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OFF Programme: Artist & curator-run spaces

Artist Club Coffre Fort

Opening on Fri 26 April from 7 pm till 10 pm

Marko Tadic
Artists Club Coffre Fort is delighted to present the first solo exhibition of Marko Tadic in Brussels and a vault. Marko Tadic turns imagined spaces into objects by creating a fragmentary space in which its potential is merely implied. This approach is continuously present in Tadic’s works regardless of the medium he uses. The untold truths, implied endings and masked histories create new realities. By using artefacts of real places, he erases their identities by charting new ones, thus creating imaginary places and indicating unrealised potentials.
Curated by Artists Club Coffre Fort

63 Rue du Houblon
1000 Brussels (city centre)
Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Sat - Sun 10 am - 6 pm or by appointment
via or Facebook PM
Tram 51, Porte de Ninove stop
Bus 86, Porte de Ninove stop

Photo: Marko Tadić, Biotecture, 2018. Artist book / drawings, 21 x 15 cm.

Artist Residency Huet-Repolt

Place Oddity
This exhibition of the French artist Damien Dion is the result of a two-months residency at Artist Residency Huet-Repolt. In this show, he decided to play with the context and singularities of the residency's place. And because he did not want to play alone, he also invited other artists, transforming an initial solo display in a group show.
Artists: Damien Dion & guest artists Alexandre Barré, Orianne Castel, Sépànd Danesh, Charlotte Hubert and Elsa Werth

42 Rue du Relais
1170 Brussels (Watermael-Boitsfort)
Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Fri to Sat 2 pm – 6 pm
Or by appointment at
Tram: 8, Solbosch stop
Bus: 95, Relais stop

Photo: © Damien Dion

Atelier Jespers

Special late night opening with drinks on Sat 27 April from 1 pm till 10 pm

Les éditions du Griffon & Victor Vasarely: inventeur de l’Op Art
In collaboration with Editions du Griffon and Julien Gonzalez, Atelier Jespers is presenting 40 prints from the original 1970's portfolios editions, Vasarelyptiques White and Black series by the Hungarian artist Victor Vasarely.

149 Avenue du Prince Héritier
1200 Brussels (Woluwe-Saint-Lambert)
Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu 1 pm - 5 pm, Fri 1 pm - 6 pm,
Sat 1 pm - 10 pm, Sun 1 pm - 6 pm
Tram: 7, 25, Georges Henri stop
Bus: 28, Vergote stop

Photo: Victor Vasarely – Donan – 1948 – 54 © Edition du Griffon (d’après une œuvre de Victor Vasarely)

Ateliers Mommen

Opening on Tuesday 23 April from 6 pm to 10 pm 

Tell me more about you
Cité des artistes for a little over a century in Brussels, les "Ateliers Mommen" was founded by his patron Félix Mommen in 1894, trader and manufacturer of artistic materials. The purpose of Tell me more about you is to reveal alternative ways of thinking and communicating in echo of current society's crisis, and to, together with the public, restore and rebuild meaning where it has gone astray in market semiotics and take the initiative on reality... inside and outside of the most resistant artist's residency in Belgium.
Artists: Pauline Brun (création sonore Diane Blondeau et dramaturgie Valérie Castan), Paco Coopa, Lise Duclaux, Jérôme Porsperger, Anna Raimondo, Tatiana Wolska and all participants.
Curated by Maëlle Delaplanche and Tatiana Wolska

37 Rue de la Charité
1210 Brussels (Saint-Josse-ten-Noode)
Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Wed to Sun 10 am to 7 pm (Fri and Sat until 10 pm)
Metro: 2, 6, Madou stop; 1, 5, Art-Lois stop
Bus: 29, 63, Madou stop

