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  • théâtre de liège - première scène de wallonie - http://www.theatredeliege.be
    Season 2019-2020
    More than before, the Théâtre de Liège, the biggest theatre in Liège, confirms its place as the platform for talent from the Féderation Wallonie-Bruxelles.
    CONTACT : Marjorie Gilen, 16, place du 20 août, B-4000, Liège, tel : 32 4 344 71 78 - mail : m.gilen@theatredeliege.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/season-2019-2020/904.html

  • Vlaamse Meesters in Situ - www.vlaamsemeestersinsitu.be
    01/06/2019 > 30/09/2020 - Flemish Masters in situ, this summer’s art’s route
    This summer, from June 1 until September 30, the art’s route « Flemish Masters in situ » highlights masterpieces from Flemish art that are still conserved in all the regions of Flanders and Brussels in their original setting (exceptional abbey’s, churches, historical sites ...). Most of the works have been restored or endowed with new lighting of museum quality. Every work is also commented by a multilingual audio device. Contemporary art is also included on the trajectory. The art’s route « Flemish Masters in situ » is an initiative of OKV, with the support of Tourism Flanders.
    CONTACT : Peter Wouters, Sint-Margrietstraat 11, 9000, Gent, tel : 09 269 58 30 - mail : info@vlaamsemeestersinsitu.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/flemish-masters-in-situ-this-summers-arts-route/888.html

  • labiomista -
    06/07/2019 > 34000 visitors in 2019 in LABIOMISTA, Genk
    On July 7, 2019, LABIOMISTA opened her doors. Four months later, the first season was finished. With 34 000 visitors, LABIOMISTA can look back on a big succes. LABIOMISTA is a project by the Belgian visual artist Koen Vanmechelen. It is a unique tribute to bicultural diversity, fertility and identity, in a unique combination of art and philosophy.
    CONTACT : Goele Schoofs, Marcel Habetslaan 50, B-3600, Genk, tel : +32 495 66 67 71 - mail : goele@koenvanmechelen.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/34000-visitors-in-2019-in-labiomista-genk/900.html

  • vhello - www.vhello.be
    20/07/2019 > Vhello, a new cycle circuit in Hainaut
    Discover the new bicycle circuit of 880 km throughout the most beautiful areas in Coeur de Hainaut and its 24 villages!
    CONTACT : Natacha Vandenberghe, tel : 00 32 65 40 53 40 - mail : natacha.vandenberghe@ville.mons.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/vhello-a-new-cycle-circuit-in-hainaut/939.html

  • louise o'sman | homerecords - http://louiseosman.com/
    06/09/2019 > Louise O'sman
    On September 6, Louise O’sman will sign her first album with homerecords.be She is part of a new generation that gives an own twist to French chanson, with jazzy elements.
    CONTACT : Jérôme Almoro Santos, Rue patenier, 8, 4000, Liège, tel : 04 226 80 23 - mail : jerome@homerecords.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/louise-o-sman/916.html

  • schiepers gallery | contemporary glass -
    28/09/2019 > 22/12/2019 - ​Exhibition - Christine Vanoppen & Wouter Bolangier
    Christine Vanoppen’s artistic works span a diversity of applications, permanently displacing the limits of the possible. She experiments with various techniques and materials, drawing inspiration from both architecture and natural structures. Wouter Bolangier started working with glass at sixteen years of age. Today, he works primarily in glass, stainless steel and rubber. His work takes us into a world of suspended animation, where objects come back to life in new and magical ways full of unending sparkles, reflections and hues. At the same time, you are very aware of their fragility, with every seemingly stable instance being an illusion.
    CONTACT : Sue Schiepers, Dokter Willemsstraat 30, B-3500, Hasselt, tel : +32 476 968806 - mail : sue@schiepersgallery.com - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-christine-vanoppen-wouter-bolangier/880.html

