Harlan Levey Projects (HLP) was co-founded by Wing Lam 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 second 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 4 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.



Harlan Levey Projects 1050 (IXELLES)

46 Rue Jean d'Ardennestraat, 1050 Brussels, Belgium

Open by appointment.


65 Rue Isidoor Teirlinckstraat, 1080 Brussels, Belgium

Wednesday - Saturday, 12:00 - 18:00 and by appointment.

Parking info (3-minute walk)





Belgium +32 485 699 146 / +32 476 234 757