Drawing in the New Machine Age

The New Machine Age promises to surpass the limits of human knowledge, ability and desire. Drawing by hand seems obsolete. At the same time, it remains an essential tool for artists and scientists. In the context of Amelie Bouvier’s exhibition “The Sun Conspiracy” the artist will discuss the significance of drawing in artistic and scientific practice with brain scientist and well-known manga artist Minye Zhan (Jane Mere).

Moderated by Beatrice de Gelder.

February 3rd

15:00 – 17:00

Harlan Levey Projects

46 Rue Jean d’Ardennestraat

Amélie Bouvier, 67P, Indian ink on canvas, 200x155cm (78.7x61in), 2017

Amélie Bouvier, 67P, indian ink on canvas, 200x155cm (78.7x61in), 2017

In discussion with Marcin Dudek and Dr John Rijsman

To celebrate the release of Issue 11 of The Third Rail, Harlan Levey Projects will be hosting a discussion between Marcin Dudek and Dr. John Rijsman on hooliganism, group dynamics and crowd control. This will be the first chance to get the new issue and participate in this conversation between artist and scientist with overlapping research areas.

The discussion will be held at 15:00h on October 21st 2017 in Harlan Levey Projects, 46 Rue Jean d’Ardenne, 1050 Brussels.

Zach Bruder is part of

Zach Bruder, En Route, Acrylic and Flashe on canvas, 16×12 inches, 2017

Dogs is curated by Oliver Clegg and Austin Lee and runs from 23 May until 5 June 2017.

Location: Raymond Duck, 173 Green Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Artists: Austin Lee, Caroline Walker, Daniel Heidkamp, Dustin Metz, Eduard Alfonso, Hayley Josephs, Hein Koh, Henry Hudson, Jayson Musson, Jeanette Hayes, Jen Packer, Julienne Cheyenne, Kirsten Deirup, Laurence Owen, Marc Dalessio, Maria Keyn, Mark Gibson, Melissa Brown, Nikki Maloof, Olaf Breunning, Oliver Clegg, Rachel Rossin, Sanam Khatibi, Sanya Kantarovsky, Sophie Larrimore, Walter Robinson, Zach Bruder

Art Brussels Gallery Night 2017

Friday April 21st, 18:00 – 21:00

On Art Brussels Gallery Night, we’re thrilled to open a solo exhibition from Petr Davydtchenko who presents his video installation “Voznesenie (Ascension),” first shown at the Moscow Biennale (for young art). It is a six channel work with images displayed horizontally, vertically and diagonally, giving an omnipresent aura to the man surfacing from the thick residual mud of the underground. In addition to this installation, Davydtchenko will also present a series of new paintings that shed more subtle light on the depicted ascension.

Petr Davydtchenko, Ascension

Petr Davydtchenko, Ascension