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  • Joëlle Tuerlinckx

    deSingel

    A robust building designed by the late Leon Stynen, one of Belgium’s few modernist architects, deSingel doesn’t include a proper exhibition space. It was conceived first and foremost as a cultural center with a concert hall and a theater. Its solid program of architectural exhibitions over the last two decades has been forced to occupy the circulation spaces that lead to and around these halls, resulting in a highly diverse range of display strategies developed by the selected architects. Since the appointment of Swiss curator Moritz Küng in 2003, each year a contemporary artist—always with an

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