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  • CID - centre d'innovation et de design au Grand-Hornu - http://www.cid-grand-hornu.be
    21/05/2017 > 01/10/2017 - Exhibition - Nendo, Invisible outlines
    Following its debut exhibition in 2003, the nendo phenomenon has developed at an astounding pace. Under the guidance of Oki Sato, the Japanese collective has continued to impress us through the coherence and power of its vocabulary, its design that is imbued with simple,Japanese linesand given a twist not devoid of humour. Whether it iscreating furniture, objects, accessories, eating utensils or architecturallayouts, nendo respondsto the most broad-ranging projects with the same natural rigour, charged with enormous inherent poetry. Now aged 39, Oki Sato has enthusiastically accepted the CID’s invitation and for four months willtake over all the interior and exterior spaces: stables, the hay store, atrium, north wing, the square courtyard and the oval courtyard… His exhibition will form an exclusivecreation, devised in close complicity with the location. This will be a European premiere on such a scale.
    CONTACT : Gaëtan Delehouzée, 82, rue Sainte-Louise, B-7301, Hornu, tel : 32 65 61 38 87 - mail : gaetan.delehouzee@grand-hornu.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-nendo-invisible-outlines/432.html

  • ARCHITECTURE UNIT OF THE FÉDÉRATION WALLONIE-BRUXELLES - www.bozar.be
    01/09/2017 > Cellule Architecture news 2017
    A l'automne 2017, la Cellule Architecture publiera deux nouveaux guides de l'Architecture contemporaine. Après le succès des ouvrages sur Liège et de Mons, ce sont Tournai & Wallonie Picarde ainsi que Charleroi Métropole qui sont mis à l'honneur. A cette occasion, l'exposition « Architecture Wallonie-Bruxelles Inventaires #2 Inventories 2013-2016 », qui illustre l'architecture récente en Wallonie et à Bruxelles, sera présentée à Soignies puis à Tournai. La Cellule Architecture est également à l'initiative, avec d'autres partenaires, de l'exposition monographique consacrée à Jean Glibert à Bozar. Enfin, la quatrième édition de la remise du « Prix de la Maîtrise d’ouvrage publique de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles » se tiendra fin octobre.
    CONTACT : Barbara Porteman, 23, rue Ravenstein, 1000, Brussels, tel : +32 (0)2 507 84 48 - +32 (0)479 98 66 04 - mail : barbara.porteman@bozar.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/cellule-architecture-news-2017/641.html

  • BRUSSELS DESIGN SEPTEMBER - http://www.designseptember.be
    07/09/2017 > 30/09/2017 - Brussels Design September - Arts & Crafts
    Through this route, Design September wants to highlight the actors in the Arts & Crafts sector (artisans, creatives, designers,...) by opening houses, labels, workshops to the general public.
    CONTACT : Roel Rijssenbeek, tel : 32 349 35 95 - mail : Roel@best.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/brussels-design-september-arts-crafts/394.html

  • BRUSSELS DESIGN SEPTEMBER - http://www.designseptember.be
    07/09/2017 > 21/09/2017 - Brussels Design September - Lectures at Flagey
    Once again, Brussels Design September invites some of the most interesting designers and architects of our time for a series of conferences. MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES on 7/09/2017 - Flagey. NACHO CARBONELL, on 14/09/2017 - Flagey. NATHALIE DEWEZ, on 20/09/2017 - Flagey. PIET STOCKMANS, on 21/09/2017 - Flagey, RENATO TOSO and NOTI MASSARI, on 26/09/2017 - Flagey.
    CONTACT : Roel Rijssenbeek, tel : 32 349 35 95 - mail : Roel@best.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/brussels-design-september-lectures-at-flagey/396.html

