Lili Reynaud-Dewar’s new performance Small Tragic Opera of Images and Bodies in the Museum (2017) – which premieres at WIELS – features an operatic chorus and raises timely... Read more
In a riot and a sculpture, [such] tactical acts of re-appropriation disrupt the circulation of bodies and information within a given terrain, if only for a moment. - John Kelsey, Sculpture in an abandoned field Read more
Conversation with the artists Daniel Dewar and Oscar Murillo around their works presented in The Absent Museum.
Nicolas Kozakis lives and works in Brussels and teaches at the Royal Academy of Liège. Raoul Vaneigem is born in 1934 in Lessines, Belgium, and lives in Burgundy. He is a writer and a situationist... Read more
Carsten Höller describes The Baudouin/ Boudewijn Experiment (2001/2017) as “a deliberate, non-fatalistic large-scale group experiment in deviation.” On 4 April 1990, King Baudouin,... Read more
In his new work The Guided Tour - Once We Shared Consequent Masturbation (2017), made for this occasion, Nástio Mosquito takes on a new character: Abdul RodeLaisse, a museum guide... Read more
Lucy McKenzie is a Scottish artist who has lived for many years in Brussels. She was closely associated with WIELS’ programme of artists in residence in its early years, but this is the first time... Read more
Exclusive tour for teenagers If adolescents sometimes have trouble tearing themselves away from their smartphones, why not use this fascination as a learning experience? WIELS invites teenagers to... Read more
A lively chronicle of residents of the Béguinage quarter, so named because it is located on the site of the former Brussels beguinage. The film, conceived as an encyclopedic inventory, is composed... Read more
Somewhere in Brussels, behind closed classroom doors, Sanaz Azari is learning to read and write in her native language, Farsi, using a textbook dating from the Islamic revolution. Over the course of... Read more
Conversation with the artists Guillaume Bijl and Wesley Meuris around their works presented in The Absent Museum.
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Conversation with the artists Mark Manders and Marina Pinsky around their works presented in The Absent Museum.
Free with... Read more
Screening of the film "Le Crocodile en peluche" (60') written by Evelyne Axell who also plays the main character. The film will be followed by a documentary (45') about Evelyne Axell made after her... Read more