Why a lambrechts auction has a ‘special place in my heart’

In a bid to highlight the “special place” in her heart for “the art of lambreich,” Belgian artist and auctioneer, Doyle, will open the 2017 LAMBRECHTS AUCTION in the Bierkirk Gallery in Berlin on Saturday.

“Lambrecht has always been a place where the heart is,” Doyle said, “a place where it is always important to feel.

In the end, the heart will always decide who is in charge.”

“I love to work with animals,” Doyle added.

“I think it is really important to make sure that animals are not used in a cruel way.”

In her catalogue, Doyle’s LAMBEHTS collection will be accompanied by an exhibition of paintings and sculpture by Belgian artist Jean-Philippe Vannier, whose work explores the relationship between humans and animals, including the way animals have shaped human history.

The exhibition will run from Sept. 13 to Oct. 6.

“Jean-Philippes work is very important because it is not only a great work of art, but also a piece of art that was made to communicate with the human experience,” Doyle explained.

“The human experience is the key to understanding what we do with animals.”

The LAMbehts auction, which Doyle is co-curating with German artist Matthias Röhrl, will be held on Saturday, September 15 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., with a ticket selling for 1,800 euros ($1,906) for the first day.

Tickets for the next day, which runs from 10 to 4 p.k., go for 4,500 euros ($5,077).

Tickets for Doyle’s auction run through the end of October.

The Lams auction will feature works by a wide range of Belgian artists, including Philippe Vanniers art collection, a retrospective on Belgian artist, and a selection of contemporary Belgian artworks.

In a bid to highlight the “special place” in her heart for “the art of lambreich,” Belgian artist and auctioneer,…