The exhibition to go to: Antoine Bouillot
After having infiltrated the Parisian fashion world aged barely 16 – where he worked on catwalk scenography, became artistic director and created identities for luxury brands such as Lanvin, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Sampar or Gaspard Yurkievich – Antoine Bouillot decided to have a go at movie directing, before settling for visual arts. Visibly inspired – or affected – by his previous experience, the French artist’s vision of art became one of a tautological provocation with the world of luxury as an alibi, resulting in a body of work that accuses as much as it celebrates these two worlds.
Until 29th October
A.L.I.C.E. Gallery, Rue du pays de Liège 4 – 1000 Brussels
The concert to catch: Teeth
Being touted as Karl Lagerfeld‘s favourite new band certainly raises the stakes. Fortunately, Teeth‘s electro-noise-pop lives up to the hype. Playful, fresh, stylish minimalistic yet very punchy, cynics might describe the Dalston trio as yet another bunch of hipsters, but who cares – they put on a good show and that’s all that counts, right?
Botanique, Rue Royale 236 Koningsstraat – 1210 Brussels
Watch the video of the single Care Bear:
The auction to go to: Second Hand Second Life
Acclaimed Belgian designers will once more present one of a kind creations made from second hand goods for the 9th edition of the now famous Petits Riens / Spullenhulp fashion show, which is auctioned at the end of the show to raise funds for the non-profit organisation.
Tour & Taxis, Avenue du Port 86C A Havenlaan – 1000 Brussels
The night out: Audiorama
With Dan D, a veteran of the Berlin club scene Panorama Bar, Maria am Ostbahnhof or Club der Visionäre) set to man the decks, The Wood‘s Audiorama night promises to bring a little Berlin to Brussels this weekend. And, with Koln’s Audio Werner joining Dan D for a double-whammy of house goodness, the night’s guaranteed to go on until the early hours…
The Wood, Avenue de Flore 3 Floralaan – 1000 Brussels