By Jean-Baptiste Carobolante
Deborah Bowmann is simultaneously a fictitious artistic identity, a brand, and a place for the exhibiting and selling of objects.
By Wendy Vogel
By Devrim Bayar
When the refugee crisis escalated in September, Gawan Fagard and Gwendolyn Lootens decided to launch Cinemaximiliaan, a pop-up cinema for and with refugees.
By Clément Dirié
By Olivier Vandervliet
By Jessica Gysel
Born and bred in Glasgow, Lucy settled in Brussels almost ten years ago. What started out as a three-month stint in 2004 became a long-term stay in 2006.
By Lola Kramer
For over thirty years Walter Swennen has navigated the territory between language and image, sign and simulacra, but his work incorporates the idiosyncrasies of someone who arrived at painting after philosophy and poetry.
By Herman Byrd
Le Morning is an A3 photocopied newspaper printed in B&W that is published five days a week—from June 21 to September 25, 2015—and distributed daily in a bar called Le Night.
By Mathias Kryger
TRUST is curated by Sonia Dermience and involves the participation of forty-one artists / artist groups. It is presented at the five primary venues for contemporary art in Copenhagen.
Par Jacques Charlier
67 pannels, 60 x 50 cm each, including 9 bw photographs, 13 x 18 cm each. Courtesy galerie Nadja Vilenne, Liège.