One question that comes often in your emails is “if you only have to chose 5 exhibitions to see this month in Brussels or in London, which one would it be?”. I have tendency to forget that not everyone has the time or the opportunity to see plenty of exhibitions every week. That is why I always tried to give you as much options as possible, but it’s true that sometimes you just want to know what is completely worthy of your time and go straight to the point.
The thing is, art like everything else is subjective and what I will like is not especially what you would go for, even though I believe that it’s always good to be confront to artworks you are not especially fond of, for the experience that can be surprising sometimes.
So here are five exhibitions to go see in Brussels this month, as usual feel free to add your own recommendations in the comment section.
Susan Hiller “Aspects of the Self 1972-1985” at MOTinternational
Chris Dorland “Happiness Machines ” at Super Dakota Gallery
Tamuna Sirbiladze “Two Projects” at Almine Rech Gallery
Boris Tellegen aka Delta At Alice Gallery
Group Show “Chapter II” at Chabah Yelmani Gallery
If five options is not enough for you, don’t miss Edith Dekynd‘s exhibition “Ombre Indigene” at Wiels, Adel Abdessemed, Miroslaw Balka, and Latifa Echakhch at the brand new Dvir Gallery, and of course Daniel Buren “A Fresco” opening on February 19 at Bozar.
Cover Picture : Susan Hiller, Courtesy of MOTinternational.