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Explore Brussels' contemporary art scene at Brussels Gallery Weekend
Discover the capital’s contemporary art scene at the 14th edition of the Brussels Gallery Weekend from 9 to 12 September.
The four-day event returns bigger and better after a Covid-modified format in 2020. A record 46 galleries and other art spaces are participating in gallery open door visits, tours, talks and more.
The annual art bonanza marks the start of the artistic season, showcasing the depth of talent and diversity of the scene in Brussels. It includes the fourth edition of the exhibition Generation Brussels, promoting the work of 10 emerging young artists at the Tour à Plomb cultural centre and Lebeau building in the Sablon. Curated by Dagmar Dirkx and Zeynep Kubat, the show explores the theme of identity.
The ambitious programme is organised around some nine guided tours, each dedicated to different areas of the city. The tours combine visits of galleries and 14 guest venues, which are principally non-profit institutions and artist spaces. Other highlights include a project by young artists (Home 18-24) and an exhibition in the shop window of Kunst Aan Zet.
In a new initiative aimed at offering a more personalised experience, visitors can scan QR codes at the gallery entrances with their mobile phones (or via the website) to access a podcast and listen to the gallery owners present their spaces and works.
Aeroplastics, Arcade, Archiraar, La Patinoire Royale - Galerie Valérie Bach, Ballon Rouge, Ballroom Gallery, Baronian Xippas, Bernier/Eliades Gallery, didier Claes, CLEARING, Damien & The Love Guru, Dépendance, Dvir Gallery, Galerie DYS, MLF|Marie-Laure Fleisch, La Forest Divonne, Galerie Felix Frachon, Pierre Marie Giraud, Gladstone Gallery, Hopstreet Gallery, Xavier Hufkens, Rodolphe Janssen, La Maison de Rendez-Vous, Irène Laub Gallery, Harlan Levey Projects, LMNO, Galeria Jaqueline Martins, Maruani Mercier, Galerie Greta Meert, Meessen De Clercq, Mendes Wood DM, Nino Mier Gallery Brussels, Jan Mot, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Nosbaum Reding Gallery, Almine Rech, Michel Rein, Sorry We’re Closed, Spazio Nobile, Stems Gallery, Super Dakota, Templon (pictured above), Tim Van Laere Gallery, Vedovi Gallery and Waldburger Wouters.
Argos, Fondation Cab, La Centrale (pictured above), Etablissement d'en face, Front, Globe Aroma, Hisk, La Loge, Maison Pelgrims, n0dine, Société, Superdeals, Museum Van Buuren and Wiels.
Karolien Chromiak, Clémentine Coupau, Thiaba Diop Egutchi, Günbike Erdemir, Eléonore Joulin, Axel Korban, Jean-Samuel N'Sengi, Rebecca Quix, Estelle Saignes and Ugo Woatzi.
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