Curated Highlights: Guillaume Désanges' Selection from Art Brussels Week

Art Brussels
May 28, 2021 11:16AM

Guillaume Désanges is curator and art critic, founder of Work Method, a Paris-based agency for curatorial projects. Member of the editorial board of Trouble Magazine, he has collaborated also with the magazines Exit Express and Exit Book (Madrid). He coordinated the artistic projects of Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers between 2001 and 2007. He developed several performed conference projects (The Dark Side of the Form, A History of Performance in 20 minutes, Signs and Wonders,Vox Artisti his master’s voices) and also organizes international exhibitions, projects and readings in France and internationally. He was guest curator at Le Plateau FRAC Ile-de-France between 2009 and 2011 where he curated the program “Concrete Erudition”.

Since 2013, he is running the curatorial program of La Verrière, Fondation d’entreprise Hermès in Brussels. Guillaume Désanges has organized several exhibitions in France and internationally.

http://www.guillaumedesanges.com

Guillaume Désanges

My job is to share a love of art with as many people as possible, without choosing between intelligence and sensuality in art.

–– Guillaume Désanges

Below, discover Guillaume Désanges' selection of highlights from Art Brussels WEEK.

Claudio Parmiggiani
Senza titolo, 2019
Meessen De Clercq
I don't believe in a single, linear narrative and I think the role of the curator is to constantly decode and re-encode the accepted scripts of art history.

–– Guillaume Désanges

Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen
Hybrid Rituals# 1: 23,5, 2020
Andersen's
Emmanuel Van der Auwera
Memento 17 (Red IV, Study for Nuit Américaine), 2018
Harlan Levey Projects
Benoît Maire
Peinture de nuages, 2020
Meessen De Clercq
Ignasi Aballí
Translations of a Japanese dictionary of colour combinations (Part II), 2018
Meessen De Clercq
Pélagie Gbaguidi
Naked Writing, 2016
Zeno X Gallery
ORLAN
Corps-sculpture sans visage en mouvement dansant avec son ombre n°6, 1967
Galerie Ceysson & Bénétière
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