Wim Lambrecht’s interest in the ephemeral was the starting point for this exhibition, in which works from S.M.A.K. are combined with work by alumni, lecturers and researchers at the LUCA School of Arts.
Michael E. Smith makes sculptures out of cast-offs, waste and other residues of our consumer society.
This exhibition was compiled by the new S.M.A.K. curator Christoph Büchel, and presents artworks that form the basis of the S.M.A.K. collection.
For the first time, Kader Attia presents a new installation of textiles he collected during different travels through Africa, that display manual repairs that have been left visible.
Kristof Van Gestel develops models of creation from which the visitor can actively gain experiences. Take part in one of his workshops and discover the artwork in a social form.
Get to know the visually overwhelming work of the German artist Anna Oppermann. She reflected on the world in her own way in kaleidoscopic ensembles of objects, photos, paintings and text.
Dirk Zoete stages his imagination in drawings and on the basis of peculiar characters, models, objects, props and textiles. The museum room will become the podium for his highly individual conceptual models concerning man and the world.
On the occasion of the final issue of the artists’ magazine GAGARIN the Artists in their Own Words, Wilfried Huet is creating an exhibition at S.M.A.K.
The artistic practice of James Welling unfolds in the liminal zones between photography and painting, film, architecture, sculpture and dance. It is characterized by its distinct sense of experimentation and its radical stylistic diversity.
Déformation Professionnelle shows new work by Nairy Baghramian.