Photo: View of Salon Mommen, Credit: Axel Berhaut-Streel

A Temporary Monument for Brussels

Philippe Van Snick: Brussel Pastel Bruxelles
A Temporary Monument for Brussels is a sequence of site-specific public art commissions reflecting on the historic concept of a monument. It takes the form of five large-scale banners on Place Sainctelette which are re-imagined by a different Brussels-based artist every quarter. Previous commissions include Aline Bouvy, Valérie Mannaerts and Sarah Margnetti.
A Temporary Monument for Brussels is a project by, developed with the support of Brussels-Capital Region.
Artist: Philippe Van Snick
Curated by Thomas Caron

Sainctelettesquare - in front of Kaaitheater 
1000 Brussels (city centre)
Metro: 2, 6, Yser stop
Tram: 81, Yser stop



Le Petit Cercle Bruxellois
Group show with works by non-Belgian artists working in Brussels. In the course of the year works in the exhibition will be replaced by other pieces and the show may eventually turn into one with works by Belgian artists working in Brussels.
Curated by the team of Institut de Carton

41 Avenue de Jette
1081 Brussels (Koekelberg)
Sat 2 pm - 6 pm
or by appointment: +32 (0)485 56 52 38
Metro: 2, 6, Simonis Stop
Tram: 9, 19, Broustin Stop
Bus: 13, 87, Elisabethpark stop

Photo: Mitja Tušek, Harper Twelve, 2018. Acrylic on canvas, 240 x 140 cm.

Brasserie Atlas

Opening on Tue 23 April from 6 pm till 9 pm
Guided tour by the artist on Fri 26 april from 11 am to 2 pm
Valerie Snobeck’s exhibition reflects our culture's concerns and obsessions with environmental policy. She focuses on the framework that has built organisations such as the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C., distilling the metaphysical anxieties of environmental responsibility into human scale artworks. Snobeck dissolves boundaries of distance between the body and the architecture built to shelter and isolate bodies from their surroundings. Shifts in the accessibility and permeability of these structures create a potential for lucid contemplation and a visionary breakthrough.
Artist: Valerie Snobeck 
Curated by Catherine Bastide

15 Rue du Libre Examen
1070 Brussels (Anderlecht)
Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Wed to Sun 11 am - 7 pm
Metro: 5, Aumale stop
Tram: 81, Kuregem stop
Bus: 46, Kuregem stop
Photo: Clérin/Morin © Consortium Museum 


Opening on Tue 23 April from 6 pm till 9 pm

Jean-Baptiste Bernadet & Eva Claus
C5 intends to grant its audience experiences which tear them away from the everyday, all the while placing their feet firmly on the ground. Perceive what is sacred, yet remain anchored. That is the only way for the sacred to remain what it is in essence: never wholly uncovered. This is a slither of light creeping in through a door left ajar.
Curated by Patrick Carpentier

Passage Horta
116 Rue Marché aux Herbes
1000 Brussels (city centre)
Thu to Sat 11 am - 6 pm
Metro: 1, 5, Gare Centrale stop
Bus: 29, 38, 63, 65, 66, 86, Gare Centrale stop

Photo - Copyright: Léo Seyers

Chateau Nour

Opening on Tuesday 23 April from 6 pm till 10 pm

Grand Opening
By opening and running a common space in the former NOUR hair salon and Albert garden, Clovis XV, Komplot, Mosso, Rectangle, and SUPERDEALS are aiming to explore situations of working together. Exhibitions, workshops, residencies, and gardening projects will be unfolded to create a network in which local development and participation go hand in hand with artistic and communitarian forms of creativity.

13 Square Albert 1er
1070 Brussels (Anderlecht)
Special opening hours during the fair:
Fri to Sat 2 pm – 10 pm

Photo: © Aline Melaet


Ghost Town
Ghost Town is a collaborative exhibition by Corey Bartle-Sanderson, Oliver Durcan and Steven Gee, the founders of UK curatorial collective, IKO (It’s Kind of Hard to Explain). The title references a song titled Ghost Town, originally produced by The Specials in 1981, then covered by Kode 9 & The Space Ape in 2009. The song narrates an apocalyptic urban culture where the youth have been ‘left on the shelf ’ and ‘all the clubs have been closed down’. 
This exhibition presents a parallel reality of today in Brussels, where COHERENT has closed and the building it occupies has been abandoned. Interventions and objects inside and outside the space take the form of artworks that camouflage into the environment, scenario and conditions set by the three artists. As a younger generation emerging into the industry, the project explores the functionality and the boundaries of permanent, physical spaces as a medium to present art. 
Artists: Corey Bartle-Sanderson, Oliver Durcan and Steven Gee

