'Holy Field, Holy War' by Lech Kowalski opens EUNIC DocuMondays
Cinema Aventure (Brussels)
26/01/15 - 07/12/15
In 2015, EUNIC Brussels, the network of European national cultural institutes in Brussels, will kick-start a cycle of documentary films entitled DocuMondays. On two Mondays every month, people will have the chance to enjoy the best recent releases in the world of European documentary films. The honour of opening DocuMondays falls to the film 'HOLY FIELD HOLY WAR' by the famous documentary maker Lech KOWALSKI (you can see it on Monday 26th January 2015 in Brussels). After the screening, you
Picture exhibition "Dom / Home"
Musée de la Vie wallonne, Liège
29/11/14 - 31/05/15
Dom / Home is an exhibition of photographs by Andrzej KRAMARZ and Weronika ŁODZIŃSKA, two photographers who have travelled the globe in order to come up with an original panorama of the concept of "home". Strikingly diverse, the snapshots reveal a gallery of portraits of interiors, always minus the inhabitant: traditional cosy houses, the Spartan dwellings of circus artists or lorry drivers, or the cells of excentric monks. These visual reflections on the theme of habitat are, in the final
Exhibition 'ROSINSKI FROM POLAND'
Belgian Comic Strip Center (CBBD)
02/12/14 - 31/05/15
Every Belgian comic lover knows the name Grzegorz ROSIŃSKI. He is the talented graphic artist who is behind the adventures of THORGAL, brought to life by Jean VAN HAMME. The adventures have guaranteed him his own special place in the history of Belgian comic books. However, the public tends to be unaware of the fact that the artist is of Polish origin and plied his trade in his home country. It is in ROSIŃSKI’s Polish period that the exhibition ROSINSKI DE POLOGNE is particularly
Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More, by Konrad Smoleński
Netwerk, Alost (in the framework of the exhibition "Orkest!")
06/12/14 - 06/03/15
An exhibition on sound with a focus on interplay and interaction, that sounds like a stretched ensemble. ORKEST! is a score for ensemble that relies heavily on the architecture of the gallery space and the visitor’s exploring. The visitor feels the dynamics and contrasts as he/she explores the exhibition, making his/her own score. The works are well chosen to fit in the specific rooms as well to interact with the other works in the adjacent spaces so they reinforce each other in the