising’, San Fransisco CA

2007
Roger Raveel Museum, ‘Watercolours’, Machelen-Zulte, Belgium
RC De Ruimte, ‘Jesus drinks a cup of tea with the Buddha’, Ijmuiden, Netherlands
Cultural Centre De Werf, ‘Le Peintre maudit’ (The Doomed Painter), Geel, Belgium
Transfo Site, ‘Unknown Force. An inclusive drawings exhibition’, Zwevegem, Belgium

2006
Dr. Guislain Museum, ‘Waanzin is vrouwelijk’ (Lunacy is female), Ghent, Belgium
Dr. Guislain Museum, ‘Beyond Good and Evil’, Ghent, Belgium
Croxhapox, ‘Basics #2. crox 145’, Ghent, Belgium
Kop van Noord, ‘Versus III’, Oudenaarde, Belgium

2005
Dr. Guislain Museum, ‘Pain’, Ghent, Belgium 2004
Bellevue Museum, ‘Between Cobra and Abstraction. The Thomas Neyrinck Collection’, Brussels, Belgium (Travelling Exhibition)
Paviljoen, ‘Between Cobra and Abstraction. The Thomas Neyrinck Collection’, Borgendael, Belgium (Travelling Exhibition)
Speelhoven, ‘Speelhoven. Kern en Periferie’, Aarschot, Belgium
Dr. Guislain Museum, ‘Heart. History. Narrative’, Ghent, Belgium
Municipal Museum of Contempary Art’Dear ICC.Aspects of present-day art in Belgium 1970-1985’, Antwerp, Belgium

2003
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Semi-Detached. Walter Swennen – Philippe Vandenberg – Carel Visser / Philip Huyghe – Under Construction’, Ghent, Belgium
Various locations, ‘Like Life. Belgian and international art from the collection’, Ghent, Belgium
Vierkante Zaal, ‘Drawings of children with a name’, Sint-Niklaas, Belgium
Croxhapox, ‘Basics’, Ghent, Belgium
Rogeer Raveel Museum, ‘Raveel. Image and Poetry’, Machelen-Zulte, Belgium
Centre de la Gravure et de l’Image imprimee de la Communaute francaise de Belgique’, A secrtet garden. Monique Dorsel and Emile Lanc Collection’, La Louviere, Belgium

2002
Museum van Bommel van Dam, ‘Genio e Follia – on lunacy as a source of art’, Venlo, Netherlands
Caermersklooster, ‘Symbolic. 7 symbols in cultural heritage and conremporary art: a confrontation’, Caermersklooster, Ghent, Belgium
Sint-Jorispand, ‘Art on Campus Universiteit Antwerpen’, Antwerp, Belgium
De Beyerd, ‘A selection from the Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art’, Breda, Netherlands

2001
Broelmuseum,‘The mirror of desire. Contemporary Art from private collections in South-West Flanders’, Kortrijk, Belgium
Kunsthal Sint-Pietersabdij, ‘Re Touche. 250 years of painters from the Royal Academy – University College Gent’, Ghent, Belgium
Caermersklooster, ‘Shoes Or No Shoes’, Ghent, Belgium
Municipal Museum of Contempary Art, ‘Lieven Nollet – Atelier d’Artistes’, Antwerp, Belgium
Various locations, ‘Art Between Fibers’, Ghent, Belgium
Galerie Athanor, ‘Drawings Rooms. Works on paper: fusain, acryclic, watercolour, pastel, oil, gouache, ink, photography’, Marseille, France

2000
Museum of Fine Arts, ‘The pillow of melancholy’, Ghent, Belgium
Various locations, ’20 years Watou. Storm Centres. 80 poets and artists from 15 smaller countries and language regions in confrontation with each other and their surroundings’, Watou, Belgium
Parkabdij Heverlee, ‘Epiphany. Present-day Art and Religion’, Heverlee, Belgium
Het Pand, ‘State Of The Soul’, Ghent, Belgium
Croxhapox, ’10 years of Croxhapox’, Sint-Amandsberg, Belgium

1999
Municipal Museum of Contempary Art, ‘The Opening. The Collection’, Ghent, Belgium
Witte Zaal Sint-Lucas, ‘Gardening after the war. Part II 70s, 80s, 90s’, Ghent, Belgium
De Vierkante Zaal, ‘Dialogues with the perceptible’, Sint-Niklaas, Belgium

