Atelier 34zero Muzeum is an independent art centre, created in 2014. Born from the ashes of the Atelier 340 Muzeum, its main mission is the study and promotion of sculpture and three-dimensional art in Belgium and abroad.
Atelier 34zero Muzeum organises 3 to 4 exhibitions a year in its own spaces as well as several events extra muros. Three types of exhibitions are organised: thematic, confrontational or comparative, and personal (retrospectives). These are accompanied by quality publications; quadrilingual and richly illustrated catalogues, and postcards.
Poland, between past and future
By photographer Peter De Bruyne and VRT-journalist Marc Peirs
The journalist Marc Peirs has a particular relationship to Poland mainly because of his Polish wife. Together with the photographer Peter De Bruyne he depicts contemporary Poland. This special country seems to be wedged between the past and the future while evolving at lightning speed.
Free entrance to the exhibition and the conference, followed by a polish drink
Conference held in Dutch
In collaboration with the Mayor and Aldermen of the College of Jette, at the initiative of the Deputy Mayor for Flemish Culture Brigitte Gooris.
6/12/2014 - 25/01/2015
VERNISSAGE 5 /12 - 19h
From the 6th of December 2014, Atelier 34zero Muzeum shows the exhibition Wisła Stories, a bi-disciplinary project of Peter the Bruyne (BE), photographer living in Bruges and Marc Peirs(BE), journalist of the VRT and Poland expert. Together they followed the course of the river Wisła crossing all of Poland. The goal of this journey was to grasp the breathtaking changes that Poland is undergoing. The result of the research can be seen in this exhibition where the characteristicaly blurry pictures of Peter de Bruyne are in dialogue with the texts of Marc Peirs. The result offers a personal vision that tries to let the public discover or rediscover this country and the changes it is debating.