Museums and art centres

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


© An Van Hecke, coll. Art et marges musée

Art et marges musée

The ART ET MARGES MUSEUM takes you into its reserves, brings out works that taste had relegated there, serves you its new discoveries on a turntable and questions the margin with artists of the contemporary scene who resolutely ask us the question of the limits of Art brut.

Artist: Group show
Curator: Coline De Reymaeker

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Fri: 11:00 – 18:00
Sat – Sun: 11:00 – 18:00 
Address: rue Haute, 314 1000 Brussels

Chantal Akerman, Marcher à côté de ses lacets dans un frigidaire vide, 2004 © Marian Goodman Gallery

Belgium Jewish Museum* 

“Four Sisters”
On view at the Jewish Museum of Belgium from 24 March to 27 August 2023, the exhibition “Four Sisters” honours four artists and brings together the works of Chantal Akerman, Marianne Berenhaut, Sarah Kaliski and Julia Pirotte. Through the lifestories of these women and their very own and personal art expressions (cinema, sculpture, painting, photography), the exhibition tackles femininity, desire and memories.
Artists: Chantal Akerman, Marianne Berenhaut, Sarah Kaliski and Julia Pirotte
Curators: Barbara Cuglietta and Yann Chateigné

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Fri : 10:00 – 17:00 
Sat – Sun : 11:00 – 18:00 
Address: 21 Rue des Minimes, 1000 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

Michel François, Mud Volcano, 2022 Capture video from 4 channel video © Michel François


Michel François – Contre Nature
A look at 40 years of artistic practice by Belgian artist Michel François, from early work to several new creations he made especially for Bozar. Using sculpture, photography, video, painting and installation, the artist creates a web of shifting connections between his artworks. The exhibition is a unique concept in which the ‘total artwork’ is central and the exhibition space becomes an extension of his studio.
Artist: Michel François

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun: 10:00 – 18:00 
Address: 23 Rue Ravenstein, 1000 Brussels

Hilma af Klint, The Swan, The SUW Series, Group IX, No.2, 1914, oil on canvas, HaK 150. By courtesy of the Hilma af Klint Foundation. Photo: The Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden.


Swedish Ecstasy
Discover the mystical side of Scandinavia. Bozar is staging an exhibition that brings together a number of figureheads from the Swedish art scene. Mysticism and esoteric speculation runs like a thread through their work. As part of the exhibition, dive into the 360°VR installation that brings Hilma af Klint’s Temple to life.
Artists: Hilma af Klint, August Strindberg, Emanuel Swedenborg, etc. 
Curator: Daniel Birnbaum

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun: 10:00 – 18:00 
Address: 23 Rue Ravenstein, 1000 Brussels

Photo credits © Ayoh Kré Duchâtelet


Style Congo: Heritage & Heresy
Art Nouveau is the starting point from which the exhibition Style Congo: Heritage & Heresy explores how Congo was represented during the international exhibitions held between 1885 and 1958. Through contemporary artistic and architectural interventions and archives from the CIVA collection, the exhibition curated by Sammy Baloji, Estelle Lecaille, Silvia Franceschini, and Nikolaus Hirsch explores the politics of representation and cultural appropriation. It examines the traces of colonisation in Brussels and in the Congolese urban landscape and proposes a decolonial redefinition of private and public spaces. An Exhibition organized by CIVA and Twenty Nine Studio. In collaboration with KANAL – Centre Pompidou, in the framework of Living Traces.
Artists: Group show
Curators: Sammy Baloji, Silvia Franceschini, Nikolaus Hirsch and Estelle Lecaille

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 10:30 – 18:00 
Address: Rue de l’Ermitage 55, 1050 Brussels

Nature morte II, détail, 2023, Mehdi-Georges Lahlou


Mehdi-Georges Lahlou & Candice Breitz – extra
Mehdi-Georges Lahlou presents a whole new body of works including sculptures, drawings, engravings, reworked archive photos, as well as installations and videos. Mehdi-Georges Lahlou has invited the Berlin-based artist Candice Breitz as a guest artist.
Artists: Mehdi-Georges Lahlou and Candice Breitz 
Curator: Tania Nasielski

