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How to make the best of Brussels Gallery Weekend 2023

45 gallery exhibitions spread out over the entire city, a rich off-program including artist-run spaces, museums, and more, plus performances,…

Belgians abroad #9: Visual artist Shen Özdemir about her residency in Brazil

Belgian-Turkish artist Shen Özdemir, who recently won the international art prize of the city of Tournai, just came back from…

Music interview #10: Programmer Guillaume Kidula about Schiev festival 2023

This weekend Schiev festival takes over Brussels Beursschouwburg for the 8th time, bringing together an exciting programme of both Belgian and international avant-garde…

Music interview #9: Franck Limonier about 6 years of Brussels concert series Divagation

The French word “Divagation” stands for the act of straying off course. Franck Limonier (32), who runs the music project…

Giveaway #20: Five duo tickets for the Nationa(a)l Artist Market

"Buy from artists when they're alive. Dead, they won't care!" That's the slogan of Nationa(a)l Artist market, an initiative set…

Art interview #16: Justine Bougerol about her solo show at Brussels’ MAAC

French-born, Brussels-based artist Justine Bougerol tells stories through captivating site-specific installations, often revolving around the leitmotif of the childhood home, where fiction…

Brussels Gallery Weekend 2022: 9 exhibitions to see

Brussels Gallery Weekend 2022 is celebrating two things this week: The return of the art season as well as its…

Art interview #15: Dancer Luca Arrigoni about “La fleur de l’être”

In 2013, Italian dancers Luca Arrigoni (32) and Alexandra Grillo (35) met while shooting for a BBC series set in…

Brussels Gallery Weekend 2021: 10 shows you shouldn’t miss

It's that time of year again: Summer break is over and the new art season kicks off with a bang:…

Art interview #14: Brussels-based illustrator Agathe Dananaï

After a stint in London, French illustrator Agathe Dananaï is back in Brussels, where she studied art at Académie Royale…

Antwerp Art Weekend 2021: 7 shows you shouldn’t miss

After last year it had to be cancelled for obvious reasons, Antwerp Art Weekend is back with its 7th edition.…

New Belgian music: 5 releases to listen to this spring

In need to dust up your playlist? From lush spring vibes to darker soundscapes, these five recently released songs got…

Exhibition: The Light House at Villa Empain

From religion to science - the phenomenon of light in all its forms has been of fascination throughout human history.…

See you at home #5: Veerle Frissen’s cultural lockdown survival kit

Belgian photographer Veerle Frissen is currently locked down in Ghent's Muide neighborhood, the so-called island in the north of the…

See you at home #4: Fabian Jean Villanueva’s cultural lockdown survival kit

Fabian is spending this second lockdown in a Schaerbeek apartment together with his wife, exchanging urban life every weekend for…

See you at home #3: Sofie Crabbé’s cultural lockdown survival kit

Sofie Crabbé, a culture journalist and curator, is spending this second lockdown in Ghent. Luckily, her apartment is in the…
Brussels band Fabiola in Italy

Belgians abroad #8: Brussels trio Fabiola road-trips through Italy

Brussels trio Fabiola, that's Fabrice Detry, Aurélie Muller, and Lucie Reszöhazy. Last year, the Belgian threesome went on a two-week…
Soumaya is a DJ in Brussels

See you at home #2: Soumaya Phéline Abouda’s cultural lockdown survival kit

With the country locked down for the second time this year and everything from galleries to concert venues closed once…
Bart Vanderbiesen

See you at home #1: Bart Vanderbiesen’s cultural lockdown survival kit

With the country locked down for the second time this year and everything from galleries to concert venues closed once…

Brussels Gallery Weekend 2020: 11 must-see exhibitions

Despite the extraordinary challenges of our current times, Brussels Gallery Weekend 2020 took on the task to mount a corona-proof…

Public art: Belgian artist Marlies De Clerck brings the sea to the city

After having taken over Antwerp's reputed M HKA last year with a solo show, Belgian artist Marlies De Clerck now…

Back on the block: 14 museum and gallery reopenings all over Belgium

While it's been uplifting to see how the art world has reacted to the shutdown caused by the pandemic with…

Return of the art: 7 must-see exhibitions during the Brussels Gallery Open Doors

The times of online viewing rooms and Instagram exhibition tours are finally over - and Brussels' galleries are celebrating the…

No kid on the block: How Brussels’ bike couriers helped Belgian breweries through the lockdown

