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Sylvie Fleury, Mushroom Autowave Rich-Gold Petzold silber F14, 2008.


It Never Ends – Sylvie Fleury


The Swiss artist, a major figure on the international stage since the 1990s, relentlessly creates hybrids of art, fashion and counterculture in her fascinating, ever-evolving oeuvre. For It Never Ends, she presents a huge mushroom in gold resin, which glows in the industrial space of level 2 of the KANAL Showroom.


Vue de l’exposition Quicksand 2, MAMCO, Genève, 2019 Installation, matériaux divers  Dimensions variables  Courtesy de l’artiste

It Never Ends - John M Armleder & Guests

Press release 18.08.20

From 24 September 2020 to 25 April 2021 Originally scheduled for spring 2020, It Never Ends, carte...

Exhibition view, John Armleder, Quicksand II, MAMCO - Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain - Genève, Suisse, 2019.

Press release

It Never Ends John M Armleder & guests From 2 April to 1 November 2020 With It Never Ends, a...

Public Space

OPENING ​24.09.20 - 25.04.21 Free entrance Thursday > Sunday 11.00 am - 7.00 pm The exhibition is organised around a public space that covers the first two floors of the building and that is accessible for seven days a week with no admission fee. Once inside, the entrance the artist has allowed...


John M Armleder in conversation with Bernard Blistène and Mai-Thu Perret

Tea Time #1


Drinking tea, artists talking to each other, friends talking amongst each other, including the public in the exchanges, creating a contact between art and everyday life. John M Armleder has been conceiving works of art, exhibitions and events as encounters ever since the 1960s. The work of art becomes both the object of an aesthetic experience and the occasion for a meeting and an exchange. Every day therefore, as part of the exhibition It Never Ends, Armleder talks, at tea time and in public, with his guests: artists, curators, friends and acquaintances, etc.


QUARANTEENS @ KANAL: Screen prints on fabric


Did you know KANAL has its own mini print shop? In an era of digital technology and large-scale reproduction, our mini-print shop gives you the opportunity to experiment with different types of printing techniques and materials. 





John M Armleder was still very young (between 12 and 15 years old) when he joined up with a number of friends and, encouraged by their art teacher and rowing instructor, founded the artist collective Ecart. Ecart organised entertaining, creative and artistic sports and leisure activities and later developed into a bookshop, gallery and printing house, which printed collective artworks and publications on paper.



John M Armleder in conversation with Rectangle (Aline Melaet, Pierre-Pol Lecouturier and Xavier Pauwels)

Tea Time #2


Rectangle, an independent art space in Brussels, has been committed since 2012, to researching different ways of showing and experiencing art. One particular example by the collective was the production of a series of exhibitions that gained notoriety via the rental of a billboard in the Saint-Gilles district and by turning this advertising space into the site for the exhibition. In parallel with It Never Ends, Rectangle invited John M Armleder to create an exhibition in a public space. The artist called it "Isocèle".