  • BPS22 - www.bps22.be
    28/09/2019 > 05/01/2020 - Exhibition - First solo exhibition of Teresa Margolles
    BPS22 is hosting the first solo exhibition in Belgium by Teresa Margolles, probably the most influential Mexican artist of her generation. The exhibition will showcase pieces produced especially for the occasion drawn from the environment of the town of Charleroi, as well as some of the artist's significant works.
    CONTACT : Laure Houben, 22 Boulevard Solvay, 6000, Charleroi, tel : +32 71 27 29 77 - mail : laure.houben@bps22.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-first-solo-exhibition-of-teresa-margolles/930.html

  • cité miroir - http://www.citemiroir.be/
    12/10/2019 > 02/02/2020 - Exhibition- Darwin L'Original
    La Cité Miroir in Liège dedicates an exhibition to a character that is both well-known and misunderstood: Charles Darwin, the father of the evolution theory.
    CONTACT : Charlotte Collot, 22, place Xavier Neujean, B-4000, Liège, tel : 04 250 99 48 - mail : charlottecollot@calliege.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-darwin-l-original/931.html

  • théâtre de liège - première scène de wallonie - http://www.theatredeliege.be
    03/11/2019 > 24/11/2019 - Festival Impact
    The project Interreg IMPACT continues her ambitious edition. For this rich adventure, the Théâtre de Liège (Lead Partner) and her nine partners from the Euregio Meuse- Rhin join forces to offer a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue between researchers, artists and companies from new technology and creative industries.
    CONTACT : Marjorie Gilen, 16, place du 20 août, B-4000, Liège, tel : 32 4 344 71 78 - mail : m.gilen@theatredeliege.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/festival-impact/956.html

  • antica namur 2019 - http://www.antica.be
    09/11/2019 > 17/11/2019 - Antica Namur 2019 - 43th Edition
    Antica Namur, the biggest art fair in Belgium that is ranked amongst the European top, opens this autumn herdoors from 9 until 17 November 2019. Antica Namur is the first event of the art market’s calendar this season. The fair unites 135 top notch Belgian and international exhibitors. The important antique dealers are present at this not to miss meeting for collectors and art lovers. Also this year, Antica Namur attracts new young talent. The Belgian fair unites a new generation of antique dealers that is shaping the art market of tomorrow. Most of them have been trained in their home country, followed by a specialization abroad. These include Nathan Uzal, the sisters Raphaelle and Ludivine Lassus,Sebastien Tercelin de Joigny, Georges Van Cauwenbergh (Artimo), Cédric and Stijn Moermans (Georgian Gallery), Nicolas Bourriaud, Tobias de Smedt, Adrien Denoyelle, Thomas Deprez, Simon de Harlez de Deulin,Romain Monluc, Rafael Zoï (Tobogan Antiques), Arnaud Jaspar & Cedric Pelgrins (Costermans), Laurent Hasaert & Alexis le Grelle, Laura Schmit (The old Treasury), Cyril Gaillard (Manuscripta), besides the young Italian gallery Alessandra Bardi (Dei Bardi art). Antica Namur is a fair that can count on a lot of enthusiasm, and not just among the young galleries. The big European houses are also present. The fair is already sold-out a couple of months before its opening. It offers an excellent quality-price relation for antique dealers and gallerists who are on the look-out for collectors and art lovers. The fair gives access to 30.000 visitors including an important network of professionals from the sector. It is considered as a not to miss fair that functions as the first barometer of the season.
    CONTACT : Luc Darte, Axis Gate, rue Fond Cattelain 2, 1435, Mont-St-Guibert, tel : 0475 89 07 89 - mail : luc.darte@easyfairs.com - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/antica-namur-2019-43th-edition/82.html

  • museum of mariemont - http://www.musee-mariemont.be
    16/11/2019 > 17/11/2019 - Oxfam breakfast in the Musée Royal de Mariemont
    Enjoy a breakfast in the museum on 16 and 17 November
    CONTACT : Mélanie Thiry, 100, chaussée de Mariemont, B-7140, Morlanwelz, tel : +32 64 21 21 93 - mail : melanie.thiry@musee-mariemont.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/oxfam-breakfast-in-the-musee-royal-de-mariemont/998.html

