Rinus Van de Velde (1983, Leuven, Belgium) draws himself as the leading player in the biography of an imaginary artist.
This exhibition presents key works by Michael Buthe (Germany, 1944-‘94) from the early 1960s to the early 1990s.
The S.M.A.K. shows works from the collection that have been acquired in the last few years.
In spring 2016, these two internationally acclaimed artists will each set up an artwork in the public space of Korenmarkt in Ghent. S.M.A.K. takes this opportunity to situate the two artists’ designs in the broader context of their oeuvres.
In The Bottom Line, the S.M.A.K. presents work by 53 international artists as a sample of the current significance of drawing in contemporary art.
S.M.A.K. and Mu.ZEE are presenting a selective survey of work by the Belgian artist Lili Dujourie from her debut until the present.
At the S.M.A.K., Geys plans among other things, to show recent work which, like his earlier work, arises out of his critiques of institutions and political-social issues.
For almost a year Sol LeWitt's Wall Drawing No.36 signals the start of a presentation-in-progress in the form of smaller cabinet exhibitions and performances.
The exhibition at S.M.A.K. showed work by Joris Ghekiere from the late 1990s to the present. The exhibition was curated by Ulrich Loock.