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Brussels Gallery Weekend 2016, 8–11 September

From 8–11 September 2016, Brussels welcomes collectors, curators, artists, and all variety of art enthusiast to enjoy the ninth edition of Brussels Gallery Weekend

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Text by Ray Hu

Save the date: This week is the occasion for the ninth annual Brussels Gallery Weekend, the annual event that marks the beginning of a new exhibition season. From 8–11 September, the Belgian metropolis welcomes collectors, curators, artists, and all variety of art enthusiast to take in the best that Brussels has to offer. The 31 participating galleries are joined by satellite events, exhibitions, and activities at venues throughout the city, not to mention the “Dispersed Museum” program by guest curator Matteo Lucchetti. With 50 venues in total, Brussels Gallery Weekend is the perfect occasion to visit the city. Alongside concurrent Design September, which also kicks off this coming weekend, Brussels is definitely the place to be this weekend.

The full list of the participating galleries: Aeroplastics, Valérie Bach, Albert Baronian, Bernier/Eliades, Didier Claes, Dauwens & Beernaert, dépendance, Dvir, Feizi, Marie-Laure Fleisch, Pierre Marie Giraud, Gladstone Gallery, Hopstreet, Xavier Hufkens, Jablonka Maruani Mercier, Rodolphe Janssen, Keitelman, Harlan Levey Projects, Maniera, Greta Meert, Meessen De Clercq, Jan Mot, MOT International, Nathalie Obadia, Office Baroque, Almine Rech, Michel Rein, Sorry We’re Closed, Stems, Micheline Szwajcer, Daniel Templon, Caroline Van Hoek.

Continue reading to see selection of images from the various galleries, with additional details in the captions (images courtesy of the respective galleries unless otherwise noted). For more information, visit BrusselsGalleryWeekend.com or the websites of the individual galleries, linked above.