  • la châtaigneraie - http://www.cwac.be
    16/11/2019 > 19/01/2020 - Exhibition - Contemporary creation in Liège between 1980 and 2000
    Exhibition that unites work from artists from Liège from 1980 until 2000.
    CONTACT : Marie-Hélène Joiret, 19, chaussée de Ramioul, B-4400, Flémalle, tel : + 32 (0) 42 75 33 30 - mail : marie-helene@cwac.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-contemporary-creation-in-liege-between-1980-and-2000/982.html

  • CID - centre d'innovation et de design au grand-hornu - http://www.cid-grand-hornu.be
    24/11/2019 > 08/03/2020 - Exhibition - Nature morte / Nature vivante
    Since the late 17th century, the French expression nature morte (literally ‘dead nature’) has been used to refer to still life, the field of painting that approaches nature from a sensual per-spective and explicitly alludes to its fragility and ephemerality, and indirectly also to the vanity of human intervention on its composite elements. Over time, the term has extended to include any arrangement of inanimate objects organised in a certain fashion with a symbolic intention, which is meant to induce a poetic emotion. In our so-called “anthropocene” age, man’s unwarranted action is contributing to the impermanence of nature, or even its annihilation. With this sombre outlook, the term nature morte ta-kes on even greater relevance. Yet nature has a formidable capacity for regeneration. Works by numerous creative minds ques-tion, provoke or encourage mechanisms that nature uses to underpin its intensity, reproduction and durability. In reality, each state of matter is a snapshot in a long, slow, evolutionary process of transformation, aggregation, assimilation and decomposition... Nature is very much alive! In this exhibition organised at the CID (centre for innovation and design), designers, architects and artists present intensive, practical or experimental research that questions the relationship between man and nature, calling in equal measure on ecology, science, our moral conscience and artistic creation. Nature morte/Nature vivante reveals how much man’s ambiguous relationship with nature can be both perverse and inspiring.
    CONTACT : Di Emidio Massimo, 82, rue Sainte-Louise, B-7301, Hornu, tel : 32 65 61 38 87 - mail : Massimo.Di_emidio@hainaut.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-nature-morte-nature-vivante/875.html

  • belgian art nouveau -
    28/11/2019 > Launch of the first volume, about Victor Horta
    Launch of the first of four volumes on Belgian Art Nouveau through the angle of Decorative Arts. The first issues focuses on Victor Horta.
    CONTACT : , tel : - mail : - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/launch-of-the-first-volume-about-victor-horta/960.html

  • europaexpo - toutankhamon - liège-guillemins - https://www.europaexpo.be/
    14/12/2019 > 31/05/2020 - Exhibition - Toutankhamon
    CONTACT : Alain Mager, Gare TGV Liège-Guillemins, 4000, Liège, tel : 0475 71 53 35 - mail : alainmager@europaexpo.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-toutankhamon/927.html

  • esther verhaeghe art concepts - www.estherverhaeghe.com
    16/01/2020 > 13/02/2020 - Exhibition - Britta Bogers and Martina Geccelli
    Britta Bogers (*1964, lives in Cologne) experiments with serial variations on basic abstract forms of color and line. Starting with graphic formulas that sometimes recall speech balloons, labels, or cut-out patterns, she creates constellations of elements that resemble each other and cover the surfaces of large sheets of paper; their arrangement, however, permits the viewer to see obvious deviations, reflecting individual work processes. In this way, Bogers creates an open, provisory visual order, whose internal balance must be continually put to the test—therefore keeping the viewer’s eye in constant motion. On smaller-sized paper and high-density fiberboard, however, the works consist of more compact visual constructs and inventive forms, which Bogers derives from the interplay of painting and drawing. (Stefan Rasche) As a sculptor Martina Geccelli has, for the last 20 years, predominantly been working with photography. In taking photographs of domestic and simple objects she explores spatial relationships; the interdependence of objects to space, colour and light. Over the years, the works have evolved; moving through narrative and abstraction to nonobjective works. To further explore the potential of nonobjective consciousness, necessitated a return to the haptic engagement with material of sculpture and painting, Working with basic materials, paper or clay, paint and glaze, she further defines her concerns in spatial orientation. Employing the interplay of line, shapes and colour she has developed exciting sensual images (Sotirakis Charalambou).
    CONTACT : Esther Verhaeghe, 33, Rue Simonis, 1050, Brussels, tel : +32 (0)476 28 37 35 - mail : info@estherverhaeghe.com - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-britta-bogers-and-martina-geccelli/987.html

