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Exhibition walk 'Doppelgänger'

From 8 to 26 September 2021, the Doppelgänger exhibition walk will take place at the Dansaert quarter (an organization by the City of Brussels, OPENART.TODAY and KANAL-Centre Pompidou).

The exhibition has been developed as a route along eight shop windows and three outdoor locations, from the Bourse to Atelier KANAL of KANAL-Centre Pompidou. It commemorates the intertwining of the cultural and economic sectors and shows how artists adopt and bend these rules.

Artists

The Doppelgänger exhibition walk brings together a dozen emerging artists, who reflect the dynamism and diversity of the art scene in Brussels:

  • Marc Buchy
  • Cathy Coez
  • Marcin Dudek
  • Arnaud Eubelen
  • Pauline François
  • Valérian Goalec
  • Benoit Jacquemin
  • Mikail Koçak
  • Marine Kaiser
  • Tanguy Poujol
  • Anna Safiatou Touré
  • Justyna Wierzchowiecka

Curators: Pauline Salinas and Hervé Charles

Shop windows

  • 82 boulevard Anspach - 1000 Brussels
  • 10 rue Antoine Dansaert - 1000 Brussels
  • 121 rue Antoine Dansaert - 1000 Brussels
  • 1 rue de la Serrure - 1000 Brussels
  • 118 rue Antoine Dansaert - 1000 Brussels
  • 120 rue Antoine Dansaert - 1000 Brussels
  • 10 Quai à la Houille - 1000 Brussels
  • 12 Square Sainctelette (Atelier KANAL) - 1000 Brussels

The route ends at Atelier KANAL of KANAL-Centre Pompidou, which hosts emerging artists for the first time.

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Marcin Dudek