59 Rue Keyenveld
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)
Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu to Sun 2 pm - 8 pm

Photo: © Matthieu Michaut


Opening and performance on Monday 22 April from 7 pm till 10 pm 
Performance on Saturday 27 April at 4 pm
Performative talk on Sunday 28 April at 4 pm

light matters
During her “light matters” research at Cunst-link, Pepa Ivanova plays with the intangible physicality of our realm. The interventions in and out of the exhibition space narrate personal experience through the flux of light reflections, refractions, and language.Time as a fluid substance measured by growth and presence is enhanced by objects and light in continued transition.
Artist: Pepa Ivanova

154 Rue Théodore Verhaegen 
1060 Bruxelles (Saint-Gilles)
Wed to Sun 2 pm - 6 pm
Tram: 81, Bethlehem stop

Photo - Copyright: Pepa Ivanova, light matters, 2018

ERG Gallery

"Uh huh, life's like this
Uh huh, uh huh, that's the way it is
Cause life's like this
Uh huh, uh huh that's the way it is"

(Avril Lavigne / Complicated)

Two days of intense experimentations in the space of ERG Gallery, including performances, paintings, sculptures, talks and music, organised by the participants of Master PAOC at ERG, Brussels.
Artists include: Master PAOC (Pratique de l'Art - Outils Critiques, Art Practice - Critical Tools)

87 rue du Page
1050 Bruxelles (Ixelles)
Thu to Fri 10 am - 5 pm
Tram: 92, Ma Campagne stop
Bus: 54, Ma Campagne stop

Photo - Copyright: Before the show. Paintings by Robin Moreels + stage by Sylvain Peeters

Greylight Projects

Current Residents and Associates
Open studios and exhibitions on documents

Opening on Fri 26 April from 5 pm till 10 pm
Brunch on Sun 28 April from 11 am till 2 pm

Documents de travail
Artist: Thomas Bernardet

Furkart ephemera
Curated by Thomas Rodriguez

Open studios
Artists: Mélanie Berger, Edith Bories, John Ryan Brubaker, Marc Buchy, Claude Cattelain, Marcin Dudek, Wouter Huis, Nicolas Lamas, Jannis Marwitz, Rune Peitersen, Kathi Seebeck, Emmanuel Van der Auwera, and Sam van Gils

11 Rue Brialmont
1210 Brussels (city centre)
Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Sat to Sun 11 am - 6 pm
Metro: 2, 6, Botanique stop
Tram: 92, 93, Botanique stop
Bus: 61, Botanique stop

Photo: Private Installation, Sculpture Project For a Billboard, Brussels, 2018 by Thomas Bernardet (Site specific intervention for Greylight Project's outdoor Billboard)



Opening Saturday 27 April from 5 pm to 10 pm with a performance by Clara Pacotte

Extasis Casual
Artist: Samuel Nicolle
Curated by Elsa Vettier

24 Rue des Petits Carmes
1000 Brussels (city center)
Sat 5 pm to 10 pm
Or by appointment at or + 32 498 70 49 18
Metro: 2, 6, Porte de Namur stop
Tram: 92, 93, Petit Sablon stop
Bus: 27, 33, 95, Petit Sablon stop


Photo: Copyright Samuel Nicolle


Push your luck
For this exhibition, artists Soohyun Choi, Olivia Hernaïz and Ruth Waters question the testing of boundaries between consumption, cognition and communication. The cautionary phrase « Don’t push your luck » is a warning to not go any further, beyond what is deemed to be currently possible.
Artists: Soohyun Choi, Olivia Hernaïz and Ruth Waters
Curated by Olivia Hernaïz

