The 4th Brussels’ solo show by acclaimed photographer Nicolas Karakatsanis. Enraptured by a Met visit, the artist spun his original inspiration into stunning photography & back into abstraction. Don't go looking for a hashtag, you have to show up at Alice Gallery to catch the wonder. More on this soon on KNOTORYUS.com. Until April 29.
A host of organizations, movements and & citizens will join forces on March 24 to protest. The motives are manifold: standing up against hate, aggression, discrimination & inequality fueled by racism in society, remembering victims of hate & terror, protesting the treatment of refugees, police brutality & striving for the decolonization of public spaces to name a few. The manifestation starts at Brussels-North station, at 2 PM.
Brussels quaketh: the queen of bounce is coming for all of our things. If you too have come to slay, book an appointment with Big Freedia coming to Beursschouwburg Brussels mid-May. It’s all about giving & bringing self-confidence and New Orleans’ supreme artist knows you already know what’s good. Tickets available now, besta believe.