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in to me see in to me sea
Els Martens

'in to me see in to me sea' by Els Martens is now available! The series of images in this photo book are built around the juxtaposition of a local night-club and a polar day, thus rendering human rites of passage against the backdrop of more-than-human processes.

With a text by Alicja Melzacka and graphic design by Studio Luc Derycke. Published by MER. The art imprint of Borgerhoff & Lamberigts.

To fund this publication, Els Martens is issuing 10 artist prints and selling three unique photographs!

Cover design by Studio Luc Derycke.

New magazine
Stories by Schönfeld n° 1

The first 'Stories by Schönfeld' is out! With a.o. a blind date with Eliza Pepermans & Hilde Borgermans, a collectors talk with Wouter Bouvijn & Eva Vanhengel, an interview with architect Elizabet Iglesias and a fashion shoot for Louis Vuitton with paintings by Albert Pepermans.

Cover designed by Desirée De Winter

Paper Whispers
Schönfeld Gallery

A group show with works on paper by Marta Barrenechea, Tina Berning, Terry Ekasala, Rikako Kawauchi and Jenny Watson.

> 24 June 2023

Schönfeld Gallery
Rivoli Brussels, Chaussée de Waterloo 690

Terry Ekasala. Courtesy of the artist.

Highway Vagabond
Thomas Renwart

'Highway Vagabond' is Renwart's first gallery solo show. The exhibition is an ode to handwork. Never before has the artist weaved so much himself, blending handwork with contemporary digital techniques and experimenting with glitter and shiny materials.

> 28 May 2023

Barbé Gallery
Penitentenstraat 29, 9000 Gent

Thomas Renwart. Courtesy of the artist and Barbé Gallery.

New magazine

A new kunst-zetter magazine is out! With a.o. interviews with Hugo Duchateau (about his expo 'Zin in Zien' in CC Maasmechelen) and Ives Maes (about his expo 'Kosmorama' in KMSKA) and a blind date between Aaron Victor Peeters and Piet Stockmans.​​​​​​​​​

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Cover designed by Jorden Boulet.

Het Erf
Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens

'Het Erf' explores the collection of Irma and Jules Dhondt-Dhaenens, for which they had their own museum built in Deurle in 1967. Now, 56 years later, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens is studying the origins of its own existence through a selection of historical artworks and never-before-shown archival material.

> 21 May 2023

Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens
Museumlaan 14, 9831 Deurle

Courtesy Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens.

A selection of contemporary ceramics

With the group exhibition 'CRMCS#3', gallerist Elke Helbig and curator/artist Kris Campo pay tribute to the expressive power, sensuality, tactility, spectacle value and visual richness of the medium of clay. It's a surprising combination of work with different perspectives.

> 29 April 2023

Galerie Zwart Huis
Rivoli Brussels, Chaussée de Waterloo 690

Courtesy Galerie Zwart Huis.

The I's Inside
Christina Zimpel

In her exhibition 'The I's Inside', Australian artist Christina Zimpel presents a series of enigmatic female portraits. They are the results of various interests and inspirations. A parade of conspicuous women. Outcasts and outsiders.

> 29 April 2023

Schönfeld Gallery
Rivoli Brussels, Chaussée de Waterloo 690

Christina Zimpel. Courtesy of the artist and Schönfeld Gallery.

Every little soul must shine
Alexandra Phillips

In 'Every little soul must shine' Alexandra Phillips shows an idiosyncratic selection of work. In addition, the kinetic installation 'A Habit is Also a Legend' is shown in the SD Worx building near the gallery.

> 15 April 2023

Coppejans Gallery
Falconplein 17/19, 2000 Antwerp

Alexandra Phillips. Courtesy of the artist and Coppejans Gallery.

Panta Rhei, Spiegelrei
Ria Verhaeghe

Ria Verhaeghe is fascinated by water in a constant state of change. In 'Panta Rhei, Spiegelrei' she combines drawings, photographs and sculptures with her series 'Provisoria', a collection of catalogued newspaper photographs.

> 30 April 2023

Gemeenteplein 12, 8790 Waregem

Ria Verhaeghe. Courtesy Richard Saltoun Gallery. Copyright the artist.

Enzo Mari

Dedicated to the work and ideas of the famous Italian designer, artist and theorist Enzo Mari (1932 - 2020), the retrospective 'Enzo Mari curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist with Francesca Giacomelli' brings never-before-seen projects, models, drawings, films and posters from the 'Enzo Mari Archive'.

The exhibition consists of a historical section, curated by Francesca Giacomelli featuring Mari's work between 1952 and 2012, with the reproposal of the last exhibition project curated by the artist himself in 2008-2009 for GAM in Turin. This historical section is complemented by a series of contributions from contemporary, international artists and designers who were invited by Hans Ulrich Obrist to pay tribute to Mari with new installations: Belgian OpenStructures, Adrian Paci, Barbara Stauffacher Solomon, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Tacita Dean, Nanda Vigo and Virgil Abloh.

11 February > 29 May 2023

C-Mine 10, 3600 Genk

Enzo Mari with Elio Mari 'The Nature Series No. 1: the apple' 1961. Silk-screen print on texilina paper. Photo: Danese Milano.

Christophe Coppens

With 'Playdate', Christophe Coppens takes you to a former hideout, his old playroom. His childhood is a recurring theme for the artist, but never before has he focussed so radically on the days when he could still go and retreat carefree while the world outside rushed by.

> 4 March 2023

Galerie Zwart Huis
Rivoli Brussels, Chaussée de Waterloo 690

Christophe Coppens. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Zwart Huis.
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