work in process, work in progress

Galeria Jaqueline Martins Rue aux Laines 14, Wolstraat, 1000 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

Galeria Jaqueline Martins is pleased to present work in process, work in progress, a group exhibition bringing together artists from the gallery program as well as invited Brussels based artists. The exhibition creates connections between individuals from different backgrounds and generations who share a common interest in exploring the intersections between environmental and societal concerns. […]

Michel Mouffe, Tous les matins du monde

Galerie La Patinoire Royale Bach Rue Veydt 15, Veydstraat, 1060 Saint-Gilles, Brussels, Belgium

Michel Mouffe’s paintings embody a profound connection with being, revealing a unified multiplicity within the canvas. His artworks, with their fused layers of acrylic, create paradoxical color harmonies. The metal bars fixed on the wooden frame and underlying the canvas are shaped in a way to apply sufficient pressure to deform it. The resulting volumes […]

Nathanaëlle Herbelin ‘Undivided Attention’

Xavier Hufkens | Rivoli Rue Saint-Georges 107, Ixelles, Belgium

Born in Israel in 1989 to a French father and an Israeli mother, Nathanaëlle Herbelin has always been drawn to make work that reflects her position within and between the two cultures. Her works contain subtle hints—both in subject matter and form—as windows into a world imbued with a quiet melancholy. Herbelin encourages the viewer […]


Fondation CAB Rue Borrens 32, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium

To celebrate Albert Baronian’s 50 years as a gallery owner, on September 6 the Fondation CAB opens the “Quinquagesimum” (latin for “fiftieth anniversary”. This is Albert Baronian’s third exhibition at CAB, following “Bande à Part” in 2014 and “Shaping Light” in 2018. It is not, strictly speaking, a “retrospective”, but a presentation of works by […]

Boiler Room with Heide Hinrichs, curated by Philippe Van Cauteren

Galeria Jaqueline Martins Rue aux Laines 14, Wolstraat, 1000 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

Opening: September 7, 17h-20h The Boiler Room project is a collaborative international platform of artistic and critical exhibition located in the basement of the same building as Galeria Jaqueline Martins in Brussels. Hosting four guests per year, the project creates opportunities for like-minded galleries to insert themselves into a larger, international context, at the same […]

The Rain has Changed | Kate Burling

Nosbaum Reding Rue de la Concorde 60, Brussels, Belgium

The Rain has Changed Solo show by Kate Burling Opening: Thursday 7th September, during Brussels Gallery Weekend. On show from 8.9.23 to 7.10.23 Nosbaum Reding | Bruxelles   Image: Kate Burling "Rain Pipe", 2023 Oil on canvas 150 x 170 cm

Indigo memories | William Grob

Nosbaum Reding Rue de la Concorde 60, Brussels, Belgium

Indigo memories Solo show by William Grob Opening: Thursday 7th September 2023, during Brussels Gallery Weekend On show from 8.9.23 to 7.10.23 Nosbaum Reding | Bruxelles Image: William Grob Ocean wash, 2023 Huile sur toile 40 x 50 cm

Misheck Masamvu – Pivot

Bernier/Eliades Rue du Châtelain 46, Kasteleinsstraat, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium

The Bernier / Eliades Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Zimbabwean artist Misheck Masamvu – titled Pivot. Marking the artist’s first solo exhibition in Belgium, the body of work combines striking colour with a distinct expressionist style to establish a grammar of chaotic compositions, gestural brushwork and perpetually altered or […]

Emma Larsson – Poetry of Living

Galerie DYS Rue de l'Arbre Bénit 84, Gewijde-Boomstraat 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium

'Poetry of Living' is the first solo exhibition by Swedish artist Emma Larson at the gallery and in Belgium. Emma Larson (SE) presents a series of recent paintings and watercolors on paper that feature abundant fungal forms with multiple eyes and toxic halos. Within these vibrant shades, extravagant and colorful vegetation thrives. Each watercolor or […]

Paul Wackers – The Window Goes Both Ways

Alice Gallery Rue du pays de Liège, 4, Brussels, Belgium

VERNISSAGE : SEPTEMBER 7TH FROM 6 TO 9PMEXHIBITION : 08.09 - 14.10.2023 The New York artist's initial interest lies in figurative painting, which he gently steers towards abstraction. Paul's paintings give birth to non-places, vegetal landscapes adorned with libraries and windowsills, providing a glimpse into a parallel reality. These uninhabited spaces mirror an inner perception […]


Gauthier Hubert – je dois vous dire que Tarzan n’a pas écrit Le Livre de la jungle et Mowgli n’a pas couché avec Jane.

