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Searching for Balance by Hanneke Beaumont

Searching for Balance by Hanneke Beaumont

From 11/09/2014 To 25/10/2014

<p> In a fast-paced world filled with too many obligations and temptations, in a universe that empasizes materialism and instant gratification, many of us strive in our own way to recover a foundational sense of equilibrium, and through it a form of rest and contentment. Among others, these questions are echoed by Hanneke Beaumont&rsquo;s new exhibition, titled &quot;Searching for Balance&quot;, and introducing a dozen new works aong which some never previously exhibited.</p>

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Sean Henry "Sleepers"

Sean Henry "Sleepers"

From 05/06/2014 To 12/07/2014

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Armen Agop - TOUCH

Armen Agop - TOUCH

From 03/04/2014 To 17/05/2014

<p> In his second Brussels solo exhibition, Egyptian artist Armen Agop invites the viewers to do what is usually forbidden: Touch the sculptures. This new exhibition is about freedom. The freedom to touch the sculptures and, through this contact, the sculptures are given the freedom to move.</p>

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The Salon

The Salon

From 16/01/2014 To 27/03/2014

<p> LKFF invites you to rediscover and enjoy the atmosphere of an artistic salon &ndash; as one could have enjoyed at the &ldquo;Belle Epoque&rdquo; or even in the 18th century - where conversation, delicacy, art and luxury are king. Art lovers can sit together and enjoy a drink while comfortably seated in a fabulous design environment (in collaboration with Ampersand House) in which are installed artworks of the finest quality.</p>

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Lucien Murat - Tidy Chaos

Lucien Murat - Tidy Chaos

From 05/02/2015 To 28/02/2014

<p style="text-align: justify;"> Lucien Murat is fascinated by the concept of the end of the world, its representation and its impact on the &ldquo;collective unconscious&rdquo;. His canvases are patchwork of carefully chosen old- fashioned classic decorative tapestries, sewn together. Under his paintbrushes, they are transformed into immense colorful tapestries, questioning the fantasized grandiose of chaos, constantly flirting between absurd and grotesque.</p>

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Velasco Vitali - ARIA

Velasco Vitali - ARIA

From 14/11/2013 To 11/01/2014

<p style="text-align: justify;"> The Balloon, the most simple flying machine ever invented by Man, is the starting point of &quot;Aria&quot;, the new solo exhibition of Velasco Vitali. Well sewn fabric, a basket, hot air and ballasts to drop on your way suffice to create a flight, an adventure.&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"> The Aria sculptures of Velasco Vitali are an interpretation by the artist of the Montgolfier&#39;s balloon. Aria suggests an &laquo;aerostatic&raquo; voyage, a story, an invitation. Do they symbolise a departure, or an arrival? Their slow take-off from the ground towards an unknown freedom always implies a narrative, a story to tell. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;"> Following the impressive &laquo;Sbarco&raquo; (read &laquo;Disembarqment&raquo;) of dogs, Velasco Vitali&rsquo;s last solo show in Brussels (March 2011), the Italian artist is back in Brussels for a now solo show, presenting us a totally new body of work titled &laquo;Aria&raquo;.</p>

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