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Opening Tuesday September 5th, from 6 – 9 pm, with a performance by James Capper at 7 pm Katinka Bock, Simon Callery, Nina Canell, James Capper, Jordi Colomer, Jose Davila, Thea Djordjadze , Gabriel Kuri, Mountaincutters, Driss Ouadahi, Oscar Tuazon, Lena Verijke, Philippe Van Wolputte, Christoph Weber The upcoming exhibition at CAB departs from the…(Read More)

The CAB is pleased to announce its 2016 – 2017 programme, with a permanent feature in the shape of a 6x6m House, created by Jean Prouvé (1901-1984). The 6x6m demountable houses produced in 1944 are based on the portal frame principle, which Prouvé started to develop around 1939. This new building method involved raising a…(Read More)

Alejandro Campins, Roberto Diago, Diana Fonseca, Carlos Garaicoa, Diango Harnàndez, Inti Hernandez, Reynier Leyva Novo, Yornel Martinez, Ana Mendieta, Wifredo Prieto, José Yaque. Alejandro Campins – Nap, 2016 – Oil on canvas, 180 x 240 cm Carlos Garaicoa – Calle Calzada entre Paseo y Calle 2 2012, Havana – Pigment print on gelatin coated bone,…(Read More)

Ilit Azoulay, Matthew Brandt, Maxim Dondyuk, Alixandra Fazzina, Ori Gersht, John Gossage, Pieter Hugo, Gideon Mendel, Sophie Ristelhueber, Brent Stirton, Yang Yongliang and the winner of the prize, Valérie Belin The CAB is pleased and honoured to welcome, for the second year in a row, the Prix Pictet Prize for Photography and Sustainability. Work…(Read More)

Sunah Choi, Michele di Menna, Gelitin, Beatrice Gibson, Runo Lagomarsino, Christoph Meier, Mathias Prenen, Przemek Pyszczek, Kato Six. Curated by Angelique Campens. The exhibition explores the glorification of communal movements in art and architecture during the fifties and sixties. These movements emerged from a time torn between the promising ideas of modernity and the intense…(Read More)

Marissa Lee Benedict & David Rueter, Zachary Cahill, Theaster Gates, Michelle Grabner, Tony Lewis, Matthew Metzger, Geof Oppenheimer, Dan Peterman, William Pope.L Curated by Dieter Roelstraete and Abigail Winograd in collaboration with Eléonore de Sadeleer This exhibition explores notions of labor and effort through the work of nine Chicago-based artists. Chicago can…(Read More)

The CAB is pleased and honoured to welcome the Prix Pictet, prize for Photography and Sustainability For the exhibition at the CAB, eleven outstanding international photographers show projects on the theme of ‘consumption’ contributing to the debate about the most pressing social and environmental challenges today. Including work by Adam Bartos (United States), Motoyuki Daifu…(Read More)

The CAB is delighted to present a new project by Los Angeles based artist Richard Jackson, a pre-eminent figure in American contemporary art since the 1970’s. Influenced by both Abstract Expressionism and action painting, Jackson explores a performative painting process which seeks to expand the potential of painting by upending its technical conventions…(Read More)

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