LMNO was established in 2016 by Natacha Mottart, Christophe Veys, and Olivier Legrain. The gallery aims to bridge the gap between life sciences and contemporary art.


LMNO supports artists whose work fosters dialogue across various fields of knowledge, including science, history, literature, and politics. We showcase artists prioritizing environmental and social issues.


Since June 2021, LMNO has operated an artist residency program at Bois de Fa, a 6.5-hectare experimental garden in Grez-Doiceau, located in Brabant Wallon. The garden was designed, developed, and maintained by a team of specialists.


The residency aims to encourage innovative and experimental artistic projects that draw inspiration from the spirit of the place, exploring the future possibilities of a humanity that reconciles Nature and Culture.