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16h – 16h45 Jan De Vree (M HKA, Antwerp) on the exhibition “Urgent Conversations: Athens–Antwerp”, a collaboration between EMST and M HKA, a theoretical and visual dialogue, based on works from the collections of both museums.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.
15h – 15h45 Klaas Kloosterboer en Frank Koolen, on “Goochelen en Verlies”, a duo show at Annie Gentils Gallery and their shared fascination for Lou Reed.15 artists, 15 posters runs the entire Antwerp Art Weekend from Friday to Sunday.The party itself is hosted by TRAP, which is a tiny event space in central Antwerp with an infinite capacity for all manners of art and music.It is operated, programmed and scrubbed clean by Roman Hiele, Allon Kaye, and Milan Warmoeskerken.TRAP invites musicians Rashad Becker (DE) and Das Ding (NL) to perform and TRAP’s DJ’s will be playing all night long.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.
Antwerp Art is the joint platform for these exhibition spaces, listing relevant exhibitions and openings for both professionals and a wider audience.
Next to this, Antwerp Art organizes the annual Antwerp Art Weekend, a manifestation for contemporary art in Antwerp.
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.
The Night of the Visual Arts takes place on Saturday, May 20 and starts at 21h.