AES+F, Carlos Aires, Hugo Alonso, Elodie Antoine, Katia Bourdarel, Daniele Buetti, Tom Dale, Delphine de Saxe-Cobourg, Jeroen Frateur, Till Freiwald, Lara Gasparotto, Tanya Goel, Gudrun Kampl, David Kramer, Eckart Hahn, HEHE, John Isaacs, Michael Johansson, Félix Luque Sánchez, Houston Maludi, Filip Markiewicz, Eugenio Merino, David Nicholson, Lamarche-Ovize, Léopold Rabus, Till Rabus, Terry Rodgers, Danny Rolph, Tracey Snelling, Pierrick Sorin, Mark Titchner, Gavin Turk, Eric Van Hove, Jason Bard Yarmosky
Opening during BRUSSELS GALLERY WEEKEND
Preview Thursday 9 September: 12.00 - 21.00
Open Friday 10, Saturday 11
& Sunday 12 Sept: 11.00 -19.00
Show runs until October by appointment only
For the inauguration of its new space, Aeroplastics is offering a major exhibition whose title echoes the uncertainty in which our contemporary world is plunged: Come What May. More than thirty artists have been invited to participate, each offering a personal and original reflection on the challenges that humanity must face today, whether they are...ecological, social, human or economic in nature. However, it is not a question of producing a manifesto or a plea: the event is above all an opportunity to reaffirm the aesthetic line followed by Aeroplastics since its beginnings, characterised by a taste for audacity and experimentation, diversity, the hidden meaning of images and words, but also humour and the second degree. The paintings, sculptures, videos, drawings, photos and installations gathered here do not claim to provide answers to the questions raised by the present or future chaos, but invite an open-mindedness that, it is not forbidden to dream, could help to change the course of things.
Imágenes de la Exposición
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