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.
By Piero Bisello
Piero Bisello interviews Saskia Gevaert at her studio and exhibition space.
By Laura Herman
After her 2014 solo show at CLEARING Gallery, Marina Pinsky (°1986, Moscow) decided to sojourn in Brussels. A large apartment in a converted brewery in Molenbeek serves the artist both as a living space and a workshop.
Par Nancy Casielles
Mon Colonel et Spit connaissent les moindres recoins de la ville de Liège où ils sont nés. Ils se sont rencontrés dans le milieu du graff dont ils ont conservé les pseudonymes et continuent de se nourrir de l’univers de la rue.
By Valérie Verhack
Jana Euler made her breakthrough with paintings of hybrid personalities, since when she has developed into an equally hybrid painter, whose pursuit of artistic and social identity is so varied that her work has taken on the shape of a group exhibition.