The S.M.A.K Museum (Ghent, Belgium) is one jewel of the international art scene that has one of the most important collections of Western Europe Art, with works by Joseph Beuys, David Hammons, Juan Muñoz, Panamarenko, Marcel Broodthaers and Luc Tuymans among others.
Pop Art, Minimal Art, Conceptual Art and Arte Povera are the main movements represented in the institution.
The Museum's goal is to create a dynamic interaction between the permanent collection and the temporary exhibitions. This dialogue allows visitors to enjoy the exhibition freely and spontaneously.
Now the S.M.A.K. (Ghent, Belgium) is presenting the first Belgian retrospective by the filmmaker and artist Johan Grimonprez. In the course of several sections, Grimonprez brings his works face to face with contemporary and historical counterparts. His constantly expanding 'vlogging installation' runs through the exhibition like a referential thread and, as a sort of artistic sketchbook, it offers an insight into the way Grimonprez broaches new topics and develops visual associations.
Date: until January 29.
Location: S.M.A.K. Museum. Citadelpark. 9000 Ghent. Belgium
Opening hours: from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm.
More information: www.smak.be
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