69 Rue Général Leman
1040 Brussels (Etterbeek)
Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Wed to Sun 10 am - 6 pm
Metro: 1, 5, Schuman stop
Bus: 36, 80, Leman stop

Photo: Push Your Luck. Credit: Ruth Waters



Opening on Tuesday 23 April from 6 pm till 9 pm

The artist run space L’Artichaut presents a solo show by Isabelle Woodhouse. Pushing the limits of drawing, Isabelle Woodhouse explores our notions of borders and boundaries and their fragile existence. The sensuous and immediate physicality of paper and minerals offer a vantage point from which to survey our thoughts and emotions. Where do we stand?
Artist: Isabelle Woodhouse

136 Rue Haute 
1000 Brussels (city centre) 
Wed to Sat 11 am - 6 pm 
Metro: 2, 6, Louise stop 
Tram: 92, 93, Poelaert stop 
Bus: 27, 48, Chapelle stop

Photo: Red Earth, Isabelle Woodhouse, 2019


Opening on Wednesday 24 April from 5 pm till 10 pm

Artists include: after affect, Eric Aupol, Alfonse Paul et les autres, Kevin Barois, Guillaume Chiron, Sylvain Couzinet-Jacques, Léo Fourdrinier, Joal Grange, Alexandre Guerre, Thomas Hauser, Julien Kadillac, Marie Lelouche, Leticia Martinez Perez, Alice Nikolaeva, Héloïse Rival, Julien Saudubray, Ugo Schiavi
Curated by LaMontagne (Gwenaëlle de Spa, Benjamin Ottoz and Julien Paci)

39 Rue Adolphe Lavallée
1080 Brussels (Molenbeek-Saint-Jean)
Tue to Sun 2 pm – 7 pm
Metro: 2, 6, Ribaucourt stop
Tram: 51, Ribaucourt stop
Bus: 20, 89, 129, 620, Ribaucourt stop

Photo: Exhibition view « Hors Piste », 2018 by LaMontagne (c) Benjamin Ottoz


Maison d’Art Actuel des Chartreux/ MAAC

Opening on Wednesday 24 April from 6 pm till 9 pm 

Nothing personal
This exhibition shows the result of Elodie Huet’s residency at the MAAC. Huet’s sculptures are made with everyday objects and are a fusion of the simplicity of their medium and the harmony of their shapes.
Artist: Elodie Huet
Curated by Nancy Suarez 

26-28 Rue des Chartreux
1000 Brussels (city centre)
Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu 11 am – 5 pm, Fri to Sun 12 pm – 6 pm
Metro: 1, 5, De Brouckère stop
Tram: 3, 4, Bourse stop
Bus: 33, 86, Bourse stop

Photo: Elodie Huet, Mixtape, 2015. Rubans adhésif / parcel tape, ∅ 38 cm

Moliere Project

Opening on Wed 24 April at 6 pm

Moliere Project is an exhibition venue and a meeting place for artists and curators, which takes place at a rate of three exhibitions per year in the Lycée Molière. This eighth Edition presents ‘Speakeasy: It doesn’t take much more than a bottle of wine, two chairs, three artists and you’, an exhibition by Charlotte Flamand, Lola Martins-Coignus and Emilie Terlinden.
Artists: Charlotte Flamand, Lola Martins-Coignus, Emilie Terlinden
Curated by Moliere Project

21 Avenue Franklin Roosevelt
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)
Sat to Sun 10 am - 8 pm or by appointment at
Tram: 25, 94 - Bus: 71, 72, ULB stop

