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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 istvan.ist@gmail.com or Facebook PM
Tram 51, Porte de Ninove stop
Bus 86, Porte de Ninove stop

www.gregoiremotte.com

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

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

www.atelierjespers.com

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


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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

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

2019 Brasserie Atlas 308 x 244

Brasserie Atlas

Opening on Tue 23 April from 6 pm till 9 pm
 
Valerie Snobeck & Oscar Tuazon
Catherine Bastide brings together, for the first time, the work of Valérie Snobeck and
Oscar Tuazon at the brewery Brasserie Atlas. This post-industrial building will host art works that were created especially for this exhibition, in support of Oscar Tuazon's project ‘Los Angeles Water School (LAWS)’.
Artists: Valerie Snobeck, Oscar Tuazon
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: Vue de la Brasserie Atlas, Jonas Meier

C5

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

www.c5space.com

Photo - Copyright: Léo Seyers

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, Amélie Bouvier, John Ryan Brubaker, Marc Buchy, Marcin Dudek, Wouter Huis, Joséphine Kaeppelin, Jannis Marwitz, Rune Peitersen, Kathi Seebeck, Emmanuel Van der Auwera, 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

www.greylightprojects.org


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

 

Island

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

www.islandisland.be

Photo: Push Your Luck. Credit: Ruth Waters

 

Maison d’Art Actuel des Chartreux/ MAAC

Nothing personal. Exposition de fin de résidence: Élodie Huet
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.
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 

www.maac.be

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


Moliere Project

Opening on Wed 24 April at 6 pm

Speakeasy
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 info.moliereproject@gmail.com
Tram: 25, 94 - Bus: 71, 72, ULB stop

Photo © Moliere Project

Société

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, Claude Closky, David de Tscharner, Robert Filliou, Michel François, Christian Jankowski, LAb[au], Manfred Mohr, Jonathan Monk, François Morellet, Yann Sérandour, Elsa Werth, and many others.

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

www.societe-d-electricite.com


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

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