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Behind the scenes of Kasper De Vos’ hectic studio
Inside access into Kasper De Vos' mad scientist's laboratory, with rusted scissors, scattered photographs and half-finished sculptures giving a taste of his multidimensional mind.
10 things to do in Belgium this weekend
Intimate sound sessions in Waterloo, contemporary dance explorations in Ghent and The Word Radio launch party in our very own HQ.
“I’ve always had something of a fascination for folkloric figures”: The tall tales of sculptor Eric Croes
We caught up with the artist Eric Croes in his Etterbeek studio to talk myths, artistic renewal and the clumsiness of ceramics.
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.
Sum of its parts: The patchwork oeuvre of Ghent-based artist Kasper de Vos
High-brow sensibility on "low culture" moieties with Ghent-based Kasper de Vos.
5 works by Pol Bury not to miss at BOZAR
With three weeks left to catch this extraordinary exhibition, we compile five works to prove why this show is definitely one not to miss.
Inside Michèle Matyn’s private sanctuary
Photographer Joke De Wilde headed to the Antwerp-based artist's atelier, delving deeper into the intricate mosaic that is Matyn's practice.
Inside Nadia Naveau’s Antwerp studio
In a new series of studio visits, photographer Joke De Wilde headed to the Antwerp-based artist's spacious, light-flooded Antwerp studio to capture and document the inner workings of her practice.
Highway hero Xavier Mary
The Liège-born artist's powerful poetry for the motorised age, that celebrates the country’s automotive obsession in all its glory.
The turf and textures of Caroline Le Méhauté
With both subliminal and subtle undertones, the work of artist Caroline Le Méhauté exists within the realm of space and matter.
Behind the scene at Xavier Mary’s Diesel project space
Ruins and Renaults come together in this revealing documentary series shot by the contemporary Belgian artist.
Thomas Houseago at Xavier Hufkens
With a solo show at Brussels' Xavier Hufkens Gallery, we take a look at the work of LA-based artist Thomas Houseago.
M Museum’s Eva Wittocx on Peter Buggenhout
We talk to M Museum's senior curator Eva Wittocx about her exhibition of Belgian contemporary artist Peter Buggenhout's work.
Photography, rap royalty and garden gigs. This weekend in Belgium
This weekend's a big one for all you music passionistas with favourites like Dent May, Best Coast, El-P, Graham Coxon, We Have Band and Bozar's electro fest hitting the Belgian capital, plus photography by newbie Lara Mennes and the poetic abstraction of Geert De Smet's statues...
The inner workings of Belgian artist Caroline Coolen’s studio
A final nose around the inspiring interiors of Belgium's artist spaces with a visit to visual artist Caroline Coolen's studio.
Inside Ghent-based Belgian artist Sofie Muller’s studio
The next instalment in our peeping tom series on artists' studios, we let ourselves in to Ghent-based Sofie Muller's workspace.
The weekend in London 21.06
Jack White goes solo, Eva Rothschild gets involved with school boys, Stephen Willats continues to deconstruct the role of art and The Mutant Disco crew throws a party with Bill Patrick. This is your London weekend.
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.
Fish for thought
At the Filip Kesteloot Sculpture Gallery, you are treated to the aquatic bronzes of Pieter Vanden Daele (Belgium, 1971) along with the slate and glass creations of mosaicist Sylvie Guyomard. Opening this Thursday, the artists will be on hand to talk about their art in the relaxed setting of this bijou gallery, located in the Sablon/Zavel […]
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