Charline Tyberghein

Biography

°1993, Antwerp, BE
Lives and works in Antwerp

Graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp in 2018.

°1993, Antwerp, BE
Lives and works in Antwerp

Graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp in 2018.

Solo Exhibitions

2019

born to be mild, Gallery Sofie Van de Velde, Nieuw-Zuid, Antwerp, BE
Soft News | Beursschouwburg, Brussel, BE

2018

One Trick Phony, Next Door| Keteleer Gallery, Antwerp Belgium

2017

ABC Lounge Klub, ABC Klubhuis, Antwerp Belgium Jacques et Charline, Souterrain, Antwerp, Belgium

Group Exhibitions

2020

Cigarettes & Cookies, Martin Van Zomeren, Amsterdam, NL
Art Rotterdam, Gallery Sofie Van de Velde & PLUS-ONE Gallery, Rotterdam, NL

2019

My biggest small | Shophouse JayJay, Antwerp, Be
Figuration Vs. Abstraction | Gallery Sofie Van de Velde & Plus One Gallery, Art Brussels,BE
Looking at the world through rose coloured glasses | Gallery Sofie Van de Velde & Plus One Gallery

2018

Cook it, boil it, bake it, or forget it, Graduation Show KaskA and Sint Lucas, curated by Nadia Bijl, Zuiderpershuis, Antwerp, Belgium
European Masters Salon Painting, Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium
From The Closet, ABC Klubuis, Antwerp, Belgium
Schilderwerken, Souterrain, Antwerp, Belgium
10 Years Base-Alpha: Part III Prospects, Base-Alpha, Antwerp, Belgium
20 years NICC – Jubilee, NICC Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium
The Girls Next Door, curated by Nadia Bijl, Next Door| Keteleer Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium

Prizes

2019

Acquisition for the Belfius collection
Acquisition for the collection of De Vlaamse Gemeenschap

2018

KOMASK prize, best young European Painter

Artworks

Charline Tyberghein
i'll be an islander forever, 2020
acrylic on wood
150 x 122 cm

Charline Tyberghein
i'm the decider, 2020
acrylic on wood
122 x 94 cm

Charline Tyberghein
be my pet, 2020
acrylic on wood
122 x 94 cm

Charline Tyberghein
let's have a fair fight, friend, 2020
Acrylic on panel
150 x 122 cm

Charline Tyberghein
once bitten twice right, 2020
acrylic on wood
122 x 100 cm

Charline Tyberghein
henry of henry and ottis, 2020
acrylic on wood
122 x 100 cm

Charline Tyberghein
critter of comfort, 2020
acrylic on wood
60 x 50 cm

Charline Tyberghein
sadisfaction II, 2019
acrylic on wood
150 x 122 cm

Charline Tyberghein
untitled, 2019
acrylic on wood
60 x 50 cm

Charline Tyberghein
Annoyed Grunt, 2019
Acryl on wood
100 X 122 cm

Charline Tyberghein
WOE IS ME!, 2019
Acryl on panel
122 x 150 cm

Charline Tyberghein
sit down II, 2019
acryl on wood
122 x 150 cm

Charline Tyberghein
big dummies, 2018
Acryl on wood,
123 x 101 cm

Charline Tyberghein
Don't be gross, 2019
Spray paint on wood,
50 x 60 cm

Charline Tyberghein
WOE IS ME!, 2019
Acryl on panel
122 x 150 cm

Charline Tyberghein
thanks for nothing , 2019
Spray paint on wood,
120 x 100 cm

Charline Tyberghein
Read me and weep, 2019
Spray paint on wood,
60 x 50 cm

Charline Tyberghein
nothing but hard feelings, 2018
Acryl on wood,
150 x 120 cm

Charline Tyberghein
cheque, please!, 2018
spray paint on wood,
50 x 60 cm

Charline Tyberghein
it’ll end in tears, 2018
Acryl en spray paint on wood,
50 x 60 cm

News

Pompidou Charline Tyberghein
Klara

23.09.2019–31.10.2019 Jonge schilderes Charline Tyberghein heeft een solo expo bij Sofie Van de Velde Gallery. Ze werd gekozen als beste jonge, Europese schilder van 2019.

Press

2019

The paintings of Charline Tyberghein are witty, disrupted interventions. They are a joy to look at, playful in their simplicity, but her kind of humor is never without obligations. Her paintings are, as it were, crafted.

She cherishes the belgitude. While painting in the wake of the Brussels surrealists her work is visually very pleasing, but there is an edge. She strives to tilt this aesthetic by confusing her paintings with common themes. They are populated by daily objects and symbols. In this way she generates a shift from art object to object of use. They hold ground between the everyday and the unattainable. You could best describe them as reading exercises: the surfaces of her paintings wrestle with the meaning underneath. Object and language, the material and the mental, intertwine and become confused. They are complex while looking dumbly simple.

While exhibiting, Charline seeks a connection with the surrounding space. Her paintings refer to the old trompe l’oeil techniques; they are often misleading optical illusions of space and perspective, but the actual surface is flat. She seeks for a way to inject sculptural elements into the two-dimensional paintings, to literally give them a new dimension.