Artist and curator-run spaces

Note: Institutions marked with an asterisk (*) offer free admission for VIP Card holders

Brussels’ institutions


Group show
Group show is a collective exhibition which assemble pictural and sculptural works in a garage.
Artists: Victoria Palacios, Benjamin Installé, Mathis Pettenati and Francesco Batistello.
Curator: Florence Laprat

Opening hours during Art Brussels: 
Thu – Sun : 14:00 – 18:00
Address: 33 Avenue de l’hippodrome, 1050 Brussels

(c) Maarten Nico

After After*

Of Off Offf
Pepper’s Ghost & Mennowski is hosting a group show in the artist run space ‘After After’ for the occasion of Art Brussels 2023. A modern style salon, on a single wall.
Artists: Christopher Beauregard, Jeanne Berbinau Aubry, Sigurrós G. Björnsdóttir, etc.
Curators: Maarten Nico and Kaïn Walgrave

Opening hours during Art Brussels: 
Fri : 14:00 – 21:00
Sat – Sun : 12:00 – 19:00
Address:Waelemstraat 118, 1030 Brussels

Art & Revelations*

REVELATIONS presents 3 photographers exploring the intimacy of people and cities through their unique and very personal spectrum and extremely different techniques. Gregory Van Bellinghen (Bel) uses generous colors and chromatic rhythms to explore Tokyo and its trains. For his very first exhibition in Europe, Kimio Itozaki (Japan) invites us on a radical new construction and deconstruction photographic voyage directly involving the Art collector.  Stéphane Noël (Bel) masters the ancient gum printing process to explore the end of anything. He leaves us with one of a kind black & white pictures & portraits. The setting is a unique Beaux-Arts Mansion hiding the purest “Eclectic” interior which opens its door for you just once.

Artists: Kimio Itozaki, Stéphane Noël and Grégory Van Bellinghen. 
Curator: Art et Révélations

Opening hours during Art Brussels: 
Thu – Sun : 10:30 – 18:00
Address: Avenue du Roi 164, 1190 Brussels

Atelier Lippens*

Is abstract painting a form of war aggression
Does abstraction involve an attack on reality, does it come before or after representation, what is the role of destructiveness in creation? A lecture/performance by John Lippens and a group exhibition will explore these issues at the studio.
Artists: Pascal Bernier, HYBRIDE, John Lippens and 2j. 
Curator: John Lippens

Opening hours during Art Brussels: 
Tue 18/04 (20:00) : Lecture
Thu – Sun : 10:00 – 19:00
Address: Rue Vanderstichelen 44, 1080 Brussels

Espace Triphasé*

Please Talk Louder II
After the first edition of “Please Talk Louder” in October 2021, the Espace Triphasé presents a second exhibition, the result of collaboration between its residents. 
Artists: Abel Jallais, Alice Pandolfo, Antoinette d’Ansembourg, Coline Ramonet Bonis, Franck Rausch, Frizbee Ceramics, Harold Lechien, Jonas Moënne, Juliette Lizotte, Nicolas Zanoni and Zoé van den Boogaerde
Curators: Alice Pandolfo, Antoinette d’Ansembourg and Zoé van den Boogaerde

Opening hours during Art Brussels: 
Thu – Sun: 14:00 – 18:00
Address: Boulevard Poincaré 58B, Anderlecht 1070

RESTART by Visual System – Atomium 2023 – Liophotography


From February 3rd, 2023, the Atomium invites the Visual System artist collective to occupy its exhibition spaces and dedicates its program to digital art. RESTART, a temporary exhibition, and CENTRALE, a permanent installation, will depict the Atomium in light and sound. With these projects, the magic of the Atomium is brought to life and the heritage richness of the building accentuated. The artists give life to a total work that immerses the visitor in the heart of a synesthetic trail, as spectacular as it is hypnotic. An invitation to explore, surrender and experience an intense interaction. By creating this intimate moment, Visual System poetizes light, sound and architecture through abstract narrative and pure emotion.
Artists: Visual System

