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Summer exhibition: Buy Local #3 at Kunsthal Gent

Runs until 28 July Ghent

For the third time, Kunsthal Gent hosts the Zomersalon, a large-scale group exhibition featuring more than 650 artworks by local artists. Thanks to the radical but deliberate decision that every Ghent artist can participate, it provides a rare, democratic overview of the city’s vibrant art scene. All exhibited works are on sale via

Exhibition: Summer eve at Mu.ZEE

Thursday, 27 July, until 22h00 Ostend

If you’re taking a trip to the seaside, make sure to pay a visit to Ostend’s Mu.ZEE after your swim. This Thursday, the museum offers conveniently late opening times, and several exhibitions, from a tribute to Anna Boch to its vast collection comprising more than 8000 works of art, providing an overview of Belgian visual art from 1830 until today.

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Opening: Benjamin Cohen at TICK TACK

Friday, 28 July, 19-22h00 Antwerp

While most galleries are on summer break, Antwerp’s TICK TACK provides deprived art fans with a much-needed fix: “Empty, mpty, mty, mt”, the first solo exhibition by London-based artist Benjamin Cohen on Belgian grounds, features a uniquely personal ecosystem of past-and-future totems while underlining the process of constructing memories and their ephemeral nature. Cohen’s practice mainly explores expanded notions of sculpture and time-based media.

Night out: Lofner & Maksym at Albert Rooftop

Saturday, , 29 July, 18-22h00 Brussels

It’s rooftop season, and one of the most enjoyable ones is Albert, located on top of the Royal library. This Saturday, combine drinks, food, and stunning views with a soundtrack provided by DJs Lofner and Maksym. The summer rooftop will be open until mid-September.

Last days: Anne Marie Laureys at La Verrière

Runs until 29 July Brussels

“Bise”, a title referencing the North wind that blows across Europe, is the first solo exhibition of Belgian artist Anne Marie Laureys in Brussels. Her remarkable practice on view at La Verrière shakes up the old art of ceramics while celebrating tactility, creating unlikely, dynamic shapes.

Cover photo Miles Fischler

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