About the Residence
What is the Residence for BSLAW Brussels - Home Gallery?
The Residence for BSLAW Brussels - Home Gallery is above all the opportunity to present and get to know the works and paintings of a very talented Hungarian artist, Norbert David, within the framework of a completely new urban exhibition concept in Brussels.
The Residence Home Gallery deliberately mixes the seductive, exciting aura of an exhibition with the businesslike working conditions of a home office. And yet it is neither a professional showroom nor a workplace.
It is a dignified meeting place, furnished with beautiful, high-quality design. It is a small oasis with a homely atmosphere, an individual retreat area in the midst of the fast-moving Brussels cosmos of the European institutions, plagued by deadlines and time constraints. It gives its guests not only the opportunity to have a relaxed conversation between two tiring meetings, but also the chance to become part of the expressions and impressions emanating from the works during their stay.
It creates a continuous resonance space, constantly renewed by the guest, but still filled with life. This is also the name of the exhibition of Norbert Dávid:
But the Residence for BSLAW Brussels - Home Gallery offers something else beyond the new urban exhibition concept. It embodies for its guests, friends and visitors new ways and possibilities of the sophisticated application of Fine Arts. And it is Fine Art as asset and capital, enabling the partial financing of investments as security and cover for financial transactions. And in this sense, one can understand how to build up and assemble collection portfolios to fine art secured financing instruments within one's own four walls. And that is the metamorphosis, the Residence becomes a home gallery, and the home gallery becomes its own financial manufactory.
New urban exhibition
The Residence for BSLAW Brussels - Home Gallery offers something else beyond the new urban exhibition concept.
- For its guests new ways and possibilities of the sophisticated application of Fine Arts
- Partial financing of investments
- How to build up and assemble collection
- Portfolios to fine art
- Residence becomes a home gallery
The home gallery becomes its own financial manufactory.