The Dutch artist Paul Hendrikse (1977, Terneuzen) builds on existing cultural and artistic legacies.
The S.M.A.K. and the Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent are joining forces to programme Hareng Saur: Ensor and contemporary art.
In keeping with an annual tradition, S.M.A.K. will again be holding the group exhibition Coming People, focusing on the graduation projects of students from the Royal Academy of Fine Art Ghent (KASK) and St. Luke’s College of Science and Art, ...
The Tegenlicht (Backlight) exhibition is the final stage in many years of cooperation between the literary magazine DW B and the Cera.
This summer, the Kunst Nu rooms at the S.M.A.K. will be occupied by the South African artist Simon Gush (b. 1981). He works across a number of mediums including video, sculpture and performance.
S.M.A.K.’s collection contains more than 1800 works and covers a wide range of developments in international art history from 1945 to the present day.
The young Italian artist Paolo Chiasera (1978, Bologna, Italy) is fascinated by historical icons, myths and cultural symbols.
The S.M.A.K. and the Vooruit Arts Centre are joining forces to overrun the town. Electrified 02 – Hacking Public Space focuses on artists whose field of action is the ‘public space’.
The Cemetery of Reason is conceived as a mid-career survey of the American artist Ed Templeton.