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With highlights from the Quelle Fête Collection

Forwart Gallery presents Top of the Pops by Rotganzen

The opening of the solo exhibition Top of The Tops by Rotganzen at Forwart Gallery Antwerp takes place on Thursday 16th May as of 18:00 in the presence of the artists with select pieces on display.

Photo: Mathijs Labadie.

Highlights from the Quelle Fête Collection
Rotganzen created its first a Quelle Fête prototype in 2009 and sold its first artwork under that name in 2011. In the years that followed, Quelle Fête became their most famous work and grew into one of the most coveted collector's series worldwide.

The success of Quelle Fête lies in its continuing relevance, according to the artists. 'Created as a melancholic reminder of times gone by and a playful commentary on the ever-increasing absurdity of life, now, with the world at the brink, Quelle Fête takes centre stage again, oozing fraught quietness and hopeful beauty,' they say.

'To celebrate 15 years of Quelle Fête and to emphasise its persistent vibe in world dominated by fear and fake facts, Rotganzen has selected for Forwart Gallery its most popular pieces. Edition pieces as Quelle Fête Amour, Quelle Pizza and Quelle Basket, and sculptures like Le Designer and Le Tricycle.'

Rotganzen is also presenting a new installation: … (say: DOT DOT DOT), its name derived from the little speech bubble with three little dots that appear when someone is typing in chat: 'that moment when nothing has yet been said, and everything might still be possible. The most precious part of any conversation.'

Photos: Pim Top.

About Rotganzen
Rotganzen (2009) is an art collective in the tradition of American Pop Art and the Italian Radical Design movement. Based in Rotterdam, New York and Buenos Aires, Rotganzen bridges art and design through an oeuvre of exclusive originals, sculptural works, limited editions, and a range of furniture pieces.

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