Born in Watermael-Boitsfort (BE, 1964), Bruno Deprez lives and works in Brussels.

> Painter & sculptor since 1983.

exhibitions

PERSONAL EXHIBITIONS

> 2019

   BE participation - Brussels

> 1997

   Maison Vissol-Maggiulli - Brussels

> 1995

   Escale Gallery - Brussels

> 1994 

   Travel Gallery - Brussels

> 1993

   Dimmers Gallery - Brussels

> 1991

   Dardenne Déco - Brussels

> 1990 

   Tupi-Tupi - Brussels

   Dimmers Gallery - Brussels

> 1989 

   Windows Gallery - Brussels

   Arcade Mauve Gallery - Brussels

> 1988 

   Arcade Mauve Gallery - Brussels

> 1985

   Jacquemotte Fondation  - Brussels

   Mercator Cimaises - Brussels

COLLECTIVE EXHIBITIONS

> 2022

  DUO > Alexandre Nova + Bruno Deprez

  Maison Stepman- Brussels

> 2020 

   Hôte Gallery - Brussels

> 2018 

   Level3 - EXPŒPHEMERE - Brussels

   "Métamorphoses" Galerie Vertiges - Brussels

   "13&3" Aran Art Gallery - Brussels

> 2017 

   "Singular Books" - B-Gallery - Brussels

> 2016 

   "Babel" - Espace Prémontrés - Liège

> 2014 

   Salon of the artist's book - Tours & Taxis - Brussels

> 2013 

  "Ex-Voto" - LaGalerie.be - Brussels

   Salon of the artist's book - Tours & Taxis - Brussels

   Artistic Cabinet Libre Choix - Brussels

> 2012 

   Graphies Gallery - Brussels

> 2011 

   Artistic Cabinet Libre Choix - Brussels

> 1996 

   Escale Gallery - Brussels

   Echancrure Gallery - Brussels

   Southern Highlands Regional Gallery - Australia

> 1995 

   International Center - Brussels

   Escale Gallery - Brussels

   Etruriarte - Italy

   Patrick Vicqueray Gallery - Brussels

   Mercator Cartographer - Rome – Italy

> 1994

   Dimmers Gallery - Brussels

   Dialogues Fondation – Princesse de Mérode - Marcinelle

> 1993 

   Museo Di Scultura Contemporanea - Fregene – Italy

> 1992 

   Dimmers Gallery - Brussels

> 1991

   Cimaises Mercator - Brussels

   Espace Libre Gallery - Brussels

   Dimmers Gallery - Brussels

> 1989 

   Parvis Gallery - Brussels

> 1987

   Cimaises Mercator - Brussels

   Arcade Mauve Gallery - Brussels

> 1986 

   Cimaises Mercator - Brussels

   BOZAR | Centre for Fine Arts - Brussels

> 1985

   Seminar of the Current Arts - Brussels

> 1983

   The Estrille of Vieux Bruxelles 

private & public collections  

> Since 1984 

   Present in many private collections in Belgium and abroad.

> 1993 

   Museo Di Scultura Contemporanea Collections - Fregene - Italy

> 2011 

   Collections of the Museum of Modern Art Religious in the Basilique de Koekelberg - Brussels

> 2013 

   'Premier' Collection > www.artesio.art - Brussels

distinctions

> 1984 

   Collective Art Prize «Stockel Square» - Brussels

> 1985

   Painting Art Prize at the Arts Seminar - Brussels

   Arts Trophy of Arts Academy - Gembloux

> 1990 

   Sélection Arts Trophy Hamesse - Brussels

> 1991 

   Sélection Arts Trophy Godecharle - Brussels

   Sélection Arts Trophy Louis Schmit (sculpture) - Brussels

> 1994 

   Selection Arts Trophy Louis Schmit (painting) - Brussels

   Selection Arts Trophy of Woluwé-St-Pierre - Brussels

> 2012 

   Namur Selection- Canvas Collectie-Collection RTBF

bibliography

> 1983

   First articles in the press (Art critics A.Nardon, S. Rey, J. Cimaise)

> 1986

   «Peace Through Humanism» catalography - Centre for Fine Arts Brussels

> 1989

   «Carte Blanche à Anita Nardon» catalography for the Parvis Gallery collective exhibition.

> 1990

   Canal+  (TV), Cultural information flashes «Next-Stop»

> 1991 

   French publication « Montrer », belgian artist of the month - Art critics A. Nardon

> 1992 

   Télé-Bruxelles (Brussels TV) «Arrêt facultatif» 

> 1993 

   Catalog «5e Mostra Internazionale di Scultura Contemporanea» - Rome - Italy

   «10 years» (pdf) for Dimmers Gallery individual exhibition booklet - Brussels

> 1994 

   «12th Fantastic Film and Science Fiction Festival» catalography - Brussels

> 1995 

   «50 Artists from Belgium Edition» (pdf) Tome 5 - Art critics A. Nardon 

   Télé-Bruxelles  (Brussels TV), presentation of the «50 Artists from Belgium Edition»

   Booklet (pdf) for Escale Gallery individual exhibition - Brussels

> 2011 

   L'Evènement magazine (pdf) November supplement by Art critics D. Paternoster

> 2020

   Interview "Artists this Month" > www.diagonales.it (French & Italian)


formation

> Master of new techniques of digital image processing offline and online - 2004-2005

  Partnership training with Institut des Arts de Diffusion (IAD), Institut Libre Marie Haps 

  and Haute École Léonard de Vinci (ILMH), Audiovisual Center of Louvain-la-Neuve CAV).


> Monumental painting at the Academy of Watermael-Boitsfort - 1984-1985

   Professor : Roger Somville 

   

> Painting at the Academy Constantin Meunier in Etterbeek - 1983-1984

   Professor : Christian Rolet.


> Diploma of Higher Secondary Art Education with Great Distinction.

   Royal Academy of Fine Arts Brussels - 1980-1983

   Professors : Charles Szymkowicz, Roger Dewint, Philippe Dubit, Marianne Dock, Emile Mayens. 


> Certificate of technical art secondary education, decoration and advertising I.P.E.S.- Wavre - 1976-1980