The young Dutch artist has built up a diverse oeuvre in which language is increasingly prominent both as a theme and as a medium.
Over the past fifty years, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven has built up an oeuvre that is not only extensive, colourful and futuristic, but also layered, feminist and strongly critical of society.
Jonas Vansteenkiste creates spaces that are best described as ‘mental environments’. He invites the audience to enter.
Kevin Bauer's sculptures are utilitarian objects that you can't use.
Dutch artist Hilde Onis considers her installations a kind of arithmetic sums: the addition of objects, plus the space itself, plus the viewer.
The artist dismantles stereotypes about women and people of colour.
Unique works of art all about reproduction processes: the wonderful paradox at play in the work of Dutch artist Jaya Pelupessy.
The Antwerp painter takes animals, plants, and sailing boats, and formalises them, creating motifs that repeat through his paintings.
The Belgian-Bolivian artist translates form and material into sound, building objects in clay and playing them to produce atmospheric soundscapes.
The young Dutch sculptor reimagines what seems so common and known to us.
Too famous now to still be considered the rising star of Flemish art, Rinus Van de Velde brings a selection of his latest work to a high-profile show at Bozar in Brussels.
The Flemish painter lets you lose yourself in the multiplicity of the world at his first solo exhibition.
Media, cultures and languages collide in the works of the Moroccan-born Dutch artist.
In the video essays of Vera Mennens, art and research coexist, as do landscapes and archives.