Plagiarama is looking towards north, south, east, west. Plagiarama thinks that going one mile east is the same as going one mile west.

Plagiarama is an Artist-run space: a Brussels contemporary art space whose specific project is to be run by artists, focusing on issues about curatorial practices-showing and creating relationships among art works, and concentrating on the prospects for creation, experimentation, participation and production of specific artworks.
Directed by the artist Yuna Mathieu-Chovet, Plagiarama was founded in 2012 and is incorporated as a non-profit association in 2014. Plagiarama’s aim is to encourage, develop and deepen new prospects and issues of contemporary art creation.

Plagiarama is to be a center of diffusion, presentation, and will support emerging or established artists, whatever their exploration field is. Plagiarama is at the same time a diffusion platform, an exhibition space, a place for meetings and exchanges. Its mission is to promote interactions and dialogues at an International level. You will discover exhibitions in all artistic areas: sculpture, painting, drawing, installation, performance, photography… Plagiarama offers perspectives around 360 degrees.

Plagiarama is supported by Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles and COCOF.

Plagiarama is part of RAB/BKO (Réseau des Arts à Bruxelles/Brussels Kunstenoverleg).