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Office Baroque Moves From Antwerp to Brussels

The new home of Office Baroque in Brussels. (©Marie Françoise Plissard)

The new home of Office Baroque in Brussels. (©Marie Françoise Plissard)

Just a quick public service announcement: The next time you’re planning to pay a visit to the Office Baroque gallery, make sure to head to Brussels, not Antwerp. Today the gallery announced that it is setting up shop in the capital of Belgium and the European Union, in a building that was once home to a brewery, “a 1909 cast iron building by the Brussels architect Paul Hamesse who was part of the Art Nouveau generation.”

It will inaugurate the new space, which is located at Bloemenhofplein 5 Place du Jardin aux Fleurs, on Nov. 7 with a show by Michael Auder that runs through Dec. 7.

Office Baroque had been based in Antwerp since it opened in 2007. The artists it represents include Mr. Auder, David Diao, Tamar Halpern, Leigh Ledare and B. Wurtz.

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