  • BRUSSELS DESIGN SEPTEMBER - http://www.designseptember.be
    07/09/2017 > 30/09/2017 - Brussels Design September - FabLabs Route
    This year’s Design September will highlight the group workshops, ‘ateliers’, and their members. The event will be two-fold A joint-exhibition at the BIP where each FabLab will highlight the maker’s work and an open-door weekend (September 16th – 17th) offering learning and creation with a journey through the city and its spaces. Created in the late 1990s at the Center for Bits and Atoms at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), under the leadership of Professor Neil Gershenfeld, the FabLab are DIY (Do It Yourself) workshops geared towards the engineering and creation of material objects via digital methods. These places of exchange and co-creation allow the research, design, exploration, experimentation and realization of prototypes and finished objects. They are a more human, social and local component that are participating in this 4th industrial revolution, the merging of digital and material production. Within these spaces, amateurs and professionals alike are found around electronics, robotics and 3D printing, but also around more traditional techniques such as metallurgy and carpentry. They train each other to use machines, among other numerical production methods, and therefore re-appropriate technology, know-how and the means of production. The members share their resources and knowledge in a horizontal and dynamic way, encouraging the revelation of their individual creative potential. Close to the Hacker culture, the FabLabs propose to use open source information, but beyond that, new values are put forward. Indeed, by transforming the reliance on consumption as a manufacturer instead of buying, by learning what is useful to us, by giving ourselves the right to innovate, to modify, and to recycle, we are witnessing the emergence of a new Society of consumer-actors. In Brussels, the first FabLabs appeared at the end of 2011, today they form a dynamic and diverse community.
    CONTACT : Roel Rijssenbeek, tel : 32 349 35 95 - mail : Roel@best.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/brussels-design-september-fablabs-route/601.html

  • BRUSSELS DESIGN SEPTEMBER - http://www.designseptember.be
    07/09/2017 > 30/09/2017 - Brussels Design September - Breathe, thé installation of the festival by Pinkeye x MINI
    Cities are lacking more and more places where you can take a small break from the daily hustle and bustle. That is why MINI and Ruud Belmans, creative director of Pinkeye, joined forces to create the installation ‘Breathe’ MINI LIVING. An island in the middle of a big water basin in front of the Vismet, in the centre of Brussels that also comprises a round table. To offer a unique moment to share with the inhabitants.
    CONTACT : Roel Rijssenbeek, tel : 32 349 35 95 - mail : Roel@best.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/brussels-design-september-breathe-the-installation-of-the-festival-by-pinkeye-x-mini/624.html

  • BRUSSELS DESIGN SEPTEMBER - http://www.designseptember.be
    07/09/2017 > 30/09/2017 - Brussels Design September - Main exhibitions during Brussels Design September
    CONTACT : Roel Rijssenbeek, tel : 32 349 35 95 - mail : Roel@best.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/brussels-design-september-main-exhibitions-during-brussels-design-september/609.html

  • BRUSSELS DESIGN SEPTEMBER - http://www.designseptember.be
    07/09/2017 > 30/09/2017 - Brussels Design September 2017
    This year, Brussels Design September introduces a couple of new events. Exhibitions by renown designers in iconic places in the city like the Horta House, Bozar or MAD Brussels reinforce the cultural offer of this edition. For the first time, Design September will take place in the public space of the city centre. MINI teamed up with Ruud Belmans, creative director from Pinkeye, to create: the MINI LIVING installation “Breathe”. Brussels Design Market brings a focus on the image of Brussels, the city of vintage: a vintage district in the city, a ceramics exhibition in Tour & Taxi, and many other events will celebrate the 15 years of the Brussels Design Market, which is the biggest vintage market in Europe. Design of tomorrow and her production are central in the itinerary of FabLabs that brings a focus on 100% made in Brussels products. An exhibition in BIP presents its many expressions. The Arts&Crafts itinerary brings a focus on jewellery with a tribute to jewel workshops and designers.
    CONTACT : Roel Rijssenbeek, tel : 32 349 35 95 - mail : Roel@best.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/brussels-design-september-2017/471.html

  • BRUSSELS DESIGN SEPTEMBER - http://www.designseptember.be
    07/09/2017 > 30/09/2017 - Brussels Design September - The Henry van de Velde Awards 2017
    CONTACT : Roel Rijssenbeek, tel : 32 349 35 95 - mail : Roel@best.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/brussels-design-september-the-henry-van-de-velde-awards-2017/634.html

  • ERIC BEAUDUIN - www.ericbeauduin.be
    21/09/2017 > 14/10/2017 -
    CONTACT : Eric Beauduin, 229, Chaussée de Charleroi, 1060, Bruxelles, tel : 02 534 72 10 - mail : - URL : http://caracascom.com/en//636.html

