Dauwens & Beernaert is a contemporary art gallery founded by Laurence Dauwens and Joris Beernaert. The gallery is located in a former bank building built in 1876. The location has a rich history hosting high profile shows, including artists such as Andy Warhol and Donald Judd. Dauwens & Beernaert's focus is on the primary art market and the promotion of works by young emerging artists. In the primary sector, the gallery covers a broad spectrum of contemporary artistic practices, from figurative paintings to video work and minimalistic to conceptual work.

The gallery also publishes catalogues and editions in close collaboration with the represented artists, in order to promote and distribute their work.

Artists of Dauwens & Beernaert gallery are presented in major public - and private collections among which Museum Voorlinden (NL), S.M.A.K. (BE), Mudel (BE), Nobel & Hug, Rechtsanwälte collection (CH), Gilila's P.O.C. (BE), ELEVENSTEENS (BE), NAK (De), Mu.Zee (BE), Vlaamse Kunstcollectie (BE), Frederic de Goldschmidt collection (BE)