Willem Oorebeek’s work reflects on the status of the image and on what reproduction by means of an image or message actually does.
To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the sister-city relationship between the cities of Kanazawa and Ghent, about 70 works by 11 artists selected from the collection of S.M.A.K., are shown at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in ...
In recent years Ives Maes has revolved round his Recyclable Refugee Camp project, an ironic attempt to make an absolutely ethnically correct work of art.
Contemporary landscapes change at various rhythms. Which aspects of a landscape change? How can we find out about them?
Dora Garcia’s work is about the boundary and the connection between reality and fiction, between the so-called spontaneous and what is imposed.
Stefaan Dheedene allows himself to be led by encounters and chance images and objects, which he then incorporates into documentaries, spatial reconstructions and copies.
For Frank D.C painting is the starting point for the exploration and guidance of images and observation processes.