Klara Lidén: Battement battu

Klara Lidén’s solo exhibition at WIELS is her first institutional presentation in Belgium. It comprises new and existing works in a range of media, with an emphasis on video and installation.... Read more


Stan Douglas: Interregnum

Canadian artist Stan Douglas (b.1960) is known for film installations characterized by elaborate mise-en-scènes and sophisticated montages that deal with coincidence and lost utopias of the 20th... Read more

Theaterfestival selects Work/Travail/Arbeid by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. To mark the occasion of the selection, Rosas, WIELS and Ictus will be reprising the exhibition for a period of three days, from 11 to 13 September starting at 11 am and closing at 8 pm. More information and tickets can be obtained from www.theaterfestival.be.   Read more


Atopolis -

This contemporary art exhibition, organized by Wiels in collaboration with Mons 2015 – European Capital of Culture, will present a group of artists interested in phenomena of circulation, diaspora... Read more


Un-Scene III

Un-Scene III is a group exhibition of 13 emerging artists in or from Belgium. It presents a slice of a scene at a particular moment, and reveals the position of WIELS as an international... Read more


Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker: Work/Travail/Arbeid

WIELS and Rosas are proud to announce an ambitious, unusual exhibition project: Work/Travail/Arbeid, conceived by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker in collaboration with Rosas, rethinks a live dance piece as an exhibition with a duration of nine weeks at WIELS.  Read more

Body Talk addresses issues of feminism, sexuality and the body, as they play themselves out in the work of a generation of women artists from Africa active since the late 1990s.  Read more

Conceived by the French artist Pierre Leguillon, The Museum of Mistakes: Contemporary Art and Class Struggle brings together works that he has created over the last fifteen years out of... Read more


Mark Leckey: Lending Enchantment to Vulgar Materials

Lending Enchantment to Vulgar Materials is British artist Mark Leckey’s largest exhibition to date. The title comes from a letter by Guillaume Apollinaire, in which he claims that what he... Read more