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VernissageFour new exhibitions

  • Vernissage

Closed for eight months because of work on the roof to comply with energy efficiency standards, the BPS22 is reopening its doors to the public on Saturday 18 February with four exhibitions. For those who can’t wait, come to the opening! On 17 February, from 7:00 p.m. in the evening.

Two exhibitions occupy the salle Pierre Dupont on the ground floor: a solo exhibition by Jean-Pierre Ransonnet (Lierneux, 1944) reveals a little-known aspect of his work – a selection of narrative photographs reworked by hand, created between 1972 and 1980. On the first floor, an exhibition by Jean-Pierre Point (Tournai 1941 - Evere 2023) presents a series of screen-prints produced between 1970 and 2000; the artworks celebrate the rich colours of his medium and the simple beauty of the mundane. Both of these French-speaking Belgian artists born in the first half of the 20th century share the same critical questioning about photography and therefore appear side-by-side in the Museum.

At the same time, in the Great Hall Stayin' Alive rolls out some fifty recent acquisitions of the Museum and contrary to conventional wisdom, proves that the collection is far from being a place where works of art go to die.

Finally, Liège is showcased in the fifth opus of the exhibition series Merci Facteur ![Thank you, Mr Postman!] dedicated to Mail Art in French-speaking Belgium.

Vernissage op 17.02.2023
19:00 > 23:00


Access only from the Rue Clément Lyon.
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