Your visit

ISELP, Waterloo boulevard 31, 1000 Brussels

Metro: lines 2 and 6 (Louise or Porte de Namur stop) 
Tram: 8, 92, 93, 97 (Louise stop) 
Bus: 33 (Louise stop), 34, 54, 64, 71, 80 (Porte de Namur stop) 
(Google map)


Exhibitions

Tuesday to Saturday, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Closed on public holidays
Free entrance

Events

See the schedules and prices in the events pages


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    Press

    To receive the visuals of the exhibitions, or for an interview request please contact Sophia Wanet, communications and press relations officer.
    | +32 (0)2 504 80 78

    Become a member

    Support ISELP and get free access to our activities! Your support is essential. By becoming a member of ISELP, you participate in the influence of the Institute, you support young creation, research and openness to debate.

    • Free access to exhibitions, courses, conferences, round tables and events organized at ISELP
    • Free access to the documentation center
    • Open bar invitation to the openings
    • 20% discount on ISELP publications
    • Access to an exclusive program of trips and excursions around contemporary art

      Je souhaite devenir membre de l'ISELP




      In addition to the benefits of a subscriber member :

      • All the benefits of membership
      • Free admission for one additional person each time you visit ISELP
      • A complimentary drink before or after each class or conference you attend
      • A copy of every new ISELP publication
      • 5% discount on your first trip
      • A personal pass for the Brussels Art Film Festival
      • Your name in our magazine and/or website (if you wish)
      • 25% discount on space rental

        Je souhaite devenir ami·e de l'ISELP




        The place & its history

        ISELP is a platform that encourages interaction between artists, researchers and audiences. The Institute generates sensitive and conceptual experiences through art, in order to question societal issues and generate knowledge and social ties.

        Discover the history of ISELP

        Space rental

        ISELP offers you the possibility to use its spaces for your events.

        Located in the former stables of the Egmont Palace, in the heart of Brussels and close to the Egmont Park, this listed building benefits from an exceptional environment and an ideal location for the organization of your events. For more information, to visit our spaces or to receive an offer adapted to your event, please contact :

        Daphné Defosse : | +32 (0)2 502 38 53

        Team & partners

        MANAGEMENT

        Direction

        Adrien Grimmeau :

        Administrative and financial management

        Daphné Defosse : +32 (0)2 502 38 53

        Executive Secretary

        Silvana Cicilloni :  +32 (0)2 504 80 71

        PROGRAMMING

        Exhibitions

        Catherine Henkinet :  +32 (0)2 504 80 75

        Search

        Mélanie Rainville :  +32 (0)2 504 80 73

        Speaker’s Centre

        Laurent Courtens : +32 (0)2 504 80 76

        Group and school groups

        Géraldine Marchal : +32 (0)2 504 80 77

        Marjorie Bonnet : +32 (0)2 504 80 77

        Documentation center

        Michèle Stanescu :  +32 (0)2 504 80 72

        Communication

        Communication and press relations officer

        Sophia Wanet :  +32 (0)2 504 80 78

        Digital communication

        Solange De mesmaeker :

        Graphic designer

        Antoine Debeauvais :  +32 (0)2 504 80 79

        Technical

        Fabrizio Romanelli :
        Sami Boulares :

        Administration

        Joël Castaigne :  +32 (0)2 504 80 70

        With the support of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, the French Community Commission, the Brussels-Capital Region and the National Lottery.

         

        ISELP is chaired by Michel Van der Stichele under the honorary presidency of Gita Brys-Schatan.

        Directors: Albert Goffart, Catherine Grosjean, Philippe le Hodey, Nicole d’Huart,Laurence Jenard, Martine La Haye, Johan Muyle, Michel Van Roye.