1998
Various locations, ‘Print as fiction. Installation Presentation Documentation’, Antwerp, Belgium
Bellamy 19, ‘The sorrow of young Bellamy. Death, tomb and above all kisses. Thousands of kisses! Boudewijn Buch 83’, Vlissingen, Netherlands
Bellamy 19, ‘Goodbye to Bellamy 19’, Vlissingen, Netherlands
Galerij De Ziener, ‘Greetings, Maurice’, Asse, Belgium
McDonald Wyckaert, ‘Opening’, London, England

1997
Galerie Albert Baronian, ‘Marines’, Brussels, Belgium
Galerie Athanor, ‘Galerie Athanor 1997. Anna Boghiguian, Dominique Gauthier, Ingrid Hochschorner, Shigeru Kuriyama, Philippe Vandenberg’, Marseille, France
Galerie Athanor, ’1972-1997 Galerie Athanor. Evolutive exhibition’, Marseille, France Croxhapox, ‘Painting. Today. Belgian.’, Ghent, Belgium

1996
De Beyerd, ‘Ver na Vermeer. Hedendaagse schilders in Nederland en Vlaanderen’ De Beyerd, Breda, Netherlands
Yan-Huang Art Museum, ’3 × 3 on paper. Three generations of Flemisch artists’, Bejing, China
Museum of Contempary Art, ‘Works of art acquired by the Flemish Community in 1994-1995), Antwerp, Belgium
Various locations, ’101 Open Doors. Art project in a habitated environment’, Ghent, Belgium
Various locations, ‘Paper / Image and Basis’, Aalst, Belgium

1995
Casino Knokke, ‘Room with views. Michael Bach, Michel Frère, Axel Hutte, Callum Innes, Jean-Francois Octave, Hermann Pitz, Nicolas Rule, Yvan Salomone, Andreas Schon,
Hideo Togawa, Koen Theys, Philippe Vandenberg’, Knokke, Belgium
Casino Luxembourg, ‘Swinging sixties / Sparkling nineties. La collection d’Art contemporain de la Banque Bruxelles Lambert présentée par le Crédit Européen Luxembourg’, Luxembourg
Marlborough, ‘Emiel Veranneman. Art Furniture and Paintings and Sculpture by his Friends’, New York NY
Bogaerdenkapel, Municipal Academy of Fine Arts, ‘Jan Cox, Paul Morez, The Van Bergen, Philippe Vandenberg’, Bruges, Belgium
Het Punt, ‘Rene Heyvaert, Dan Van Severen, Philippe Vandenberg’, Roeselare, Belgium
Free University of Brussels, ‘(Cross) roads at the VUB’, Brussels, Belgium
(de ladder van) Pontormo, ‘Baptism of fire for (de ladder van) Pontorna Gallery’, Ghent, Belgium
Cultureel Centrum Berchem, ‘Signature’, Berchem, Belgium

1994
Various locations, ‘Watou ’94. Artists around the poet Hugo Claus’, Watou, Belgium
Sint-Adomaruskerk, ‘Genesis of the image. Fred Bervoets, Jan Cox, Eugene Leroy, Roger Raveel, Pjeroo Roobjee, The Van Bergen, Philippe Vandenberg, Godfried Vervisch, Maurice Wyckaert’, Vinken-Beauvoorde, Belgium
Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Works of art acquired by the Flemish Community in 1992-1993’, Antwerp, Belgium
Veranneman Foundation, ’20 jaar Stichting Veranneman. 70 jaar Emiel Veranneman’, Kruishoutem, Belgium

1993
Elzenveld, ‘Confrontations. 11 contemporary artists from Belgium and Luxemburg’, Antwerp, Belgium
Museum van Bommel van Dam, ‘Modernism in Painting. Ten years of painting in Flanders’, Venlo, Netherlands
AZ-VUB, ‘In praise of the Hand’, Jette, Belgium

1992
De Warande, ‘Gordon-Matta Clark Foundation. A selection’, Turnhout, Belgium
Museum of Modern Art – Mu.Zee.Um, ‘Modernism in Painting. Ten years of painting in Flanders’, Ostend, Belgium
Museum van Deinze en de Leiestreek, ‘Works of art acquired by the Flemish Community. 1990-1991’, Deinze, Belgium
Galerie Cintrik, ‘Philippe Vandenberg. Marc Maet. Carlo Verbist. Fik Van Gestel. Jan Van Den Langenberg. Pieter Laurens Mol. Kris Fierens’, Antwerp, Belgium
Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Art in Flanders. Now. A selection from 10 years of acquisitions by the Flemish Community’, Antwerp, Belgium
Veranneman Foundation, ‘New acquisitions’, Kruishoutem, Belgium

