As part of Brussel Helpt, two Flemish community centres are hosting photo exhibitions related to homelessness. One is the result of inspiring meetings with four regular visitors to DoucheFLUX. The other questions the layout of Brussels’ public space, which is not welcoming for all.
Claude, Frank, Rabah & Sébastien
In February and March 2019, photographer Julie de Bellaing captured some of the daily life of Claude, Frank, Rabah & Sébastien, regular visitors to DoucheFLUX. The photos on display are the fruits of these four inspiring encounters. Four totally different individuals, with unique stories and paths, and who society labels ‘(ex-) homeless’.
GC Op-Weule, Rue Saint-Lambert/Sint-Lambertusstraat 91 in 1200 Brussels
From 4 to 30 November 2019
Monday from 11.00 to 15.00 and Tuesday to Friday from 11.00 to 23.00
GC De Maalbeek, Rue du Cornet/Hoornstraat 97 in 1040 Brussels
Design For Everyone. Un état des lieux
This exhibition, supported by ArtiCulE ASBL, focuses on the design and use of Brussels’ urban space. The photos force the viewer to stop, take a another look at the public spaces we pass through every day, and realise… that our use of space is not welcoming for all.
GC Ten Noey, Rue de la Commune/Gemeentestraat 29 in 1210 Brussles
From 18 to 6 December 2019
Monday to Thursday from 9.00 to 20.00 and Friday from 9.00 to 18.00