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Didier Vervaeren on The Belgians at BOZAR
With The Belgians, his recently-opened exhibition at Bozar, Didier Vervaeren lays out the ins and outs of this curatorial project.
7 Belgian contemporary art world insiders to follow on Instagram
Selected Instagram feeds for all the contemporary art world news you need.
Photographer Griet Van de Velde
We talk to photographer Griet Van de Velde about her artistic practice and the two men instrumental to her visual narrative.
Pass. A group show deep in the Flemish Ardennes.
We take a stroll through a monumental group show set within the bare landscapes of Belgium's Flemish Ardennes.
15 galleries to visit at Art Brussels
We've toured the halls to handpick the 15 galleries to visit during Art Brussels. We've also added six concerts to the mix.
Belgian photographer Lara Gasparotto at Berlin’s Kromus + Zink gallery
With her solo show in Berlin opening on Friday, we catch up with Belgian photographer Lara Gasparotto
Curator talk: Devrim Bayar on Le Musée des Erreurs
WIELS curator Devrim Bayar talks about her latest show, Pierre Leguillon's Le Musée des Erreurs.
Gilbert Fastenaekens at Botanique
We preview veteran Brussels-based photographer Gilbert Fastenaekens' retrospective at Botanique.
Exhibition view: The Word presents The Belgian Six at Bozar
A few exhibition views of our exhibition, The Word presents The Belgian Six, that opened in Brussels last night.
Curator talk: Devrim Bayar and Robert Heinecken
We talk starting points and focus with Devrim Bayar, curator of Wiels' recently opened exhibition on Robert Heinecken.
Michaël Borremans at Bozar
Exhibition views of Bozar's hotly-anticipated Michaël Borremans quasi-retropspective, As sweet as it gets.
Ten things to do in Belgium this weekend
Our weekly round-up of cultural showstoppers marks its return this week with a 10-strong selection of agenda fillers.
Opening tonight: Parallax Scrolling group show
A group show presenting the works of six upstart Brussels-based artists.
Photographer Nicolas Karakatsanis ‘Adjusting Infinity’ at Alice
Nicolas Karakatsanis' characteristic emotional intensity is back for an exhibition at the Alice Gallery
Group show We do not remember the Berlin Wall opens tomorrow in Brussels
The 12 multidiscipline artists that make up Emilie Pischedda & Barthélémy Schöller's group show bring new blood to an old city.
Art Brussels’ 30th edition
The 30th edition of Art-Brussels opened last night and we were there to take the temperature and give you our pick of must-sees.
With his exhibition at Bodson Emelinckx Gallery having just opened, we sit down with Brussels-based cut-up artist Christopher Coppers to talk about his biggest show to date, the state of TV and Belgian politicians singing the wrong national anthem.
OpenSoon supports businesses with an attitude
In a fresh bid to add character to your local shopping strip, the Belgian government has launched OpenSoon, an initiative that puts independence and creativity back at the heart of your community by supporting young upstarts in their retail adventures. We profile four of these subsidised projects, starting this week with Brussels-based jewellery shop-come-talent-plateform Joya.
Exhibition: You are here!
Tomorrow will see the opening of You Are Here!, and exhibition that gathers contemporary artists whose works explore the notion of territory and is part of the Brussels Art Fair’s side program. The ideas of maps, trails, space, borders, landscapes and explorations are evoked through photographs, videos, drawings, paintings or sculptures by artists Caspar, Katie Holten, Dan Graham, […]
Naked and bare
Cultural life in Brussels might shift into lower gear during the summer but contrary to popular belief, it does not die and disappear into a vortex of oblivion. Amongst the recommendable activities available to those whom, by choice or by necessity, will spend the better days of the summer in the city, the opening of […]
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