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Blondiau exhibited in Galleries in Amsterdam(Mokum Gallery), London (Hicks Gallery, Cavaliero Finn Gallery, Gagliardi Gallery) and in Brussels (Arthus Gallery, Galerie Chapitre 12) and in several art fairs. In 2014 two paintings of Blondiau were selected for an exhibition of the Dulwich Picture Gallery (London). In 2018, the London County House commissioned two large paintings currently on permanent show. In 2023 the Royal Academy of Art (London) selected one painting of Blondiau for its Summer exhibition. In 2023. one painting of Blondiau was shortlisted for the 2023 Painting of the Year. 

Selected solo and group shows

2023: Royal Academy of Art, London, Summer Exhibition, UK

2023: Mokum Gallery, Amsterdam, Summer show 

2023: Kunst RAI Amsterdam with Mokum Gallery 

2023: Gallery Zone, Leiden, Netherlands

2022 : Arthus Gallery, Brussels, Belgium

2022:  Katwijk Museum, Katwijk, Netherlands

2021:  Montulet gallery, Den Haag, Netherlands (ongoing)

2018: London County Hall - London, United Kingdom

2014: Dulwich Picture Gallery - London, United Kingdom

2013: JP art Gallery, Battersea, United Kingdom

2012: Cavaliero Finn Gallery / AAF - London, United Kingdom

2009: Gallery Bergamoff - Brussels, Belgium

2008: Hicks Gallery - Wimbledon, United Kingdom

2007: Gagliardi gallery - London, United Kingdom

2006: Quantum gallery - London AAF - london, United Kingdom

2005: Quantum gallery - London AAF - London, United Kingdom

2004: Gallery Chapter 12 - Brussels - Brussels, Belgium

2003: Gallery of the European Commission - Brussels, Belgium

2002: Gallery BLABLA - Brussels, Belgium

2001: Gallery Arthus - Brussels, Belgium (see press release)

1999: Resonans Gallery- Gent, Belgium


Permanent collection

County Hall Art / London, United Kingdom

Blondiau studied painting at the Art Academy of Braine l’Alleud, Belgium (Prof V. Baetens) and at Brussels Visual Art School La Cambre School, Belgium (Prof. B.Lorge) as a non-enrolled student.  Blondiau lived in London from 2003 to 2019 and moved to the Netherlands in 2020.  

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