Over the course of the lockdown, Brussels bike couriers from cooperative Dioxyde de Gambettes teamed up with local breweries for…

New Belgian music: Okamy’s “You” transforms Brussels into tropical wonderland

Just before the stay-at-home orders, Okamy wandered through his hometown with a camera to capture deserted cityscapes. The video clip…

No kid on the block: 15 ways to support your local scene during lockdown

The Corona crisis is hitting every industry hard, and especially small businesses are struggling to keep their head above water.…

Art interview #13: Joachim Coucke about Kortrijk art space DASH

Since March 2014, artist and Kortrijk native Joachim Coucke has been running art space DASH, one of the very few…

Art interview #12: Lien Craps about curating her first exhibition “Silence is so accurate”

A timely exhibition in today’s fast-paced, digitalized world: “Silence is so accurate” , now on view at Antwerp's Geukens &…

7 voices from the protests at the Flemish Parliament against the 60% culture cuts

Thursday morning, several hundred people joined forces at Brussels’ Central Station to march together to the Flemish Parliament, chanting, banging…

New kid on the block #18: Antwerp art space SEEN

Antwerp's art scene keeps on growing. New art space SEEN, located in the city's vibrant Zuid neighbourhood and run by…

Music interview #8: Fuse boss Olivier Ramoudt about Crossroads 2019

For the third summer in a row, legendary techno club Fuse has decided to leave its headquarters in the Marolles…

Art interview #11: Château Nour, a new collaborative art space in Anderlecht

When several art spaces team up under one roof, creativity and collaborations usually boom, and visitors are attracted by the…

New kid on the block #17: Josaphine’s

Pauline and her husband, based in Brussels and both coming from the advertising world, recently jumped into a completely different…

Beyond the fair: 10 things to see and do during Art Brussels 2019

Every year the Belgian capital buzzes with art events during Art Brussels. Galleries want to present themselves in the best…

Where to buy artisan bread in Brussels: Le Saint Aulaye

While bread has been a staple food for about 14 000 years, the loafs we buy today at supermarkets and…

Design fair: 5 favorites at Collectible 2019

This week sees the second edition of Collectible, one of the very few fairs bridging the gap between design and…

Music interview #7: Backstage at Botanique with Parcels

Five-piece Parcels formed in 2014 while at high school in Australian coastal town Byron Bay. Five years later, the band…

Art interview #10: Ištvan Išt Huzjan about performing Line Umpire

Born in Slovenia, Ištvan Išt Huzjan has made Brussels his permanent home. Not only the artist's studio is located in…
Textile artist Delphine Dénéréaz, Brussels

Art interview #9: Delphine Dénéréaz makes weaving cool again

Let's be honest: we first discovered Delphine Dénéréaz's artistic universe on Instagram (it is 2018 after all). Intrigued by her…

Belgians abroad #7: Harold Ancart at David Zwirner, London

Exhibition tip: Belgian artist Harold Ancart at David Zwirner Gallery in London!  A couple of years ago Belgian artist Harold…

Art guide: Brussels Gallery Weekend 2018

After the summer break, the new art season starts with a bit of a bang in the Belgian capital, coinciding…
Le Gland Brussels

New kid on the block #16: Brussels wine bar Le Gland

Originally from Southern France, Pierre Casteils (41) settled down in Brussels to open Le Gland, a wine bar built around…

6 must-see booths at Art Brussels 2018

Since its first edition 50 years ago, Art Brussels has established itself as one of the most important fairs around…

16 things to see and do during Art Brussels 2018

With Art Brussels coming to town, it’s all about art in the Belgian capital this week. The fair, which celebrates its…

Giveaway #19: Two duo tickets for London Calling’s Antwerp birthday bash

It's hard to find a great indie rock party in Belgium these days, which is why we're really glad that…
LeviSarha in Greenland

Belgians abroad #6: Design duo LeviSarha in Greenland

In 2014, Sarha Duquesne and Levi Dethier founded LeviSarha, a Brussels-based studio specialising in product and furniture design. Their sober, modern and…

Culture beat #14: Independent moves to November, a museum scandal in Ghent, Kris Van Assche in Hypebeast & Vogue on Walter Van Beirendonck

When New York's celebrated Independent fair chose Brussels as the location for the launch of its very first adventure abroad,…

Art fair review: Best of BRAFA 2018

From 27 January to 4 February BRAFA took over Tour & Taxis for what is one of the first art…

