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BILY: Spoiling Visitors 

May 27, 2021

From May 29th until June 5th, visitors have the opportunity to embark on a delicious gastronomic journey with Brussels I Love You.

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This year marks the sixth edition of BILY (Brussels I love you), the organization makes clear that this year will be no exception: BILY wishes to spoil its visitors with a culinary surprise. Over the years their journey has become multifaceted, by combining art and gastronomy. What makes this year that extra bit special, is the focus on women active in the world of contemporary art by promoting the images of the capital of Belgium. 

By focusing on women who practice their art in the capital, the goal of BILY is to rediscover the capital with a new perspective and vision from May 29th until June 5th 2021. This year, familiar galleries return with brand-new presentations, but there are also new spaces ready to surprise visitors. Let yourself be carried off the beaten track.

The bringing together of these worlds, visitors get the opportunity to experience just how full Belgium is full of talented emerging and recognized artists put forward by passionate and motivated professionals who are waiting to surprise visitors. For 8 days the heart of Brussels will be a place where multiple activities come together, to visit galleries, institutions, exhibition spaces, artist residencies, collections and many others in the company of chefs for the opening day. This is the ideal opportunity to arouse your curiosity, to bring together the most initiated and to encourage meetings between connoisseurs, collectors, professionals.

BILY takes place from May 29th until June 5th, participating in BILY: Cokoa at Spazio Nobile Gallery; Brut Food at Nino Mier Gallery; Maison Lambert at Patinoire Royale – Galerie Valérie Bach; Kroket at Art 22 Studio Gallery; GJ Cook at Galerie La Forest Divonne.

Cover image: Oleg Dou, Cheburashka, Courtesy Art22 Gallery.

Laurent Durieux, Mirages On Area 51, print, widescreen. Courtesy Huberty & Breyne.
Camille de Taeye, Courtesy Le Salon d'art.
Etienne Viard, Couresy Galerie Faider.
Pere Llobera, Casper Westrik, 2017. Porcelain, glue and wooden box, 20 x 15 x 15 cm. Œuvre unique. Courtesy of Bombon Projects. Collection Edgard F. Grima.
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