UPDATE: Unfortunately, Z33’s opening has been postponed in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Nelly Ben Hayoun is being exhibited at Z33 in Belgium as part of a major relaunch and new programme of exhibitions.

Please join us for the opening weekend on the 14 and 15th March. Nelly will be showing new and existing work with a stellar line up of other artists. 

The exhibition will run 14th of March till 10th of May. 

Z33 opens to the general public on 14 March. A new exhibition building that is being used for the first time therefore provides a unique moment. It is the first time that we have entered the building with you as an audience and filled it with stories.

OPENING WEEKEND 14 & 15 MARCH 2020 We will start the opening weekend in a festive way with a program of exhibitions, performances, tours, family activities … and a big party! Z33 will be free to visit that weekend, between 10 AM and 6 PM.

EXHIBITIONS There are no memories of a new building yet. You see it – for the first and last time – untainted and pure. Only when people start using it will they discover what the building wants, allows or prevents.

The Time of Work invites a group of artists to be the first to do so. With works by Lotte Van den Audenaeren, Benjamin Verdonck, Noé Soulier, Les Gens d’Uterpan, Lodie Kardouss, Radouan Mriziga, Francesca Torzo, Christoph De Boeck, Anton Parys and William Forsythe.    How can we grasp time, stop, bend over and explore it? In The Work of Time the artists and projects focus on other time dimensions: the mythical, spiritual and non-human time. With works by Judith Seng, Nelly Ben Hayoun, Teis De Greve, Commonplace Studio, Maarten Vanden Eynde, Alexis Destoop, Ecole Mondiale, Helga Schmid, Danilo Correale, Andy Weir. In Currents # 7: Birds of a Feather, the works of seven recently graduated artists come together: Israel Aten, Myrthe Baptist, Justine Court, Jonathan De Maeyer, Jonas Dehnen, Leroy Meyer and Naama Roth.

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Z33 is a house for contemporary art. Since 2002, Z33 has been creating projects and exhibitions that encourage visitors to look at everyday things in a new way.

Find out more here!