New Belgian Music: Sunday Charmers take over Brussels’ Place Flagey

Sunday Charmers, a Brussels-based indie rock band that's just about to release its debut album, declare their love to the…

Culture beat #13: Brussels Pompidou project under criticism, Axel Vervoordt in the NY Times, and why Vogue loves the Belgian capital

Food for thought: Belgium-based curators Isabel Van Bos and Laura Herman wrote up a very interesting and critical piece on…

Giveaway #18: Two duo tickets for Art Truc Troc, Brussels

From 26 to 28 January 300 artists across all disciplines will show their work at Brussels Bozar on more than…

Gift guide #3: 11 Christmas presents Made in Belgium

Although the yearly Christmas gift-giving tradition can feel like senseless consumption, it doesn't have to be. Our gift guide Made…

New kid on the block #15: CHEZWawa’s Mexican Brunch in Brussels

Good news for brunch lovers: you don't have to wait for your next trip to America anymore to devour a…

New kid on the block #14: Brussels eatery Dream & Food

With a bit of a delay, the veggie restaurant trend has slowly but surely also set foot in Brussels. After…

Cinema: 4 memorable film locations in Belgium

Belgium has been a popular filming location for many years now among filmmakers. Hundreds of big and small movie production companies…

New kid on the block #13: feeelings, an artist-run boutique in Brussels

Anouchka Oler and Camille Gérenton is the brainy duo behind feeelings, an artist-run boutique which opened this January and, to…
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Belgian bands: 7 new releases you should listen to this autumn

As every autumn after the summer festival break, there's an abundance of EP and album releases hitting the shelves. We've…

Belgians abroad #5: Joachim Coucke at Mélange, Cologne

Kortrijk-born Joachim Coucke, HISK graduate and founder of independent art space DASH in his hometown, just scored his first solo…

Culture beat #12: Artsy portrays Philippe Vandenberg, Belgian music in Corsica, Brussels Gallery Weekend reviewed by Sleek & a diary written in Brussels during World War I

Artsy published a very interesting read on the work and life of Belgian artist Philippe Vandenberg, who tragically took his…

12 must-see shows during Brussels Gallery Weekend 2017

After an art-starved summer break only interrupted by a few fantastic summer shows, the new art season kicks off with…
Archipel Brussels

Giveaway #17: Two duo tickets for a night out at Archipel with Forma.T and Hungry Music

Since the beginning of July, Brussels' nightlife scene has an exciting new addition: Archipel, a party project trying to reinvent…

Art interview #8: New York artist Abigail DeVille about her Brussels show

Thirtysomething Abigail DeVille was born and raised in New York, where she still lives and works today. The city and…

Culture beat #11: Museum De Reede opens in Antwerp, D!NG calls for entries & Wild Shelter goes Wes Anderson

Antwerp’s art scene keeps on growing: this month a brand new museum opened its doors for the very first time…

Culture beat #10: Sunday Charmers, Customisez-moi & a Belgian Graphic Memoir in the NY Times

Belgian painter and sculptor Dominique Goblet started working on her graphic memoir back in 1995, but it took her no…

Fashion interview #3: Rue Blanche turns 30

Rue Blanche, named after the location of the Belgian label's first office, was created back in 1987 by Marie-Chantal Régout…

The top 5 artists at Poppositions 2017

April is always a busy month for the Belgian art scene. Art Brussels and New York's Independent fair attract collectors,…

Best of Independent Brussels 2017

When New York's celebrated Independent fair chose Brussels as a location for its very first outpost last year, it felt like…

8 must-see booths at Art Brussels 2017

The Belgian capital's vibrant art scene is changing and growing, but there's no doubt that Art Brussels remains the Grand Dame…

15 must-see exhibitions during Art Brussels 2017

It's time again for the yearly highlight of the Belgian art calendar: with Art Brussels, New York’s Independent fair, and…

4 photography exhibitions in Antwerp you shouldn’t miss

Antwerp not only boasts its own fantastic photography museum, but also a great selection of galleries that are specialised in…

Culture beat #9: The Crystal Ship, BRAFA, Creatis & Poppositions 2017

Parisian incubator for the cultural and creative industries Creatis opened up a branch in Brussels last night, the first of…

5 exhibitions in Brussels you shouldn’t miss this month

Ready for your next art outing but not sure where to go? We've got you sorted: here are the five…
Charlène Le Du

Residency: Charlene Le Du at Le Kabinet Photo

For the last 10 days French-born, Paris-based photographer Charlene Le Du lived and worked at Brussels' Le Kabinet Photo as…

