ISELP – Strange Paradise 29.09 – 02.12.2023

29.09.2023 – 02.12.2023

“Strange Paradise”

Exposition monographique

31 bd de Waterloo, 1000 Brussels

More about the expo:

Maen Florin in ISELP, Brussels – Ceramics Now

L’étrange paradis de Maen Florin, inspiré de Gauguin – Guy Duplat in La Libre Belgique (translation in English)

Maen Florin in ISELP, Brussel – Christine Vuegen in Glean Art Magazine (translation in English)

Strange Paradise : les espèces hybrides de Maen Florin pour le monde d’après – Xavier Ess – RTBF


‘Commedia’ – Cour de l’Hôtel de Châteaubriant, Nantes

Cour de l’Hôtel de Châteaubriant

These ceramic heads are not portraits, but archetypes. 
Melancholy lurks behind their firm eyes or their gaze on infinity; they are the ambivalence of our position in the world: monstrous and beautiful, strong and fragile.


Le voyage à Nantes

Until 03.09.

With work by:
Olaf Breuning, Johan Creten, Maen Florin, Thomas Houseago, Sanam Khatibi, Amédée Ménard, Hans Op de Beeck, Olivier Texier, Barthélémy Toguo, Marion Verboom, Xu Zhen 

Kunstruimte DISKUS – Strange Company

8.07 – 3.09 2023

Kunstruimte DISKUS
“Strange Company”
Diepestraat 46
With work by: Marcel Berlanger, Michael Dans, Jan De Nys, Maen Florin
Open: Saturday & Sunday, 14-18h,
other days on appointment
+33 475 853452,


Cultuurhuis Merelbeke ‘Out of Paradise’ Merelbeke, 1.10.22 – 27.11.22

Out of Paradise

Maen Florin
Scenography David Peleman
Cultuurhuis Merelbeke
1.10.22 – 27.11.22

Opening: sunday october 2nd, 11 am – opening talk by Johan September

More info at



Cultural House Merelbeke, BE
Driekoningenplein 15
9820 Merelbeke



October 1rst 2022 to  November 27th, 2022
Monday van 09:00 to 12:00
Wednessday : 14:00 to 17:00


Organisation and contact:

Cultuurhuis Merelbeke
09 210 35 80

4th Triennial of Contemporary Art , ‘(dis) CONNECTED’, Duffel

14.09.2022 – 20.11.2022

4th Triennial of Contemporary Art
University Psychiatric Center, Duffel

Stationstraat 22 c
2570 Duffel

According to the British-Polish sociologist Zygmunt Bauman, we live in ‘liquid times’. The old solid structures and institutional frameworks, which formed the foundation of society, are falling apart today and must make way for processes that are constantly in motion. The pace at which society changes and innovates today is so fast that no fixed patterns can emerge.
One consequence is that society is becoming an unpredictable complex system, in which there is little dependence and connection between individuals. Despite the high degree of autonomy to determine the meaning and goals of life, there is great uncertainty and fear of what the future holds. This can be characterized as indeterminacy, loneliness and uprooting.
The exhibition ‘VERBINDING (verbroken) / (dis)CONNECTED’ aims to explore this social theme in all its consequences, both critical and hopeful.

With work by: Marina Abramović & Ulay, Ben Benaouisse, Wim Cuyvers, Gao Brothers, Anouk De Clercq, Olivier De Vos, Sarah De Vos, Ilke De Vries, Anno Dijkstra, Joëlle Dubois, Maen Florin, Jean-Luc Godard, Marc Maet, Neo Matloga, Kris Martin, Bruce Nauman, Zhigang Tang, Ingel Vaikla, Philippe Vandenberg, Guido van der Werve, Luc Van Eycken, Leon Vranken, Andy Warhol, Artur Żmijewski, …

Curators : Hans martens, Luc Pelgrims, Christian Verschelden


Par enchantement – Biennale Miroirs IV, Enghien 03.09-18.03.2022

03.09 – 18.09.2022
Artists: Elodie Antoine (BE), Juliette Bibasse et Joanie Lemercier (FR), Justine Bougerol ( FR ), Marc Buchy (FR), Philippe De Gobert (BE), Denicolai & Provoost (It / FL), Maen Florin (BE), Stephan Goldrajch (BE), Patrick Neu (FR),  Hans Op de Beeck (BE), Şengül Özdemir (BE)
Luca Vanello (IT/DE), Raphaël Zarka (FR) 
Curator: Myriam Louyest and Christophe Veys
 Avenue Elisabeth, 7850 Enghien

Biennal Aardenburg – Art Festival Over borders – KFA22

Biennal Aardenburg

Art Festival / Over Borders


With the theme ‘Over Borders’, KFA22 explores the geographical, social and art-historical dimensions of the concept of borders. The art circuit brings visitors to various indoor and outdoor locations in Aardenburg and the border village of Middelburg.

With works by Philip Aguirre y Otegui, Folkert Dejong, Koen van den Broek, Maen Florin, Gommaar Gilliams, Navid Nuur, Nadia Naveau, Maria Roosens, Nick Ervinck, Xavier Noiret Thomé, , Schellekens & Peleman, Boram Soh, Boutsen Dries, dave Meijer,Domenico Mangano & Marieke van rooy, Elise Eeraerts, Hsu Che-Yu, Tamara dees, Nelleke Cloosterman, Manjot Kaur, Maartje Korstanje, Jorie Kerottier, Johan Tahon, Hadassa Ngamba

Curator Benedict Vandaele