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 10:30 – 18:00
Address: Place Sainte Catherine 45, 1000 Brussels

© Angélique Aubrit, Ludovic Beillard


Angélique Aubrit & Ludovic Beillard – Le spectacle
They are multidisciplinary artists who work with installation, sculpture, textiles and video. Aubrit and Beillard are interested in the question of the device, whether in the cinema, in amusement parks, in the theatre or in museums.
Artists: Angélique Aubrit and Ludovic Beillard
Curator: Tania Nasielski

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 10:30 – 18:00
Address: Place Sainte Catherine 44, 1000 Brussels

Projet Wolken boven Brussel, CENTRALE | lab, 2022 © Yannick Ganseman


Yannick Ganseman – Wolken boven Brussel
Yannick Ganseman presents the project Wolken boven Brussel (Clouds), in which he takes on the artistic challenge of transforming and transposing a work of art from the inside to the outside and vice versa.
Artist: Yannick Ganseman 
Curator: Tania Nasielski

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 10:30 – 18:00
Address: Place Sainte Catherine 16, 1000 Brussels

LA FOULE © Robberto & Milena Atzori

CENTRALE | vitrine*

Robberto & Milena Atzori
Robberto and Milena have been working as a duo since 2017. Their work blends painting and sculpture with textile art and embroidery. They question the relationship between society and individual obsessions.
Artists: Robberto and Milena Atzori 
Curator: Tania Nasielski

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Visible continuously
Address: Place Sainte Catherine 13, 1000 Brussels

Zéphir Busine, Verres, manufacture de Boussu, 1960, photo G. Vercheval.

Design Museum Brussels*

Zéphir Busine, Designer.
The monographic exhibition devoted to Zéphir Busine (1916 – 1976) will present his work as a designer and decorative artist. Although he is best known for his pictorial work, described as lyrical abstraction, he was also active in many other creative fields. From the 1950s to the 1970s, he was in turn an illustrator, ceramist, sculptor, stained glass artist and decorator. The ambition of this monograph is to reveal a work that is still little known to the general public and its impact on the history of design in Belgium.
Artist: Zéphir Busine
Curator: Sylvain Busine

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun: 10:00 – 19:00 
Address: Place de la Belgique 1, 1020 Brussels

@Oyster Mushroom Orchestra, De anima and Adem Elahel, 2022


Echoes of tomorrow
“Echoes of tomorrow” takes us to different scales of the “living”on the planet. From Matthieu Gafsou’s reflection on ecology, to Alice Pallot’s documentary fiction on green algae, the apotheosis comes down to capturing the song of mushrooms in a dreamlike installation by the De Anima collective. 2 others exhibitions bring together photographic projects around insularity in “Island Stories” and “Replica Falsifica” the new project of Belgian artist Paul D’Haese between reality and fiction.
Artists: Matthieu Gafsou,  Collectif De Anima, Alice Pallot, etc.
Curators: Hangar Team

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sat : 12:00 – 18:00 
Address: 18 Place du Chatelain, 1050 Brussels


The Artwork As A Living System
The Artwork as a Living System is a retrospective on the pioneering work of Christa Sommerer & Laurent Mignonneau. Discover 25 years of immersive installations where plants, water and lights become sensitive interfaces!
Artists: Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau
Curator:Karin Ohlenschläger

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Fri : 13:00 – 19:00
Sat – Sun : 12:00 – 18:00 
Address: 30-34 Quai des Charbonnages, 1080 Brussels

© Fondation Stichting KANAL  – Bart Grietens.

