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#itinerance02 at BOZAR, Brussels

Itinérance #2, focusing on Belgian and French contemporary designers and curated by Jean-François Declercq, opens up on Friday 26 January at Bozar with Spazio Nobile and Kolkhoze.

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Text by Noëlle Gardener

Atelier Jespers is going to open its exhibition Itinérance #2 during ART TRUC TROC 2018 at BOZAR in Brussels. The selection curated by Declercq brings together three generations of Belgian and French artists working in all areas of design.

Within the fourteenth edition of ART TRUC TROC –a 250 m2 space is devoted to objects, lighting, furniture and textiles–, the Itinérance #2 project focuses on the creation of contemporary design, with curatorship by Jean-François Declercq.

Designers on display include Kaspar Hamacher, Nathalie Dewez, Bela Silva, Adrien Rovero from Spazio Nobile, Ben Storms, Alain Berteau, Linda Freya, Maarten de Ceulaer…

Opening on 26/01/18 from 6pm to 3am
During the weekend: 27/01/18 from 2 pm to 9 pm & 28/01/18 from 10 am 8 pm

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Adrien Rovero, Layered Mirror, 2016, an edition of 5+2 Photo by Margaux Nieto / Courtesy of Spazio Nobile
Nathalie Dewez, La Balance,  lighting, chrome edition. Photo by Julien Renault
Nathalie Dewez, La Balance, lighting, chrome edition. Photo by Julien Renault
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Bela Silva, Grande Perruque, 2017 Photo by Balthazar Delepierre /Courtesy of Spazio Nobile
Kaspar Hamacher, Ausgebrannt Inner Center, 2017, fired sculpture, solid oak, photo by Jules Lobgeois / Courtesy of Spazio Nobile Kaspar Hamacher
Kaspar Hamacher, Ausgebrannt Inner Center, 2017, fired sculpture, solid oak, photo by Jules Lobgeois / Courtesy of Spazio Nobile Kaspar Hamacher
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Ben Storms, Invein, marble, steel, leather, mirror made of polished stainless steel
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