Private Collections

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Cloud Seven/ Frédéric de Goldschmidt Collection

Inaspettatamente
Inspired by the life and work of Alighiero Boetti (1940-1994), Inaspettatamente, curated by Frédéric de Goldschmidt and Grégory Lang, features works by historical and contemporary artists from the collection.

7 Quai du Commerce
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Special opening hours during Art
Brussels: Fri 29 to Sun 1 May : 12 noon – 7 pm

www.cloudseven.be

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The Embassy

Prism Switch
Artists: Rosario Aninat, Antonio López, W. Rossen and Simon Shim-Sutcliffe. The Embassy was founded in 2016 and is an hôtel de maître, in the heart of Brussels, which has been an international consulate in past lives. Founded and curated by Ronald Rozenbaum and Elena Soboleva, the space houses a private collection and exhibitions on occasion. The Embassy’s mission is to present ambitious artistic endeavors.

2 Rue Guillaume Stocq
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)

Vernissage during Art Brussels : 
Wed 27 April :  5 pm — 8 pm.
Opening hours : 
Wed 27 — Sun 1 : 10 am – 6 pm.
Mon 2 — Sun 8 only 
by appointment.

The Embassy Bxl 

© Simon Shim-Sutcliffe
True Desires
300 x 400
Images on Trivision billboard
Photos: Ivan Murzin

ETE 78

Eté 78

3 Collectionneurs, #9
9th edition of the 3 Collectors.
Artists include: Cyprien Gaillard, Kolkoz, Olga Kisseleva, Laura Lamiel, Brognon&Rollin, Marie Hugonier, Nathalie Czeh, Claude Closky, Adrien Melis, Aleksandra Chaushova

78 Rue de l’Été
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)

Special opening hours during Art
Brussels: Sat 30 April: 9:30 am – 5 pm

www.ete78.com

 

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Fondation Thalie

Kiki SMITH, Inner Bodies
The Fondation Thalie opens the year 2022 with an exhibition by the American artist Kiki Smith. Inner Bodies brings together a corpus of some thirty works, sculptures, tapestries and ceramics from the 2000s, most of which are being shown for the first time in Brussels.
Curated by Nathalie Guiot

15 Rue Buchholtz
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)

Wed to Fri: 12 noon- 6 pm
Sat: 11:00 am- 6pm 

www.fondationthalie.org

© DR Fondation Thalie. Images Michel Figuet 

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Galila's P.O.C

Galila’s collection presents itself as a contemporary curiosity cabinet bearing countless objects of a seemingly disharmonious nature. However, the abundance of crafts in all genres has organized themes evoking motley accumulation and classifications one can find in Renaissance curiosity cabinets.

295 Avenue Van Volxem
1190 Brussels 

If you wish to organize a private visit outside those dates, do not hesitate to contact us to hello@galilaspoc.com for details 

© Diego Ravier

 

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Garage Cosmos

Chaosmos à Garage Cosmos, influence des écrivains sur les arts plastiques au XIX° et XX° siècles jusqu’à aujourd’hui.
The path that links the artists in this exhibition traces a red thread, that of “the forgotten line” described by Marc Partouche in his eponymous book. These are artists who have mostly escaped the notice of the general public. Curated by Eric Fabre

43 Avenue des Sept Bonniers
1180 Brussels (Uccle)

Vernissage: Sat 11am:  Lecture by Victor Hugo Riego from the University of Louvain, “Thinking the body and poetry (Futurism)
Special opening hours during Art

Brussels: Thu to Sat: 11 am – 6 pm

www.garagecosmos.be

 © Bob Brown, “My Mosque-calligram”, Circa 1920

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IRIS SIDUS @Huet-Repolt Residency

IRIS SIDUS @Huet-Repolt Residency
The artists: Claire Andrzejczak, Jérémie Boyard, Patrick Carpentier, Claude Cattelain, Sébastien Delvaux, Peter Downsbrough, Tessa Gustin, Joäo Freitas, Tzu-Chun Ku, Rokko Miyoshi, Chloé Mossessian & Hank Midnight, Camille Truyffaut, Jean Claude Wouters, Arnaud Gerniers and Christophe Terlinden. Curated by Laurent De Meyer. 

