S.M.A.K. honours its attendants by letting them create their own exhibition with works from the collection.
In Vincent’s Asylum, Loek Grootjans (1955, the Netherlands) shows an asylum in which he has collected traces of the renowned painter Vincent Van Gogh. It will be on show in the Floraliënhal (Flower Show Hall), part of the complex that includes ...
This exhibition is based on two monumental works by Mario Merz (1925-2003): Les maisons tournent autour de nous ou nous tournons autour des maisons (1979) and L’Horizon de lumière traverse notre verticale du jour (1995).
In his artistic practice, the young Kasper Bosmans (Lommel, 1990) explores science, design, folklore, local and general history, and art.
This year S.M.A.K. and the Friends of the S.M.A.K. are once again offering a platform for talented young people from the Belgian art colleges.
On 24 June 2016 Zvi Goldstein (1947, Transylvania; lives and works in Jerusalem) will open his largest exhibition to date at S.M.A.K. Entitled Distance and Differences, the exhibition will cover four decades of intensive artistic production. It ...
In his installations with ready-mades, videos and paintings he does on picnic blankets, kitchen towels, tablecloths, curtains and cardboard, Lee Kit incorporates elements of pop music and language.
Exhibition with work by artist-musician Paul Van Gysegem.
The Invisible Beauty exhibition was made for the Pavilion of Iraq at the 2015 Venice Biennale. S.M.A.K. shows a museum version of this initiative.
In April 2016 From the Collection: 1964-'76 - sans M.B. opened as a prelude to the Broodthaerskabinet in January 2017.