  • museum of mariemont - http://www.musee-mariemont.be
    25/01/2020 > 24/05/2020 - Exhibition - Bye Bye Future! L'art de voyager dans le temps
    The Musée royal de Mariemont presents an exhibition on the theme of time/ space travel, "Bye Bye Future! L'art de voyager dans le temps". The exhibition brings stories and drawings of how such travels were imagined in the past.
    CONTACT : Mélanie Thiry, 100, chaussée de Mariemont, B-7140, Morlanwelz, tel : +32 64 21 21 93 - mail : melanie.thiry@musee-mariemont.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-bye-bye-future-l-art-de-voyager-dans-le-temps/965.html

  • théâtre de liège - première scène de wallonie - http://www.theatredeliege.be
    30/01/2020 > 21/02/2020 - Pays de danses : Portugal
    After South Korea, Argentina and South Africa, Pays de Danses focuses this year on Portugal and all its cultural riches regarding choreography.
    CONTACT : Marjorie Gilen, 16, place du 20 août, B-4000, Liège, tel : 32 4 344 71 78 - mail : m.gilen@theatredeliege.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/pays-de-danses-portugal/959.html

  • BPS22 - www.bps22.be
    01/02/2020 > 03/05/2020 - Exhibition - Latifa Echakhch
    Invited by the BPS22 for her first big exhibition in Belgium, internationally renowned artist Latifa Echakhch (Morocco, 1974) presents a new installation and a selection of older works in relation to the architecture of place and her local roots. Latifa Echakhch’s work is characterised by a minimalist pictorial language, a keen sense of form, and an economy of means. She integrates everyday objects and simple ornaments far removed from “great art” into her installations. She empties, breaks down, erases, inks, and cuts up these objects to force memory to make sense of them and to raise the question of history and of their heritage. The notion of landscape, as much visual as narrative, plays a major role in the work of Latifa Echakhch. At once conceptual and romantic, political and poetic, her work draws on childhood memories, history, literature, socio-political events, the consequences of migration, and the importance of revolutions. She questions the notions behind the scenes and of remains, the memories and the illusions that flow from them in order to elicit new narratives.
    CONTACT : Laure Houben, 22 Boulevard Solvay, 6000, Charleroi, tel : +32 71 27 29 77 - mail : laure.houben@bps22.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-latifa-echakhch/970.html

  • trinkhall museum -
    01/03/2020 > Opening of Trink Hall Museum (Liege)
    The architectural renovation and the reopening of the iconic « Trink-Hall », previously Madmusée and Madcafé, takes shape in the Parc d’Avroy in Liège and will be inaugurated in March 2020. In March 2020, the cultural offer of the city of Liège will have a new museum. The renovation of this building (and its iconic café) in the heart of the Parc d’Avroy, in the centre of Liège, is supported by the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, the city of Liège and the asbl Créahm, Walloon region. Almost 3000 works of art that have been realised by mentally handicapped people during workshops are conserved and presented to the public. The exhibition spaces that are dedicated to the collection cover 400 m2 at the first floor of the museum, but there are also venues for temporary exhibitions. The restoration of the building was entrusted to the Atelier d’Architecture Beguin-Massart. The renovation and extension of the building is translated towards a daring, transparent envelop that encapsulates the old building from the 1960 in its architectural structure. In the spring of 2020, the museum will reintegrate its building and change its name. This change of name comes from the affirmation of an identity and a new exhibition programme. The opening is the realisation and the result of a long process. But it is also the occasion to ask questions and to rethink the museum project.
    CONTACT : Marie Remacle, tel : - mail : coordination@madmusee.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/opening-of-trink-hall-museum-liege/921.html