KANAL – Centre Pompidou*

FAÇADE: Laure Prouvost
Laure Prouvost, artist living and working in Molenbeek inaugurates the series with a colourful composition of images and messages directed to the city and its inhabitants. In Prouvost’s immersive and captivating installations where film, sculpture, found objects, performance, and language are often combined, the artist draws on personal memories and artistic and literary references as well as elements of fiction. She disrupts linear narratives and the expected associations between words, images, and meanings.
Artist: Laure Prouvost
Curators: Co-commissioned and co-produced by Kanal – Centre Pompidou and artlead

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Address: Sq. Saintctelette 21, 1000 Brussels

Marina Pinsky, Layout for Shadow Pyramid Calendar, 2023, courtesy of the artist

La Loge*

Infinite Play 
La Loge hosts a new exhibition by Marina Pinsky, which aims to level the social hierarchies built into the site’s historical architecture as a masonic temple. Eschewing the symbolic languages of the building’s past use, she overlays an entirely different complex of symbols, rituals and games. The exhibition’s central hall is rebuilt as a space for open-ended conversation. The arrangement of the interior is centered around a group of digitally embroideries based on an early 20th century proposal from American industrialists for a thirteen month calendar. In our present, these meditations on divisions of time, and their arbitrariness, become a ground for light-hearted imaginings of new social dynamics.
Artist: Marina Pinsky 

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu and Sun : 13:00 – 18:00
Address: Rue de l’Ermitage 86, 1050 Brussels

MIMA Museum – “Local Heroes” Dave Decat


“Local Heroes”
Inspired by Ancient Greek gymnasiums, “Local Heroes” offers not only exercise for the body but also exercise for the mind. 
Artists: Edouard Valette, Dave Decat, Rocio Alvarez, Kenza Vandeput, Christopher de Béthune, Yannick Jacquet and Antoine Bertin. 
Curators: Raphaël Cruyt and Alice van den Abeele

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Fri : 10:00 – 18:00 
Sat – Sun : 11:00 – 19:00 
Address: 39-41 Quai du Hainaut, 1080 Brussels


Spilliaert – The Early Years
In 2022, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium received a unique edition of ‘Théâtre’ by Maurice Maeterlinck (1862-1949). The three volumes bring together some of his writings for theatre. No fewer than 348 original drawings by Ostend artist Léon Spilliaert (1881-1946) illustrate the whole. This focus exhibition places Spilliaert’s illustrations for ‘Théâtre’ in context. They are presented with a selection of the artist’s early works from the collection of the Museum. 
Artist: Léon Spilliaert
Curator: Sarah Van Ooteghem

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Tue- Fri : 10:00 – 17:00 
Sat – Sun : 11:00 – 18:00 
Address: Rue de la Régence 3, 1000 Brussels


Magritte – the collection
As the Magritte Museum is currently undergoing renovation, we are pleased to welcome you to a temporary exhibition dedicated to his painting. Opened since 2009, the rooms need a refreshment. New lighting and multimedia tools, study on air conditioning, we are mobilizing to meet the energy and sustainability challenges posed by the preservation of the collections. For conservation reasons, works on paper and archival documents are stored in the dark in our storerooms and carefully examined.
Artist: René Magritte
Curator: Francisca Vandepitte

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Tue- Fri : 10:00 – 17:00 
Sat – Sun : 11:00 – 18:00 
Address: Rue de la Régence 3, 1000 Brussels

Johan Van Mullem

Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium*

Johan Van Mullem – For Love’ s(n)ake
Johan Van Mullem’s work seems to emerge from art history’s underlying memoirs : secular themes, portraits and landscapes each take place in his œuvre and radiate with a dazzling yet elusive presence, endowing it with a religious, even initiatory aura. At the very heart of the Old Masters Museum, some 50 drawings, paintings and sculptures come together in a duality that tends to reconcile our dark side with the hope that inevitably drives us.
Artist: Johan Van Mullem
Curator: Sophie Hasaerts

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Fri : 10:00 – 17:00 
Sat – Sun : 11:00 – 18:00 
Address: 3 Rue de la Régence, 1000 Brussels

Installation view ‘Danai Anesiadou: D POSSESSIONS’, WIELS, Brussels, 2023. Photo: We Document Art


Nuit américaine 
Basically (performance)
Artist: Danai Anesiadou / Marc Camille Chaimowicz / Nikima Jagudajev
Curator: Helena Kritis / Zoë Gray / Helena Kritis 

