In cooperation with the art gallery De Mijlpaal
Contemporary Art in Herkenrode Refuge
Maastrichterstraat 100, Hasselt, Belgium
2 July - 3 September 2017
The Abbey of Herkenrode, just outside the city walls, was an unseen center of power for centuries. The Cistercians had an unprecedented spiritual and worldly power from 1317, because of the pilgrimage of the Bleeding Host.
The respectful refuge house within the city walls was a shelter for isolation and reflection.
The exhibition CELIBATAIR DIVAS focusses on the unusual life of these emancipated women through an extraordinary selection of international and contemporary artworks.
Step into a unique historical location, which is exceptionally accessible and discover a fascinating scenography. With A LONG WALKING, a social artistic project by Timo van Luijk, the population of Hasselt actively participates in this exhibition.
Miles Aldridge (GB), Nick Ervinck, Eduardo Chillida (ES), Koen Vanmechelen, Erwin Olaf (NL), Rob Sweere (NL), Cindy Wright, Jan Fabre, Marie Cecile Thijs (NL), Hans Op de Beeck, Trees De Mits, Jim Dine (VS), Michel Seuphor, Stijn Cole, Nan Goldin (VS), Octave Landuyt, Vanessa Beecroft (IT), Renato Nicolodi, Louise Mertens,
Hadassah Emmerich (NL), Camiel Van Breedam, Warner Berckmans, Ulrike Bolenz (DE), Bart Lens, Peter De Cupere, Janaina Tschäpe (DE), Philippe Vandenberg, Monique Thomaes, Leroy Brothers, Maria Roosen (NL), Karin Borghouts, Ick Reuvis, Nick Knight (GB), Sara Bomans, Stefan Peters, Thalen&Thalen (NL), Steven Peters Caraballo,
Maryam Najd (IR), Patrick Ceyssens en Kristof Vrancken, Rudi Knoops, Peter Deleu, Mieke Teirlinck, Jorge Manilla (MX), Lore Langendries, Philippe van Gelooven, Johan Bruninx, Jonas Vansteenkiste, Wendy Morris (NA), Mariken Dumon, Frederik De Wilde, Mireille Robbe, Marrie Bot (NL), Filip Vervaet, Loreta Visic (HR), Linde Hermans, Fred Eerdekens