KIOSK presents contemporary visual art. It produces three exhibitions per year. There are also smaller presentations, performances and a digital offer.

The exhibition space is at the Bijloke site, in the building that formerly housed the Inpatient and Outpatient Institute. It was designed by the architect Louis Cloquet in 1905, a prominent Belgian representative of the neo-Gothic style. The exhibition rooms were originally used as an anatomical lecture theatre.

KIOSK has developed a unique programme centred around the artist and featuring works by upcoming talent as well as established artists. The focus is on new productions, possibly supplemented by older works. KIOSK puts a spotlight on experimentation as well as cultural and artistic diversity. It has its finger on the pulse of  trends in the art world and society as a whole. The website constitutes a platform for online art projects.

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