"Harlan Levey and his partner Winnie Kwok, who have consistently been building up Harlan Levey Projects on the ground floor of a typical Ixelles townhouse and making a name for themselves with an intelligent, international, and often politically charged program, are starting a new chapter. This week, with several months of delay due to the pandemic, they’re opening up a large-scale second space situated in a former warehouse in Molenbeek, a neighborhood that has been dubbed “the Brussels’s art scene’s new frontier”. It’s named 1080, after the post code of the area. The inaugural show features “Slash and Burn II” by Polish artist Marcin Dudek, the second part of a diptych exploring the underground hooligan culture he got to experience first-hand during his youth in Poland. On Thursday and Friday, you’re also invited to discover the studio of gallery artist Emmanuel Van der Auwera, which is located in the same building. We say congrats!"
Thank you to See You There for featuring the opening of our new space in Brussels Harlan Levey Projects 1080.