Founded in 2012 by Liv Vaisberg, Edouard Meier and Pieter Vermeulen and grown over the years into the leading critical fair for contemporary art in Belgium, POPPOSITIONS presents its 8th edition, Capital of Woke. It takes place from 25 to 28 April 2019 during the Art Brussels Week, under the direction of Rachelle Dufour and, for the third year, under the artistic direction of Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk, curator and writer at The Office for Curating (NL). For this edition, Lekkerkerk has devised the framework Capital of Woke for which art initiatives were invited to submit a proposal.
Galerie Coucou presents ‘Rübe und Stapel’: a duo exhibition by Anna Holzhauer and Charlotte Mumm.
The second exhibition of Ewa Doroszenko and Jacek Doroszenko in Propaganda is a real untruth or an untrue reality.
Hydrobutter group show at GOMO Artspace, curated by Nika Kupyrova.
At Róbert Batykó’s (1981) solo exhibition, acb Gallery presents a selection of the painter’s latest works. The enigmatic spaces and mysterious compositions that have emerged in Batykó’s most recent paintings mark a new stage in his remarkably consistent oeuvre.
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