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 11:00 – 18:00
Sat : Basically (performance) 17:00 – 23:00
Sun : Basically (performance) 14:00 – 18:00
Address: Avenue Van Volxem 354, 1190 Brussels

Outside of Brussels

Carol, Jojo and Lisa out on Broome Street, USA, New York City, 1976 © Susan Meiselas / Magnum Photos

FOMU – Fotomuseum Antwerpen*

Susan Meiselas – Mediations
“How do you work as a photographer? There’s always this uncomfortable, unequal balance of power. How do you break that down? How can it become a dialogue?”  – Susan Meiselas  
For nearly five decades, Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas (US, 1948) has been using her camera to bear witness and to connect with people. Meiselas has travelled the world and focused on a wide range of subjects, from the sex industry to war and human rights violations. Susan Meiselas continually seeks direct contact and dialogue with the people she portrays. Her approach is collaborative and incorporates her subjects’ perspectives.
Artist: Susan Meiselas
Curator: Anne Ruygt

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu- Sun : 10:00 – 18:00 
Address: Waalsekaai 47, 2000 Antwerp

Grace Ndiritu, A Quest for Meaning: Painting as a Medium of Photography, 2014, Collectie FOMU /Collectie Vlaamse Gemeenschap, BK 9433/15 Ndiritu’s photographic installation A Quest for Meaning: Painting as a Medium of Photography (2014), Collectie FOMU / Collectie Vlaamse Gemeenschap BK 9433/15 © Grace Ndiritu, 2023

FOMU – Photo museum Antwerp*

Grace Ndiritu Reimagines the FOMU Collection
For Grace Ndiritu Reimagines the FOMU Collection, British-Kenyan artist Grace Ndiritu constructs an original photographic universe of paintings, textiles and interior design inspired by female artists O’Keeffe, Modotti and Albers. It represents a radical and holistic reinterpretation of the classic collection exhibition. Ndiritu’s photographic installation A Quest for Meaning: Painting as a Medium of Photography (2014) formed the springboard for her exploration of the FOMU Collection and the ensuing exhibition. Her surprising amalgams give fresh meaning to works by, among others, Alexandre, Bianca Baldi, Samuel Bourne, Dirk Braeckman, Alvin Langdon Coburn, Lynne Cohen, Gilbert Fastenaekens, Gertrude Fehr, Geert Goiris, Willy Kessels, Rinko Kawauchi, Man Ray, Auguste Salzmann, Filip Tas, Nadine Tasseel and Wolfgang Tillmans.
Artists: Grace Ndiritu, Alexandre, Bianca Baldi, Samuel Bourne, Dirk Braeckman, etc. 
Curator: Grace Ndiritu

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu- Sun : 10:00 – 18:00 
Address: Waalsekaai 47, 2000 Antwerp

melanie bonajo, ‘When the body says Yes’ (Big Spoon), 2022, HD video film, 41:23 min, comm. by Mondriaan Fonds, Courtesy the artist and AKINCI

FOMU – Photo Museum Antwerp*

melanie bonajo – When the body says Yes
When the body says Yes is an immersive video installation by melanie bonajo. The artist believes that touch can be a powerful remedy for the loneliness that has become endemic in our society. bonajo brought together a group of international genderqueer people, many with a bicultural identity, to cast a collective spell in the form of a pleasure-positive camp where “skinship” is celebrated. Do you know the sensual dimensions of your “No”? How do you feel when your body says “Yes”? When the body says Yes is a gentle invitation to let yourself be transported on a journey of discovery.
Artist: melanie bonajo
Curator: Rein Deslé

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu- Sun : 10:00 – 18:00 
Address: Waalsekaai 47, 2000 Antwerp

Duine Bos Zee, work in progress, De Haan, 2022. Photo : Lucia Bru. © SABAM Belgium 2023


Angel Vergara. In the Instant
The MACS will be presenting a large exhibition of Angel Vergara’s paintings. Through performance, installation and video, he has always placed ‘the act of painting’ at the heart of his works. The show traces the evolution of his artistic practice from his first ‘painted films’ produced in Super 8 in the 1980s, to his video devices that recorded his painting in progress, along with a more classical gallery of large canvases.
Artist: Angel Vergara
Curator: Jérôme André

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Sat : 18:00 – …
Sun : 10:00 – 18:00  
Address: Rue Sainte-Louise 82, 7301 Hornu

Dora García, O interrogatório de uma mulher, 2016, performance en vloertekening, Teatro Oficina São Paulo, performer: Carlota Joaquina, foto: Dora García.

