Stems Gallery is an emerging gallery based in Brussels and Paris. The gallery opened in 2015 by sister and brother Pascaline and Guillaume Smets.
The gallery exhibits the work of emerging artists, with a particular focus on introducing contemporary American artists to European audiences. Highlighting works in all mediums and formats, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, video, and installation, the gallery’s program is driven by intuition and curiosity rather than any rigidly defined criteria.
Each exhibition is the result of a close collaboration between the gallery and the artist or curator, allowing artists to communicate their individual creative visions and to witness the energy and dynamism of the Belgian art scene. Also, offering them an international recognition by the participation in various important fairs.
In October 2020 Stems moved to a new location in a historical building in the heart of Brussels, in the former cantine of the Solvay laboratories. Most recently, Stems Gallery opened a new location at 11 rue Pastourelle in the heart of the Marais in Paris inaugurated with a solo show by French-American artist Pharaoh Kakudji “Tear A Part, Torn A Part”.
Location: Rue du Prince Albert, 4, 1050 Ixelles