Opening the 15th of June
16 June till the 7th of August from 12-18pm at Museum Botanique
Rue Royale 236, 1210 Saint-Josse-ten-Noode
Open every day except Monday and Tuesday from 12-6pm
The "SPECTRE" exhibition, featuring seven sculptors of all generations, is a theatrical production held in Le Botanique Museum, and is curated by Lola Meotti and Grégory Thirion.
Unusual everyday objects arise in the room as if to call us to order or, conversely, to resist. Scales are distorted, inspirations are marginal, and referents appear out of surrealist analepses. The materials used evoke an abrupt reality. Concrete, brick, resin, wood, and plaster join forces to firmly root the audience in a tangible world. But their presence and influence force us to confront our reference points through a fantastic aura and disturbing realism. SPECTRE invites us to rethink our collective memory and reconsider the territories that we inhabit, to observe the architecture around us and more broadly, to reconsider the notion of “living together” and its drawbacks.
With Jonathan De Winter - Benoit Jacquemin - Lucie Lanzini - Charlotte Lavandier - Alexandra Leyre Mein - Lionel Pennings - Amélie Scotta
Hedwig Brouckaert and Alexandra Leyre Mein
01/07/2022 — 10/07/2022
Fri- Sun 2-6pm and by appointment
The exhibition 'Spreekkamer' at Poort 8 in Ghent will show sculptural works by Alexandra Leyre Mein and Hedwig Brouckaert. The artists met in 2016 in NYC, where Leyre Mein lived and worked for several years, and where Brouckaert established herself since 2011.
The heavy soundproof doors in the exhibition space of Gate 8 are reminiscent of the time when it served as a cardiologist's consultation room. Both artists refer to the physical and psychological in their work.
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Thursday 7 September 2017
14:00 - 21:00
Fri. 8, Sat. 9 & Sun. 10 September
11:00 - 19:00
during Brussels Gallery Weekend
address : 186 rue WASHINGTON str - 1050 Brussels
new opening hours Fri. & Sat. 10:30 - 18:30 or by appointment
Nancy FOOTS - Alexandra LEYRE MEIN - Till RABUS - Terry RODGERS - Geraldine SWAYNE - Gavin TURK - Matteo BASILE - Katia BOURDAREL - Jake & Dinos CHAPMAN
Mat COLLISHAW - Gina CZARNECKI - Till FREIWALD - Eckart HAHN
Zoe LEONARD - Arik LEVY - Filip MARKIEWICZ - Dominic McGILL
Yasumasa MORIMURA - Nam June PAIK - Andres SERRANO
Léopold RABUS - Danny ROLPH
Elodie ANTOINE - Jérôme CONSIDERANT - Jeroen FRATEUR (presented by Lily Robert gallery, Paris) - John ISAACS - Michael JOHANSSON - Arik LEVY - Marco MAZZUCCONI - Mark TITCHNER - Gavin TURK - Atelier VAN LIESHOUT
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INTUITION - Venice Biennale 2017
Palazzo Fortuny 13 May – 26 November 2017
“The ferryman”, 56 min film created by Damien Jalet together with Gilles Delmas will be screened in a loop during the whole Venice biennale at palazzo Fortuny part of “Intuition” Curated by Daniela Ferretti and Axel Vervoordt.
Opening the 10th of May until 26 November 2017
Palazzo Fortuny San Marco 3958, 30124 Venice
Picture by Gilles Delmas, set by Nawa Kohei, costume by Alexandra Leyre Mein.
Intuition features specially commissioned works by leading artists such as Marina Abramović, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Maurizio Donzelli, Ann Veronica Janssens, Alberto Garutti and Kimsooja, which will be exhibited alongside existing pieces by among others Hilma af Klint, Afro, Michaël Borremans, Thierry De Cordier, Antony Gormley, Anish Kapoor and several anonymous artists from various origins and countries.
The exhibition also features performances by a number of young artists, including a sleep-performance by Matteo Nasini, a dance performance by Yasmine Hugonnet, a hypnosis performance by Marcos Lutyens, a public improvisation Straatman by Angel Vergara, and a live performance of a new "Architecture Sonore" by the musician Mireille Capelle, especially created for the exhibition.