Opening hours during Art Brussels: 
Thu – Sun: 10:00 – 18:00
Address: Place de l’Atomium, 1020 Brussels


Quiet Refusal
Black(s) to the Future embark on a sensory exploration of the political and poetic potentials for the plea. 
Artists: Sybil Coovi Handemagnon, Kyo Kim, Fallon Mayanja, Nicolas Pirus and Mawena Yehouessi.
Curator: Sofia Dati

Opening hours during Art Brussels: 
Thu – Fri : 10:00 – 18:00
Sat : 14:00 – 20:00
Address: Auguste Ortsstraat 20-28, 1000 Brussels

Lore Stessel, SLOW FUSION #05, 2020

CC Strombeek*

Second Sight
Second Sight brings together work by five young artists based in Belgium: Nienke Baeckelandt, Hilde Borgermans, Nadia Guerroui, Ariane Loze and Lore Stessel. In their work, they pay tribute to the invisible that surrounds us – from a fraction of time, an incidence of light or a gesture, to psychological concepts and larger political structures.
Artists: Nienke Baeckelandt, Hilde Borgermans, Nadia Guerroui, Ariane Loze and Lore Stessel.
Curator:Charlotte Crevits

Opening hours during Art Brussels: 
Thu – Sun : 10:00 – 18:00
Address: Gemeenteplein 1, 1853 Grimbergen

Antoine Grenez

Centre Tour à Plomb*

The exhibition brings together the artistic proposals of Antoine Grenez and Edouard Jattiot. Their plastic and sound productions shed light on the relationship between eclectic youth and the party, within the so-called alternative cultures. The artists, the speakers and the public will be led to experience and question the need to recognise and promote alternative cultures relating to the world of partying and its societal symbolism.
Artists: Antoine Grenez, Edouard Jattiot and guests.
Curator: Stephane Roy

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sat : 09:00 – 22:00 
Address: Rue de l ‘Abattoir, 1000 Brussels

Espace Vanderborght

Peter Lindbergh – untold stories
“Beauty is having the courage to be yourself”, says Peter Lindbergh. This is reflected in his iconic black and white cinematic images. Images that have left an indelible mark on fashion photography. The biggest names, from brands to fashion magazines, have collaborated with Lindbergh during his exceptional career. Today, the most prestigious art museum collections and exhibitions are proud to present his work around the world.
Artist: Peter Lindbergh
Curator: Emmanuelle Indekeu

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu : 11:00 – 19:00
Fri : 11:00 – 21:00
Sat and Sun : 10:00 – 19:00
Address: Espace Vanderborght, Rue de l’Ecuyer 50, 1000 Brussels
Adult ticket : 10€
Senior ticket : 6€ 

François Dufrêne. Le petit jeu de La Lettre « I » énigme. (1963)

Garage cosmos*

Isou’s Not Dead
Isidore Isou, influences, proximities and prolongations. Several generations of artists testify via artworks, manifestations, books and documents.
Artists: Jacques André, Antoine Boute et Jeanne Pruvot-Simonneaux, Anne Catherine Caron, etc.

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 11:00 – 18:00 
Address: Avenue des Sept Bonniers 43, 1180 Brussels

JAP – Jeunesse et Arts Plastiques / Centre d’art contemporain d’Ivry -le Crédac*

“A length without a width”
Eric Baudart’s approach is similar to that of the “flâneur” artist as defined by Baudelaire in The Painter of Modern Life (1863): “[artist] of circumstance and of all that it suggests of eternity”. Baudart pays particular attention to the objects and detritus of post-industrial urban life. With a few simple gestures such as the application of a color, a punctual deformation, or simply the displacement of the object from its environment and its integration into the artistic space, the sculptor reveals the aesthetic and poetic potential of these elements.
Artist: Eric Baudart
Curator: Claire Le Restif – Carte blanche au Centre d’art contemporain d’Ivry -le Crédac

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu : 11:00 – 18:00
Fri : 18:30 – 20:00 
Sat – Sun : 11:00 – 18:00 
Address: 64 rue de Namur, 1000 Brussels

