Band of outsiders in a renovated warehouse: celebrating 40 years of Albert Baronian

Still haven’t set foot in CAB, that rather impressive exhibition space near Flagey (Brussels)? That renovated warehouse from the 1930s turned into a private contemporary art center? Hurry up then, as it is hosting (through March 15) a nice exhibition celebrating four decades of Baronian, one of the longest running contemporary art galleries in Brussels. Bande à Part (‘band of outsiders’, a reference to a 1964 Jean Luc Godard movie) showcases the work of a dozen Belgian artists (or foreign artists working in Belgium), such as Thomas Bogaert, Fiona Mackay, Robert Devriendt and Helmut Stallaerts. Can’t make it to CAB this week? No worries, next up at CAB is Pionnières (March 28-April 6) bringing together works from renowned women artists (Louise Bourgeois, Marlene Dumas, Tracy Emin, Cindy Sherman) from private collections. Out Of Character (April 23- June 7) looks really promising: a special project with new work created by 8 artists not represented by a gallery, generously financed by 8 Belgian/French collectors. At Baronian, in the meanwhile, you’ll find work by Mekhitar Garabedian (through March 29).

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