  • museum of mariemont - http://www.musee-mariemont.be
    01/03/2020 > The Boscoreale fresques are back in the Musée Royal de Mariemont
    After a restauration since 2016, the panels from the Boscoreale fresques are back in the Musée Royal de Mariemont.
    CONTACT : Mélanie Thiry, 100, chaussée de Mariemont, B-7140, Morlanwelz, tel : +32 64 21 21 93 - mail : melanie.thiry@musee-mariemont.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/the-boscoreale-fresques-are-back-in-the-musee-royal-de-mariemont/961.html

  • théâtre de liège - première scène de wallonie - http://www.theatredeliege.be
    09/03/2020 > 14/03/2020 - Festival Atlas of Transitions
    The festival Atlas of Transitions is dedicated to exile and the cohabitation between citizens and new arrivals. On the menu: the remarkable ‘Hierarchy of Needs’ by Mathias Andersson or ‘Z’oiseaux’ by the French company les petites boites.
    CONTACT : Marjorie Gilen, 16, place du 20 août, B-4000, Liège, tel : 32 4 344 71 78 - mail : m.gilen@theatredeliege.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/festival-atlas-of-transitions/957.html

  • théâtre de liège - première scène de wallonie - http://www.theatredeliege.be
    25/03/2020 > 29/03/2020 - Corps de textes
    Avec le printemps, revient la quatrième édition du Festival Corps de Textes qui vous emmène partout à travers la ville à la découverte d’œuvres littéraires étonnantes, dans des lieux parfois surprenants. Des rencontres pour écouter, découvrir des auteurs, nourrir la curiosité, échanger et honorer la diversité. Laissez-vous conduire à travers cet évènement dédié aux auteurs et aux textes d’aujourd’hui, d’ici et d’ailleurs.
    CONTACT : Marjorie Gilen, 16, place du 20 août, B-4000, Liège, tel : 32 4 344 71 78 - mail : m.gilen@theatredeliege.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/corps-de-textes/958.html

  • eurantica fine art fair 2020 - www.eurantica.be
    28/03/2020 > 31/03/2020 - Eurantica Brussels Fine Art Fair
    Modern paintings, ancient furniture or design, jewels or paintings by Flemish masters can be admired in Palais 1 of Brussels Expo for the occasion of the 2020 edition of Eurantica Brussels that opens its doors from 28 until 31 March 2020. The fair unites 97 Belgian and foreign exhibitors that will showcase in a surface that has increased with 15%. Eurantica also proposes an integrated open space restaurant. This dynamic formula reinforces the informal character of the fair that is known for its faithful and well-informed clientele. Attracted by the high discovery factor of the fair, the audience of amateurs and collectors is every year reinforced by a young generation with a more eclectic taste. Design and Art nouveau are well represented this year, amongst others with gallery Thibaut Wolvesperges Art and Furniture (Brussels) – that combines the 18th and the 20th century. One can discover rare pieces by Gustave Serrurier-Bovy, a big name of the Art nouveau in Belgium, or Jules Wabbes, who embodies sober and vintage chic design. Bie Baert and Frank Van Laer will enlarge the offer of furniture and art objects with inspiring stands. Axel Pairon (Antwerp) surprises with a selection of design and contemporary pieces. Old Masters are also in the spotlights, and specifically the Flemish masters that are presented by Galerie Barrez (Paris) but also Frederik Muller Antiek (Antwerp). Modern paintings are well represented, and defended by specialists like the Antwerp galleries Raf Van Severen, NF Art Gallery or Beukelaer-Nordin Fine Arts. Jewellery, a very active domain that is traditionally well-represented at the fair, also has some faithful adherents and some new faces. Also good to know: the participation of Maison Riondet (Lyon), specialised in collector’s watches. The dynamics of the fair and its solid organisation attract a big number of French galleries, seduced by the Eurantica audience and do not hesitate to change their offer to the Belgian market, like Galerie Barrez, Bernard Bouisset, Galerie Lassus, Galerie Laurence Fayolle or also Galerie Humeurs (first participation). There is also the presence, for the first time, of Rosat Antiques Fine Silver, specialised in silverwork from Switzerland, and of faithful galleries like Galerie Louis and of Egbert Eibel – a première – from Germany, or Galerie Tandem and Het Ware Huis, specialised in Art nouveau and based in the Netherlands.
    CONTACT : Luc Darte, Axis Gate, rue Fond Cattelain 2, 1435, Mont-St-Guibert, tel : 0475 89 07 89 - mail : luc.darte@easyfairs.com - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/eurantica-brussels-fine-art-fair/710.html

