PRESS | Jeroen Jongeleen

See you there’s selection of ten exhibitions to see during BGW

“Harlan Levey Projects exhibition of the intriguing artistic universe of Jeroen Jongeleen extends over two gallery spaces: the old townhouse in Ixelles, where it all started, and also in its gigantic new premises in a former industrial building in Molenbeek, which increasingly attracts both artists and gallerists alike with its low rents and defunct factories. “Running in Circles III / Movement and Politics In The Streets Of My City” shows the work of a politically and socially engaged artist that employs his creations, mainly performances, to question the value and transformative potential of artistic production in society as well as the way corporate influence, advertising, architecture and public policy limit and direct people’s behavior. His performances, some of which consist of running in circles for no less than 700 km, are ephemeral, minimalist interventions and actions reminding of conceptual land art greats such as Richard Long. Not to be missed.”


Read the article, “Brussels Gallery Weekend 2021: 10 shows you shouldn’t miss”, here

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