Biennale of women in art – Edition zero

about the biennale

The Biennale of Women In Art is an NGO-run art event that aims to showcase the work of women artists, highlight their contributions to the history of art, and provide a space for dialogue and debate in order to demonstrate and gain recognition for their contributions to the art world today. The objective of the Biennale of Women in Art is to continue and amplify the movement, already initiated by various actors around the world, that contributes to establishing greater gender parity in art. 

The zero edition of the Biennale (prototype edition) will take place in Brussels in the Vanderborght space, from the 18th of March, 2024 to the 31st of March, 2024, and will focus on Belgian artists (or artists living in Belgium). We will showcase 25 contemporary women artists which you can already discover here. The Biennale will also host conferences, debates and worksohps. Please have a look at the agenda for more information.

The selection of the artists has been made by a double committee early 2023: the scientific committee and the citizens committee.


The Biennale of Women in Art will take place on the 18 of March, 2024 until the 31st of March, 2024 in the Vanderborght space, from 14:00 until 22:00 (Rue de l’Ecuyer, 50, 1000 Brussels, Belgium). 

Because we believe culture should have no barrier, the entrance to the Biennale (besides the opening preview and closing) is free. Every donation is welcome and will help sustain our NGO and activities for women artists. Opening event and closing event are the only two moments with entrance fees. Ticketing is done through the button below.



The Biennale of Women In Art (Zero Edition) is proudly supported by a precious ambassador of our cause. We are happy to present to you Deborah de Robertis (performer).

Deborah De Robertis is a performance artist and photographer from Luxembourg. She studied at the School of Graphic Research in Belgium. She is known for her bold and radical performances which open debate on power relations and patriarchy.

Deborah De Robertis