  • BRUSSELS DESIGN SEPTEMBER - http://www.designseptember.be
    23/09/2017 > 24/09/2017 - Brussels Design Market - Tour & Taxis
    This year, Brussels Design September introduces a couple of new events. Exhibitions by renown designers in iconic places in the city like the Horta House, Bozar or MAD Brussels reinforce the cultural offer of this edition. For the first time, Design September will take in the public space of the city centre. An art work by Julien De Smedt in collaboration with Emeco and his iconic chairs that will take over the Chartreux district. You will also have the chance to discover the light installation by the Belgian office ACTLD. Brussels Design Market brings a focus on the image of Brussels, the city of vintage: a vintage district in the city, a ceramics exhibition in Tour & Taxi, and many other events will celebrate the 15 years of the Brussels Design Market, which is the biggest vintage market in Europe. Design of tomorrow and her production are central in the itinerary of Fablabs that brings a focus on 100% made in Brussels products. An exhibition in BIP presents its many expressions. Brussels Design District puts contemporary design in the spotlights: a fair in the city where the last pieces of various big design brands will be presented. The Arts&Crafts itinerary brings a focus on jewellery with a tribute to jewel workshops and designers.
    CONTACT : Roel Rijssenbeek, tel : 32 349 35 95 - mail : Roel@best.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/brussels-design-market-tour-taxis/150.html

  • ADAM - ART & DESIGN ATOMIUM MUSEUM - http://www.adamuseum.be
    26/09/2017 > 29/01/2018 -
    CONTACT : Arnaud Bozzini, Square de l’Atomium, B-1020, Bruxelles - Brussel, tel : - mail : arnaud.bozzini@atomium.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en//645.html

  • ARTCURIAL - www.artcurial.com
    20/10/2017 > 24/10/2017 -
    CONTACT : Vinciane De Traux, 5, avenue Franklin Roosevelt, B-1050, Bruxelles - Brussel, tel : 32 2 644 98 44 - mail : vdetraux@artcurial.com - URL : http://caracascom.com/en//631.html

  • CID - centre d'innovation et de design au Grand-Hornu - http://www.cid-grand-hornu.be
    22/10/2017 > 11/02/2018 - Exhibition - Patrick Marchal
    Exhibition by artist/ jewel maker Patrick Marchal who gives an original twist to jewels, while playing with the conventions of jewelry with a great sense of humour.
    CONTACT : Gaëtan Delehouzée, 82, rue Sainte-Louise, B-7301, Hornu, tel : 32 65 61 38 87 - mail : gaetan.delehouzee@grand-hornu.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-patrick-marchal/433.html

  • MUSEE L - University Museum of Louvain (in Louvain la Neuve) - www.uclouvain.be/presse
    01/11/2017 > Opening of Museum L
    Museum L: an exciting new university museum presenting a dialogue between scientific collections and art works Located in Louvain-la-Neuve, less than 30 km from Brussels, the new museum of the Catholic University of Louvain (UCL), Museum L, will open in a completely renovated building on the 18th of November. This will be Belgium’s very first large-scale university museum, with an area of more than 3,830 m² open to the public. Its distinguishing features will be the dialogues that are set up between the art works and UCL’s unique scientific collections, and three labs where the public can handle exhibits. A Buddha next to a medieval Christ, ancient writings alongside calculating machines... Museum L, with 32,000 items in its collection, explores some new and unusual encounters that tell us about the world and our humanity. Art works are not the only thing on display: the museum also presents the UCL’s scientific collections. Natural history specimens, archaeological and ethnographic objects and scientific inventions are all on show in 2,580 m² of exhibition space at the heart of a building that is a landmark of modern Belgian architecture. Museum L is not like other museums: it is a place of living dialogue and exciting discovery.
    CONTACT : Isabelle De Coster, 3, place des Sciences, B-1348, Louvain-la-Neuve, tel : 32 (0)10 47 88 70 - mail : Isabelle.decoster@uclouvain.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/opening-of-museum-l/419.html

  • ERIC BEAUDUIN - www.ericbeauduin.be
    08/11/2017 >
    CONTACT : Eric Beauduin, 229, Chaussée de Charleroi, 1060, Bruxelles, tel : 02 534 72 10 - mail : - URL : http://caracascom.com/en//643.html

  • CHRISTA RENIERS - www.christareniers.com
    08/11/2017 >
    CONTACT : Christa Reniers, Rue Lebeau, 61, 1000, Bruxelles, tel : 02 514 91 54 - mail : info@christareniers.com - URL : http://caracascom.com/en//644.html

