Gregory Lang is a curator and art consultant, with 30 years of experience in contemporary art, working with private collections and institutions. He founded Solang Production Paris Brussels in 2008 to stimulate and develop projects linking artists, the art scene and market.

Closely engaged with artists, curators and collectors in their creative process and research, Gregory co-produces exhibitions, installations, site specific works, films, and editions.

Among current film productions are ‘Biomimetic Stories’ by Pierre Jean Giloux, ‘the Eyes’ by Tarik Kiswanson. ‘Hello, Are We in the Show?’ by Denicolai & Provost, ‘Invisible Cities’ tetralogy by Pierre Jean Giloux, ‘Krach Audition’ by Alexandre Perigot, ‘Anarchism Without Adjectives: On the Work of Christopher D’Arcangelo’, and ‘Bernard Heidsieck, Poésie action’ have been produced. New collaborations are in progress with artists Marc Buchy, Matan Mittwoch, Morgane Tschiember.

In 2024 Gregory Lang was appointed by Art Brussels to curate an exhibition for their 40th anniversary. Through a selection of artists presented at the 60th Venice Biennale, wandering minds represented a mosaic of singular experiences that unveiled deeply personal narratives. Each of them translated their encounters with diverse worlds, offering unique points of view gathered through chosen paths within and beyond their given contexts. (Etel Adnan, Ivan Argote, Julien Creuzet, Edith Dekyndt, Denicolai & Provoost, Sandra Gamarra Heshiki, Sonia Gomes, Romuald Hazoumè, Kiluanji Kia Henda, Kapwani Kiwanga, Kimsooja, Anna Maria Maiolino, Julie Mehretu, Jota Mombaça, Moffat Takadiwa)

Gregory curated a set of 2 exhibitions at Fondation CAB: On the lookout in Brussels, (September 2022 to February 2023 which highlighted the works of contemporary artists exploring color variations with international and Brussels based artists (Irma Blank, Nadia Guerroui, Ann Veronica Jansens, Labau, Adrien Lucca, Dimitri Mallet, Luis Motta, Morgane Tschiember and Pieter Vermeersch); On the approach in Saint-Paul-de-Vence (April to October 2022) with a dozen works from the collection. This selection brought together minimalist artworks by artists American (Dan Flavin, Kenneth Noland, Keith Sonnier, Frank Stella, Anne Truitt) and European artists (Josef Albers, Martin Barré, André Cadere, Ann Veronica Janssens, Imi Knœbel, Claude Rutault, Heimo Zobernig).

Publication: On the approach – On the lookout – Fondation CAB – 48 pages

The 2021-2022 curated exhibition Inaspettatamente displayed a selection of 315 works by 250 artists over 10 years of acquisition by the collector Frédéric de Goldschmidt. The group show features a selection of the collection through the eyes of Alighiero Boetti and in dialogue with 13 artworks of him, presented in all the buildings of Cloud Seven, downtown Brussels. Until October 2022, 5 rooms of the exhibition are still visible on the theme of order and disorder.

Publication: Full House, Mercatofonds and Yale University Press – 304 pages

Other recent exhibitions include GIGANTISME – Art & Industrie as a co-guest curator with Géraldine Gourbe for the first Dunkirk Triennial at FRAC Grand Large and LAAC museum; Fernanda Fragateiro and Carlos Bunga: a conversation on lines at FdG projects, Portuguese inclinations (3 solos by Fernanda Fragateiro, Jose Pedro Croft, Rui Calçada Bastos) after Slice and Dice at Irène Laub Gallery in Brussels, Invisible Cities with Pierre Jean Giloux for FWB at Art Brussels; Untitled (Monochrome), 1957-2017 at Richard Taittinger Gallery, in New York, Wanderings at Cristina Guerra, in Lisbon, Xerox and Modus Operandi at Société-d-électricité, A year without image at Anima Ludens, in Brussels, James Lee Byars, part III at Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, in Rotterdam, Artists and Architecture, Variables dimensions at Pavillon de l’Arsenal, in Paris, and MAAT, in Lisbon.

Actively involved with artists and architecture, site specific installations, and publications, Gregory collaborated with Collection Intégration d’une oeuvre d’art – Fédération-Wallonie-Bruxelles, and participated to juries and commissions such as the CNAP committee: ‘artist support for research and production’.

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