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The BPS22 team set up national and international collaborations and partnerships with institutions universally acclaimed in Belgium.

In 2004, in connection with the Fifth Charleroi Dance Biennale and alongside the Mossoux-Bonté Company’s production Générations, the BPS22 held the In Between… exhibition by Mo Becha, David Neirings and Régine Schumann.

In 2008, the BPS22 decided to invite the artist Mounir Fatmi to reflect on a reinterpretation of modernity, as embodied by the Brussels North-South urban axis. Fuck Architects was presented during the Brussels Biennale.

The Museum also participated in various multi-disciplinary projects such as the European Capital of Culture (Lille 2004 and Mons 2015) and also the Charleroi Urban Art Biennale Asphalte (2012 and 2014).

In 2015, simultaneously with the Les Mondes Inversés [The World Turns Upside Down] exhibition, the BPS22 presented the work of the Atelier IMAGES DANS LE MILIEU/IDM© from the École Supérieure des Arts in Mons/ARTS². The Museum also collaborated in Fluide 2015, an arts circuit organised by the Thuin-Haute Sambre Cultural Centre. The BPS22 also participated in the same event in 2018.

In 2019, the BPS22 collaborated with La Cambre in the Not to be Seen exhibition, the ESA Le 75 in Carolo-Cartos and the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Liège in Hotel Démocratie.

From 28 June to 1 September 2019, in partnership with the BANG art centre and the Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec, the BPS22 exhibited two sculptures by Mathieu Valade, artist in residence: Rorschach Gate and Enigma. From 13 December 2019 to 5 January 2020, Sara Letourneau’s work Les feuilles mortes [Dead Leaves] was exhibited.

In Belgium, the BPS22 collaborated with the Charleroi Photography Museum, Charleroi Danse, M Hka in Antwerp, SMAK in Ghent, Ikob in Eupen, Bozar in Brussels, etc.