Harlan Levey Projects (HLP) was co-founded by Winnie Kwok and Harlan Levey in Brussels, Belgium in 2013. Initially a project space for social dialogue and cross-disciplinary conversation, HLP turned its core focus to collaboration and support of ambitious and innovative artistic practice. The gallery works closely with a small group of artists, tending for narrative-driven, conceptual and often research-based work, which explores various social, scientific and technological phenomena. In 2021, the gallery opened a new location (HLP 1080) with over 250 sq m of exhibition space as well as artist studios and storage facilities. This new space hosts a maximum of 5 exhibitions a year, taking a slow approach and offering more time for reflection. In addition to its exhibitions at both of its Brussels' venues, HLP is committed to knowledge creation and transfer, producing a public program, which includes educational activities, such as residencies, lectures and workshops.
HLP artists are represented in the collections of: MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art, New York, US, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, US; The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, US; The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, US; The Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, US; The Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR; KröllerMüller Museum, Otterlo, NL; Kunsthaus Zürich, Zurich, CH; S.M.A.K. - The Museum of Contemporary Art, Ghent, BE; M HKA - The Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp, BE; Kanal – Centre Pompidou, Brussels, BE; Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels, BE, The Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, IL; and many other regional and university museums as well as library and corporate collections.
HARLAN LEVEY PROJECTS 1080 (MOLENBEEK)
Wednesday - Saturday, 12:00 - 18:00 and by appointment.
Parking info (3-minute walk)
Belgium +32 485 699 146 / +32 476 234 757