Posts with tag Wiels

Exhibitions

Marc Camille Chaimowicz – Nuit américaine

Marc Camille Chaimowicz is an understated pioneer, who has steadfastly sailed against the prevailing artistic winds since the start of his career in London in…

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Printed Matter

Heide Hinrichs, Jo-ey Tang and Elizabeth Haines — shelf documents: art library as practice

Between a reader, an artist’s book, a project documentation and a catalogue, shelf documents might recall a pamphlet, a roadmap, or a recipe book that…

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Exhibitions

Yuki Okumura & Hisachika Takahashi- Collaboration Study

The ongoing collaborative interaction between Yuki Okumura (1978–) and Hisachika Takahashi (1940–) started with Okumura’s reactivation of Takahashi’s little known solo show at Wide…

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Gabriel Kuri – sorted, resorted

Gabriel Kuri knows how many beans make five. Working as an undercover economist, he creates sculptures that embody question of value, arresting usually intangible flows…

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Hana Miletić – Dependencies

Hana Miletić is a keen observer of the social realities that often go unnoticed in public space. She explores the city and its communities marked…

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Simon Denny – Business Insider

Simon Denny’s practice explores the systemic societal changes that have taken place in recent decades, often referred to as the digital revolution. He is interested…

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Edith Dekyndt at Wiels

For her first major retrospective, the Belgian artist Edith Dekyndt has created new works and has brought existing ones together: projections, painterly abstracts and drawings,…

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