The visual arts sector was hard hit by the crisis generated by COVID-19. Closure of galleries, absence of exhibitions: a group of artists of different generations, all based in Belgium, was formed through a virtual platform, on the initiative of an artist and an independent curator.
Art Cares Covid allows to present their works, to put them on sale, but also to collect donations for the non-profit organization À Travers les Arts!, supports cultural projects for the elderly. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium have decided to offer a showcase for this initiative, which creates a bridge between contemporary creation and the elderly, by inviting the curator, via a "carte blanche", to create an exhibition with these different artists.
Younes Baba-Ali, Léa Belooussovitch, Nicolas Bourthoumieux, Antoine Carbonne, Caspar, Nelleke Cloosterman, Samuel Coisne, Hannah De Corte, Laure Cottin Stefanelli, Céline Cuvelier, Julien Daffe, Delphine Deguislage, Sébastien Delvaux, Julia Eva Perez, Laure Forêt, João Freitas, Olivia Hernaïz, Hervé Ic, Antone Israël, Céleste Joly, Florian Kiniques, Diego Lama, Sophie Langohr, Julie Larrouy , Gaëlle Leenhardt, William Ludwig Lutgens, Maëlle Maisonneuve, Léa Mayer, Michel Mazzoni, Sabrina Montiel-Soto, Sandrine Morgante, Selçuk Mutlu, Elisa Pinto, Arnaud Rochard, Stéphanie Roland, Lucien Roux, Pedro Ruxa, Elina Salminen, Amélie Scotta, Cléo Totti, Catherine Warmoes.