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The Axel Vervoordt Company and Axel Vervoordt Gallery are located at a site known as Kanaal — a converted industrial distillery that has become a cultural and residential community.

Stokerijstraat 19
2110 Wijnegem — Belgium +32 (0) 3 355 33 00

On view

Most visitors spend on average 90-120 minutes touring the site.

Axel Vervoordt Gallery

No prior reservation is needed, all visits start at Reception in the Escher Building. Visitors are invited to check-in, receive a map of Kanaal, and browse the library of recent publications.

Please note that the gallery will be exceptionally closed for installation as of 28 February until 16 March.

Opening hours

View current exhibitions
Permanent Installations (only on reservation)

The installations from the Axel & May Vervoordt Foundation are:

  • Anish Kapoor, “At the Edge of the World” from 1998
  • James Turrell, “Red Shift” from 1995
  • Various works by: Marina Abramović, Otto Bol, Kimsooja, Tatsuo Miyajima, Otto Piene, Takis, and Angel Vergara.

Visit the permanent installations

Tours of the Gallery and Permanent Installations are offered by appointment at 14:00 and 15:30 on opening days (Thursday, Friday and Saturday).

Tours are offered in English, Dutch and French upon availability.

For groups larger than 15 persons, an honorary fee of 12€/person is required.

Please note there are exceptionally no tours available between 28 February and 16 March.

Make a reservation

Reservations for individuals are necessary at least 48 hours before visiting. For groups, we highly recommend to reserve as early as 4 to 6 weeks in advance.

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Antiquaire (by appointment)

Kanaal is also home to the Axel Vervoordt's Antiquaire studio, where we restore, research and present our current inventory.

Our specialists are pleased to organize a visit based on your interests.

Make an appointment

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or call us at +32 3 355 33 00


The Axel Vervoordt Hong Kong Gallery is located in Wong Chuk Hang, in the Coda Building — a converted industrial building developing as a cultural and residential community. This new location will open on 25 March 2019. During the opening week (25 March - 30 March) the gallery will be open daily, 11am - 7 pm.

Coda Building - 23th floor
Wong Chuk Hang road
Hong Kong — China

Opening hours

View current exhibitions