Since 2015 the In Situ programme at M HKA presents monographic exhibitions by artists from around the world. It focuses on the development of new work and specific presentations in the largest and most atypical exhibition room of the museum. The triangular space dates from the transformation of the building in 1993 and measures 2936 cubic meters. Its window looks out upon the Scheldt River.
This exhibition is the sixteenth in the In Situ programme.
Past In Situ exhibitions featured:
Jumana Manna, Thirty Plumbers in the Belly, 2021
Basim Magdy, Asleep in Another Dimension, 2021
Tramaine de Senna, MASTERBLASTER, 2020
Dimitri Venkov, Gravity Control, 2019
Hedwig Houben, Sweep, Tap, Swooooop, 2019
Lars von Trier, Melancholia: The Diamond, 2019
Haseeb Ahmed, The Wind Egg, 2019
Thea Gvetadze, Becoming Thea Merlani, 2018
Cevdet Erek, AAAAA, 2018
Lifepatch, The Tale of Tiger and Lion, 2017
Peter Wächtler, Romulus, 2017
Michèle Matyn, Breathing holes, 2016
Aslan Gaisumov, People of No Consequence, 2016
Alexandre Estrela, Roda Lume, 2016
Otobong Nkanga, Bruises and Lustre, 2015
Sara Deraedt (°1984) was born in Liedekerke, Belgium, and lives in Brussels. She works as a tutor at Luca School of Arts in Brussels. Recently she realised exhibitions at Etablissement d’en Face in Brussels (Sara Deraedt, 8 February–7 July 2020) and at the Art Institute of Chicago in Chicago (Sara Deraedt – Ruttenberg Contemporary Photography Series III, 24 August 2019–5 January 2020). The exhibition at M HKA is the artist first monographic exhibition in a European institution.