1. Installations: Christian Boltanski
Sculptor and photographer Christian Boltanski is recognised today as one of France’s foremost visual artists. His work examines the boundary between absence and presence and arouses emotion. It explores the themes of memory, the unconscious, childhood and death. Using various materials, including old photographs, found objects and lights.
From 15/03/2015 to 16/08/2015 @Musée des Arts Contemporains de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles
2. The Clouds exhibition: Jean Arp to René Magritte
The Croÿ-Roeulx Foundation presents a major artistic event, an exhibition on the most human of celestial bodies as seen by modern and contemporary artists, a kind of "cloud horticulture". Some thirty artists from Jean Arp to René Magritte...photographs, paintings, videos, sculptures and installations, will feature in this discovery walk at Château du Roeulx, which will be open especially for this event.
From 21/05/2015 to 18/10/2015 @Château du Roeulx.
3. The Chinese avant-garde, a magnificent series
Some twenty artists will be on display in the former slaughterhouse. This exhibition features no ink or brushes, but plenty of monumental sculptural works that highlight the new relationship between Chinese artists and the three-dimensionality of sculpture and its materials.
From 04/07/2015 to 04/10/2015 @Les anciens abattoirs. Mons.
4. "Inverted Worlds" a contemporary art exhibition devoted to popular culture.
Throughout history, artists have been inspired by popular culture around them. Objects, crafts, models of social organization, behavioral practices... A significant collection of contemporary art via various ways and popular cultures. International approached Artist : Marina Abramović, Ghada Amer, Marcel Berlanger, Davide Bertocchi, Paulo Climachauska, Jeremy Deller, Wim Delvoye, Gabriele Di Matteo, Paul, Chris Ofili...
From 26/09/2015 to 31/01/2016 @B.P.S.22 Espace de création contemporaine. Charleroi.
5. Atopolis: An exhibition presented by Wiels
WIELS will present a group of works by artists interested in the phenomena of circulation, diaspora and cultural dislocation, and opposed to the homogenisation of globalization. As Mons and the Borinage were once an epicentre of work-related migration – a cultural and social carrier of Modernity – the exhibition explores the plural identities shaped since the early days of industrialisation in the 19th century, transcending national, geographical and identity borders, while following the routes towards a 'better life'. With artists including: Saâdane Afif, Nevin Aladag, Francis Alÿs, El Anatsui, Danai Anesiadou, Yto Barrada, Huma Bhabha, Vincen Beeckman, etc.
From 13/06/2015 to 18/10/2015 @Manège de Sury.
Lien du site Mons 2015