HC (Friedemann Heckel and Lukas Müller) – ‘Fuoco Alle Galere’

Damien & The Love Guru Rue de Tamines 19, Taminesstraat, 1060, Brussels, Belgium

'COFFEE SICILY' by Anna Castelli, Franco La Cecla Go to the bar in the morning, nod to the guy at the coffee machine. Watch, out of the corner of your eye, how his wrist is at a right angle while pressing the powder, just the right amount; how he screws the portafilter to the machine; […]

Willehad Eilers – Schwanzwald

Harlan Levey Projects Rue Isidoor Teirlinckstraat 65, 1080 Brussels, Belgium

Willehad Eilers also works under the pseudonym Wayne Horse. Beginning his career in the German graffiti scene, Eilers later went on to graduate from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam (NL) before attending the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam (NL)

Marcelo Moscheta – Mise en Abyme

Gallery NOSCO Rue Lebeau 43, Brussels, Belgium

Marcelo Moscheta challenges our perception and questions our relationship with nature through various media such as installation, sculpture, drawing and collage. Anchored in a conceptual approach, the artist is inspired by the remote places he surveys and addresses the issue of displacement, territory and memory. He collects elements and images on site and re-appropriates this material through drawing and creation of installations.

Gopal Dagnogo – Life in Dark II

didier Claes Rue de l'Abbaye 14, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium

Gopal Dagnogo's works are exhibited in major exhibitions, biennales, galleries and international art fairs. They are also included in prestigious collections. Gopal Dagnogo was born in 1973 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

Jos de Gruyter & Harald Tys – Macro

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

At the end of the 1970s, we watched ‘Micro Macro’ on Belgian television every day. In this game show, a number of candidates were shown an extreme close-up of an object. While the image zoomed out very slowly, they had to guess which item it was. Whoever recognized it first won the corresponding object. Usually, it was a trivial thing like an ashtray, a padlock, a bucket or a mixer.

Milton Avery

Xavier Hufkens - Van Eyck 44 rue Van Eyck, Brussels, Belgium

American painter Milton Avery (1885-1965) is known for his evocative compositions of landscapes, domestic scenes and still lifes. Celebrated for his distillation of form and harmonious use of colour, Avery’s singular oeuvre straddles the major art movements of his age – American Impressionism, American Modernism and Abstract Expressionism – yet conforms to none.

Sophie Nys

Galerie Greta Meert Rue du Canal 13, Vaartstraat, 1000 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

Sophie Nys uses sculpture, photography, video, text and objects to examine precise philosophical, political, historical and artistic themes with a wry sense of humor. Often working from local stories or from the particularity of everyday objects, she addresses larger issues class and gender by asserting the social idiosyncrasy of common objects, products, materials and ideas.

Jacob Kassay – Never Before Seen Footage of Woodstock

Galerie Greta Meert Rue du Canal 13, Vaartstraat, 1000 Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium

About Jacob Kassay: b. in 1984 in Lewiston, New York, USA Lives and works in New York, USA Jacob Kassay practice includes painting, works on paper, mixed media, film, installation and collaborative projects. Kassay pursues the lineage of paintings as places for light and shadow. With their shimmering silver surfaces, his canvases transform blankness into […]

Pierre et Gilles – The colors of time

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

Pierre was born in 1950 in La Roche-Sur-Yon, Gilles in Le Havre in 1953. They are internationally renowned artists who have been producing works together since 1976, creating a world where painting and photography meet. Their art is peopled by their friends and family, anonymous and famous, who appear in sophisticated life-size sets the artists […]

Guy de Malherbe, “Pierres d’attente”, Solo Show

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

From 11 May to 24 June 2023 the Galerie La Forest Divonne presents the recent paintings of Guy de Malherbe in a solo exhibition entitled “Pierres d’attente”. Landscapes or still lifes very expressive, in which rocks or oyster shells open the door to dreams or imagination. One thinks of the “dream stones” so present in […]


Trevor Yeung – Silent Floaters

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

For Silent Floaters, Trevor Yeung considers indicators, elements that indirectly reveal the presence of other elements — like smoke manifests air currents, or the worm-like forms in the eye (‘floaters’) which only appear when one looks at the sky. What if indicators could also make visible the state of a relationship or the unspoken ties between […]

Kenan Hasimbegovic – Hasimoto Namahove

Frédérick Mouraux Gallery 690 Chaussée de Waterloo | Waterloosesteenweg Rivoli Building, ground floor #27 #28, Brussels, Belgium

Kenan Hasimbegovic studied Fine Arts in Bosnia at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo. He has been living in Antwerp for the past 10 years. He works and exhibits in Belgium. Some artists know how to make us travel in an intimate world; a world that we once thought was forgotten, a world of […]

Raphaële de Broissia – Wild Herbarium

Frédérick Mouraux Gallery 690 Chaussée de Waterloo | Waterloosesteenweg Rivoli Building, ground floor #27 #28, Brussels, Belgium

Born in 1985, Raphaële de Broissia studied textile design at the Françoise Conte School and Fine Arts at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where she resided until 2016. She then moved to Hong Kong, from 2016 to 2020, and now lives near Annecy in France. Raphaële de Broissia is particularly inspired by […]

Studio LENCA – Cutting Through

EDJI Gallery Rue du Page, 15, Brussels, Belgium

EDJI GALLERY is proud to announce its first solo exhibition with artist STUDIO LENCA (José Campos), launching on May 16, 2023, in Brussels. Entitled "Cutting Through", this three-part exhibition will present the artist’s newest bodies of works in which he seeks to represent, through different mediums, the power of art in overcoming social, political, and […]

Atelier Van Lieshout – Arena

Nosbaum Reding Gallery Rue de la Concorde 60, Brussels, Belgium

Atelier Van Lieshout is the studio founded by sculptor, painter and visionary Joep van Lieshout. After graduating at the Rotterdam Art Academy Van Lieshout quickly rose to fame with projects that travelled between the world of easy-clean design and the non-functional area of art: sculpture and installations, buildings and furniture, utopias and dystopias. Van Lieshout […]

15 Year Anniversary Brussels

Galerie Nathalie Obadia Rue Charles Decoster 8Charles Decosterstraat, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium

Galerie Nathalie Obadia in Brussels is pleased to present an exhaustive overview of the artists it represents through an exceptional group exhibition. This is an important moment for the gallery as it celebrates both the 15th anniversary of its presence in Brussels and the 30th anniversary of the opening of its very first location in […]


rodolphe janssen | 35 Rue de Livourne 35, Brussels, Belgium

ORDER & DISORDER (in collaboration with QG Gallery)

Falk Gernegroß

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

Ethan Cook

NINO MIER GALLERY | 25 Rue Ernest Allard 25, Brussels, Belgium

Paul McCarthy

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

American artist Paul McCarthy is known for his wide-ranging and often provocative and disturbing œuvre, which encompasses performance, photography, film, multimedia installations, sculpture, drawing and painting. Messy, antagonistic, sexually explicit and politically charged, McCarthy’s output takes aim at consumerism, popular culture and our innermost fears and neuroses, such as sex, bodily fluids and human orifices. […]

Lucile Bertrand et François Réau – Voyageurs Immobiles

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

Irène Laub gallery is happy to present a dialogue between Lucile Bertrand and François Réau. The exhibition “Voyageurs Immobiles” unfolds as a meditative exploration of time and ever-changing landscapes. Through works on paper and installations, both artists offer their own perception, measure and understanding of the world that flows around them. Lucile Bertrand was born […]