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.
By Dessislava Dimova
Many artistic practices take the form of collecting and organizing objects and information. What kind of collectors are artists then?
By Koen Brams
Disconcerting images of contemporary life in Brussels and its impoverished district of Molenbeek in 1995.
A photographic synopsis from the past showcases of the exhibitions organized
by "Sorry We’re Closed".
By Bianca Baroni
A scenario of playful eroticism and desire: through a set of reciprocities and encounters the artist sets out the dualistic structure in his show in Milan.
Par Francis Mary
Francis Mary interroge François Curlet à propos de son archive des livres d’artistes, éphéméras et multiples de Robert Filliou.