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The exhibition brings together some forty works acquired recently by Hainault Province, most of which have yet to be exhibited at the museum.
The theme for this new exhibition is the relationship between indoors and outdoors, harking back to the weeks of lockdown during the Spring.
The BPS22 is launching a series of exhibitions dedicated to Mail Art in francophone Belgium, starting with a presentation of Thierry Tillier’s archives.
The BPS22 is presenting an exhibition by the Atelier IMAGES DANS LE MILIEU in celebration of 33 years of Jean-François Octave’s leadership.
Juan d’Oultremont, artist and former teacher at the ERG, presents his unusual collection of texts and objects from his former students and colleagues.
Magali Baribeau-Marchand and Pauline Debrichy are working on a joint photographic initiative, an early meeting on the external windows of the BPS22 façade.
Mail Art in French-speaking Belgium
In the Little Museum, children and adults can discover a small part of the collection of the Province of Hainaut.
The artist Laurent Molet pursues the longstanding artistic tradition of collage, pushing at the boundaries of its critical scope.
From the start, the artistic dimension formed the nucleus of the Club. The exhibition aims to witness 30 years of performances at the heart of the Workshops
Latifa Echakhch presents a new installation and a selection of older works in relation to the architecture of place and her local roots.