David Claerbout will personally introduce his newly published book dedicated to his graphic oeuvre, which offers a look behind the scenes of his seminal video works.    Belgian... Read more

Dieter Roelstraete, one of the members of the curatorial team of Documenta 14, will give an overview of the project to date, ahead of its opening in Athens and later in Kassel in 2017. Roelstraete... Read more

Jürgen Bock, curator and founding director of Maumaus in Lisbon, presents the lecture Leaden Times in the Back of Beyond, or the History of Sensitivity in Portuguese Arts in the 1960s and... Read more

The Swedish, Berlin-based artist and poet Karl Holmqvist is a longstanding friend of Klara Lidén and has previously written about her work. This autumn they are collaborating together on a new... Read more

Residence - Lecture

Presentation of the new artists-in-residence

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event is cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience   Read more

A guided tour of the exhibition Stan Douglas: Interregnum by artist David Claerbout. David Claerbout is a Belgian artist working in the media of photography, video, sound,... Read more

Taking on art critic Raphaële Jeune’s term “artwork-artist-trademark”, Ludovic Chemarin© is a project founded by Damien Beguet and P. Nicolas Ledoux. 

In 2011 they purchased upon... Read more

A guided tour of the exhibition Stan Douglas: Interregnum by curator Dirk Snauwaert. 25.10.2015, 15:00
In French/Dutch
Free with a ticket of the exhibition  To... Read more

Eric de Bruyn and Sven Lütticken, writers on the work of Stan Douglas, will host an evening of discussion and film clips in relation to the artist’s The Secret... Read more


Artist’s talk: Sam Durant

Sam Durant’s multifaceted practice often draws upon American history to explore topics of contemporary political and social importance. For example, his projects have included a proposal for a... Read more



WIELS @ VENICE 2015 Dialogues between WIELS’ programme and the Venice biennale Two evenings of presentations by the curatorial team of WIELS with guest... Read more

Guided tour of the exhibition Atopolis in Mons by WIELS director Dirk Snauwaert, co-curator of the exhibition. Look Who's Talking in Mons: Dirk SnauwaertRead more

Jubilee is proud to announce the presentation of “In-Residence Magazine #02”, an artist publication by Vermeir & Heiremans in the form of a lifestyle magazine, which offers background... Read more

To celebrate the finissage of her Work/Travail/Arbeid, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker speaks in conversation with French dancer-choreographer Jérôme Bel. Read more

What are the gestures in the sound of music and the movement of musicians that shape the “spiral of time”? What does it mean to perform a choreography of musical gestures, and redistribute the visible and the audible by bodily movement outside of concert? Read more

"My idea for this talk is to implement what I have been calling for a while a process of ‘co-imagination’. I will spend one day as close as possible with the piece, and then organize my thoughts and topics of discussion as they emerge in the process of living the experience of the work as it unfolds throughout the day."  Read more

In continuation of cultural studies and post-colonial studies, contemporary artists have developed artistic practices based on the recovery of archives. The African Odysseys exhibition at... Read more

Introduction of the publication APRES UN COUP DE DES by MICHEL LORAND. A presentation by JACQUES SOJCHER. Jacques Sojcher will introduce the edition "APRES UN COUP DE DES"... Read more

In the past several years, the art world has embraced dance as never before, with myriad exhibitions, film screenings, performances, residencies, even acquisitions. Many are asking why—Why dance? Why now?  Read more

Two celebrated dancer-choreographers are brought together to speak about dance and the exhibition form. Read more

This project is conceived as a “narrated exhibition”. It features artists who explore the ethnic, linguistic or cultural communities and minorities coexisting in the European societies today. The exhibition takes the form of a one-night live event, in which each artist presents one work or a work in progress through narrative or performative means.   Read more

What significance does the mobilization of the body in the artistic practices of African women have today? Read more

Round table discussion with the artists of Body Talk: Feminism, Sexuality and the Body in the Work of Six African Women Artists, moderated by curator Koyo Kouoh. With Zoulikha... Read more

Jo Ractliffe
After War Border war for some, civil war or war of liberation for others, since 2007, the photographer Jo Ractliffe (The Cape, South Africa, 1961)... Read more

This event is cancelled       Tris Vonna-Michell (b. 1982, Southend-on-Sea, UK) is a British artist, who stages... Read more