• Betekend(t) - 19 Apr 2024 -> 26 May 2024

  • 1978-1982 scripts - 20 Nov 2023 -> 26 Nov 2023
    En 1978, l’école de recherche graphique, créée un peu moins de cinq années auparavant, commence à occuper un espace situé sur la rue de la Régence en face de l’église du Sablon. Sous l’impulsion d’Elisabeth Barmarin, alors directrice de l’école, et de discussions collectives organisées par les étudiant.e.s, cet espace, intitulé sobrement galerie erg, est organisé en autogestion par les étudiant.e.s, prenant en charge sa rénovation, sa programmation, sa gestion.

  • This Is Us - 01 Oct 2023 -> 18 Feb 2024
    In the exhibition This Is Us, selected works from the four largest Flemish museums for contemporary art will be presented together for the very first time. Curator Fabian Flückiger chose artworks from the contemporary collections of M HKA, S.M.A.K., Mu.ZEE and M Leuven. With the artistic learning environment as his inspiration, he reflected on what these collections represent. What do they say about modern society and what can this teach visitors? The exhibition is divided into three chapters: The Art Institution, Living Spaces, and Telling Stories, which contain works by some fifty artists, more than half of whom live and work in Belgium. They also include seven new works, created specifically for this exhibition. This Is Us is a unique collaboration between the leading Flemish museums of contemporary art and Z33.

  • FAÇADE: a Stage for Brussels - 02 Sep 2023 -> 10 Mar 2024
    For the second edition of FAÇADE, a series of monumental works in the public space taking over the scaffolding at the site of the future KANAL-Centre Pompidou museum, artist Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven (AMVK) pays homage to the city.

  • Intimacy exhibition in 3 bedrooms - 24 Jun 2023 -> 24 Jul 2023
    For its summer show Ulrik presents “Intimacy” – an exhibition held in three bedrooms within the Brooklyn artist loft, Taaffe. Founded by Elise Duryee-Browner and Damon Sfetsios in 2013, the loft has historically presented exhibitions, cafe nights, and parties. Ulrik began by linking three artists to three residents based on explicit and potential relationships in the pairing. By taking the contributors’ own bedrooms as the starting point and mise en scène, the theme of intimacy becomes text and subtext.

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