Cunst-link

Cunst-link is an exhibition space in the heart of St Gilles, an invitation from the Commons to the public. Through our window is a proverbial mirror, sometimes an actual mirror, and a glimpse into the artistic process.

Cunst-link a multidisciplinary platform for artists to meet the Commons and work in the spirit of exchange.

Discover more about Cunst-link.

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Current

Marine Kaiser | Don’t Worry about the Government

11 January – 11 February

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Past

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19 December 2018

artist in residency : Stef Meul

Artist in residency : Stine Sampers

5 – 15 November 2018

Floida Skraqi | I Cheated On You

12 October – 1 November 2018

Alix Nicolas | Le Songe d’Octavien

5 September – 3 October 2018

Audrey Apers & Tim Scheffer | Day Dream Space

27 – 29 July 2018

Carole Lallemand | Translatability

3 – 14 June 2018

Hugo Mega | Epiphytin

28 June – 2 July 2018

Thomas Dupal | S.O.S. (Song of Selfie)

20 – 24 May 2018

Naïmé Perrette | The Weight of the Ground

19 April – 20 May 2018

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Opening Hours: every Sunday 14:00 – 18:00 and on appointment cunst.link@artistcommons.net

Visit us at 154 Rue Théodore Verhaegen, Saint Gilles, 1060

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With the kind support of :

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Contact

General information & membership enquires
info@artistcommons.net
Cunst-link
cunst.link@artistcommons.net

Phone:
+32 488 367 723

Donations:

Discuss ongoing development prospects set up by members with them before, after or while you make your donation to:

BE56 5230 8064 7188
with the label “donation – YOUR NAME”.

About

The a – C began in February 2016, representing a new initiative in creating a structure, commonification strategy and economy that mutually benefits the commons and the artists involved.