Spring has begun!
With brighter and longer days ahead, it’s the perfect time to explore new exhibitions. Once again, we’re delighted to present you the varying programme of art in Antwerp for this month.
The long-awaited reopening of Extra City Kunsthal will take place in the weekend of May 7 - 9. With a brand new visual identity, they will unveil three projects to mark the inauguration of their new location in the deconsecrated Dominican church and chapel. The church offers the space for the large group exhibition ‘Radically Naive / Naively Radical’, curated by their new artistic coordinator Joachim Naudts. In the chapel, guest curator Sorana Munsya invites multidisciplinary artist Michèle Magema for her first Belgian solo exhibition, ‘Watermarks, silent traces’. For the project ‘Periphery’, five artists and one artist duo have created new, semi-permanent work in the peripheral areas of the church and chapel. For more info, please visit extracitykunsthal.org
Please note that due to the current Covid-19 measures, reservation is required to visit galleries, museums and art spaces. You can book your time slot through the website of each gallery, museum or art space.
Don’t forget to save the date for the 7th edition of the Antwerp Art Weekend, happening May 13 - 16, 2021. The full programme launches mid April on antwerpartweekend.be
And, there is more! Find out what’s happening in Antwerp this month: