Created in 2016 at the initiative of Le Hangar by Delphine Dumont, PhotoBrussels Festival is a month long celebration of the art of contemporary photography, from amateurs to professionals. It is the unmissable event for photography in Brussels.
PhotoBrussels Festival is the unmissable event for photography in Brussels. Not limited to a single venue, the festival allows visitors to discover different facets of the Belgian capital while exploring photography.
The 8th edition of the PhotoBrussels festival will take place from January 25 to February 25, 2024.
Some highlights include:
Brussels African Art Center, Derrick Ofosu Boateng (shown above) an artist on the rise. His photographs, taken and edited with an iPhone, offer a stylized look at vibrant Ghana. A perspective that Boateng developed thanks to the love he has for his hometown, Accra. These works are sometimes surreal and sometimes dreamlike. Project in collaboration with the Inside_out gallery, Central Station – 1000 Brussels
La box gallery box & L’Enfant Sauvage are partnering for an exhibition by Michael Ackerman, the first in Belgium. Both places offer large extracts from SMOKE, which was the subject of his most recent book published by Editions de L’Axolotl, as well as a selection of his most iconic images. Chaussée de Vleurgat 102 – 1050 Brussels
La Nombreuse, ‘I am so happy to see you’ Alain Jeuland: “Happiness has deeply permeated our culture and imagination, to the point of occupying a central place in our existence. Type “happiness” into a search engine, and you will get hundreds of thousands of occurrences. […]. It must be admitted that the notion of happiness plays a role
now a fundamental role in understanding that we make of ourselves and of the world.”
Rue du Fort 42 – 1060 Brussels