The exhibition as part of the Textile Festival, as for every 2-year edition, explores the various expressions of textiles in contemporary arts. For this edition, in collaboration with the non-profit organisation Living Lace, the choice was made to take ‘lace’ as the focus.
The scope of the exhibition The Hidden Side of Lace will be very broad and will include both works of art composed of lace matter, but also chooses visual artists who, through sculptures, installations, paintings, drawings, videos … show an affinity with lace in a narrow or broad sense. This time, the exhibition will be presented in an art trail with surprising (historical) locations in Ronse.
Besides works by participating artists, art objects from the collections of the S.M.A.K. (Ghent), M HKA (Antwerp) and Mu.ZEE (Ostend) will also be shown. Within the trail, there will also be an area where textile works by students from some Flemish art academies, including KAVA of course, and from lace associations will be shown.
With: Annie Verhoeven, Sandra Moreaux, Maarten Vanden Eynde, Armel Barraud, Tim Baute, Veronique Cardinael, Laurence Christiaens, Isabelle Copet, Helene De Ridder, Genevieve Kesteloot, Zjeeke Polleunis, Saskja Snauwaert, Steve Spilstyns, Laura Splan, Tatiana Wolska, Coralie Domiter, Iris Frère, Juliana Swinnen, Lieve Smets, Gladys Sauvage, Tamara Van San, Wim Delvoye, Joris Ghekiere, Oksana Pasaiko, Geysell Capetillo, James Lee Byars, Dirk Braeckman, Guy Mees, René Heyvaert, Liliane Vertessen, Carlo Mistiaen, Manoeuvre, Manoeuvre & Saamo Ronse, Collectief OD3, 3 Tisseuses de Liens, Inge Dezutter, Gerda Schout, Katrien Perquy, Liliane Van Asselberghs, Laurette Cuyvers, Katrien Vandepitte.
Opening 24.09.22 at 10am
Exhibition Friday to Saturday, 10am > 6pm
until Sunday 6.11.22
CC De Ververij
9600 Ronse (BE)
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