  • CID - centre d'innovation et de design au grand-hornu - http://www.cid-grand-hornu.be
    29/03/2020 > 26/07/2020 - Exhibition - Serial Eater
    The SERIAL EATER exhibition dissects thirty years of experimentation and reflection on the “food object”. Since its development in the 1990suntil its current involution, Food design analysis will help offer an understanding of how consumption habits and our awareness of the food system haveevolved. What type of consumers are we, how do we assess our impact in the current scenario and what are we going to accept on our plates? In a sometimes anxiety-provokingapproach to the futureof food, Food design questions our behaviour, desires and doubts as eaters. It alsoproposes a more entertaining vision of our relationship to food, whilst not forgetting its primary objective: nourishing our stomachs, eyes and minds. Curator: Benjamin Stoz
    CONTACT : Di Emidio Massimo, 82, rue Sainte-Louise, B-7301, Hornu, tel : 32 65 61 38 87 - mail : Massimo.Di_emidio@hainaut.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-serial-eater/963.html

  • mudia | art differently - www.mudia.be
    21/05/2020 > 24/05/2020 - First edition of the Belgic'Art Festival
    First edition of the brand new festival Belgic'Art. For this edition, the MUDIA proposes a Belgian art work it recently acquired. Plenty of animations are planned: stands and food trucks about Belgian culinary specialities (beer, chocolat, French fries), artistic workshops, thematic visits, projections, concerts, etc.
    CONTACT : Karlin Berghmans, Place de l'Esro, 6890, Redu, tel : - mail : kb@mudia.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/first-edition-of-the-belgic-art-festival/993.html

  • CID - centre d'innovation et de design au grand-hornu - http://www.cid-grand-hornu.be
    31/05/2020 > 13/09/2020 - Exhibition- Plant Fever, Towards A Plant-Conscious Design
    Spanning from open source design and product design to emerging technologies, Plant Fever proposes to go beyond the current plant fever to look at the future of design and humans from a vegetal perspective. The exhibition will explore current solutions and future scenarios of possible interactions with the plant world. Challenged by recent discoveries, the understanding of plants has evolved and encouraged more plant-related experiments. Echoing American ecologist Ian Baldwin’s suggestion that “we should try to think like plants”, designers, as well as scientists and engineers, are looking into plants’ behaviour and learning to “think” like them with the hope to help us cope with the current and upcoming environmental and social issues. These discoveries are accompanied by new trends in home decoration that go beyond the mere need for ornamentation. An aspiration that the exhibition will explore through objects that help us understand plants while reinventing our relationship with them. While delving into the research of key contemporary thinkers - such as French botanist Francis Hallé and Italian researcher Stefano Mancuso - Plant Fever aims to get back to the decisive role that plants shall play in the design of a more sustainable future. From seaweed and oak, to cotton and hemp, for centuries plants have been used by humans to feed, clothe and house themselves. But the rise of non-biodegradable materials led to significant environmental issues and an ever-growing sense of alienation from nature. Eager to fight overconsumption and waste, more and more designers are choosing plants by-products as sources for construction.
    CONTACT : Di Emidio Massimo, 82, rue Sainte-Louise, B-7301, Hornu, tel : 32 65 61 38 87 - mail : Massimo.Di_emidio@hainaut.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-plant-fever-towards-a-plant-conscious-design/964.html

