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Be-Part presents the first solo exhibition in Belgium by Caroline Achaintre

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Be-Part presents the first solo exhibition in Belgium by Caroline Achaintre (° 1969, Toulouse, lives and works in London). More

Invitation Press Preview René Heyvaert & Vasco Araújo in M Leuven


After briefly working as an architect, René Heyvaert (1929-1984) decided to pursue a career as an artist. More

The Invisible Mark: a book that gives a unique insight in the soul of interior designer Élise Van Thuyne

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Luster publishes The Invisible Mark, a book that provides a unique insight into the soul of the work of interior designer Élise Van Thuyne. More

Xavier Hufkens presents a two-venue exhibition of new paintings and collages by Sterling Ruby

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Xavier Hufkens presents a two-venue exhibition of new paintings and collages by Los Angeles-based artist Sterling Ruby. More

German based Galerie Zink opens a new space in Brussels


German based Galerie Zink is opening a temporary gallery project in Rue de la Régence in Brussels, where it will show artists from their programme, both Belgian and international. More

Modern Shapes Gallery and Atelier Jespers present a solo show by Enric Mestre

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Modern Shapes Gallery presents a solo exhibition of Spanish ceramicist Enric Mestre (°1936, lives and works in Valencia, Spain) in the beautiful artistic avant-garde space of Atelier Jespers. More

Tim Van Laere Gallery presents a solo exhibition of Ben Sledsens

Tim Van Laere Gallery is pleased to present Two Trees, the second solo exhibition of Ben Sledsens (°1991 Antwerp, lives and works in Antwerp). For this show, Sledsens presents large-scale canvases in which he transforms daily life, literary characters, animal portraits and elements of (art)history into his own private utopia. More

Art on Paper 2018: from 6 to 9 September at BOZAR

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Art on Paper, the Belgian art fair devoted to contemporary drawing, will present 50 Belgian and international galleries in BOZAR, offering in the heart of Brussels, 5O solo shows from established and emerging artists: the best of contemporary drawing. More

On the opening of the Art Basel fair, the Belgian gallery Sofie Van de Velde was rewarded with the prestigious FEAGA INNOVATION AND CREATIVITY AWARD. The European Gallery Awards ceremony took place in the presence of Ernst Hilger, President of the FEAGA Award and Marc Spiegler, Global Director of Art Basel. More

‘Trompe l’oeil’ is the first solo exhibition of atelier lachaert dhanis at Gallery FUMI, London


Gallery FUMI presents Trompe l’oeil, Sofie Lachaert & Luc d’Hanis’ first solo exhibition with the gallery. Unveiling works that move effortlessly from art to design, the show draws on the artists’ uniquely recognisable aesthetics. More

Mafestival, the internationally renowned festival for early music, pays tribute to the women

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The 55th edition of the MAfestival, the leading festival for early music in Bruges, pays tribute to the women in music. Under the heading Cherchez la femme, the 2018 edition of the MAfestival scans early music on the lookout for the female voice. More

Philippe Piessens presents work by the by the Pécs Workshop, a Hungarian neo-avant-garde artist group

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Philippe Piessens presents a selection of works by the Pécs Workshop, a neo-avant-garde artist group who were active on the Hungarian arts scene between 1969 and 1980. More

Kristof De Clercq gallery presents a solo exhibition by Jürgen Partenheimer

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Kristof De Clercq gallery presents the first solo exhibition by Jürgen Partenheimer in Belgium since his comprehensive show at S.M.A.K. in 2002. More

IBASHO presents a solo exhibition of Hong Kong artist YAN Kallen

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In his solo-exhibition 'In Between the Light and Darkness', Hong Kong artist YAN Kallen pays tribute to the passion and processes of the craftsmen and artisans in Kyoto. Kallen has always been interested in the relationship between human and nature. More

Sofie Middernacht and Maarten Alexander at Ingrid Deuss Gallery

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Belgian-Dutch artist duo Sofie Middernacht and Maarten Alexander present their new ‘Like today, but more like forever’ series at Ingrid Deuss Gallery. With these vulnerable photographic works, consisting of multiple layered scans of pill boxes, the duo seeks the boundaries of photography and conceptual art. More

Modern Shapes gallery presents a solo exhibition by the Canadian architect and sculptor David Umemoto

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Modern Shapes gallery in Antwerp presents a solo exhibition by the Canadian architect and sculptor David Umemoto. The work of Umemoto could be placed somewhere in between architecture, arts and design. More

The second solo exhibition of Belgian artist Peter Morrens opens at Kristof De Clercq gallery

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The second solo exhibition by Peter Morrens  opens at Kristof De Clercq gallery. Morrens is working on a multi-faceted oeuvre, comprising of drawings, photographs, installations and performances. More

Poème Brut at Design Museum Ghent: a focus on designers’ renewed interest in crafts and materials

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The exhibition Poème Brut’ at design Museum Ghent highlights designers’ renewed interest in crafts, local techniques and materials. In recent years, their focus has shifted to manufacturing processes and materiality as a counterpoint to globalisation and dematerialisation.  More


Tim Van Laere Gallery presents Always Trust The Artist, a group exhibition that brings together 7 artists and the artist collective Gelatin. The exhibition presents paintings, drawings and sculptures that testify the strong individual vision of each artist. More

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studio MOTO, a young Belgian architectural firm, is designing 10 new friteries (the typical Belgian snack kiosks serving fries) at prominent locations in Brussels. The eye-catchers of the design are the reflecting mirror facade and the striking neon lighting on top of each friterie. More

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IBASHO presents an exhibition by young Tokyo-based photographer Tokyo Rumando (1980). In her work, Rumando is the photographer, the bystander, the performer, the theme as well as the director. More

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Kristof De Clercq gallery presents ‘Islands and Objects’, the first solo exhibition in Belgium by Nahum Tevet, a central figure in Israel’s contemporary art scene for more than four decades. More

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Under the name ‘Sleeping with the eyes wide open’, artist duo Sofie Lachaert and Luc Dhanis offer extraordinary accommodation formulas with scenographies and services tailored to their guests.  More


IBASHO presents a solo show of Japanses photographer Munemasa Takahashi's, presenting his project 'Laying Stones' as well as 'The Lost & Found Project'. 


Tim Van Laere Gallery presents its first solo exhibition by German-American artist Anke Weyer, featuring the artist’s large-scale oil and acrylic paintings and a series of pastel drawings. More


Sofie Van de Velde is collaborating with fashion label CAPARA for the creation of a spectacular three day event that combines art, fashion and performance.

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From 7 September onwards, acclaimed Belgian artist Rinus Van de Velde is presenting new works at Tim Van Laere Gallery in. Van de Velde is one of the leading figures of the Belgian contemporary art scene.  More

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PLUS-ONE Gallery presents a solo project of the Belgian artist Sven 't Jolle (1966, Antwerp) from 7 September. The exhibition is a unique opportunity to (re)discover the artist's oeuvre in his hometown. More

IBASHO presents a solo exhibition of the Japanese photographer Motohiro Takeda. Takeda’s forte lies in camera-less photography. More

Ingrid Deuss Gallery presents a solo exhibition of Tine Guns, who explores human perception, the role of memory and the fragmented notion of time. More

Female Force from Japan: 12 young Japanese female photographers exhibit at IBASHO Gallery in Antwerp. More


Live or Die: a duo exhibition with Philippe Vandenberg and Bruce Nauman at Sofie Van de Velde. More

150 paintings and drawings of Belgian artist Philippe Vandenberg (1952-2009) presented at Hauser & Wirth New York. More