London’s Victoria Miro has joined the galleries that represent Belgian artist Ilse D’Hollander, who had only one solo exhibition during her life and committed suicide aged only 28 in 1997. D’Hollander’s soft, small-scale but highly charged works often draw on the Flemish countryside and are increasingly finding their audience with recent institutional shows in Europe. Victoria Miro plans a solo show at its Mayfair gallery in November, where D’Hollander’s work can also be seen as part of the two-venue show that celebrates female artists (Surface Work, to June 16).
Image: Ilse D'Hollander, Untitled, 1995
Oil on canvas. 48 x 54 cm, 18 7/8 x 21 1/4 in
© The Estate of Ilse D'Hollander
Courtesy The Estate of Ilse D'Hollander
On view at Victoria Miro Mayfair