Xavier Mary solo show

19.11.17 – 10.12.17




Asphalt tears are falling

into the dark ocean of human sadness.

It’s a tire orchestra.

A requiem to the end of world.

The sun is coming back to its secret love.

Earth turns light to dust.

And if I have to die tomorrow,

I just want to kiss the girls.


ULTRASTUDIO is proud to present the solo-show by the artist Xavier Mary (Liège, 1982): KISS THE GIRLS. The exhibition will open on 19.11.17 and is part of the annual ULTRASTUDIO “FROM LIGHT TO DUST” programming.


Xavier Mary is a Belgian artist born in 1982 in Liège. He lives and works in Brussels.

He also co-run with Noèmie Merca a temporary project space called Diesel Project Space.


Selected Solo-Show (2017 – 2012)


2017 : The Enigma of Steel, Galerie Nosbaum Reding, Luxembourg

2017 : Snake Driver, Galerie Albert Baronian, Bruxelles

2014 : Over Drive, Galerie Albert Baronian, Bruxelles

2013 : Iron Triangle, APT Institute, New York

2012 : Petrolatum, Galerie Christian Nagel, Berlin

2012 : Eat The Magic Lions, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin


Selected Group-Show (2017 – 2016)


2017 : Plant B,  Curated by Komplot & Toke Lykkeberg, Parc de la Fonderie, Molenbeek-Saint-Jean                                                                                                                                    

2017 : Metallifère, CALCB, Centre d’art Contemporain du Luxembourg Belge, Buzenole  

2017 : We have the same Scale, Mélange, Cologne                                                                         

2016 : Xo of excess, Exoexo, Paris         

2016 : Les Sept Périls spectraux, galerie Arnaud Deschin, Paris                                     

2016 : Panorama, BPS22, Charleroi                                                                                                 

2016 : Dust as a new value, Villa Arson, Nice 2016 :The Emotional Junkie and the Cyborg Love, musée d’art contemporain d’Anvers, Anvers

2016 : Les lèvres nues, DOC, Paris

2016 : The Green Ray, Wilkinson Gallery, Londres


Discover Xavier Mary’s works