Laurence Dervaux is taking over the BPS22 and presenting an exhibition that combines retrospective and new works.
This sixth Mail art exhibition brings together "Janelas", a large-scale mail art project, and the intimate work of Agathe Eristov Gengis Khan.
Thwart clichés about contemporary art by discovering works from the Province of Hainaut Collection!
Jonathan Roy, artist in residence at the BPS22, exhibits his ongoing artworks aimed at a creative collaboration around the French language in Belgium.
The Petit Musée takes you on a journey of discovery through a collection of industrial design and questions the influence of the objects we encounter every day.
Discover Émelyne Duval's exhibition at BPS22 in Charleroi. Collages, paintings, photos and drawings intermingle to create an archaeology of the imaginary.
The sixth stage in the "Glory" exhibition cycle, this Belgian stopover offers a sort of anthology of the artist's concerns.
Adrien Lucca's first solo museum exhibition. An immersive installation where the visitor is confronted with the limits of his own sensory perception.
“Merci Facteur!” the exhibition cycle dedicated to Mail Art presents an opus from Liège with the collections of Jacques Charlier, Pol Piérart and Jean Spiroux.
Jean-Pierre Ransonnet presents a series of works combining photography and painting with "l' lieux et liens (1972-1980)" (‘L’ locations and links) at the BPS22.
The exhibition comprises around fifty screen-prints, created by Jean-Pierre Point (1941-2023) between the 1970s and the 2000s.
Stayin’ Alive rolls out some recent acquisitions and proves that the collection is far from being a place where works of art go to die.