At the origin of Yellow Now, there is Yellow, an art gallery installed at the end of 1969 in Roture, in Liège, at the initiative of Guy Jungblut. The first exhibition is dedicated to Jacques Lizène, a little master from Liège in the second half of the 20th century and a paragon of mediocre art. It was a pretty good start. The gallery intended to promote artists who deviated from traditional media and explored photography, books, movies, video (which was still in its infancy). It will exhibit Ben, Nyst, Annette Messager, Leisgen, Gerz, Poirier, Gette, Charlier … In 1971, it...
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