Brussels Gallery Weekend starts on Thursday and runs until Sunday 10 September. Brussels will be buzzing with exhibitions, screenings, book signings, talks and much more. For this edition, don’t miss any of the 45 participating galleries nor the D’Ieteren Headquarters emerging as a new meeting point, housing the Generation Brussels exhibition and spotlighting projects by Globe Aroma, Ateliers Indigo, and Stockmans Art Books.
And there’s more – make sure to keep the OFF Program on your radar, alongside a multitude of activities within the galleries : Join Richard Tuttle book presentation at Greta Meert, catch the screening of Tania Libre at CINEMA Palace in collaboration with Waldburger Wouters, discover the artistic practice of Adrien Lucca during an artist talk at LMNO, embark on guided tours led by gallerists and artists, accompanied by a refreshing glass of Duvel at Harlan Levey Projects, CLEARING & Montoro 12, and countless other engaging experiences that await.
The 2023 exhibition of Generation Brussels, Cet obscur objet du désir, is curated by the art critic/ curator Sam Steverlynck and is entitled after the surrealist cinematographer Luis Buñuel’s eponymous masterpiece from 1977. Organized by a different curator every year since 2018, the ‘Generation Brussels’ exhibition aims to highlight young artist not yet represented by galleries.
Brussels Gallery Weekend is an event organized by the non-profit organization Brussels Art Days, which promotes the contemporary art scene in Brussels. It is considered as a major European event kicking off Brussels’ art season every September. During the event, more than forty galleries, together with non-profit and institutional art spaces, open their doors to a wide public and showcase Brussels’ rich contemporary art scene.
Discover the galleries in the company of one of the BGW guides. Six different itineraries are on offer, divided by geographical areas and lasting about 2h. Book your place via the website.
Explore curated routes, dveling into specific artistic mediums, societal questions, and prevailing artistic mouvements. Download the routes on the website and discover them at your own pace.
This invaluable tool provides a panoramic view of all the exhibitions hosted across the 45 participating galleries. But that’s not all – it’s your window into a world of diverse events, from captivating performances and engaging book signings to enlightening artists talks, guided tours and many other events happening in the galleries.
Alice Gallery, Almine Rech, Ballon Rouge, Baronian, Belgian Gallery Brussels, Bernier / Eliades, C L E A R I N G, Claes Gallery, Damien & The Love Guru, dépendance, EDJI Gallery, ESTHER VERHAEGHE-Art concepts, Frédérick Mouraux Gallery, Galeria Jaqueline Martins, Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Galerie DYS, Galerie Greta Meert, Galerie La Forest Divonne, Galerie La Patinoire Royale Bach, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Gallery Nosco, Gladstone Gallery, Harlan Levey Projects, Hopstreet Gallery, Irène Laub Gallery, Jan Mot, KIN, LMNO, Mai 36 Galerie, MARUANI MERCIER, Meessen De Clercq, Mendes Wood DM, Michel Rein, Montoro12 Gallery, Mulier Mulier Gallery, NINO MIER, Nosbaum Reding, QG Gallery, Pierre Marie Giraud, rodolphe janssen, Sorry We’re Closed, Stems Gallery, TEMPLON, Waldburger Wouters, Xavier Hufkens
Thursday 07.09.23 17:00-21:00
Friday 08.09.23 11:00-19:00
Saturday 09.09.23 11:00-19:00
Sunday 10.09.23 11:00-18:00
Full programming and more details on the Brussels Gallery Weekend website.