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De Brakke Grond presents the most exciting new developments from Flanders in the areas of theatre, performance, dance, music, visual arts, photography, film and documentary. We particularly value innovation, cross-disciplinary inspiration and artistic daring.

In addition to a place where artists from Flanders can present their work, De Brakke Grond is also a venue for international exchanges and meetings. You will find the hot issues in the Low Countries on the agenda in De Brakke Grond. De Brakke Grond stimulates dialogue between genres, specialist areas of expertise and communities. 

Yearly an average of 5 shows are on view in the exhibition spaces of De Brakke Grond. 

De Brakke Grond
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5 videos

  • Jim Campers. Forward Escape Into the Past

    From 15 September to 13 October 2018, the Brakke Grond presents artist Jim Campers’ (Antwerp, 1990) first solo exhibition in Amsterdam. Countercultures from the 60s and 70s form important themes in his work, alongside isolation from society and returning to nature.

  • A rolling stone gathers no moss – Kasper De Vos

    In his first Dutch solo exhibition A rolling stone gathers no moss, Kasper De Vos (1988) presents an exceptionally developed sculptural oeuvre in the Flemish cultural house De Brakke Grond. Used, leftover materials lose their traditional function and a new colourful reality unfolds.

  • Light Displacement

    Artist Meggy Rustamova talks about themes in her work and her brand new installation Light Deportations, part of her solo exhibition Light Displacement at De Brakke Grond.

  • Jan Rosseel on his studio practice and Back-up in Museum Dr. Guislain

    How is our collective memory formed? What role do media, our psyche and politics play in forming it? These questions are central to the research by ‘visual storyteller’ Jan Rosseel.

  • Jan Rosseel on his exhibition Back-up

    In Back-up, photographer and ‘visual storyteller’ Jan Rosseel presents his fascination for our memory with a series of new works. On the basis of iconic images such as '9/11' or ‘napalm girl’ Kim Phuc, Jan Rosseel investigates the logic of visual media and the reliability of our memories.

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