Renowned for its focus on the organisation of unforgettable events, DROME magazine finally opens its own project space, in the heart of Europe: Brussels!
Independence, a cross-cultural approach and the exploration of new languages will be the main sources of inspiration for the DROME project space, which, as the magazine has been proving since 2004, will represent a crossroads where the most innovative contemporary art voices in the current international scene will meet.

The DROME project space opened on April 20, 2012, on occasion of the 30th edition of Art Brussels Fair, with the site-specific exhibition project “NOT AFRAID OF BEAUTY“, a manifesto-exhibition born from the renewed collaboration with Rome-based The Gallery Apart, with which DROME made a toast to its new born cross-culture project space.

The candid loft in the late 19th century ex perfume factory, which was already the location of the magazine’s editorial office, hosted the artworks by Italian artists Diego Iaia, Luana Perilli and Marco Strappato.


DROME project space | Opening in Brussels
Vernissage (by invitation only) | 20.04.2012 | 6pm – 10pm
from 20 to 22.04.2012
Rue Notre-Dame du Sommeil, 2 | Brussels


To discover the last exhibitions and artistic happenings curated by DROME, please follow the link!