Photo © Moliere Project

n0dine projectroom

Opening on Wednesday 24 April from 6 pm to 9 pm

The work of AnneMarie Maes makes the invisible visible. Her research has always been on the borderline between nature, art and science. She creates with a range of biological, digital and traditional media, including bacteria and other organisms. The choice of materials is a primary aspect of her artworks. The physical and aesthetic features of the materials she works with determine the forms of the individual sculptures, objects or textiles. Her artworks are appealing to touch and smell, but as well they attract the spectator in an aesthetic and visual way.
Artist: AnneMarie Maes

105 Rue de Laeken
1000 Brussels (city centre)
Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu to Sun 2 pm - 6 pm
Metro: 1, 5, De Brouckère stop
Bus: 17, 88, De Brouckère stop

Photo: Caput – Scanning Electron Micrograph print on Hahnemühle paper – 165cm x 220cm


Opening Sunday 28 April from 2 pm to 6 pm

dara dara
Visual and sound artists Rie Nakajima, Aki Onda, Akio Suzuki and David Toop, present a durational performance hovering in the liminal space between installation and concert. Through complex and diverse uses of objects, instruments and the performing bodies, the installation reorients an experience of space and time.
The duration of the event is four hours. Audience members are free to quietly leave and enter at their own discretion.
Artists: Rie Nakajima, Aki Onda, Akio Suzuki and David Toop
Curated by Q-O2 workspace (Julia Eckhardt, Henry Andersen, Caroline Profanter)

La Senne
88 Rue de la Senne
1000 Brussels
Sun 2 pm to 6 pm
Tram: 51, 82, Porte d'Anderlecht stop; 3, 4, Anneessens stop

Photo: Leach Pottery brush, 2018. © Photo by David Toop


SB34 residents open studios & crossover on the pool 
The resident artists welcome the public at their studios, while downstairs, in "the pool", a crossover project takes place.
Artists: Henry Andersen, Dóra Benyó, David Beylemans, Vanessa Disler, Alix Dussart, Marjolein Guldentops, Alicia Jeannin, Julie Krakowski, Jules Lagrange, Julie Larrouy, Maëlle Maisonneuve, Léa Mayer, Rokko Miyoshi, Sandrine Morgante, Jacopo Pagin, Niels Poiz, Lucien Roux and Charlie Usher.

34 rue Saint-Bernard 
ground floor
1060 Brussels (Saint-Gilles) 
Special opening hours during the fair:
Fri to Sun 2 pm - 6 pm 
Tram: 92, 97, Faider stop

Photo: Julie Larrouy, panoramic for a land, 2018, detail


Calculated Chance
The exhibition explores how artists let go of control and let in chance, while exploring operations of probability, combinatory, contingency and serendipity.
Artists include: Eva Barto, Jérémie Bennequin, Claude Closky, David de Tscharner, Herman de Vries, Karen Ann Donnachie & Andy Simionato, Robert Filliou, Michel François, Marine Hugonnier, Christian Janowski, jodi, LAb[au], Sébastien Lacomblez, Manfred Mohr, Jonathan Monk, Frieder Nake, Michalis Pichler, Man Ray, Yann Sérandour, Peter Struycken, Gerhard von Graevenitz, Elsa Werth.

106 Rue Vanderstichelen
1080 Brussels (Molenbeek-Saint-Jean)
Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu to Sun 11 am - 7 pm
Tram: 51, Vanderstichelen stop
Bus: 14, 89, Picard stop

Photo: Robert Filliou, Eins. Un. One, 1984 - Ilmari Kalkkinen - MAMCO, Geneva



I am not a ghost
For his exhibition in V2Vingt, Pieter Geenen continues his exploration of the photographic medium with a selection of images made around the closed Armenia-Turkey border. He presents fragments which, through their abstraction, challenge our relation with images and memory. Through his own association with time and duration, the artist further explores the physical space of the landscape, in connection with the notion of public space.
Artist: Pieter Geenen
Curated by Nicolas de Ribou

20 Rue Vanderlinden
1030 Brussels (Schaerbeek)
Sat 4 pm to 8 pm or by appointment
Tram: 25, 32, 55, 62, 92, 93, Liedts stop

Photo: Copyright Pieter Geenen

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