Secrets, sweet happiness and hope

After the opening of Ensorcelored on Friday, April 19th at 7pm, to which you are cordially invited, Gallery P. is organizing a total of three events to kick off spring definitively.


The Ostend guide Dominique Gondry has been passionately delving into the correspondence and other documents of James Ensor in recent years with one goal: to unravel the unsolved mysteries surrounding the man’s life and work. On Friday, April 26 at 7pm, he will share his latest astounding discoveries in his well-known enthusiastic manner, in the context of the Ensor-themed approach in the Ensorcelored exhibition. This lecture (in Dutch) is free but registration is required at this link, as there are only 30 seats available. Location: Gallery P. Ostend.


On Sunday, April 21 at 2 pm, photographer and bake-off finalist Sylvia Konior will present her freshly-baked book The Baking Manifesto at Traagheid in Tielt during the finissage of her captivating photo exhibition organized by Galerie P. The event is free of charge; those interested in attending the high tea can sign up at or at 0476550 675.
Location: De Traagheid, Krommewalstraat 6 Tielt
Sylvia’s work can also be admired until May 12 in the fifth edition of Unknown Masterpieces at Cultuurcentrum Scharpoord in Knokke-Heist, curated by Stephane Verheye.


On Wednesday 8th May from 5:30pm to 7pm, we invite you to discover the special exhibition Sometimes Lost / Sometimes Hopeful by the acclaimed photographer Karel Mus at De Traagheid in Tielt. Each work is a conversation without rules, without obligations, without limitations. At first glance, there is often little to see. But it also triggers a lot of emotions.
You can register for this vernissage here; those who wish to dine at De Traagheid afterwards can do so by reservation at or directly on Resengo.
Location: De Traagheid, Krommewalstraat 6 Tielt

The InfluENSORed exhibitions are part of Ensor 2024, the versatile city festival with numerous exhibitions and remarkable events in honor of the 75th anniversary of the death of artist James Ensor.

Gallery P. is part of, a dynamic non-profit organization that puts Ostend on the map as a gallery city, together with Oever, AHWNN, CAS, Noir de Noir, and Studio 221.