Food for thought: Belgium-based curators Isabel Van Bos and Laura Herman wrote up a very interesting and critical piece on the forthcoming Brussels Pompidou museum for Belgian paper De Witte Raaf. For those who don’t speak Dutch, the Google translate version is actually quite readable.
Vogue praises Brussels’ unpretentious air and fondness for all things quirky: read here why the Belgian capital is gaining in popularity.
The exhibition “What were you wearing?” at the Centre Communautaire Maritime in Brussels made headlines in The Independent. The show features replicated clothing items similar to those worn by real victims of sexual assault, and attempts to disprove the myth that provocative clothing incites rape. More here.
The New York Times published a piece about Axel Vervoordt’s brand new giant cultural and residential complex on the site of a disused distillery on the outskirts of Antwerp, calling it “The Antwerp Art Scene’s Newest, Biggest Thing”. Read the full article here.