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We're giving a stage to 113 artists from the Subbacultcha community
During Antwerp Art Weekend, Subbacultcha is hosting a unique exhibition, showcasing the works from their community for the first time in real life. You can expect a wide range of art, submitted by members and collaborating artists. Catch an offline glimpse of the emerging artists in the scene.
Every year, the Antwerp Art Weekend shines a bright light on contemporary art in Antwerp, commemorating the city’s active scene and further promoting contemporary art as a valuable and essential part of society. With last year's cancellation of our 2020 edition, we now want to turn that light outwards and have it serve as a beacon for what is possible within the limitations of a world engulfed by a pandemic.
With over 70 locations, both in- and outdoors, all of our participating venues will be eligible for visits and are applying the necessary restrictions to provide you with a covid-proof, art-hopping experience, while also counting on your responsibility as visitors and passersby to uphold the measures in place. And if you’re feeling unwell, please, do not withdraw yourself from the comfort of your home.
The Subbacultcha community exhibition is free and runs from 13 until 16 May (12h – 18h)
at De Studio, Maarschalk Gérardstraat 4, 2000 Antwerpen
The full Antwerp Art Weekend program can be found via antwerpartweekend.be