Aline Bouvy

Aline Bouvy studied at ERG - École de Recherche Graphique in Brussels followed by the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht. She then formed a duo with the artist John Gillis for 13 years. Since 2013, she has developed her solo practice, participating in numerous residencies and exhibitions. Among Aline Bouvy's solo exhibitions, "Cruising Bye" presented at MACS Grand Hornu in 2022 constitutes her largest body of work shown to date. Her work has also been shown at Kunsthal Gent (2021), Newspace in Liège (2020), Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin (2019), and Kunstraum London in a duo with Simon Davenport (2015). Recognized in Belgium for her aesthetic and uncompromising tone, Aline Bouvy has been exhibited in several major art centers in Belgium but is only collected by the Art Collection of the Flemish Community. Abroad, her works are part of the Luxembourg Ministry of Culture and the National Museum of History and Art of Luxembourg collections.