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Bringing together existing work with new creations produced exclusively for the BPS22, the exhibition is a perspective of their work over the past 15 years.
A new exhibition in the francophone Belgian Mail Art cyclebrings together Stephan Barbery and Guy Stuckens.
The new exhibition at the Little Museum addresses the issue of gender and the associated stereotypes.
Alexis Deconinck takes up a residency in Charleroi and tackles the city’s major renovation projects, particularly the one hindering access to the museum.
More than 800 children corresponded with the BPS22 through the project "Et si le Facteur passait chez vous…?!" The Little Museum shows theirs creations.
For its third exhibition dedicated to Mail Art, the BPS22 brings together two artists from different generations: Metallic Avau and Ben Tripe.
This year "Papier Carbone" becomes "Été Carbone" ! The printed image's festival transforms itself in an exhibition and show numerous artists' worlds.
After three years of exchanges between Belgian and Canadian artists, this exhibition is an invitation to journey through imaginary lands.
ELNINO76’s first individual exhibition centres on the pirates famous black flag.
The second chapter of this exhibition cycle dedicated to Mail Art, Thank you, Mr Postman! focuses on the epistolary exchanges of Eric Adam and Bernard Boigelot.
RUPTZ produced a series of artistic interventions involving practices that were just emerging : video art, performance art, body art, photography...
As an artist, Petr Davydtchenko decided to put all his energy and creativity into researching a vaccine for protection against COVID-19.
Margaret Harrison's work makes its Belgian debut at BPS22, following her first major retrospective exhibition in 2019 at 49 Nord 6 Est - FRAC Lorraine, Metz.
Les œuvres présentées abordent le rapport entre le dedans et le dehors faisant écho aux semaines de confinement vécues durant le printemps.