42 rue du Relais
1170 Brussels (Watermael-Boitsfort)

Vernissage: 26 April 6 pm – 9 pm
Thu 28/04 : on appointment
Fri 29/04 : 3 pm – 5 pm
Sat 30/04 : 2 – 5 pm
Sun 01/05 :  on appointment 

 residencehuetrepolt.org

Kunstraum

Kunstraum

Disrupture-30 Years after
The exhibition draws a line from the moment of a new (promising) area with on one hand the Fall of the Berlin wall in November 1989 and on the other hand with the end of the Apartheid -regime and the Presidency of Nelson Mandela in May 1994 until nowadays socio-political instability. The exhibition presents artists’ evolution from Berlin and from South Africa with the opportunities and challenges of these distinctive periods of the last 30 Years. 

13 Chemin des Pins 
1180 Brussels (Uccle)

Thu 28th :  7 pm – 9 pm 
Fri 29th : 7 pm – 9 pm     
Sat 30th : 11 am – 7 pm

Kunstraum

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Philippe Vandenberg Foundation

Studio Philippe Vandenberg
Philippe Vandenberg is one of Belgium’s most radical artists. Supported by the Philippe Vandenberg Foundation, his oeuvre is now being rediscovered on an international level. On the occasion of Art Brussels, his studio near Tour & Taxis is open to the public during guided tours. A unique opportunity to appreciate its atmosphere and the artist’s modus operandi.

 

1080 Brussels (Molenbeek-Saint-Jean)
Exact address communicated after RSVP at info@philippevandenberg.be

Guided visits:

Fri 29/04 | 2:30 pm – 4 pm (NL) / 4 pm – 5:30 pm (FR)
Sat 30/04 | 2:30 pm – 4 pm (FR) / 4 pm – 5:30 pm (NL)
Sun 01/05 | 10 am – 11:30 am (EN) / 2:30 pm – 4 pm (NL) /4 pm – 5:30 pm (FR)

Only by reservation: info@philippevandenberg.be

philippevandenberg.be

© The children of Philippe Vandenberg, Guillaume, Hélène and Mo (from left to right) in his studio in Molenbeek, 2016. © Joke Floreal

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Vanhaerents Art Collection

VIEWING DEPOT EXH#02
The new exhibition “Spotlight” falls within the current broadening of the geographical scope and the theme of decolonisation. The Black Lives Matter movement is having a remarkable impact in these times of social and cultural unrest. It symbolises a global recognition of racial justice and a paradigm shift in contemporary culture. This movement is also having an impact on the international art world, which has led, among other things, to a greater visibility of black contemporary artists at exhibitions and fairs. Older Afro-American and African artists are being re-evaluated and are gaining a position at the top of the Western art canon, while the younger generation is fueling the trend of ‘black figuration’.

29 Rue Anneessens
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Opening hours during Art Brussels :
Friday  29 April: 12 noon – 6pm Saturday  30 April: 12 noon – 6pm

During the week only upon reservation.

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Servais Family Collection/ THE LOFT

On Policies with Atletica Ideal
Artists presented: Daniela Ortiz, Michele Pagel, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Emilie Pitoiset, Jenny Saville, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Jarpa Voluspa, Bartolina Xixa etc. Curated by Erika Olea. 

Thursday 28th April to Sunday May 1st  
From 10am -2pm
Brussels 1030
Rsvp at collection.servais@gmail.com for the address

 

© DSC-0949 – The Loft 2020-21, Family Servais Collection / Exhibition View of Amexica (with works by Renato Garza Cervera, Arturo Hernández Alcazar & Giovanni Fabián Guerrero) © Hugard & Vanoverschelde

 

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