Ongoing and upcoming group exhibitions

Take Your Books, Rally in the Streets——Art of Citation and Reference
The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
(JP, 14 March-26 May 2024, curated by Chinatsu Makiguchi)

PUH-POH-WEE, is now installed. This work was made possible at the invitation of Zin in Noord, an affiliate of Befimmo and the Flemish authorities. It is presented on the ground and first floors of the new Marie-Elisabeth Belpaire building in Brussels, and can be visited during office hours.

My 2009 work Legend is exhibited on the occasion of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
Justus Lipsius Building, Brussels, main seat of the Council of the European Union)
(BE, 23 January-30 June 2024, curated by Ilse Dauwe)

History Tales, Fact and Fiction in History Pictures
The Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
(AT, 27 September 2023-26 May 2024, curated by Sabine Folie)

Communicating Vessels. Collection 1881-2021
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid
(ES, opened on 26 November 2021 and exhibited for an unlimited period of time)


My work has been recently acquired by the National Bank of Belgium, Kanal Foundation in Brussels, Frac Grand Large in Dunkirk, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in Madrid, S.M.A.K in Ghent and Museum M in Leuven (thanks to the Flemish Community Acquisition Committee)

From the archive

Thanks too meemoo Rosas, Mozartmaterial, a commissioned videotape I made with Jurgen Persijn in 1992 was digitized and restored, and is now distributed by Avila.

Recent publication

On the occasion of my 2021-2022 solo exhibition at MUAC in Mexico City, a publication was made.
You can download your free copy here.

Zyklus von Kleinigkeiten digitized

Ana Torfs’ only feature film Zyklus von Kleinigkeiten (Cycle of Trifles, 1998) has been digitized by the Royal Belgian Filmarchive (Brussels) and Eye, the Dutch Film Archive (Amsterdam). This was celebrated with presentations in 2020 in deSingel (Antwerp) and Bozar (Brussels), in collaboration with Ictus Ensemble.

Web project Approximations/Contradictions reprogrammed in HTML5

Dia Art Foundation in New York has reprogrammed Ana Torfs’ only web project Approximations/Contradictions (2004) in HTML5 as Flash is no longer supported by most browsers. The size of the work has been adapted to contemporary screens. For an introduction to this work, based on the “Hollywood Songbook” by Hanns Eisler and Bertolt Brecht, look here.