Proximus Art

proximus art

François Morellet, Untitled, 2006. Rosemary Laing, Bulletproofglass #2, 2002

proximus art

Matt Mullican, Untitled, 1991

proximus art

Tony Cragg, Plastic Palette II, 1985 ©SABAM Belgium 2015. Christian Boltanski, La dernière danse, 2004. Candida Höfer, Théâtre royal de la Monnaie/Koninklijke Muntschouwbourg 2003 ©C. Höfer

proximus art

Atelier van Lieshout, The Coward, 2006. Beat Streuli, New York 2001, NY 59/05a, 2001

proximus art

Jean-Luc Mylayne, No. 457, Nov.-Dec. 2006 - Jan. 2007, 2007

proximus art

Sol Lewitt, Open Geometric Structure I, 1990

proximus art

Adrian Schiess, Malerei, 2005 ©SABAM Belgium 2015. Franz WEST, Sitzskulptur, 2005. Rineke Dijkstra, Almerisa, 1996


In 1996, Proximus, the leading Belgian company in the telecommunications and high-tech sector, founded Proximus Art Collection with the conviction that for a company such as Proximus, where high technology, financial objectives and development constraints are by necessity the focus of the daily concerns, it was desirable to have a strong cultural foundation which constantly reminds us of this necessary symbiosis between the worlds of culture and business. 

To this day, Proximus is convinced that to ensure balanced growth, it is essential to work in an environment which stimulates openness and dialogue.

Art has that exceptional capacity to give concrete shape to such an approach. Proximus Art Collection is therefore a tool for enriching and diversifying the Group's environment, and ensuring its sustainable development in a society that is constantly changing and progressing.



Works by Rineke Dijkstra out on loan

  The work " Almerisa ", a series of 11 photographs by artist Rineke Dijkstra, is currently out on loan to the MAC’s, Grand-Hornu in Mons. It is part of an exhibition entitled " Ce...

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