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WIELS inaugurates 2020 with the first large-scale solo exhibition in Belgium of the artist Wolfgang Tillmans. Exhibited over two floors, Today Is The First Day presents work by the artist from the past three decades, while opening up onto the latest developments in his practice that will include new photography, sound and video works in a spatial constellation, conceived especially by Tillmans for WIELS. Curators: Devrim Bayar and Dirk Snauwaert. A 512 pages artist book, co-published by IMMA, WIELS and Koenig Books, is available.

WIELS, Brussels. 01.02.2020 – 16.08.2020.


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“A Starting point – in the middle of the room – waves move outwardly then inward, reverberating. An echo chamber, a bottomless pit of bouncing sound effects spun into the act of making paintings. Reflections of themselves caught inside an enclosed space, rebound. As echoes time travel, resounding from wall to wall, space is navigated through the paintings, and so on.”
Steven Jouwersma

nadine, Brussels. 17.07.2020 > 30.07.2020.


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Sharon Lockhart
Movements and Variations in Two Parts
an exhibition of new series of photographic and sculptural works by Sharon Lockhart spanning two neighboring locations: Gladstone Gallery and Jan Mot. The exhibition features a series of photographic and sculptural works that stem from Lockhart’s ongoing interest in portraiture, choreography, and the empowerment of women.

Gladstone Gallery and Jan Mot, Brussels. 07.09.2018 > 20.10.2018.


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altblog – TAKAHIRO KUDO – Portrait of a family © Archiraar
The series plays with Japanese family registry system. In the first stage of the series Takahiro Kudo treats « Koseki » : Japanese family registry system, and his partner’s « Familienbuch » : German family registry, as two family portraits. Despite of the fact they serve the same (or least similar) purpose, the depiction of a family unit and the visual outcomes appear differently, because of the cultural contexts they are integrated. The pieces question the ideas of a family formulated by different authorities and their alterations and limits as the depicting mechanisms in the age of globalization and social media.

Archiraar, Bruxelles. 30.03.2018 > 19.05.2018.


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This year Galerie Greta Meert celebrates its 30th anniversary. And for exactly 30 years it has collaborated with Thomas Struth. Three series are presented: a selection from historical series of black-and-white street and townscapes, still lives of deceased animals at the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW) in Berlin and monumental condensed images of Johnson Space Center in Houston and the Siemens Schaltwerk in Berlin.

Galerie Greta Meert, Brussels. 01.02.2018 > 31.03.2018.


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The main objective of the new artspace o v project is to confront various disciplines and artistic languages in a shared environment to generate a sense of curiosity and critical thinking. The Brussels-based architecture firm Lhoas and Lhoas has been invited to design a unique space where Olivier Vrankenne aims to create interactions and previously unseen connections between different artistic fields, based on mutual dialogues beyond traditional art histories.

For its inaugural project, OV brings together Richard Nonas’ art with selected objects from Native American Art and Culture

o v project, Bruxelles. 18.04 > 15.07.2017.


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Je m’intéresse aux formes données à la réalité à travers ses représentations, à la manière dont l’image leur donne corps et consistance. Dans mon rapport à l’image, je marque une certaine distance avec un medium prompt à revendiquer un pouvoir informatif. Le dit ou le non-dit, l’ellipse, représentent dans mes travaux le moyen de questionner la construction du sens et les formes de saisie du monde. Michel Mazzoni

ArchiRAAR, Bruxelles. DÉRIVE (with Sébastien Delvaux). 03.12.2016 > 07.01.2017.
Frederic Collier, Bruxelles. SILENT NOISE OF A RAY. 15.11.2017 > 23.12.2016.
Galerie OMS Pradhan, Bruxelles. TERRA INCOGNITA. 11.11.2016. 18.12.2016.


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Capture d’écran 2016-08-30 à 16.28.12
For its next exhibition ‘xerox’, Société returns to the analogue world of copy art, to confront the two dimensional exhibition space of printed matter with the three dimensional one of the exhibition space. From LAb[au]’s entropic machine, Carsten Nicolai’s sounds of transcoded information flows to Tiago Duarte’s residu roll, Hanne Darboven’s columns and rows, to Dieudonné Cartier’s sculptural interpretation of station for art by fax, … all projects interpret the realm of paper and ink.
More Websites : Xavier Antin, François de ConinckAlessandro de Francesco, Denicolai & Provoost, Gerlach en Koop and Nicholas Knight.

Société, Bruxelles. 07.09.2016 > 13.11.2016.


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As the starting points of Paperwork and the Will of Capital, Taryn Simon drew inspiration from George Sinclair’s 19th century horticultural study – a book containing dried grass specimens that inspired Darwin’s theory of evolution – and historical photographs of the signings of political accords between leaders of the 44 countries present at the 1944 United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference, in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire.

Almine Rech Gallery, Bruxelles. 08.09.2016 > 12.11.2016.


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Ulay_MOT 2
MOT International presents Ulay’s first solo exhibition in Brussels. Referencing his 1970s series Anagramatic Bodies, new photo collages feature German actresses Nina Hoss and Iris Berben, together with models Lily McMenamy and Stella Lucia, while works from the artist’s photographic archive cumulatively recount his nomadic, itinerant life over the past forty years. The exhibition includes rarely-presented projects produced during his career defining collaboration with Marina Abramović, such as the artist’s extensive personal documentation of 1988’s The Great Wall Walk in diaries, drawings and a pair of seven metre scrolls, in addition to photographs recording the artist’s time in the Central Australian Desert (1979) with members of the aboriginal Pintubi community.

MOTINTERNATIONAL , Brussels. 13.05.2016 > 16.07.2016.