KULT XL Ateliers*

Residents 2021-2022
KULT XL Ateliers is the new artist studio network of the municipality of Ixelles that opened its doors in the summer of 2021. Two years later, we welcome you back to (re)discover our 13 artists in an end-of-residency presentation of artworks they produced in residency in Ixelles.
Artists: Sarah Smolders, Laure Cottin Stefanelli, Mostafa Saifi Rahmouni, etc.
Curator:Mathieu Menten

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 11:00 – 18:00
Address: Rue Wiertz 23, 1050 Brussels

© Atelier Brenda

Kunstencentrum nona

Carte Blanche: Auguste Orts / C0N10URo
At the invitation of CINEMATEK and as a kind of prelude to C0N10UR (09.09.23 – 05.11.2023), Auguste Orts presents film works by a number of artists participating in the biennial: elephy, Mieriën Coppens & Elie Maisin, Annik Leroy, Rosine Mbakam and Subversive Film. These filmmakers were each invited to put together part of the programme, combining their own work with (available) titles from CINEMATEK’s archive.
Artists: Chantal Akerman, Rebecca Jane Arthur, Herman Asselberghs, etc.
Curator: Auguste Orts

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thursday 20/04 : 19:00 Rosine Mbakam, Les Deux Visages d’une femme Bamiléké (2016) Safi Faye, Âmes au soleil (1981)
Thursday 20/04 : 21:15 Michel Khleifi, Fertile Memory (1980) Saturday 22/04 : 19:00 Chantal Akerman, News from Home (1976)
Address: Cinematek, Rue Baron Horta 9, 1000 Brussels

© Agnes Thurnauer


The exhibition «  Borderline, Between a line and a border » invites severals artists to present works around erotic abstraction.
Artists: Evelyn Axell, Heinrich Maria Davringhause, Jef Geys, Kendell Geers, Dao Liu, Michel Mouffe, Agnes Thurnauer and Anne-Marie Schneider 
Curators: Valentine Himpens-David and Joachim Von Beust

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
By appointment only
Address: Chemin des Pins 13, 1180 Brussels 

Diana Scherer, Rhizome 12, Courtesy and Copyright Diana Scherer – détail

La Maison des Arts*

Sub terra
On the occasion of the exhibition Sub terra, the Maison des Arts welcomes a dozen international artists presenting works on the theme of memory and earth resources.
Artists: Corine Borgnet, Marie Sommer, Diana Sherer, etc. 
Curator: Lola Meotti

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu and Fri : 11:00 – 17:00
Sat and Sun : 11:00 – 18:00
Address: Chaussée de Haecht 147, 1030 Brussels

What are you lost?, 2020 © Manuel Leromain & Marie-Sophie Robert


For the past five years, the “Art(s) & écriture(s)” transdisciplinary module for students pursuing a Master’s degree at ENSAV La Cambre has examined the wide array of contemporary forms of writing in art. Among the hundred or so students that we have accompanied since 2018 in developing a “language object”, we selected thirty (most of whom have already graduated and now actively participate in the emerging art scene) on the basis of the high standard of their artistic work featuring the text. They hail from various disciplines covered by the curricula: book and paper design, drawing, photography, scenography, textile design, typography, ceramics, urban space, text and literature, painting, engraving and printmaking. The artworks exhibited also reflect the wide spectrum of mediums and practices incorporating writing in visual forms today.

Artist: Juliette Amigues, Léa Anel & Julie Noyer, Magoux Bayens, etc. 
Curator: François de Coninck et Jean-Baptiste Carobolante

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Fri : 18:00 
Sat – Sun : 12:00 – 20:00
Address: Rue Royale 236, 1210 Brussels

MAAC (Maison d’Art Actuel des Chartreux)*

Open studios residents MAAC 2022-2023
Open studios with a group shows from the residents working at the MAAC during the season 2022-2023.
Artists: To be confirmed  
Curator: Stephane Roy

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu and Sat : 14:00 – 18:00
Address: Rue des Chartreux 26-28, 1000 Brussels

