La Loge is a space where ideas, discussion and presentation coexist.
It invites contemporary artists to develop projects engaged with questions of space, habitat and use. Alongside its exhibition programme, it brings together a variety of contemporary practices through series of discursive events that explore specific issues in the visual arts, architecture and design through a technical, theoretical and/ or subjective approach.
La Loge is located in a former Masonic temple built in 1934-1935 by Modernist architects Fernand Bodson and Louis Van Hooveld.
La Loge is a privately initiated non-profit association.
Opening hours during exhibition times:
12:00 to 19:00