  • BPS22 - www.bps22.be
    05/06/2020 > 05/09/2020 - Exhibition - Baptism + Fire
    CONTACT : Laure Houben, 22 Boulevard Solvay, 6000, Charleroi, tel : +32 71 27 29 77 - mail : laure.houben@bps22.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-baptism-fire/971.html

  • brussels design september - http://www.designseptember.be
    01/09/2020 > 30/09/2020 - ​Brussels Design September 2020
    Over the years, Brussels Design September has become the annual flagship event for design enthusiasts. For one month, the city hosts an array of over 100 not-to-be-missed cultural and commercial events offering a meeting platform between the public and a great number of Belgian and international designers. Brussels Design September will feature exhibitions, conferences, open houses, an Arts & Crafts tour, Commerce Design Brussels and Brussels Design Market. A multitude of dialogues between designer architects and design lovers as well as the chance to discover urban trails between the many pop-up stores, shops, workshops, galleries and cultural spaces. This year’s edition will be marked by the latest trends in Belgian and international design and will be highlighted by the multi-disciplinary spirit of different influences, movements, crafts and professions of current day design. Once again, we want to reinforce the image of Brussels as an attractive and dynamic capital: we will highlight the innovation of our young designers through various events related to Design, in order to enhance the commercial attractiveness of the city. These few past years, Brussels has incontestably developed itself as city of Design. Thanks to the talent and the ingeniousness of our designers. The place of Design in the city starts to have its noble letters. Design September always wanted to connect with the city and represent its various exaltations and diversities. The importance of the event and its influence is shaped more and more: design in its most various forms takes an increasingly important place in the daily life of Brussels: urban furniture, installations, lights,... Furthermore innovations of our designers find its place in the urban landscape. It has contributed in a positive way to the city’s reputation and to its economic and tourist activity. The city of Brussels needs events that put creativity and innovation in the front row. Design September, alongside with the Region Brussels-Capital, the City of Brussels and many institutional and private partners, is proud to contribute to it. This year, Brussels Design September introduces a couple of new events, especially the creation of the Contemporary Design Market and the launch of five limited editions. There shall be exhibitions by renowned designers in iconic places in the city such as, Horta House, ADAM – Brussels Design Museum, and for the first time the Children’s Museum. This is done to reinforce the cultural offer of this 2019 edition. Brussels Design Market will highlight the image of Brussels, a city of vintage: a vintage route in the city will once again mark the 27th edition of the Brussels Design Market, which is the biggest vintage market in Europe. The Arts & Crafts itinerary brings a focus this year on ceramics. Workshops and ceramics designers will be highlighted . Moreover a collective exhibition will be presented at the AREA 42 located rue des Palais.
    CONTACT : Roel Rijssenbeek, tel : 32 349 35 95 - mail : Roel@best.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/brussels-design-september-2020/695.html

  • museum of mariemont - http://www.musee-mariemont.be
    26/09/2020 > 31/01/2021 - Exhibition - The world of Clovis
    The museum invites you on an incredible journey through the empire of Clovis.
    CONTACT : Mélanie Thiry, 100, chaussée de Mariemont, B-7140, Morlanwelz, tel : +32 64 21 21 93 - mail : melanie.thiry@musee-mariemont.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/exhibition-the-world-of-clovis/966.html

  • BIP | biennal of the possible image (liège) - www.bip-liege.org
    21/10/2020 > BIP2020
    BIP, the biennial of the possible image in Liège deals with changes in our society and our visual world. The 2020 edition wants to study the impact of art on our society. Most of the exhibitions and events from BIP2020 take place in special and original venues in the city centre.
    CONTACT : Anja Bücherl, tel : 32 4 220 88 54 - mail : buecherl@chiroux.be - URL : https://caracascom.com/en/bip2020/997.html

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