We are happy to present you our next events : 



Jamel Barbach (BE, 1989) will unveil Last Resort, a series of artworks produced during a three week residency at Les Brasseurs.

"In my opinion, it is the painting that becomes the subject and paradoxically, the image used is only the support. It is a guideline from which one must move away as soon as one gets too close. It is the work of the series that allows us to move away from it, to question ourselves with, each time, a new look and a different reading." J.B.

This project is part of CONFLUENCES.
Complementary to the monographic exhibitions' cycles, Les Brasseurs present new forms of collaborations, intra or extra muros, enabling the creation of original projects, motivated by driven meetings and exchanges with the artists.

Opening on Saturday October 01st from 6pm.
Exhibitions accessible from October 01st to October 22nd, from Wednesday to Saturday, 2-6pm.



(drone guitar from Canada)
Thisquietarmy - the always evolving sonic project of Eric Quach, revolves around improvised drone with electric guitar. He creates his electronic experiments by mixing textures ranging from psyche, indus, black metal to post-rock and krautrock.
Since 2005, he has performed nearly 600 times in 40 countries around the world and has participated in renowned festivals such as Mutek, FIMAV, Red Bull Music Academy, Biennale Nemo, Le Guess Who, Incubate, Dunk!, Amplifest & Suoni Per Il Popolo.

His discography includes more than 60 titles released on several labels such as Consouling Sounds, Midira, Denovali, Aurora Borealis, Alien8, three:four records, Shelter Press and P572, all published by Rough Trade Publishing.
He also collaborates with artists and bands such as Aidan Baker (Nadja), Michel 'Away' Langevin (Voivod), Syndrome (Amenra), Aidan Girt (Godspeed You! Black Emperor), Noveller (Iggy Pop), André Foisy (Locrian), Scott Cortez (loveliescrushing), Monarch & Year of No Light, as well as projectionist Philippe Leonard (GY!BE, Double Negative Collective) and poet Annie Lafleur (Le Quartanier).

Phil Maggi Encrimsoned Trio (Phil Maggi /Pavel Tchikov / Tom Malmendier)
Phil Maggi (BE, 1980) is a sound and visual architect since 2004. He is the founder of the band Ultraphallus, the electronic avant-pop project Iva Bedlam and also the singer/songwriter of Cities A.D.
Influenced by Sohrawardi, Ibn Arabi and Farid od'din Attar's Sufism, Phil Maggi's soundscapes evoke sacred music, ritual, devotion, which takes a form of convulsive and incantatory improvisation, thus paying a vibrant tribute to The Residents and their « theory of darkness » but also to the Imaginal, the "world of suspended forms", a concept dear to the French thinker and orientalist Henry Corbin, a great source of inspiration for the four compositions of "The Encrimsoned", Phil Maggi's new album which will be released on September 20, 2022 on Sub Rosa Records.
On October 8, he will present this new album as a trio with two members of the Qumrân Grounds improvisation collective: Tom Malmendier on drums and Pavel Tchikov on theremin and modular.

Concerts at 8pm.
Admission : 10€, 7€ (
students and job seekers).



October will host host our first cine-club. Each second Tuesday of the month, we'll have the pleasure to show a movie, documentary, short film or visual UFO selected by the artists with whom we collaborate.

A movie selected by JAMEL BARBACH.

Doors : 7pm
Screening : 7.30pm
Informations to come.