1991
Museum A. Blomme & de Posterie, ’100 works by Flemish artists, Roeselare, Belgium
Various locations, ‘Gent rond ‘90’, Magnus Fine Arts, Ghent, Belgium
Casino Knokke, ‘Confrontations. Contemporary Art’, Knokke, Belgium
Galerie Pascal Polar, ‘Interventions. Painting. Photos. Installations’, Brussels, Belgium

1990
Denise Cade Gallery – Art Propect Inc, ‘Group show of Works on Paper. Paul Rotterdam, Gerard Titus-Carmel, Jean Dubuffet, Mark Tobey, Vieira da Silva, Guillermo Roux, Hans Reichel, Fred Deux, John Bennett, Wakako, Bertrand Dorny, Philippe Vandenberg, Christian Jaccard’, New York NY
Palais des Beaux Arts, ‘Portrait of a collection of contemporary art. Stéphane et Georges Uhoda collection’, Charleroi, Belgium
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘You’re right to laugh. Dirk Devos. Georg Herold. René Heyvaert. General Idea. Martin Honert. Kurt Ryslavy. Wolfgang Staehle. Philippe Vandenberg. Carel Visser. Willy Van Sompel’, Ghent, Belgium
Gallery De Gryse, ‘Celebration 1975-1990’, Tielt, Belgium

1989
Centre for Fine Arts, ‘The Collection of Credit Communal. Belgian Art – 19th-20th century’, Brussels, Belgium
De Warande, ‘Elements. Work by young Belgian artists’, Turnhout, Belgium
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Summer 1989’, Ghent, Belgium
Veranneman Foundation, ‘Dialogues 2’, Kruishoutem, Belgium
Centre for Fine Arts, ‘The Collection of Credit Communal. Belgian Art – 19th -20th century’, Brussels, Belgium
De Gryse Gallery, ‘Philippe Vandenberg, Marc Maet, Leo Copers, Philippe Tonnard’, Tielt, Belgium

1988
Municipal Museum of Contemporay Art ‘Collection and Collections’, Ghent, Belgium
International Cultural Centre, ‘Galerie Albert Baronian at ICC’, Antwerp, Belgium
Royal Academy of Fine Arts, ‘From Marisal to Vlericj, 1751 to 1988. Five masters five future master? Alumni in confrontation with students’, Ghent, Belgium
De Brakke Grond, ‘From the collection of the Veranneman Foundation’, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Cultural Centre, ‘Works of art acquired by the Flemish Community in 1986-1987’, Genk, Belgium

1987
Ghent University, ‘Art View. Face to Face’, Ghent, Belgium
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, ‘Fifty anniversary of collecting: an anniversary selection’, New York NY
Hallen van Schaarbeek, ‘Deconstruction’, Brussels, Belgium
‘Eighty, Painters of Europe’, Strassbourg, France
Sint-Vincentiuscollege, ‘The little Parade’, Eeklo, Belgium
Former Scheldesmederij, ‘Six times Painting’, Vlissingen, Netherlands
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Richard Foncke Gallery invites: Willem Cole, Leo Copers, Dirk De Vos, Franklin Engeln, Philippe Vandenberg, Philip Van Isacker, Dan Van Severen’, ICC- International Cultural Centre, Antwerp, Belgium
Richard Foncke Gallery, ‘Summer’, Ghent, Belgium
Campo Gallery, ‘Podium 87’, Antwerp, Belgium
Galerie Cintrik, ‘Marc Maet, The Van Bergen, Pieter Laurens Mol, Ingrid Castelein, Philippe Vandenberg, Kris Fierens, Fik Van Gestel, Paul Morez, Gunter Damish’, Antwerp, Belgium
Richard Foncke Gallery, Casino, ‘Made in Belgium’, Knokke, Belgium

1986
Hessenhuis, ‘Invited by The Van Bergen’, Antwerpen, Belgium
Denise Cade Gallery – Art Propect Inc, ‘Young Belgian Talent’, New York NY
International Cultural Centre, ‘Young Talent: Six Flemish Artists. Dirk De Bruycker, Walter Swennen, Philippe Tonnard, Narcisse Tordoir, Hans Vandekerckhove, Philippe Vandenberg’, Antwerp, Belgium
The Art Society of the International Monetary Fund, ‘Biennial of Criticism 1984’, Washington, DC
Palazzo de Bologna, ‘New Flemish contemporary artists’, Bologna, Italy
Veranneman Foundation, ‘Dialogue between ancient and modern art’, Kruishoutem, Belgium
Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Initiatief 86’, Ghent, Belgium
Brinkman Gallery, ’12 1/2 jaar’, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, ‘16th international art exhibition. Tokyo Biennal 86’, Tokyo, Japan
Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, ‘Galerie L’A. Retrospective January 1979 January 1986’, Liège, Belgium

