Exhibitions

Thursday
27
May 2021
Sunday
01
Aug 2021
Awful Things, 2018 © memymom
Memymom is the collaboration between mother-daughter artist duo Marilène Coolens & Lisa De Boeck. Two self-taught photographers who work and live in Brussels, Belgium. The cross-generational project began with what the artist duo describes as The Umbilical Vein, a reference to the analogue image made between 1990 and 2003. An intimate archive of family photos in which Marilène encouraged Lisa to express herself and to invent her own improvised theatre sketches.

Doors

12:00 > 18:00

Where

  • Museum
Thursday
16
Sep 2021
Sunday
21
Nov 2021
balleux-dambrain
Following Cédric Dambrain’s performance as part of Stephan Bailleux’s monographic exhibition "La peinture et son double", at the Musée d'Ixelles in 2014, the two artists decided to further develop their collaboration and to jointly explore common means of expression within the same architectural framework: the Botanique Museum. This space not only provides a sense of cohesion between their respective disciplines, it also serves as a setting inextricably linked to their artwork.


Doors

12:00 > 18:00

Where

  • Museum
Thursday
16
Sep 2021
Sunday
21
Nov 2021
As part of the programme of MAGMA, the tenth Triennial of Ottignies-Louvain-la-Neuve, Eva L’Hoest presents a large-scale video project entitled "The Inmost Cell" at the Botanique’s Galerie.

Eva L’Hoest (Liège, 1991, Belgium – lives and works in Brussels) explores some of the ways in which all sort of mental images – particularly memory and reminiscence – tend to re-materialise in a new technological form. Essentially, the artist explores memory itself and the infinitely small and strange reality that lingers in it. Piece after piece, she appropriates today’s technologies to expose their nature as prostheses for apprehending the world and their inherent potential as artistic mediums.


Doors

12:00 > 18:00

Where

  • Galerie