Mon Colonel & Spit, the epic Belgian duo, composed in the order of Eric Bassleer and Thomas Stiernon, is back at the Alice Gallery for a major exhibition, both retrospective and new. In the first part, the two artists present 10 years of drawings, done in watercolor, 10 years of thoughts and quotes, that fix on paper different emotions and moments of their lives, it is both a diary and a painting of the society. Going through them in detail is a pleasure for many hours, and the Alice Gallery and HeadBangers Publishing had the good idea to compile them together in a book called Soufflettes. At the opening Mon Colonel & Spit were eager to dedicate their book by drawing your portrait. You can see also many portraits in the second part of the exhibition, made in pastel on paper and often accompanied by a few words. But we do not forget the ceramic masks, vases and other composition of characters that show the enormous work done by the duo, ideas and techniques are pretty crazy and there are so many sculptures that we do not know where to look. You can some pictures below but it remains visible until mid-July in Brussels.