Another week, another ‘end’, where every ‘end’ translates to a beginning.
End of Education founder and chief curator Floris Verbeeck supports the position that there is good reason that the art world has started to look towards Brussels (other than a long history of tax evasion and the wild west situation presented by a city as diverse as New York without a government to lead it in any sort of way).
For the first editions of EOE, Verbeeck visits the ‘end of the year’ exhibitions from as many schools as he feasibly can. This year he selected graduates from Sint-Lukas, Saint-Luc, PARTS, l’Aca, La Cambre and the Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten to participate in a series of exhibitions that will run from July 7th to August 8th.
In cooperation with Recyclart, ‘The End of Education’ is open to the public as part of the Recyclart Holidays program and can be visited Thursday and Friday evenings for the next 4 weeks.
This weeks graduates invited include three young talents; Samuel Carnot from La Cambre Photographie, Kelly De Block from Sint-Lukas Fotografie and dancer Siet Raeymaekers from P.A.R.T.S.
Let’s celebrate the Belgian national holiday all together!
If you can’t make it to Belgium, Brussels or Recyclart, tune in to NNE to find out what these artists are thinking about, and what Verbeeck thinks Brussels can offer the world today.