© Pierre-Philippe Hofmann


Time Elapsed
How does time affect the way we feel or the way we produce artworks? The group exhibition brings together a variety of pieces that attempt to answer this essential question in their own way. Indirectly, the curatorial project also aims at questioning the disquieting fulgurance of our era.
Artists: Laurette Atrux Tallau, Werner Cuvelier, Juan d’Outremont, etc. 
Curator: Pierre-Philippe Hofmann

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 14:00 – 18:00
Address: Boulevard de Berlaimont 56, 1000 Brussels



POELP – Open Studios
Open Studios and group show of POELP’s resident artists. 
Artists: Jean-Baptiste Brueder, Line Pillet, Julia Renaudot, Stéphanie Roland and Sara Zerguine.  
Curator: Collective curating 

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Fri : 18:00 – 21:00
Sat and Sun : 14:00 – 21:00
Address: Rue Bara 123, 1070 Brussels


Carte, Clé, Feu
“Carte, Clé, Feu” is a project by Romane Beau gathering the works of Jean-Baptiste Brueder, Laura Dauchet and Jordan Roger (crossed), invited for this occasion to create pieces in response to the place and its situation. This exhibition follows the SAFFCA “young curator” prize in partnership with the ArBA-EsA’s master in exhibition practices (CARE) and awarded for this first edition to Romane Beau.
Artists: Jean-Baptiste Brueder, Laura Dauchet and Jordan Roger.
Curator: Romane Beau

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 11:00 – 18:00
Address: Abbaye de la Cambre 17, 1050 Brussels


Another Perspective

An exhibition on the tremendous potential of images, at the center of this third industrial revolution, that major artists with such audacious practices are able to document so well.
Artists: Chiho Aoshima, Cory Arcangel, Jessica Ciocci, etc.
Curator: Dominique Moulon

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Wed – Sun: 13:30 – 18:00
Address: Rue de la Senne 19 – 1000 Brussels


SB34-The Pool*

The exhibition presents a new set of works created for the exhibition by the artists duo Raphaël Matieu. Within the framework of this show, the space becomes the preamble of a new fiction.
Artist: Raphaël Matieu 
Curator: Pauline Hatzigeorgiou

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 14:00 – 18:00
Address: Rue Saint-Bernard 34, 1060 Brussels


025/245/PIC/MOL Artist Residency*

Yacine Modou Dieng Artwork in progress
From mid April to mid May, the senegalese artist Yacine Modou Dieng will be on residency.
Artist: Yacine Modou Dieng
Curator: Eric Haegelsteen

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 14:00 – 18:00
Address: 245 Avenue Molière, 1050 Brussels

institutions outside of Brussels

Daniel Pontoreau dans son atelier © Anthony Girardi – Keramis


Daniel Pontoreau. Before the landscape
Keramis, Centre de la Céramique de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles presents “Daniel Pontoreau. Before the landscape”, a major exhibition dedicated to the French sculptor-ceramist. Minimalist and materialist, Daniel Pontoreau explores a metaphysical vein where form establishes a dialogue sometimes with matter, sometimes with the cosmos. After numerous exhibitions in France, South Korea, China and Japan, this is the first time that Daniel Pontoreau has presented such an important set of sculptures.
Artist: Daniel Pontoreau
Curator: Ludovic Recchia

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 10:00 – 18:00
Address: Place des Fours-Bouteilles 1, 7100 La Louvière

Laure Prouvost

Z33 Huis voor Actuele Kunst, Design & Architectuur

River of Rebirth
Rivers have always been a source of stories. The constantly running water symbolizes infinity and impermanence. Gods travel through rivers between earth and the underworld, and the water cleanses the soul for rebirth. You come across such ideas in cultures all over the world. The artists in River of Rebirth are inspired by the many stories about water. They show the multifaceted meanings of water as a cultural source.
Artist: Martin Belou, Thierry De Cordier, Mary Beth Edelson, Maika Garnica, Roni Horn, etc.
Curator: Tim Roerig

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 11:00 – 17:00
Address: Bonnefantenstraat 1, 3500 Hasselt

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