Six things to do this weekend

1. Bande à part at CAB Art Center, Brussels

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What? A group show marking Baronian Gallery’s 41 years in the business with a special focus on its Belgian artists and their large-scale works.

Who? Thomas Bogaert, David Brognon & Stéphanie Rollin, Marie José Burki, Robert Devriendt, Lionel Estève, Mekhitar Garabedian, Fiona Mackay, Xavier Mary, Benoit Platéus and Helmut Stallaerts.

When? Opens Thursday 13th February (18h00 to 21h00) then runs until 15th March.

Where? CAB Art Center – 32/34 Rue Borrens (1050)

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2. Nathaniel Rackowe at Bodson Gallery, Brussels

What? A solo show, The Consequence of Light, and the opening of a new gallery space.

Who? Nathaniel Rackowe, an installation artist and sculptor whose work deals primarily with light and structure.

When? Opens Thursday 13th February (18h00 to 22h00) then runs until 15th March.

Where? Bodson Gallery – 21, Rue du Mail (1050)

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3. Black Out at Studio, Brussels

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What? Sweet and sexy electro-pop sounds set against a backdrop of nineties nostalgia.

Who? Kid Machine (Manchester), Adam Black (Paris) and Rogér (Amsterdam).

When? Saturday 15th February (23h00).

Where? Studio23, Rue du Sceptre (1050)

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4. Corridor at Rue de l’Autonomie, Brussels

What? A group show proposition put forward by Maëlle Delaplanche.

Who? Sarah-Louise Barbett, Lisa Gambey, Julie Larrouy and Maëlle Maisonneuve.

When? From Friday 14th (18h00) to Sunday 16th February (18h00).

Where? 17, Rue de l’Autonomie (1070)

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5. Amor at De Studio, Antwerp

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What? A night of erotism, classical music (in cooperation with Klara), contemporary dance performances, spoken words and jazz.

When? Saturday 15th February (19h00)

Where? De Studio – 4, Maarschalk Gérardstraat (2000)

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6. Dirk Braeckman at SMAK, Ghent

What? A contemporary interpretation of the Great War in a series of photos consisting of prints from old negatives by an unknown photographer, probably a soldier in the trenches, shown in a specially made display case.

Who? Photographer Dirk Braeckman.

When? Until 1st June .

Where? S.M.A.K – 1 Citadelpark (9000)

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