Personal Note by Ron Mandos & New Year’s Lottery

We are thrilled to share with you a personal note by Ron Mandos. Click here or on the image below to watch the video.

We are pleased to inform you that we have organized a New Year’s Lottery in collaboration with our Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck. We are raffling a copy of his Sleeping Dog, a beautiful edition Hans made last year. The lucky winner will get “their own pet” to get through the current lockdown. After all, you are never alone while having art around you.

The revenue from the New Year’s lottery sales will be donated to the Nationaal Ouderenfonds (‘National Elderly Fund’) a foundation dedicated to giving lonely elderly people extra care in these times. In this way you actually always win the jackpot: you’ll get a beautiful work of art or you make other people happy.

Buy Your Tickets here

1 ticket = €10,-
5 tickets = €45,-
10 tickets = €80,-

The lottery draw will take place on Sunday January 3rd, 2021 at 2 PM (CET). We put all tickets in a glass jar after which we blindly select the lucky winner. The draw can be followed via a livestream on Instagram.

Thank you very much for participating in the lottery and thus for donating to the elderly who are in special need of extra care during these times.

For more information or questions about the New Year’s Lottery, please contact our sales manager Valentijn van der Hulst at

We want to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We hope to see you again soon next year!

ABOUT Hans Op de Beeck

Hans Op de Beeck was born in 1969 in Turnhout, Belgium. He lives and works in Brussels, Belgium.

Hans Op de Beeck produces large installations, sculptures, films, drawings, paintings, photographs and texts. His work is a reflection on our complex society and the universal questions of meaning and mortality that resonate within it. He regards man as a being who stages the world around him in a tragi-comic way. Above all, Op de Beeck is keen to stimulate the viewers’ senses, and invite them to really experience the image. He seeks to create a form of visual fiction that delivers a moment of wonder and silence.

Over the past twenty years Op de Beeck realized numerous monumental ‘sensorial’ installations, in which he evoked what he describes as ‘visual fictions’: tactile deserted spaces as an empty set for the viewer to walk through or sit down in, sculpted havens for introspection. In many of his films though, in contrast with those depopulated spaces, he prominently depicts anonymous characters.

Hans Op de Beeck was born in Turnhout in 1969. He lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. Op de Beeck has shown his work extensively in solo and group exhibitions around the world.