The top 5 artworks at Art Truc Troc 2017

Brussels’ Art Truc Troc of course can’t compete with the big players like Art Brussels or BRAFA, but it’s a…

Culture beat #8: Antwerp in the NY Post, Independent art fair & Kings of Edelgran

This year will be the second time that New York's Independent art fair descends on Brussels - quite the stamp…

Culture beat #7: Made in Belgium, Magritte Awards, Art Brussels & Valerie Traan in FvF

Art Brussels, Belgium's major art fair,  just announced which galleries and art projects will be participating in this year's 35th edition.…
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Culture beat #6: Belgian art power, Antwerp’s new landmark, Wiels recommended & the success of Belgian fashion

Blouinartinfo just published a preview of which 10 shows around the globe you shouldn't miss this January, and Brussels' Wiels…

New kid on the block #12: Brussels’ art space Saloon

Last month Brussels’ vibrant art scene got another ambitious addition: Saloon, a brand new art space run by Belgo-German couple…

Festival: Bxl Mon Amourrr

Known and cherished for its special, open-minded atmosphere and alternative-leaning line-up, Dour is one of the Belgian music scene's most beloved…

Belgians abroad #4: Seeds goes Paris

Not that long ago we spoke to the girls behind Brussels-based greenery collective Seeds about the very first steps of their initiative.…

New kid on the block #11: Ghent’s Convent art space

After having met at university and finding out their ideas on art align during their internships at Plan B and…

Music interview #6: Dour programmer Mathieu Fonsny about Bxl mon amourrr

The Belgian music scene has plenty of festivals to offer each year, but none is as legendary and mythologized as…
Bxl mon amourrr

Giveaway #16: 2 duo tickets for Bxl mon amourrr

Belgian Dour festival (see Lisa Lapierre’s photo series about it here) has established itself as the alternative music festival of the country,…
Centre Pompidou Brussels

Culture beat #5: Centre Pompidou in Brussels, Europe’s most underappreciated city & fall must-sees

It's finally happening! The absolute talk of the town this week was the announcement of iconic Parisian art center Centre…

Photography: Lisa Lapierre’s Dour

French-born photographer Lisa Lapierre (24), living and working in Brussels, has been working on teenage behavior and relationships for several…

Brussels Gallery Weekend: 10 shows you shouldn’t miss

Art-starved after this awfully long summer break? Then this is exactly the right menu for you. Brussels' art world kicks…

New kid on the block #10: Pop-up factory for refugees

A little while ago Brussels co-working space Transforma Bxl hosted a so-called hackathon for refugees: a kind of research and…

New kid on the block #9: AUB-SVP’s summer picnic project

With the hot season around the corner (well, let’s keep hoping), special summer projects keep popping up all around the country.…

New kid on the block #8: Ghent project space Yurt

The lines between art and design blur at Ghent-based Yurt. Co-founders Tim Callier and Lore Rabaut are interested in a…

Art interview #7: Brussels Art Department

Four years ago nine Brussels-based artists teamed up to launch Brussels Art Department, an independent and alternative exhibition project. Now…

10 things to do in Ostend

While the majority of Belgians regularly flocks to Knokke or Blankenberge, Ostend is a little overlooked at times. But the…

Giveaway #15: 2 duo tickets for Origami Sessions at Beursschouwburg

Classical music unfortunately still has a bit of a dusty image, making many think of stiff crowds and endless performances.…

Giveaway #14: 2 tickets to Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s artist talk at Cinema Galeries

Apichatpong Weerasethakul is one of Thailand’s most prominent and renowned filmmakers. Back in 2010 he won the prestigious Palme d’Or…

Giveaway #13: Brunch for 2 with OMA at The Dressing Room

Spring is finally there - the perfect moment to do some spring cleaning and update your wardrobe! If you want…

The top 5 booths at Independent Brussels

Last week saw the very first edition of New York's Independent art fair abroad, breathing some fresh air into Brussels'…

Art interview #6: Brussels gallerist Edouard Mazel

Brussels-based Mazel Galerie is a true family affair. Mother, father, daughter, son - all are involved in running the gallery,…

A visual tour: Independent Brussels 2016

The most hotly anticipated event of the week was definitely the very first edition of New York’s Independent art fair…

Music interview #5: A chat with GoGo Penguin before their Brussels gig

It wasn't an easy gig that Gogo Penguin had to play on 25 March 2016 at Brussels' Ancienne Belgique, only…