1985
International Cultural Centre, ‘Nine contemporary graphic artists from Flanders’, Antwerp, Belgium
Municipal Museum Oud Hospitaal, ‘Art as a mirror of society. Art as a mirror of Art’, Aalst, Belgium
Peter Stuyvesant Foundation, ‘Art work. Eleven entreprises invited by the celebrating Peter Stuyvesant Foundation’, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Mercedez-Benz, ‘Europe and Canvases’, Paris, France
‘Confrontation 85. Present-day trends in Belgian art: painting, sculpture, etching, lithographs’, Brussels, Belgium
Veranneman Foundation, ‘Dialogue Past Present – Ancient Art Modern Art’, Kruishoutem, Belgium
De Brakke Grond, ‘Art 80. Selection by the Flemish Commission for the Visual Arts’, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Koninklijke Baan 44, ‘Sunday./ Contemporary Art.’, Koksijde, Belgium

1984
International Cultural Centre, ‘Biennial of Criticsm’, Antwerp, Belgium
Provincial Museum, ‘Galerie Cintrik te gast’, Hasselt, Belgium
Provincial Museum, ‘Kunst ‘80’, Hasselt, Belgium
De Zwarte Panter Gallery, ‘Vincent ‘84’, Antwerp, Belgium
De Brakke Grond, ‘Artweek’, Amsterdam, Netherlands

1983
Galerie Nouvelles Images, ‘Fifteen painters from Belgium’, Den Haag, Netherlands
Centre of Fine Arts, ‘Approches Picturales – Picturale benadering’, Brussels, Belgium
Gele Zaal, ’7 x Contemporary Art’, Ghent, Belgium
Lakenhalle, ‘Painting 83’, Ieper, Belgium
De Brakke Grond, ‘Painting. 7 Flemish painters’, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Galerie Nouvelles Images, ’15 Belgian Painters’, Gravenhage, Netherlands
Cultural Centre Strombeek-Bever, ‘Untitled. 8 Painters’, Grimbergen, Belgium
Art Centre Carlos Demeester, ‘Contemporary Art in Belgium. 13 young artists.’, Roeselare, Belgium
International Cultural Centre, ‘Recente schilderkunst een selectie van het Provinciaal Museum voor Moderne
Kunst van Oostende’ (Recent paintings A selection from the Provincial Museum of
Modern Art in Ostend), Antwerp, Belgium

1982
André Malraux Museum of Fine Arts, ‘Encounter 82. Belgian art since 1945 and the U.H.A.P.’, Le Havre, Belgium
Centre of Fine Arts, ‘The magic of the image’, Brussels, Belgium
Comedie, ‘Painting 82’, Roeselare, Belgium
Westfälisches Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, ‘Collection of the Provincial Museum of Modern Art’, Münster, Germany
Galerie Isy Brachot, ‘The Pictorial Desire’, Brussels, Belgium
Provincial Museum, ‘Acquisitions 78-81’, Ieper, Belgium
Galerie Delta, ’3 lines 3 talents. Fantasy. Abstraction. Realism’, Brussels, Belgium
Saint Peter’s Abbey, ‘Acquisitions by the state 1980-1981’, Ghent, Belgium
Campo Santo, ‘Young artists from Ghent’, Sint Amandsberg, Belgium
Comedie, ‘Painting 1982’, Roeselare, Belgium
University of Antwerp, ‘Collection Gordon Matta Foundation’, Antwerp, Belgium
William Wauters Gallery, ‘22×2 drawings’, Oosteeklo, Belgium
Galerie Haezebroeck, ‘Inaugural exhibition’, Aalter, Belgium

1981
Centre for Fine Arts, ‘Perspectives 81. Prize of young Belgian Painting’, Brussels, Belgium
International Cultural Centre, ‘Recent painting in Flanders’, Antwerp, Belgium
Foundation Belge de la vocation, ‘Promotion Emile Langui 1981’, Brussels, Belgium
Cité Internationale des Arts, ‘Rachel Heller, Claudine Tousseau, Touhami, Toshi, Philippe Vandenberghe’, Paris, France
De Krabbedans, ‘Young artists from Ghent’, Eindhoven, Netherlands
‘Drawing Prize of the city of Renaix’, Renaix, Belgium

1977
Galerij Katherine Bouckaert, ‘Young artists’, Ghent, Belgium

1976
Centre of Fine Arts, ‘Acquisitions by the state 1974-1975, Brussels, Belgium

1975
YD Gallery, ‘Suppository for rent’, Ghent, Belgium

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