Caroline Notté has made choices like nobody else. Firstly, in her career history. This demanding and multifaceted artist – as she likes to describe herself – wanted to master a wide range of options, right from the start. Art first, at the Académie des Arts de la Ville de Bruxelles. Then architecture at La Cambre. And even photography, for which went as far as exiling herself to New York in 2001. With her training behind her, Caroline Notté then undertook internships. The latter enabled her to rub shoulders with the likes of Marc Corbiau and Lionel Jadot, two giants of the Belgian architectural scene. Then came the time to go it alone. Caroline Notté then opened her own studio to which she added an art gallery a year ago. A passion within one that is even more outstanding: a building that is the former home of architect Louis Herman De Koninck […]
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