  • CID - centre d'innovation et de design au Grand-Hornu - http://www.cid-grand-hornu.be
    22/11/2017 > 25/02/2018 - Exhibition - From Belgium with light - Belgians almost invented light
    Even though it is not always apparent in our skies, lighting is a field in which both Belgian industry and designers excel. Since the early 1980s, the expansion of companies like Schréder and the creation of such brands as Light, Modular, Kréon, Wever&Ducré, Delta Light and Dark have opened up new opportunities for industrial designers and know-how in our country. In the space of a few decades, lighting design “made in Belgium” has forged an international name for itself, and even now is still going strong. Drawing on their technical knowledge of lighting, creators including Nathalie Dewez, Jos Devriendt, Alain Berteau, Sylvain Willenz and Frederik Delbart have oriented themselves towards a more intimate, personal notion of lighting, without surrendering to the temptation of ornamentation. Belgian lighting design proposes technical, efficient lighting alongside cutting-edge know-how and is tinged with emotions when certain designers address the subject.
    CONTACT : Gaëtan Delehouzée, 82, rue Sainte-Louise, B-7301, Hornu, tel : 32 65 61 38 87 - mail : gaetan.delehouzee@grand-hornu.be - URL : http://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-from-belgium-with-light-belgians-almost-invented-light/434.html

  • THE 2ND VINTAGE COLLECTOR'S FAIR - PARIS - www.thevintagecollectorsfair.com
    30/11/2017 > 02/12/2017 -
    After a 1st edition dedicated to Hermès, we want to build with this 2nd edition a unique and international community of dealers and collectors. Together, we want to: - Offer a unique selection of vintage pieces and we want to be the right choice for individuals looking for magnificent and unique pieces - Become the reference of inspiration for beauty and a source of rare & insolite pieces - Highlight quality and history - Encourage creativity and savoir-faire - Position the Vintage and the Creation as the finest and ultimate luxury for people loving fashion, design, quality and willing to be different, unique, with their own style and personality! - Be the first selective and vetted vintage fair Internet has no boundaries, it’s a very powerful tool but there are too often a mix of everything with no price market coherence. The fair is a unique concept and a strategy of communication in our business, in what we love. We insist on the engagement and international character of the fair. To guarantee the reputation and the image of the Vintage Collector’s fair and in order to attract the best buyers, pieces exhibited at the fair will be vetted. The image of the fair has to be fashionable, desirable and collectable characterized by boldness, chic and elegance. The objective of the fair is to become the coolest and the finest fair for vintage amateurs and collectors.
    CONTACT : Catherine Lecomte, Rue de la Chapelle, 131, 4800, Verviers, tel : +32/487.378.995 - mail : info@thevintagecollectorsfair.com - URL : http://caracascom.com/en//647.html

  • CALENDAR

26/09/2017
Press Preview A Tribute to Componibili, ADAM, (Brussels)

29/09/2017
Press Preview Forum Impact, Centexbel (Grâce-Hollogne)

29/09/2017
Press Preview Anne-Marie Schneider, MAC's (Grand-Hornu)

06/10/2017
Opening 11e Marché du Livre de Mariemont, Musée royal de Mariemont (Morlanwelz)

13/10/2017
Press Preview David Lachapelle After the deluge, BAM (Mons)

20/10/2017
Press Preview Patrick Marchal, CID (Grand-Hornu)

20/10/2017
Press Preview Jompet Kuswidananto & Cabinet d'amateurs Jacques André, MAC's (Grand-Hornu)

24/10/2017
Press Preview Archipel, La Boverie (Liège)

24/10/2017
Sale Charlotte Perriand, Artcurial (Paris)

26/10/2017
Press Preview Jean Glibert Peintre en bâtiment, BOZAR (Brussels)

27/10/2017
Press Preview Léopold Survage Abstrait ou cubiste ?, MiLL (La Louvière)

08/11/2017
Preview Collaboration Eric Beauduin and Christa Reniers, Brussels

08/11/2017
Preview Collaboration Eric Beauduin and Christa Reniers, Antwerp

09/11/2017
Press Preview Antica Namur (Namur)

09/11/2017
Press Preview Faïences et Porcelaines, Musée Royal de Mariemont (Morlanwelz)

14/11/2017
Press Preview Opening Musée L (Louvain-La-Neuve)

17/11/2017
Press Preview Les Belges ont presque inventé la lumière, CID (Grand-Hornu)

21/11/2017
Europalia - Première : Topeng Cirbon + Medium, Théâtre de Liège

24/11/2017
Press Preview L'usine à bulles, Théâtre de Liège

30/11/2017
Press Preview The 2nd Vintage Collector's Fair, Katheley's

16/02/2018
Press Preview BIP2018 (Liège)

02/03/2018
Press Preview Adel Abdessemed, MAC's (Grand-Hornu)