GLEAN, a word of explanation!
In mid-June, our editorial staff moved into a building next to the Académie des Beaux-Arts in the heart of Brussels.
From September 1, 2023 we will continue to work as GLEAN. This is with a nod to the heart-warming documentary Les glaneurs et la glaneuse (2000) by Brussels-born filmmaker Agnès Varda (1928–2019).
Contents GLEAN No.1
The cover images of the English issues are always provided by an artist of international level.
With interviews from:
Albert Baronian, the founder of the oldest functioning gallery in Belgium which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
Zoë Gray (director of the BOZAR exhibition), Kasia Redzizs (artistic director KANAL) and Helena Kritis (senior curator WIELS) about their future plans.
Edith Dekyndt, whose work was recently exhibited at La Bourse in Paris
Huma Bhabha, following her exhibition at Museum M
Carsten Höller, the German artist who lived in Brussels for years and once took the atomium for 24 hours.
Hamedine Kane, the Brussels-Senegalese artist who conquered the international art world with his School of Mutants. August Orts, the Brussels artist organization that curates CONTOUR, the biennial of moving images in Mechelen, Brussels (Argos) and Antwerp (Extra City)
the artist run spaces of Brussels
tips from the editors for foreign exhibitions that you should not miss
artist contributions by Brahim Tall and Marnie Slater
Studio visits with Melissa Gordon and Lucia Bru
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