About Landscapes
Biennale of Painting / Biënnale van de Schilderkunst
Roger Raveelmuseum, Gildestraat 2 - 8, 9870 Machelen - Zulte, (B)
01 July - 30 September 2018

Maria Thereza Alves, Hippolyte Boulenger, Dirk Braeckman, Jean Brusselmans, Jean-Marie Bytebier,
Cathérine Claeyé, Stijn Cole, Jana Cordenier, Franz Courtens, Felix De Boeck, Raoul De Keyser,
Damien De Lepeleire, Ronny Delrue, Valerius De Saedeleer, Arthur Douhaerdt,, James Ensor,
Andreas Eriksson, Wannes Goetschalckx, Jóhannes Kjarval, Georges Lemmen, Constant Permeke,
Emmanuelle Quertain, Roger Raveel, Júlíana Sveinsdóttir, Lukas Vandenabeele, Carole Vanderlinden,
Tinus Vermeersch, Sophie Whettnall, Aboriginal and Chinese painting





"Very beautiful are the wild landscapes of the Icelandic artist Jóhannes Sveinsson Kjarval, whose works
are shown for the very first time in our country. Equally beautiful are the de paintings (a selection of 4
Zones - 6 watercolours) of Cathérine Claeyé. Her landscapes mainly have come into existence in her
head. With only a few strokes she conjures up a whole world." Koen Van Boxem, De Tijd, 03 July 2018



The Watercolour Room
Group show
Leopoldskazerne, Gaspar De Craeyerstraat, H.I.S.K., Gent, (B.)
22 November - 16 December 2018



Haukijärvi, 2015, watercolour, 15 x 21 cm

"Inspired by Bernd Lohaus's 'Blumen' (watercolours) we realized that there is an admiration for the
medium of aquarel amongst a number of H.I.S.K. artists. Yet, it is rarely considered a contemporary
medium in its own right and rarely exhibited." Sarah Smolders and Lisa Wilkens



3 Solos
Gallery Emergent, Grote Markt 26, Veurne, (B),
29 April - 10 June 2018
Finnisage / Artist talk at 3 p.m.



"The paintings (a selection of 21 Zones) of Cathérine Claeyé move always on the cutting edge;
on the edge of everything and nothing, the seemingly silly and the sublime. In her landscapes she
knows how very little resources, sometimes just a few, sparse keys or brushstrokes, can reveal a very
different spatial experience. As a result she creates a great tension between the material components
of the painting and the virtual space of the image, between the real and the imaginary, the literal and
the possible. That gives her images a great evocative power and a particular vulnerability, a childlike
playfulness and an existential tension. Maybe we could call this tension between something and
nothing, concrete materiality in relation to that sparkling, fragile, fleeting beauty, erotic." Frank Maes,
Emergent Gallery, Veurne, (B.)




In the top 10 for De Standaard Magazine,
05 May 2018



Identities
Gallery El, Drieselken 40, 9473 Welle, (B)
30 April - 11 June 2017

Cathérine Claeyé, Jo De Smedt, Arpaïs Du Bois, Lola Lasurt, Stefaan Vermuyten



"Cathérine Claeyé constantly scrapes on her landscapes, ‘Zones’ as interior portraits. With sparse oil
she paints the liberty of emptiness. The emptiness of what we do not know (yet) requires time of the
spectator, though he slowly gets sucked in the scenic landscapes." Eliane Van Den Ende, H art
Magazine, 18 May 2017

"Cathérine Claeyé is seeking out the erotic, the sensual presence in the landscape. A nostalgia for a
cosmic experience." Eric De Smet, Galerie El, Welle, (B.)



A Group
Gallery El, Drieselken 40, 9473 Welle, (B)
03 May - 07 June 2015

Carlos Caballero, Cathérine Claeyé, Lola Lasurt, Shelley Meert, Griet Vandevelde





Uitblinkend door Afwezigheid
Gallery Emergent, Grote Markt 26, Veurne, (B),
05 April - 09 June 2014

Jean-Marie Bytebier, Cathérine Claeyé, Damien Deceuninck, Maria Degrève, Frank Depoorter,
Johan De Wilde, Peter Downsbrough, Loek Grootjans, Cédric Noël, Gert Robijns, Lukas Vandenabeele,
Els Van Riel





Nature Unfinished
Workplace, Schuttershofstraat 45, 2000 Antwerpen, (B.)
10 November - 22 December 2013

Griet Vanhumbeek, Joris Ghekiere, Franky Michielsen, Stefan Peters, Franky Michielsen,
Cathérine Claeyé, Agnes Nagygyörgy