On September 23, a young duo - Elisa Huberty and Rébecca Prosper - will open a new hybrid space for resolutely engaged contemporary art at 142 Blaesstraat, in the heart of the Marolles: that's what x said. A breath of fresh air for the capital's current art market, with a committed and ambitious program characterized by discoveries and high-flying young talent. The first event will be dedicated from September 23 to October 24 to Clara-Lane Lens, a young painter born in Brussels, trained at the MSK in Ghent and commuting between Berlin and Belgium. Immersed in the world of music since childhood by her father, the composer Nicholas Lens, Clara-Lane Lens lives rebelliously and determinedly in the creation in 360 degrees. She finds her inspiration in the details of everyday life and the people around her, which she photographs as the basis for her work to blur the genre to leave room only for the person in themselves.