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Eran Schaerf – Levantine Line Library
Curated by Suchan Kinoshita. 

41 Avenue de Jette
1081 Brussels (Koekelberg)


Opening hours:
Sat: 3 pm – 6 pm 

Also open by appointment:

©Linea Imperiale, Lookbook #7, 2022 Digital print on vinyl reinforced tissue, die-cut, elastic rope


Ada Ventura

Tender Wires is the tenth exhibition hosted by Ada Ventura, and brings together the work of Julien Auregan, Kamil Bouzoubaa Grivel, Marie Joos, Florence Laprat and Amat de la Gueye. Tender Wires evokes the wandering of a character in a dichotomous world between fiction, reality, natural and superficial, where its modified memory is the only link to his troubled identity. The exhibition brings together multidisciplinary practices flirting with digital but also crafts implying the notion of nostalgia in a strange world with fragmented temporality.

33 Avenue de l’hippodrome
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)

Vernissage during Art Brussels: 25 April
Opening hours during Art Brussels: 
Wed – Sun: 2 pm – 6 pm 
Sat – Sun: 3 pm – 7 pm


The Agprognostic Temple

Taping Time
The Agprognostic Temple, a nomadic, curatorial Gesamtkunstwerk focused on art and spirituality, will realise an architectural make-over of the vitrine of NICC and present a work by the American artist Zebedee Armstrong (1911-1993). The work, that remains hidden in The Cube of The Unknown during the entire course of the exhibition, will only be revealed on the last day of the exhibition, on May 1 at 3:33. Curated by Dome Wood and Sam Steverlynck.

1 Rue Lambert Crickx 
1070 Brussels (Anderlecht)

Vernissage: Sun 1 May, 3:33 pm: Unveiling of The Cube 
Window exhibition


© Portrait Zebedee Armstrong, Courtesy galerie christian berst

A two dogs company

A Two Dogs Company

Met fotografie, sculpturen, schilderijen & installaties van: Barthélemy Antoine-Lœff Alexis Destoop Justine Emard Gloria Friedmann Ritsart Gobyn Kiki Smith Kris Verdonck Cindy Wright Met performances van: Nick Steur Kris Verdonck Michael Schmid Yannick Guédon. Curated by:  A two Dogs Company / Kris Verdonck

41 Rue Adolphe Lavallée 1080 Brussels (Molenbeek)

23 April – 8 May 2022 
Sat and Sun : 2 pm – 6 pm
30 April and 1st May at 4 pm and 5 pm performance : Kris Verdonck – PATENT HUMAN ENERGY

 A Two Dogs Company 

© Barthélemy Antoine-Lœff, Soleil Noir, installation, 2017


Atelier Jespers

The curator Jean-François Declercq is delighted to present the solo show ‘Witness’ of the Brussels-based sculptor Alexandra Leyre Mein at Atelier Jespers during the OFF Parcours of Art Brussels Fair 2022. The Dutch-Belgian artist will reveal a series of penetrating sculptures, exploring the human body and mind, unveiling the beauty and brutality, the ethereal and palpable. 

149 Avenue du Prince Héritier
1200 Brussels (Woluwe-Saint-Lambert)

Opening on Sat 30 April, 2 pm – 9 pm
Special opening hours during Art
Fri: 2 pm – 6 pm
Sat: 2 pm – 9 pm
Sun: 2 pm – 6 pm



Bn PROJECTS - Maison Grégoire

Bye Bye His-Story, chapter U
Deriving its inspiration from Bye Bye His-Story, chapter 5050, which took place last year at CGII, guest curator Lazy Susan decided to focus on the invitation of male artists (from 8 to 80 years old) with very different practices but all addressing in a specific way issues raised by a revisited and questioned approach to masculinity. Not without humour of course. Curated by Lazy Susan. 

292 Dieweg
1180 Brussels (Uccle)

Sat: 2 pm – 6 pm

Isidore Böhlke, photo by Zinaïda Tchelidze


Greylight Projects

Eva Gold & Elisabeth Molin
Curated by Brenda Guesnet for Lock Up International, a transient project space in storage units worldwide.

1180 Brussels, exact location communicated upon booking. 

Open by appointment from 28.04 – 29.05.2022. 

For appointment and location details call +32/498.399.800 or email


KULT XL Ateliers

Artists: Robberto and Milena Atzori

23 Rue Wiertz
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)

Opening hours:
Wed: 2 pm – 7 pm
Thu: 12 noon – 7 pm
Fri: 12 noon – 7 pm
Sat and Sun: 11 am – 8 pm

© Robberto & Milena Atzori



The artist: Claude Cattelain. Starting from the floor of the building, assembling structures that are initially horizontal, linked to the extent of some of our landscapes, to straighten them out into partitions, walls, which we will have to cross at all costs. 

60 rue de l’Escaut
1080 Brussels 

Vernissage: Thu 28 April 5 pm – 10 pm 
Opening hours:
Fri, Sat and Sun: 12 noon – 7 pm

© Claude Cattelain, 6, To the Bone, 2022, Kunsthal Extra City, We Document Art, web, Tara D’Arquian



Artists include: Hendrik Czakinski, Kurar, Dan Rawlings, VLP et ZEVS. Curated by Arnaud Turbez – ART TOGETHER. 

39 Rue Adolphe Lavallée 
1080 Brussels (Molenbeek-Saint-Jean)

Tue 28/04 : 3 pm – 7 pm
Fri 29/04 : 3 pm – 7 pm
Sat 30/04 : 3 pm – 9 pm 
Sun 01/05 : 3 pm – 9 pm  

La Part du Feu/ le maga

La Part du Feu/ le Maga

Ghost Stories
Artist: Mélanie Berger.
Curated by Célestin Pierret. 