M HKA – Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp*

She Has Many Names
Dora García’s exhibition ‘She Has Many Names’ surveys some of the most important performances, drawings, installations, printed matter and films created throughout a career spanning three decades. An essential aspect of García’s work is entanglement with political movements such as feminism, and the ways they occupy public spaces. ‘She Has Many Names’ is the first exhibition to focus on García’s performance-based practice, which is situated at the intersection of visual and performing arts, and references facets of theatre, psychoanalysis and literature. Weekly performances from Wednesday to Sunday.
Artist: Dora García
Curator: Joanna Zielińska

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Tue – Sun : 11:00 – 18:00 
Address: Leuvenstraat 32, 2000 Antwerp

BAGS: Delvaux, Miniatures frittes

Modemuseum Hasselt

In the autumn of 2022, the exhibition BAGS: INSIDE OUT opened its doors. Nearly 300 objects illustrate the age-old and worldwide fascination with the bag: from the iconic Kellybag by Hermès to tiny vanity cases and military backpacks. A (hand) bag is not only functional, but is also an expression of identity and status. Who are you and what do you want to radiate?
Artists: Hermès, Dior, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Anya Hindmarch, Michele Pred, Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst, Martin Margiela, Delvaux and Raf Simons
Curator: Eve Demoen

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

Man Ray, Tête de femme vue en plongée, 1930/1979, private collection, Courtesy Fondazione Marconi, Milan © Man Ray 2015 Trust / Sabam Belgium 2023

MoMu – Fashion Museum Antwerp

Man Ray and Fashion
In its newest exhibition, MoMu will highlight the work of renowned artist Man Ray and his impact on the contemporary fashion landscape. Man Ray and Fashion is an exhibition that unites Man Ray’s iconic photography and works of art with interbellum fashion silhouettes and the work of contemporary fashion designers and photographers inspired by his work. Among others, the exhibition includes creations by Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Martin Margiela, Olivier Theyskens and Dries Van Noten.
Artist: Man Ray
Curator: Romy Cockx

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Sat – Sun : 10:00 – 18:00 
Address: Nationalestraat 28, 2000 Antwerp

IO Van Oostveldt, collage design for poncho in lurex chenille, ca. 1977, photo: Stany Dederen, MoMu

MoMu – Fashion Museum Antwerp

Geometrically Wired. IO Van Oostveldt: Between Clothing and Art
Geometrically Wired highlights the life and work of the Belgian artist, IO Van Oostveldt, born in Antwerp in 1928. The exhibition explores her multifaceted creative work, bringing together her design drawings, clothing creations and visual art. Her design drawings and visual art all reveal her fascination with geometric shapes, (recuperated) materials and new techniques.
Artist: IO Van Oostveldt
Curator: Romy Cockx

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Sat – Sun : 10:00 – 18:00 
Address: Nationalestraat 28, 2000 Antwerp

Jules and Irma Dhondt-Dhaenens in 1968. Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens archive.

Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens*

Het Erf
Discover the story of Jules and Irma Dhondt-Dhaenens and the origins of their special collection in Het Erf [The Yard]. The exhibition focuses on the origins of the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, the historical collection and the underlying stories.
Artists: Anne Bonnet, Jean Brusselmans, Jan Burssens, Oscar Colbrandt, Hippolyte Daeye, Gustave De Smet, Léon De Smet, James Ensor, Esteban Fekete, Jean-Jacques Gailliard, etc.
Curator: Michiel Van Damme

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 10:00 – 17:00 
Address: Museumlaan 14, 9831 Deurle

Theodoor Rombouts, The Lute player, c. 1625, The John G. Johnson Collection, Philadelphia Museum of Art, cat. 679

Museum voor Schone Kunsten Gent

Theodoor Rombouts, Virtuoso of Flemish Caravaggism
The Museum of Fine Arts Ghent is presenting the first ever monographic exhibition on Theodoor Rombouts (1597-1637), the virtuoso of Flemish Caravaggism. Rombouts was an established figure in the Antwerp art world. But although his painting was appreciated during his short life, the Antwerp Baroque gods Peter Paul Rubens and Antony Van Dyck pushed Rombouts’ artistic legacy into relative obscurity after his early death. The exhibition reveals Rombouts’ artistic personality and places his work in a new perspective.
Artist: Theodoor Rombouts
Curator: Frederica Van Dam

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Fri : 9:30 – 17:30 
Sat – Sun : 10:00 – 18:00 
Address: Fernand Scribedreef 1, 9000 Ghent

Stéphan Gladieu. Des étudiantes dans le premier cinéma 3D, Pyongyang, Corée du Nord © Stéphan Gladieu courtesy School Gallery / Olivier Castaing

Musée de la Photographie*

Stéphan Gladieu. North Korea
Stéphan Gladieu sought to make his own approach to the people of North Korea. During various stays in Pyongyang and in the Korean countryside, the French photographer took a fresh look at a country in the making. He did so without preconceptions, without militantism and without denunciation, succeeding in unravelling the individual from within the group. Stephan Gladieu indeed endeavoured to define a genuine typology, crossing men, women and children, trades and professions, in their workplace and during their leisure time.
Artists: Brian McCarty, Vasco Ascolini, Dimitri Michaux and Ewelina Rosinska
Curators: Xavier Canonne, Stéphan Gladieu and Olivier Castaing

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 10:00 – 18:00 
Address: 11, avenue Paul Pastur, 6032 Charleroi

Raoul De Keyser, Lines, 1972. Collectie Mu.ZEE. ©Family Raoul De Keyser/SABAM2023


Friends in a Field: Conversations with Raoul De Keyser
Over the course of his nearly five-decade career, the Belgian artist Raoul De Keyser (1930–2012) created a group of artworks that bridged the concrete mysteries of the everyday and the intangible world of abstraction. “Friends in a Field: Conversations with Raoul De Keyser” takes the artist’s radical painterly practice as the beginning of a conversation with a diverse group of artists — both living and dead — whose works share a sensibility and attentiveness to the fragile intangibility of the world. In their paintings, sculptures, and works on paper, these artists join De Keyser in presenting the world back to us as a kind of abstract visual poetry.
Artists: Richard Aldrich, Forrest Bess, Matt Connors, etc. 
Curators: Hanneke Skerath, Douglas Fogle and Ilse Roosens

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 10:00 – 17:30 
Address: Romestraat 11 – 8400 Ostend

Jan Vercruysse, Autoportrait (L’art de lire), 1983 (Collection S.M.A.K., Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent)

Roger Raveel Museum*

Unreadiness connects works by Jan Vercruysse (1948-2018), Nel Aerts (1987) and John Murphy (1945), artists from two different generations who develop their own universe that draws on the private feelings of the maker. At the same time, they make use of an art-historical and literary discourse full of iconographic symbols. In a sensual game of concealing and reveiling, the artworks bear witness to creation itself.
Artists: Jan Vercruysse, Nel Aerts and John Murphy
Curators: Melanie Deboutte

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Thu – Sun : 11:00 – 17:00 
Address: Gildestraat 2, 9870 Machelen-Zulte

Courtesy S.M.A.K.


Guy Rombouts | Oei
The artist will transform the wondrous word ‘oei’ into a total installation at S.M.A.K.
Artist: Guy Rombouts
Curator: Liesje Vandenbroeck 

Opening hours during Art Brussels:
Tue- Fri: 9:30 – 17:30
Sat – Sun: 10:00 – 18:00
Address: Jan Hoetplein 1, 9000 Gent

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