EXHIBITIONS

2018
 
 
 

FLATLAND / ABSTRACTIONS NARRATIVES #2

07/10/2017 - 02/04/2018

Borrowing its title from a book written in 1884 by Edwin A. Abbott, where the leading characters are geometric forms, and the narrator, a Square, describes his discovery of a three-dimensional world, this group show deals with the way in which, from the 1960s on, artists have drawn inspiration from the formal abstract vocabularies which ran through the 20th century, infiltrating them with narratives. Flatland / Abstractions narratives #2 brings together some thirty artists from different generations.

Flatland / Abstractions narratives #2

SU-MEI TSE

NESTED

07/10/2017 - 02/04/2018

Marked by her cosmopolitan origins, between Europe and Asia, and by her interest in the world’s acoustic dimension, Su-Mei Tse’s praxis is permeated by issues such as time, memory, rhythm, and language. Assuming the most varied of forms – sculptures, videos, photographs, installations –, her works invariably create shifts between different fields.

Su-Mei Tse

JOÃO PENALVA

03/03/2018 - 16/09/2018

The Portuguese artist João Penalva creates poetic fictions, that stimulate our imagination. His visual tales, whether of an intimate character or large staged installations, combine painting, photography, video and documents; image, text and sound.

João Penalva

ANNE TERESA DE KEERSMAEKER / ROSAS: WORK/TRAVAIL/ARBEID

14/04/2018 - 15/04/2018

What would it mean for a choreography to be performed as an exhibition? 

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas: Work/Travail/Arbeid

NO MAN’S LAND

NATURAL SPACES, TESTING GROUNDS

27/04/2018 - 09/09/2018

Sanctuarization is one of the responses to ecological concerns about natural territories: the desired solution as such, but also one which results from effects induced by military or political situations.

No Man’s Land

KATINKA BOCK

SMOG / TOMORROW’S SCULPTURE

27/04/2018 - 02/09/2018

Folding, wrapping, moulding, rubbing, balancing, falling... Katinka Bock's sculptures are made from materials such as clay, stone, wood, copper, and bronze and result from simple gestures that are directly legible in the form of the artwork.

Katinka Bock