15 must-see exhibitions during Art Brussels 2016

With all the art folk coming to town, this week is also an essential one for Brussels’ commercial galleries and…

New kid on the block #7: Brussels project space Attic

A little while ago a ranty Facebook status written by Parisian, Brussels-based gallerist Sébastien Ricou caught my attention: he explained…

Music interview #4: Boiler Room’s Harry Benson about tonight’s Belgian edition

Founded in 2010, Boiler Room nights are famous for their intimate settings, high-quality line-ups and of course the fact that…

Culture beat #4: Dries Van Noten, Buenos Tiempos, Toestand & The Sunday Charmers

If you haven't checked T Magazine's illustrated interviews series yet, a refreshing and fun take on Q&As, now is time…

New kid on the block #6: Balls & Glory at Flamingo

Born into a family that has been in the food and farming business for decades, Wim Ballieu (33) wanted to…

Music: Belgique en alerte niveau 5 at Magasin 4

A few months after the tragic events in Paris and heightened security measures, Belgium is once again under security alert…

Fair report #8: Rodolphe Janssen about New York’s Armory Show

About a dozen fairs are taking place this week in New York, and although it’s been experiencing a lot of…

Music interview #3: Recorders about making second albums

Belgian indie rock five-piece Recorders just released their second album “Coast to Coast” earlier this month, which instantly won us…

Giveaway #12: Let’s Bowie on 19 February at Antwerp’s Bar Venetie

Indie nights have become rather rare on Belgian grounds unfortunately, which is why we're very happy that Antwerp party series…

Preview: Forêts, a group show about the force of the forest

The exhibition "Forêts", opening at Maison des Cultures de Saint-Gilles on 18 February, explores the multiple facets of the forest: the…

Fair report #7: Harlan Levey about Art Rotterdam

Over the years it’s become quite a tradition for Belgian galleries to participate in Art Rotterdam, a fair that prides…

Giveaway #11: Three duo tickets for Origami Classics this Sunday, 14 February

Classical music unfortunately still has a bit of a dusty image, making many think of stiff crowds and endless performances.…

Fashion interview #2: Steph D’heygere about her brand Been

Steph, born and raised in Kortrijk, studied fashion design at Antwerp’s renowned Royal Academy. Only a year after graduating she…

Belgians abroad #3: Cook Strummer about the Berlin music scene

After having been part of the Belgian musical landscape for quite some years, notably with garage rockers The Donnets, homegrown musician…

Music interview #2: Wild Shelter on starting out

Adrien (27) and Alex Waeyenbergh (29) seem to be inseparable. Not only are they brothers and best friends, they also…

Fashion interview #1: Gioia Seghers about launching her own label

Instead of getting a job at one of the big fashion houses, as so many other fashion design graduates, Belgian-born…

Gift Guide #2: 10 last-minute ideas for Christmas

If you're anything like us, these last days before Christmas will see you running around like a headless chicken trying…

Expo speed run #2: Unfold at Braam Gallery

Under the title “Unfold”, Brussels gallery and restoration workshop Braam presents a group exhibition showcasing the works of five different rising…

New kid on the block #5: Seeds, a community for greenery

In the last years gardening has lost its dusty, grandmotherly image with magazines like The Plant and original urban gardening projects…

Fair report #6: The Belgians at Frieze London

Last weekend the art world came together in London for the 13th edition of Frieze, one of the most important…

Giveaway #10: Two duo tickets for The Fratellis & Recorders at De Kreun

After a joint mini tour with stops in London, Birmingham and Manchester as well as a guest appearance by bass…

Fair report #5: Brussels gallery Levy.Delval at London’s Sunday Art Fair 2015

This weekend the art world gathers in London for the annual edition of Frieze, one of the most important art…

Culture Beat #1: Luc Tuymans, El Taco Mobil, Behind The Blinds & Chantal Akerman

Here's the first edition of Culture Beat, our brand new column featuring a collection of the week's most useful and…

Brussels Art Days 2015: The 8 shows you shouldn’t miss

The new gallery season is kicking off with a bang this week: from Friday to Sunday the Brussels Art Days…

New kid on the block #4: Brussels’ Chabah Yelmani Gallery

A little while ago French-born Chabah Yelmani (27) took the leap to quit his job as a gallery assistant in…

Expo speed run #1: Artists in and from Chicago at CAB

“Work is about search for daily meaning as well as daily bread, for recognition as well as cash, for astonishment…

