Since the sixties the American artist Richard Serra (b.1939, San Francisco) has made large geometric sculptures in unworked corten steel.
At the request of the Charles V 2000 organizing committee, Carl De Keyzer (°1958), Magnum photographer from Ghent, has produced a series of photographs which will be presented in exhibition and book form.
Karel Appel’s work belongs with that of Asger Jorn, Pierre Alechinsky and Corneille in the central core of the SMAK collection. Even today it is a mainstay on which museum shows are founded.
The museum brings a number of keyworks dating from the period 1986-1999 of the American artiste Leon Golub, combined with some recent paintings.
Loud voices can be heard through the window of a small house in the centre of Ghent. White porcelain plates launched from the same window narrowly miss you.
Flash is the first contemporary art and music project presented by the Bifrons Foundation on 9 DVD's, in collaboration with the BALTIC, Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead (UK). Visual artists from home and abroad are collaborating with ...
This exhibition is organised in the frame of the 6th Documentary Film Festival VIEWPOINT Ghent.
Konrad Lueg (°1939 - +1996, Düsseldorf) is the pseudonym of the internationally highly esteemed Düsseldorf gallery owner Konrad Fischer. S.M.A.K. presents a selection of his paintings from 1963 to 1968.
Anselm Kiefer (°1945, Donaueschingen) is generally considered one of the most important artists of recent decades.
The exhibition of the African artist Meschac Gaba’s gaming tables opens at the same time as the Thierry De Cordier exhibition. This work is his Salle de jeux du Musée d’Art Contemporain Africain.