Beauty is in ‘the eye of the beholder’

ARTIST : BENNY VAN DEN MEULENGRACHT-VRANCX

ARTIST : ALESSANDRA RUYTEN

  

DESIGN BRAND : FLORENTINA LEITNER

Beauty doesn’t exist on its own but is created by observers. YOU are the observer and we want you to decide on our vision about fashion & beauty, women empowerment.
PERSONALITY, EMPOWERMENT, FASHION and BEAUTY are keywords!

The exhibition starts 26 August and will be ongoing until 26 September.

Entrance fee: € 8,-
Order your tickets here.

 

Punk vs Couture

 

An exclusive and unique exhibition in which Punk and Haute Couture are fluid/… Inspired by the MET Gala exhibition ‘Punk : Chaos to couture’  in New York we will expose 20 Haute Couture dresses mixed with Punk hairstyles made by Beauty Director Laura Noben. Tom Eerebout – Lady Gaga’s stylist – will oversee the overall styling in consultation with Laura Noben.

The exhibition starts April 23rd and will be ongoing for one month. The exhibition will be open upon appointment only to keep an exclusive and intimate one-on-one experience with our guests and respecting the Covid19 regulation.

Entrance fee: € 15,-

To reserve your ticket and make an appointment, please click here.

Glorie.Today in collaboration with 9 of Flanders’ best ballet dancers

Photography Zeger Carré
Creative Director & Make-up Laura Noben
Styling Mitch Macken

In collaboration with 9 of Flanders’ best ballet dancers Glorie.Today invites you to a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

9 dancers of Ballet Vlaanderen perform for 90minutes while guests get masks & experience a mysterious theater play in a quite rural environment.

A number of 60 people are welcome, by invite only.

Dress code: Marlène Dietrich & Josef Von Sternberg
Entrance fee: €60 with a glass of champagne and 2 glasses of wine included.

Artworks of painter Claudio Cangialosi & photos of Zeger Carré Will are shown during the event.

Expo Bob Mertens ‘Recup Art’ : March 22th 2019

A few years before his retirement, Bob Mertens went to ‘ Art Academy ‘ because his creative genes were seriously itchy. Today he is working with recuperation materials that he finds at flea markets, in circular shops and in people’s homes that keep ‘big chaste’.


The art stories of Bob Mertens are very diverse but show a recognizable thread. They are absolutely not devoid of humor; in almost every work he processes a ‘twist’ with a veterinarian wink. Raining Man, for example, consists of plastic dolls.

“I combine the various pieces until they create their own story, Something that I have based on or exceptional sketches, I opt for recycled material as raw material because more than enough rubbish is produced in the world Why not reuse existing materials? “

“I really do not have any commercial intentions with my artworks, I only make them for my own pleasure.”