The Night of the Visual Arts takes place on Saturday, May 20 and starts at 21h.
The exhibitions hosted in DE Studio will be on view until 1am that night. DE Studio Maarschalk Gerardstraat 4, 2000 Antwerpen telephone 32 3 260 96 10 [email protected] Mima Schwahn, Black Beauty, 2016Urgent conversations Urgent Conversations is the lecture program, put together by Frederik Vergaert and inspired by the wide range of presentations, exhibitions and projects that take place during the Antwerp Art Weekend.
Conveniently located in the proximity of Brussels, Paris, London, Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Cologne, Antwerp hosts a continuous flow of artists and art lovers, complementing the already, vibrant local scene.
Since 2014, the non-profit organization Antwerp Art connects and promotes the activities by its members - a selection of quality contemporary art galleries, art spaces and museums -, as well as a brisk pool of upcoming art initiatives and pop-up exhibition spaces, located in Antwerp.
DE Studio Maarschalk Gerardstraat 4, 2000 Antwerpen telephone 32 3 260 96 10 [email protected] history of the HISK and the city of Antwerp are intertwined.
Up until 2007, the Higher Institute for Fine Arts was located at the former Military Hospital site in Antwerp, where the gate building houses ‘Little HISK’, one of the temporary exhibitions organized during the Antwerp Art Weekend.
This exhibition enacts the belief that works of art may constantly emanate new meanings, open questions and initiate a much desired dialogue, that basic ground for human culture.
General opening hours are: Friday 19 May, from 12h − 22h Saturday 20 May, from 12h − 18h Sunday 21 May, from 12h − 18h The Antwerp Art Weekend is free and open to the general public.
About Antwerp Art: Antwerp harbours a vibrant contemporary art scene, ranging from internationally renowned museums, galleries and art centres to artist-in-residencies, project spaces, young and upcoming initiatives and pop-up exhibitions.
DE Studio Maarschalk Gerardstraat 4, 2000 Antwerpen telephone 32 3 260 96 10 [email protected] of telling Inspired by Lis Rhodes ground-breaking 1978 film Light Reading, this exhibition brings together moving image works from the LUX collection that engage with storytelling and narrative in complex, often mysterious ways.
Words are seen and heard, uncoded, undone and questioned.