From 10 December to 6 February, Callewaert Vanlangendonck Gallery shows works by constructivist Guy Vandenbranden (1926-2014). Paintings, gouaches and sculptures from the nineties and the years two thousand will be on view in the Antwerp Wolstraat, symbolically around the corner from where Vandenbranden spent his final years. Vandenbranden was part of several art movements: Art Abstrait in 1956, Formes in 1960 and Art Construit in 1960. In the same year he settled permanently in Antwerp, where he maintained lifelong artistic friendships and collaborations with a.o. Jef Verheyen, Paul Van Hoeydonck and Walter Leblanc. He increasingly exhibited abroad (Switzerland, Italy, Germany and the Netherlands), where he became friends with artists from the ZERO group, such as Lucio Fontana, François Morellet, Günther Uecker and Yves Klein.