Four world-class artists
Owner Aida is a great lover of art and design. She collaborates with four Belgian artists for Lit d’Art.
German-Belgian artist Ulrike Bolenz examines the symbiosis between man and machine in her work. She often misleads the viewer and, like a computer, creates the illusion of spaciousness.
Ulrike has a rich artistic record at home and abroad. She exhibited at the MMOMA in Moscow and at the Sheba Medical Center in Tel Aviv, among others.
Charlotte de Cock
In 2009, the young Charlotte De Cock surprised viewers and critics alike with her first exhibition: a series of atypical, humorous paintings of Marie Antoinette. Martin Schmidt of the Parisian art gallery Galerie Di Meo called her style ‘rock baroque’. Visits to London and Los Angeles followed. And in 2014, she made the series ‘The Thirteen Masters’, including portraits of Luc Tuymans and Jan Decleir.
Charlotte brought Lit d’Art’s patio to life with an impressive mural.
Margrete Vanschoelant took classes at the art academies of Brussels, Leuven, and Hasselt. In 1990, she moved to Italy, where she developed her unique signature: tasteful nudes with great expressiveness.
Margrete has been living and working in Barcelona, where she has her own studio, since 2014.
Kathleen de Clercq
From an early age, Kathleen De Clercq was inspired by three elements: materials, music, and movement. She breathes life and rhythm into her bronze sculptures, striving for harmony, elegance, and balance.
David is a Belgian-born fine art photographer best known for his cinematic photography with a touch of drama. When he is not behind the camera, David can often be found scouting and styling the perfect setting to capture the raw emotions of his subject.
His journey started at the age of 16, when his father gave him his first camera. After a few years of experimenting within photography, David discovered a strong passion for interior styling which led him to focus on interior photography. This path brought him to many authentic locations and sparked an interest in cinematic photography..
The hunt for that perfect location never stops and has recently resulted in many trips to Morocco. A country with a rich culture which has served as the inspiration for David’s most recent work.