A selection from the S.M.A.K. collection with works by (inter)national artists.
Discover how important the society of friends was for the birth of S.M.A.K. and for the Belgian artistic landscape.
Signal or Noise explores 'the photographic' in its diverse forms and as a metaphor for human existence.
On the basis of paintings, watercolours and drawings, S.M.A.K. is presenting the first posthumous survey of Raoul De Keyser’s oeuvre.
The ‘Friends of S.M.A.K. Prize | Coming People’ is a biennial competition for artists who have recently graduated from one of Belgium’s art colleges.
At S.M.A.K., Nina Canell is mounting an exhibition of new and existing work.
Zhang Peili is considered to be a pioneer of Chinese video art, but also explores other media.
Five video works from the S.M.A.K. collection show how artists have been focusing this medium more and more on the purely aesthetic experience of images since the 1980s.
In this overview of his earliest artistic practice, Leo Copers creates a fascinating tension by connecting seemingly incompatible elements.
In 2016, the Friends of S.M.A.K. bought Atlantis from Mandla Reuter. From 21 April on, they will present more work by this artist in their new space De Vereniging.