56 Avenue Jean Volders
1060 Brussels (Saint-Gilles)

Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thursday 28/04 : 1pm – 8 pm
Friday 29/04 : 1 p m – 8 pm
Saturday 30/04 : 1 pm – 8 pm
And by appointment :

Picture @ Regular Studio – Mélanie Berger – Exhibition view “le théâtre de l’inertie”, L’être-lieu, Arras, 2021



Un grand Amour suffit
An exhibition gathering 12 emerging artists whose artworks reinvent our perception of everyday situations.
In the presence of the curators and several artists. Arstists presented: Yan Vanderme, Estelle Saignes, Tanguy Poujol, Lionel Pennings, Tom Lowe, Benoît Jacquemin, Romane Iskaria, Yu Fujiwara, Xavier Duffaut, Leen Van Dommelen, Hervé Charles, Claude Cattelain and Augustina Banyte. Curated by Valentine Himpens-David and Hervé Charles. With support from the Foundation Willame

18 Rue Lebeau
1000 Brussels 

Exhibition : From the 27th of April to the 1st of May/ 4pm -10pm

Opening : 26th of April / 6pm – 10pm


Pepper's Ghost & Mennowski

Through the sheen, a landscape
Artist presented Tom Hallet. Curated by Siemen Van Gaubergen. 

76 Rue Josaphat
1030 Brussels (Schaerbeek)

Opening hours :
Everyday : 10 am – midnight 
Vernissage during Art Brussels : Fri 29/04 with Tom Hallet. 



Parking Me
Artists include: Mona Ivy, Fabrice Schneider et Zinaïda Tchelidze

87 boulevard Clovis
1000 Brussels

Special opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu 28 April: 2pm  – 8 pm
Fri 29 April to Sun 1 May: 2 pm – 6 pm 

and by appointment

© The artists 



Virtual Landscapes
Landscapes have always been an important theme in art history. The digital world offers new horizons, based on limiteless possibilities and the quest for a new reality. The works in the exhibition illustrate various forms of investigations into the virtual landscapes. 

19 Rue de la Senne
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Opening on Wed 27 April
Wed to Sun: 1:30 pm – 6 pm

© Michael Bell-Smith, Continue 2000, video

Société d'electricité

Artist presented: Béatrice Balcou. The artist will install a series of new sculptures in the window and gallery of Société, part of the series of “Pieces Assistantes” that aim to physically and conceptually support the works of other artists by listening to their needs. These sculptures enter into dialogue with the physical space of Société as sedimentary layers of actions and relationships. Curated by: Els Vermang.

106 Rue Vanderstichelen 1080 Brussels (Molenbeek-Saint-Jean)

Vernissage during Art Brussels: Tue 26 April.  
Opening hours during Art Brussels: 10 am – 5 pm

© Béatrice Balcou, M Museum, Leuven. Photo© Miles Fischler, 2019



Week-end at Triphasé ² + Aquaturf
Artists presented: Pour Week-end at Triphasé ² : Abel Jallais, Alice Pandolfo, Amat Gueye, Antoine Carbonne, Antoinette d’Ansembourg, Frizbee Ceramics, Harold Lechien, Honorine Pardon, Jonas Moënne, Naoki Karathanassis, Nicolas Zanoni et Zoé Van den Boogaerde.

Pour Aquaturf : Marine Coutelas, Michaël Debatty, Maya de Mondragon, Arnaud Eubelen, Jot Fau, Amat Gueye, Eva Lhoest, Julien Meert, Héloïse Rival, Kevin Senant, Sophie Varin, Maarten Van Roy, Raphaël Lecoqierre et Pierre yves Boisramé. Curated by: Antoine Carbonne


58B Boulevard Poincaré
1070 Brussels (Anderlecht)

Fri 29/03 : 5 pm – 8 pm 
Sat 30/03 : 2 pm – 6 pm 
Sun 01/04 : 2 pm – 6 pm 
On appointment

© Exposition Please talk louder – Photographie de Adrien de Hemptinne 



“MAGMA” – De la marge au centre
Do we know what we look like? Not really”, answered the photographer Walker Evans.  To this question, we could add another one: are we sure we are “normal”? “not really”. Because if we know the norm, its power both frightening and comforting, the normal and the abnormal do not have clear boundaries. The abnormal is just another way of being normal, in all. The one who is said to be “abnormal” invents his own normality, most often by circumventing the weight of the norm. Those who suffer from a disability have no choice but to develop a singular and particular way of inhabiting the world. He must invent another presence to things, another way of expressing himself.            

Art, too, has its norms, just as it has its margins. If there is today a series of terms to characterize the artistic work of the disabled person, it should not be forgotten that behind this valorization of the difference reveals a truth common to all artists: “the painter brings his body”, said Paul Valery. Every artist with a disability reminds us that art consists first of all in bringing his body, in making it his own, through his history, his imagination, from his own impulses. But, beyond the denominations and the boxes of which the medium of the art is fond, the artist carrying handicap comes especially to take a place against all, a place that he creates himself. In this world of the art which, whatever one says about it, remains excluding, he realizes a form of “putsch”. By moving the codes and by shaking up the habits, he puts things back in place, so to speak: he shows that art must remain, in its founding gesture, outside the norm.



254 Chaussée de Forest
1060 Brussels (Saint-Gilles)

Vernissage during Art Brussels : Wed 27 April (5 pm – 9 pm)
Opening hours :  Thu, Fri, Sat : 2 pm – 7 pm. 


© Gretar Gunnlaugsson

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