Familiar faces at the opening of Emmanuel Van Der Auwera’s exhibition, now on show at Brussels’ Harlan Levey Projects.

In a series of photographs that attests to the local contemporary scene’s tight-knit nature, Brussels-based artist Emmanuel Van Der Auwera‘s disposable antics capture the opening night of his powerful and politically-poignant exhibition ‘Everything now is measured by after’ – one of the most hauntingly relevant exhibitions we’ve seen in a while – that runs until 4th March in Ixelles’ unassuming Harlan Levey Projects. Don’t sleep, the installation is an absolute must.

Bess Stonehouse polarizes her fingers

Dudek, Jongeleen with heater, window, phone and gallery souvenirs

Egon Van Herreweghe

European Commission filter

Gallerist wonders what artist is doing in his sink

Haseeb Ahmed talks to Deputy Head of Unit to the European Commission Scientific Advise Mechanise Jeremy Bray

Kurt Snoekx from Bruzz turns his head

Kurt Snoekx from Bruzz

Laure is an amazing photographer

She also has a great smile

Guests at opening

stars and stripes

tripods and bipods