Fair report #4: The Belgians at Photo London 2015

This week it’s going to be all about photography in London, when the much-awaited first edition of Photo London rolls…

Festivals #2: Best of Nuits Botanique 2015

Every year during the sunny season Brussels concert venue Botanique invades the park around its gorgeous premises to throw a lovely…

Fair report #3: Art Brussels 2015 – A visual tour

If you didn't make it to Art Brussels' 33rd edition last weekend, here's your chance to get a glimpse of the…

Art interview #5: Super Dakota’s Damien about the gallery’s Art Brussels debut

Founded in 2012, Super Dakota is one of Brussels’ youngest galleries, and quickly became a favorite with its fresh and…

Giveaway #9: 2 duo tickets for alternative art fair Poppositions this weekend

A bit before the official opening of Art Brussels, alternative art fair Poppositions already opens its doors tonight to curious art…

Giveaway #8: Seven duo tickets for Art Brussels 2015

It's this time of year again when art aficionados from all over the world are invading Brussels for what's undoubtedly…

Belgians abroad #2: Rinus Van De Velde in Berlin

A little while ago we met up with Belgian artist Rinus Van de Velde at Kromus+Zink Gallery in Berlin, just…

Giveaway #7: Two duo tickets for Les Bals this Saturday

This Saturday, 11 April, it’s time for another edition of Les Bals! If you love to listen to classics from the…

Giveaway #6: 2 duo tickets for Origami Classics at Beursschouwburg

Classical music has always had a bit of a difficult standing, especially with youngsters, and its coolness factor is still…

New kid on the block #3: Miles Fischler about Antwerp art collective Ruis

RUIS, the Dutch word for noise in the sense of the grains you find on images, is a brand new,…

Music interview #1: Portland trio Greylag makes pit stop in Brussels

Greylag are Andrew Stonestreet, Daniel Dixon and Brady Swan, a Portland-based trio named after a wild geese that’s been making quite…

Art interview #4: Charlotte De Cock about her homage to 13 Antwerp artists

Belgian-born Charlotte De Cock feels at home on many playgrounds, from DJing to event organization. But her true passion is painting,…

Gift guide #1: Valentine’s Day 2015

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and you haven’t found anything smashing yet for your loved one? If you’re…

Fair report #2: Paris Photo 2014

This November it was all about photography in Paris, when the 18th edition of the “Month of Photography” came about…

Art interview #3: Alberto Garcia Del Castillo’s about his book “Retrospective”

Alberto Garcia Del Castillo, curator at Brussels art space Komplot and founder of newly launched online art project Buenos Tiempos, Int.,…

Giveaway #5: David Lynch retrospective

Brussels’ Galeries, one of the city’s major independent cinemas, has a real treat in store for movie fans: the coming…

Belgian music festivals : The summer’s must-sees

With Dour having kicked off earlier this week, Belgium’s festival summer really is in full swing. The country might be…

Belgians abroad #1: Leo Gabin goes London

Many Belgians not only stir attention in their homeland, but also abroad, from fashion designers and visual artists to musicians…

New kid on the block #2: Ostend’s L’Étage d’Euphrosine

Things are moving in Ostend, and one of the reasons why is art passionate Emily Rammant. With her brand new,…

Giveaway #4: Two duo tickets for Retrorama’s opening party

Retrorama, a festival which is bound to be the Belgian vintage event of the year, opens its doors this Friday…

Giveaway #3: Lowup at Recyclart this Friday

Belgian music collective Lowup takes over Brussels’ Recyclart this Friday with another edition of its infamous global bass bashes and we have two duo…

Fair report #1: Best of Art Brussels 2014

The fresh wind blown into Art Brussels by the fair’s new artistic director Katerina Gregos already noticeable last year seems…

Art interview #2: Sonia Dermience’s must-sees at Art Brussels 2014

Today not only the 32nd edition of Art Brussels opens its doors to the public but the city’s galleries also…

Giveaway #2: Art Brussels VIP opening this Thursday

Before Art Brussels officially opens to the public this coming Friday, a selected few can already get a glimpse of…

Art interview #1: Poppositions frontwoman Liv Vaisberg about her crowdfunding campaign

As the popularity of crowdfunding is growing all over the world, more and more Belgian initiatives try to make use…

New kid on the block #1: Lorem Ipsum in Brussels

Lorem Ipsum, located just in between Brussels’ Chatelain and Brugman neighbourhoods, opened up last September in a quiet side street,…