STEPHAN DE BROYER - SOURCE, PHOTOGRAPHIES 2004-2018

Practical Info

Hours:

From Wednesday to Sunday - 12:00 - 20:00

Rates:

3 €: full price
(Combined Ticket Museum + Galerie : 7,50€)

2,50 €: senior citizens, students, groups, teachers, JAP
(Combined Ticket Museum + Galerie : 6,50€)

2 €: Bota’carte, school groups, job seekers
(Combined Ticket Museum + Galerie : 5,50€)

2 €: Muzex (on purchase of a ticket to the day’s concert + €2 = Muzex combined ticket)


>> Tickets on sale at the Botanique reception, no reservations required except for groups.

 

Free:

• For residents of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode on Sundays on presentation of their identity card.

• For children under 12 accompanied by their parents.

• For kindergartens, primary and secondary schools of Saint-Josse.

• Brussels Card,
• MuseumPASSmusées.

 

Guided tours:

The Botanique offers guided tours:

Group of young people (under 26) : 60 € + admission to the exhibition for each person.
Adult group: 70 € + admission to the exhibition for each person.

Reservation required, call 02/226.12.18

 

Closing the gallery

• December 25, 2019
• January 1rst, 2020

Muzex

Buy your concert ticket + 2 € and access to exhibition in the evening of the concert.

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STEPHAN DE BROYER - SOURCE, PHOTOGRAPHIES 2004-2018

Thursday 28.11.19 - Sunday 05.01.20
Galerie

• • • Vernissage on Wednesday 27th November 2019 / 6pm - 9pm

To immerse himself in the primeval forest in Brazil, with an open and enquiring eye and no other aim: this was the basic premise of Stephan De Broyer’s first photographic expeditions.

It was only after several journeys between the two continents that the photographer spotted a new significance in his images and encounters. Native flora and fauna raised so many questions, reminding him of how much he did not know. These new perspectives sent him in new directions, less dreamlike, exploring the ecological challenges of the exploitation of the fertile land and its many by-products. 

Stephan De Broyer is a graduate of the Agnès Varda School of photography. At 25 he founded View Photography Magazine, an editorial platform embracing both documentary and art photography, conflict and intimacy, remaining its editor and artistic director until 2011.

Stephan De Broyer has taken part in national and international events including: Le Botanique, Charleroi Photography Museum, Les Rencontres d’Arles, Fotofest Houston, Europalia China, and the ICP Infinity Awards (International Center of Photography, NY).

 

► He will be exhibiting his own photographic work for the first time at the A Galerie, Ixelles, from 15 November to 28 December, and will follow this up with a further exhibition at the Galerie du Botanique from 28 November to 5 January. 

 

 
Stephan De Broyer, Source (série), Brasil, circa 2004-2018
© Stephan De Broyer