New artist in residence, Quebecker Magali Baribeau-Marchand, will stay at the BPS22 Art Museum of the Hainault Province for three months.
The BPS22 is closed for a few months starting in June 2022. The aim is to carry out work to bring the building into line with energy efficiency standards.
Interested in the industrialisation of the region, David Schalliol photographs Charleroi's landscape and captures the traces of the mining past.
The Solvay esplanade and the Ville-Haute in Charleroi are undergoing major works. But the museum remains open and accessible.
Presentation of the two new exhibitions. Visitors were present on October 9 and 10.
During the weekend of October 9 and 10, come and discover the 2 new exhibitions at BPS22. Admission to the museum and guided tours are free of charge.
The museum is closed during the installation of its new exhibition.
Reopening of the doors and presentation of the new exhibitions. Visitors were present and very numerous on September 19 and 20.
Take a look to the picture of this summer's activities : Workshop days and Family afternoon.
For the past three years, the BPS22 has invited four groups of young people to dive into the heart of the Museum for a whole year.
The BPS22, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and the Bang Centre have just appointed the artists who will take up residencies in Spring 2021.
In order to comply with the directives of the various Belgian levels of government, the BPS22 will be closed to the public until further notice.
Latifa Echakhch presents The Sun and The Set
Take a look back at the opening of the new exhibitions by Latifa Echakhch, The Théo Van Gogh Club and Laurent Molet.
In keeping with the Little Museum concept, the BPS22 has designed a space devoted to creativity and encouraging awareness of art.
4 classes of young people from different backgrounds took over the museum again this year to discover all its facets and become torchbearers of culture in turn.
The partnership between the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and the BPS22 has been renewed for another four years.
The BPS22 welcomes multi-disciplinary artist Sara Létourneau to a two-month residence as part of a partnership.