Jubilee produces the work of artists Justin Bennett, Eleni Kamma, Vincent Meessen, Jasper Rigole, and Vermeir & Heiremans, as well as collective research with invited artists and other guests


News & upcoming




Blues Klair

Solo exhibition by Vincent Meessen at Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Concordia University, Montreal

17/11/2018 - 02/02/2019


A Modest Proposal (in a Black Box)

Solo exhibition by Vermeir & Heiremans at Pump House Gallery, London

03/10 - 16/12/2018
Preview: 2 October, 18:30-20:30h




An evening devoted to art and politics, in play and in earnest

Round table with Vincent Meessen in the context of the exhibition The Most Dangerous Game: The Situationist International en route to May ’68 at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

09/11/2018, 18h





Performance by Eleni Kamma with Shila Anaraki at Playground Festival, Leuven

17/11/2018 - 02/02/2019, 16-16:30h




CAVEAT!!! An artistic research on the ecology of artistic practice

CAVEAT!!! is a collective research project that focuses on the legal and social-economic frameworks in which art workers operate, and the precarious conditions this generates. The project aims to redefine the contract as a tool for actively reconfiguring relations in the field, and as an instrument toward self-emancipation.

If you want to stay informed on the CAVEAT!!! programme, please fill out the form through the link above.





The Flemish Community has acquired Vincent Meessen's audiovisual installation One.Two.Three. The work, featuring a contemporary interpretation of a May 68 chant written by the Congolese Situationist Joseph Mbelolo ya Mpiku, was created for the Belgian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale (2015).

One.Two.Three will be hosted by Mu.ZEE, museum for modern and contemporary art in Ostend. Since 2014, the museum has a programme with specific interest in the relationship between occidental modern art and art from the Congo, former Belgian colony, in the context of which Mu.ZEE shows at the moment the exhibition A conversation between collections from Kinshasa and Ostend.




Vincent Meessen talks with SON[I]A about journeys, uprisings, and metaphors, about work cooperatives, music groups and constructed scenarios, about the politics of making versus the politics of showing, and about how to revivify lost or dying colonial memories in the present.

SON[I]A is the longest standing emission of the radio programme at MACBA Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona