Within the framework of the 5th edition of Artview, the ADAM is hosting the BPS22. From the 1980s, artists began to be interested in the boundaries between the work of art and the everyday object. They questioned the paradoxical nature of industrial design creations, being intrigued by the dual functionality of these items. They then took to creating works that were situated “on the borderline between design and the plastic arts”. Following in the wake of Duchamp's Ready-Made movement, then the Pop Art trend, this exhibition brings together around ten works (by Michel François, Wim Delvoye, Méret Oppenheim, Gilbert & George, Maarten Baas and Marcel Marïen) from the collection of pieces that span the frontier between design and the plastic arts that is held by the Province of Hainaut.