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“Spontaneity, openness in its reduction and subliminal humour.” Jenny Brosinski on her gestural oil paintings
Soft? Tactile Dialogues will walk you through 1970s explorations of femininity and domesticity, to fragile and kitsch wall hangings by contemporary artists. For the occasion, we’ve selected four participating artists whose work you cannot miss, kicking off with Berlin-based painter Jenny Brosinski.
“I look at life with an urge to understand its shape and core”: Elke Andreas Boon’s gaze at the brutal and vulnerable
Nothing holds Ghent's Elke Andreas Boon back as she unflinchingly tackles thorny questions on belonging and survival, pain and empathy in her wide-ranging oeuvre.
Inside the hectic whirlwind studio of Gijs Milius
A telling silhouette of one of the capital's most forward-thinking creators Gijs Milius in his natural habitat.
“I always liked a good story”: the new mythology of Kasper Bosmans
In a candid interview, the young Brussels-based artist discusses making drawing and wood sculptures from a very early age, the importance of context and why success is really such a stupid word.
Glimpsing into the private sanctuary of Arpaïs Du Bois
Intimate portraits of the working habitat of the painter-drawer.
The pertinent eclecticism of Dieter Ravyts
Young contemporary artist Dieter Ravyts talks us through his vivid portfolio, from starting points to inspirations.
Step inside Sanam Khatibi’s back house studio
Lifting part of the veil on the Iranian-born, Brussels-based painter's practice.
Inside Tom Poelmans’ Berchem studio
Step inside the Antwerp-based painter's tiny, light-flooded studio.
The drama in Robert Devriendt’s oeuvre
"Perhaps there is too much of a reality I cannot project my feelings onto, so I have to use my imagination."
The intricate and intriguing work of Brussels-based artist Sanam Khatibi
We talk interests, impulses and imbalances with the Iranian-born, Brussels-based artist.
Inside artist Tim Onderbeke’s Ghent studio
We talk space, suitability and sunlight with the Ghent-based artist.
20 shades of Jean-Baptiste Bernadet
The French-born, Brussels-based artist plays around with one of our disposable cameras.
The vivid paintings of Brussels-based artist Alejandra Hernandez
Colombian-born artist Alejandra Hernandez talks to us about her striking recent series Keep My Treasures Where I Can See Them.
M Museum’s Eva Wittocx on Sarah Morris
Curator Eva Wittocx shares a word with us on British artist Sarah Morris and her work currently on display at Museum M in Leuven.
Painter Frédéric Dumoulin
Following the opening of his solo show at Island, artist Frédéric Dumoulin discusses his work, its starting points and influences.
Sarah Morris at Museum M Leuven
Exhibiting at Museum M Leuven, Sarah Morris explores urban power structures with her abstract, bright and graphic paintings.
Adelheid De Witte
Artist Adelheide de Witte on her latest series of painting, Guest rooms, that she'll be showing in her Gent studio this weekend.
Curator talk: Frits Gierstberg on Faces now
We put a few questions to the curator of Bozar's recently opened group show of portrait photography, FACES NOW.
A conversation with artist Sophie Kuijken
We sit down with Belgian painter Sophie Kuijken to talk about random internet searches, escaping artistic trends and painting people.
A look at artist Sophie Kuijken’s latest work
Our series of artists' portfolio reviews continues with Belgian painter Sophie Kuijken.
Inside Brussels painter Karen Vermeren’s studio
In part three of our series on artists' spaces, we pay a visit to Brussels-based painter Karen Vermeren's studio.
In our second studio visit of the month, we drop in on Belgian painter Tom Liekens, who let us into his Antwerp studio for an exclusive peak around.
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.
The weekend 12.01
With exhibitions by American artist Shirley Jaffe, Belgian Fauvist Ferdinand Schirren and fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh, as well as shows on the Brazilian design scene and the best album artworks of 2011, the start of the year sure is high on culture.
Hans Op de Beeck’s stark realities
Although many artists describe themselves as ’multi media artists’, few deserve the tag as much as Brussels-based Hans Op de Beeck.
Gone in 12 hours: Art Asylum
There’s something about spontaneous, one-off initiatives that gets our clocks ticking. You see, we’re firm believers in ‘mix-and-we’ll-see’ creative collisions, preferring the unknown to the predictable, the loose-ended to the pre-defined. So it was with much trepidation (and, granted, a raised eyebrow or two) that we stepped into Art Asylum, a 12-hour-only, 20-man-strong get together […]
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