Une quarantaine is a newspaper created during the historically unseen corona crisis, a period in which a vibrant, swirling society was forced to drop anchor. Quarantine, forty, doesn't just mean waiting for days mooring ships in Venice at the time of the Black Death, but it is also number of artists from the ample waterways of the arts who still have the opportunity saw to come together physically now, on paper, in this newspaper. In isolation, each participant steered his own course, navigating through the close fairway of this historical and cultural moment, with nothing in sight than an uncertain future.
The visual, textual and conceptual contributions in this newspaper are brought together by Jeroen Los, William Ludwig Lutgens and Kasper De Vos.
Anna Godzina & Yannick Heeren, Anthony Colclough, Benjamin Verdonck, Chantal van Rijt, Charif Benhelima, Che Go Eun, Dennis Tyfus, Dieter Durinck, Elias Ghekiere, Ella Deburca, Els Dietvorst, Evelin Brosi & Elvis Bonier, Femmy Otten, Guy Rombouts, Henk Visch, Jeroen Los, Jura Shust, Karl Philips, Kasper De Vos, Kathe Burkhart, Koen Theys, Leander Schönweger, Liesbeth Henderickx, Maarten Van Roy, Maika Garnica, Micha Wertheim, Michaël Van Remoortere & Lies Van Loock, Michiel Burger, Michiel Vandevelde & Ward Heirwegh, Nicolas Provost, Onejoon Che & Sun A Moon, Filip Vervaet, Pieter De Clercq, Sophie Nys, Sven ‘t Jolle, Tom Lanoye, Vesna Faassen & Lukas Verdijk, Wesley Meuris, Wessel Verrijt, William Ludwig Lutgens, Wouter Poolman & Lukas Verstraete, Zena Van den Block & Idris Sevenans, Helen Anna Flanagan, Jonathan Paepens, Vincent Van Meenen
Thanks to: M HKA, Netwerk Aalst, Museum M, Frans Masereel Centrum, Z33, Stuk, De Singel, De Brakke Grond, Hisk, PLUS-ONE Gallery and JVT