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Gallery Lot 10, Lanfraystraat 15, 1050 Brussels, Belgium

Nobuhiro Nakanishi: Eclipse

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The first solo display in Belgium of the artist's evocative 'Strip Drawings' and 'Layer Drawings' is reviewed by Annelies Thoelen

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Elaine Lévy Project, Rue Fourmois 9, 1050 Brussels

STEVEN BAELEN / ELENA DAMIANI : La Chambre

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Baelen and Damiani's practices independently address the effect and atmosphere of interior spaces, their display alongside each other bringing certain similarities and echoes to light. Review by Laura Herman.

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Brass, Avenue Van Volxemlaan 364, 1190 Brussels (Forest), (next to Wiels)

POPPOSITIONS

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POPPOSITIONS is a pop-up fair changing location each year and working with artists who are known for their site-specific practice. Ahead of their second edition, George Major examines the pop-up phenomenon in the art world and the conditions that enable a

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Meessen de Clercq, Abdijstraat 2a Rue de l'Abbaye, 1000 Brussels, Belgium

Lieven De Boeck: Image not found

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Lieven de Boeck's latest exhibition presents a group of works stemming from the artist's residency in Los Angeles, incorporating a sense of duality and mirrored meanings. Review by Elke Segers.

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La Loge, Kluisstraat - rue de l'Ermitage 86 B-1050 Brussels

Roe Ethridge & Zin Taylor: The Ceremony and the Spirit

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La Loge, an unconventional artistic platform that opened in September in a former freemason's temple in Ixelles, currently hosts 'The Ceremony and the Spirit'. The title of the exhibition was the starting point for a site-specific artistic dialogue betwee

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ELAINE LEVY PROJECT, rue Fourmois, 9 B-1050 Bruxelles

Philippe Van Wolputte: Inside, Outside, Downside

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Elaine Lévy, a young gallerist in the rapidly expanding gallery hotspot that is Europe's capital, currently hosts a solo exhibition by a young Belgian artist, Philippe Van Wolputte (°1982, Antwerp). The title, 'Inside, Outside, Downside', quite accurately

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WIELS, 354 avenue Van Volxem, 1190 Brussels

Joëlle Tuerlinckx: WOR(LD)K IN PROGRESS?

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WIELS is presenting the first large-scale exhibition of Joëlle Tuerlinckx' work in Brussels, the city where she lives and works. WOR(LD)K IN PROGRESS' retraces Joëlle Tuerlinckx's practice via new pieces and through the reactivation of earlier works and c

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KOMPLOT, 295 Avenue Van Volxemlaan B-1190 Brussels

Bat Sheva Ross: Telling a Mind Stop Being a Mind

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Monotonously controlled, in an attempt to push out every irregularity, two different 'inner' voices are taking turns in counting from hundred till one. The countdown ends and opens up a hypnotically calm but thorough, albeit mute, interrogation between th

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BRUXELLES CONGRÈS STATION, Boulevard Pachéco 38, 1000 Brussels

POPPOSITIONS

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POPPOSITIONS is a new off-fair taking place during Art Brussels, showcasing emerging artists and galleries working with site-specific exhibitions. A selection of artworks will be presented in deliberate interaction with a unique architectural setting, the

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Flanders, Belgium

Contemporary visual arts in Flanders

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Flanders boasts an age-old tradition of visual artists who enjoyed an international career and reputation such as Van Eyck, Bruegel, Van Dyck, Rubens, Ensor, Magritte and Broodthaers. The contemporary visual arts scene in Flanders is no less outstanding.

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