• Jef Claes_SaraGi
    Sara Giannini talks about the work of Ode de Kort

    De Experten #7

    "Her remarkable “world creation” enables Ode to move naturally across different media such as photography, performance, video and writing."

  • A rolling stone gathers no moss

    Kasper De Vos presents his first Dutch solo exhibition

    As of Monday 9th of April de Brakke Grond showcases the first Dutch solo exhibition, created by the Flemish artist Kasper De Vos. Kasper’s work is an extension of a tradition in sculpture in which he challenges the figurative modus operandi.

  • The final edition

    Something Raw

    Something Raw – one of the most promising and telling titles for a festival. “Something”: hard to define, defying genres, in-between.

  • Karen Verschooren curator STUK Leuven
    Curator of the exhibition 'On Alchemy and Magic'

    Interview with Karen Verschooren

    “In an ostensibly rational society in which everything is supposed to be quantifiable and evaluable, there no longer seems to be any room for magic or the magical. However, if you use your eyes you will notice that magic is omnipresent."

  • Interview with Tom Callemin

    "I like to throw my models off balance," says Callemin, "and search for something that otherwise wouldn't come to the fore. A modelling session should be an intense experience demanding the utmost concentration from model and photographer alike." This results in captivating portraits, which can be seen from 10 February onwards at de Brakke Grond. 

  • Dries Depoorter and surveillance-turned-art

    Who doesn't want to play traffic cop?

    Dries Depoorter created his artwork Jaywalking with the help op de Brakke Grond and presented it for the first time on IDFA Doclab 2015 in de Brakke Grond. Now you can see his work in a retrospective show in Z33, Hasselt.