The tension between sculptures and the surfaces on or against which they are shown is the starting point for this presentation of works from the collection.
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Friends of S.M.A.K., the museum is devoting a collection presentation to the Friends’ acquisitions.
Wim Lambrecht’s interest in the ephemeral was the starting point for this exhibition, in which works from S.M.A.K. are combined with work by alumni, lecturers and researchers at the LUCA School of Arts.
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 April 2016 From the Collection: 1964-'76 - sans M.B. opened as a prelude to the Broodthaerskabinet in January 2017.
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.
Each of the four rooms in this exhibition serves as a separate chapter discussing various functions that art can assume.