Keitelman Gallery presents Frank Stella: "From the line to the line". Image: Frank Stella,"The Great Heidelburgh Tun, C.T.P VIII", 1989. Acrylic, vinyl paint and various media on collaged paper: 190 x 139 cm.
Keitelman Gallery presents Frank Stella: "From the line to the line". Image: Frank Stella,"The Great Heidelburgh Tun, C.T.P VIII", 1989. Acrylic, vinyl paint and various media on collaged paper: 190 x 139 cm.
Keitelman Gallery presents Frank Stella: "From the line to the line". Image: Frank Stella, "Moby Dick, C.T.P II", 1989. Acrylic, vinyl paint and various media on collaged paper: 171 x 139 cm.
Keitelman Gallery presents Frank Stella: "From the line to the line". Image: Frank Stella, "Moby Dick, C.T.P II", 1989. Acrylic, vinyl paint and various media on collaged paper: 171 x 139 cm.
Gallery MLF | Marie-Laure Fleisch presents "Giuseppe Stampone" EUROPE VS EUROPE". Image: Giuseppe Stampone, "Welcome to España".
Gallery MLF | Marie-Laure Fleisch presents Giuseppe Stampone: "EUROPE VS EUROPE". Image: Giuseppe Stampone, "Welcome to España".
Daniel Templon presents "Gregory Crewdson: Cathedral of Pines". Image: Gregory Crewdson, "Pickup Truck", 2014. Digital pigment print: 95,3 x 127cm / 114,5 x 146,2 cm ( framed). Edition of 3 + 2 EA. ©Gregory Crewdson, Courtesy Gagosian Gallery
Daniel Templon presents Gregory Crewdson: "Cathedral of Pines". Image: Gregory Crewdson, "Pickup Truck", 2014. Digital pigment print: 95,3 x 127cm / 114,5 x 146,2 cm ( framed). Edition of 3 + 2 EA. ©Gregory Crewdson, Courtesy Gagosian Gallery
Daniel Templon presents "Gregory Crewdson: Cathedral of Pines". Image: Gregory Crewdson, "Reclining Woman on Sofa", 2013. Digital pigment print: 95,3 x 127cm / 114,5 x 146,2 cm (framed). Edition of 3 + 2 EA. ©Gregory Crewdson. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery
Daniel Templon presents Gregory Crewdson: "Cathedral of Pines". Image: Gregory Crewdson, "Reclining Woman on Sofa", 2013. Digital pigment print: 95,3 x 127cm / 114,5 x 146,2 cm (framed). Edition of 3 + 2 EA. ©Gregory Crewdson. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery
Harlan Levey Projects presents "Wird". Image: Haseed Ahmed, "The Wind Egg".
Harlan Levey Projects presents Haseed Ahmed: "Wird". Image: Haseed Ahmed, "The Wind Egg".
Meessen De Clerq presents Fabrice Samyn: "Solipsism".
Meessen De Clerq presents Fabrice Samyn: "Solipsism".
Hopstreet Gallery presents Pieterjan Ginckels: "LEAKERS".  Image: Gallery view of "Pieterjan Ginckels – LEAKERS" © hv-studio, courtesy the artist & Hopstreet Gallery
Hopstreet Gallery presents Pieterjan Ginckels: "LEAKERS". Image: Gallery view of "Pieterjan Ginckels – LEAKERS" © hv-studio, courtesy the artist & Hopstreet Gallery
Hopstreet Gallery presents Pieterjan Ginckels: "LEAKERS". Image: "GREAT SEXY NEEDS" (2016). © hv-studio, courtesy the artist & Hopstreet Gallery
Hopstreet Gallery presents Pieterjan Ginckels: "LEAKERS". Image: "GREAT SEXY NEEDS" (2016). © hv-studio, courtesy the artist & Hopstreet Gallery
Jablonka Maruani Mercier Gallery presents Francesco Clemente. Image: Francesco Clemente, "Talismans n°2", 2016. Watercolour on paper: 113 x 61 cm.
Jablonka Maruani Mercier Gallery presents Francesco Clemente. Image: Francesco Clemente, "Talismans n°2", 2016. Watercolour on paper: 113 x 61 cm.
Jablonka Maruani Mercier Gallery presents Francesco Clemente. Image: Francesco Clemente, "Making Love in a Fleeting World n°1", 2015, Watercolour on paper: 45.72 x 60.96 cm.
Jablonka Maruani Mercier Gallery presents Francesco Clemente. Image: Francesco Clemente, "Making Love in a Fleeting World n°1", 2015, Watercolour on paper: 45.72 x 60.96 cm.
Office Baroque presents Paulo Monteiro. Image: Paulo Monteiro, "Untitled", 2014. Oil on canvas: 70 x 50 cm.
Office Baroque presents Paulo Monteiro. Image: Paulo Monteiro, "Untitled", 2014. Oil on canvas: 70 x 50 cm.
Office Baroque presents Sadie Laska. Image: Sadie Laska, "Untitled", 2015. Oil and acrylic on canvas: 178 x 152 cm.
Office Baroque presents Sadie Laska. Image: Sadie Laska, "Untitled", 2015. Oil and acrylic on canvas: 178 x 152 cm.
Sorry We're Closed presents Stefan Rinck: "Sick White God".
Sorry We're Closed presents Stefan Rinck: "Sick White God".
Galerie Valérie Bach presents Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil: "A Hundred Hours From Home". Image: Martine Feipel and Jean Bechameil, "At Dawn", 2015.
Galerie Valérie Bach presents Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil: "A Hundred Hours From Home". Image: Martine Feipel and Jean Bechameil, "At Dawn", 2015.
Rodolphe Janssen presents Pierre Alechinsky, Karel Appel, Fred Bervoets: Works on paper from the Stéphane Janssen collection. Image: Karel Appel, "First Games", 1965. Gouache and collage on paper: 111 1/2 x 75 cm.
Rodolphe Janssen presents Pierre Alechinsky, Karel Appel, Fred Bervoets: Works on paper from the Stéphane Janssen collection. Image: Karel Appel, "First Games", 1965. Gouache and collage on paper: 111 1/2 x 75 cm.
Rodolphe Janssen presents Chris Martin: works on paper. Image: Chris Martin, "Untitled", 2009. Graphite, ballpoint pen and spray paint on paper: 30.5 x 22.9 cm.
Rodolphe Janssen presents Chris Martin: works on paper. Image: Chris Martin, "Untitled", 2009. Graphite, ballpoint pen and spray paint on paper: 30.5 x 22.9 cm.
Xavier Hufkens presents Paul McCarthy: "White Snow & Coach Stage Stage Coach, Spinoffs". Image: Paul McCarthy, "CSSC, Frederic Remington Charles Bronson", 2014–2016. Clay, wood, steel, laminated board, hair, foam, fiberglass: 497,8 x 228,6 x 157,5 cm.
Xavier Hufkens presents Paul McCarthy: "White Snow & Coach Stage Stage Coach, Spinoffs". Image: Paul McCarthy, "CSSC, Frederic Remington Charles Bronson", 2014–2016. Clay, wood, steel, laminated board, hair, foam, fiberglass: 497,8 x 228,6 x 157,5 cm.
Xavier Hufkens presents Paul McCarthy: "White Snow & Coach Stage Stage Coach, Spinoffs". Image: Paul McCarthy, "White Snow Head", 2012–2013. Silicone (blue), fiberglass, steel: 144,8 x 165,1 x 147,3 cm.
Xavier Hufkens presents Paul McCarthy: "White Snow & Coach Stage Stage Coach, Spinoffs". Image: Paul McCarthy, "White Snow Head", 2012–2013. Silicone (blue), fiberglass, steel: 144,8 x 165,1 x 147,3 cm.

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