Irène Laub Gallery Rue Van Eyck 29,Van Eyckstraat, 1000 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

Irène Laub gallery is pleased to announce the next solo show of the Belgian artist: Gauthier Hubert This second solo exhibition presents a new series of fascinating characters in immersive colours. Gauthier Hubert's paintings, combining a strangeness of form with perfect technique, create a mixed feeling of seduction and discomfort. Gauthier Hubert was born in […]

A Sedimentation of the Mind

Meessen De Clercq Abdijstraat 2A Rue de l'Abbaye, Brussels, Belgium

Ellen Harvey, Goshka Macuga, Solène Rigou, Namsal Siedlecki, Gaspar Willmann

Thierry De Cordier ‘Passe-montagne’

Xavier Hufkens | St-Georges Rue St-Georges 6, Brussels, Belgium

Thierry De Cordier is a philosopher, visual artist, writer and poet. As a young artist, he lived a nomadic existence that led him to reflect upon architecture as a model for social relations. For a long time, his garden was a substitute and a metaphor for the world. Later, he turned his back to the […]

Mario De Brabandere

Mulier Mulier 10 rue Saint-George, Brussels, Belgium

Mario De Brabandere Apparentness A Look at the Art of Mario De Brabandere - Art that doesn't immediately confront the world head-on captivates, stirs, and leaves aside the 1/1 projection with reality, guiding the viewer's thoughts to the backside of things. When art doesn't present itself right away or pretend to be flawless, it leads […]

Belgian New Generation

Belgian Gallery Brussels Rue de Florence 39, Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium

The paintings and sculptures of four contemporary artists based in Belgium will occupy the space of the Belgian Gallery. Stefan Peters, Griet Troch, Robin Wen and Cindy Wright will invite us to observe their world imbued with silences, fragility, vanity, and refinement.

Rachel Labastie, “(Re)Lier”, Solo Show

Galerie La Forest Divonne Rue de l'Hôtel des Monnaies 66, Munthofstraat, 1060 Saint-Gilles, Brussels, Belgium

From September 7 to October 21, 2023, Galerie La Forest Divonne Bruxelles presents «(Re)Lier», a solo exhibition by Rachel Labastie. Sculptor and performer Rachel Labastie works in ceramics, weaving and many unusual materials such as raw clay, wicker and ashes. Her art is both deeply rooted in the material and conceptually rich. Through her artistic […]


Peter Halley

MARUANI MERCIER Avenue Louise 430, Belgium

In the early 1980s, Peter Halley established a distinct visual language consisting of cells, conduits, and prisons that he has continued to explore throughout his career. The seemingly limitless possibilities of these elements are present in Black Light, where interlocking canvases combine to create off-balance, precarious structures. With the predominant use of the colour black, Halley expands on ideas established […]

Animal Power! Group Exhibition

MONTORO12 GALLERY Avenue Van Volxem 316, Brussels, Belgium

Montoro12 Gallery is proud to present Animal Power!, a group exhibition of nine international artists - many exhibiting in Brussels for the first time - exploring non-human animals in fascinating works comprising installation, video, drawing, painting, sculpture, photography and textile art. In recent years there has been a great profusion of scholarly writing in the […]

Lili Dujourie

Jan Mot Petit Sablon 10, Kleine Zavel, 1000 Brussels, Brussels, Belgium

Jan Mot is proud to host Lili Dujourie for her first solo exhibition since she recently joined the gallery. The exhibition brings together key works by the artist from the early 1970s to the early 2000s, in a range of media that exemplifies the artist’s virtuosity in sculpture, video and collage. Among the pieces selected […]


Galerie Christophe Gaillard Quai du commerce 50 Handelskaai, Brussels, Belgium

Galerie Christophe Gaillard is delighted to unveil the inaugural exhibition of its new space in Brussels: Signatures. Fifteen of the gallery’s thirty-five artists, who best express the gallery’s identity, will take part in the exhibition. Since opening his first exhibition space in Paris in 2007, Christophe Gaillard has made a dynamic impact on the contemporary […]

Yuji Agematsu

Gladstone Gallery Rue du Grand Cerf 12 Grotehertstraat, 1000 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

Since 1985 Yuji Agematsu has collected objects as he walks the streets of New York. Here wall mounted panels provide him with a structure within which to improvise and compose such objects, as–is. Each panel is arranged without a plan, forms emerge or grow through working, and later the artist goes back to secure them […]

Une décennie bruxelloise

Michel Rein Rue Washington 51A, Brussels, Belgium

‘Une décennie bruxelloise’ - 10th anniversary of the Michel Rein gallery in Brussels Collective exhibition featuring the 26 artists showcased individually over the past 10 years. Group exhibition with Maria Thereza Alves, Farah Atassi, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Sébastien Bonin, Michele Ciacciofera, Franck Christen, Abigail DeVille, Jimmie Durham, Dora Garcia, Piero Gilardi, Fadia Haddad, Christian Hidaka, Armand […]

Mia Enell – Split

NINO MIER | 41 Rue Ernest Allard 41, Brussels, Belgium

Nino Mier Gallery is thrilled to announce an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Mia Enell, on view in Brussels from September 7 – October 28, 2023. Surveying work from 2017 – 2022, Split is the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. In the work on view, Enell creates a visual lexicon redolent both […]

Claude Viallat – Quelques pas de côté

TEMPLON Rue Veydt 13A, Veydstraat, 1060 Saint Gilles, Brussels, Belgium

87-year-old French artist Claude Viallat is taking “a couple of sidesteps” to reveal a series of new paintings created between 2022 and 2023 at the Galerie Templon Brussels space. A founder and leading member of the Supports/Surfaces group in the 1970s, Claude Viallat has spent the last 50 years exploring the limits of abstract painting […]