From September 14 to November 23, 2003, Coup de cœur I—A Sentimental Choice, a group exhibition curated by Hilde Teerlinck.

A group exhibition with Corinne Marchetti, Akané Asaoka, Gaëlle Chotard, Martin Eder, Andro Wekua, Sven T'Jolle, Romain Demongeot, Katia Bourdarel, Premier Mais, Timur Celikdag, Irene Düring, Alexandra Meurant, Cécile Desmeules, Clem Chivas, Pia Rönicke, Marianne Maric, Jesper Just, Fanni Niemi-Junkola, Aurora Reinhard, Andrea Lange, Unn Fahlström, Tone Myskja, Marti Anson, Francisco Queirós, Mabel Palacin, Fiorenza Menini, Marianne Daquet, Bertrand Planes, Régis Baudy, Christophe Prost, François-Xavier Courrèges, Arturas Raila, Sonia Poirot, Arnaud Tanguy, Zilla Leutenegger, Margot Zanni, L.A. Raeven, Patty Chang, Alain Declercq, Harmony Korine.

Coup de cœur I—A Sentimental Choice showed the work of 41 young artists. To underline the European nature of the project, we called upon the talents of three curators and critics: David G. Torres from Barcelona, Charlotte Brandt from Copenhagen and Camilla Egg from Oslo. They accepted our invitation to choose, within very tight time constraints, a group of young artists. The underlying idea behind this was to create an exhibition with a fresh, audacious feel, without the constraints induced by the fear of risk-taking or making mistakes. The result was a panoramic perspective on a generation, an aclectic look into the current art scene.

Coup de cœur I—A Sentimental Choice is organised with the support of Pro Helvetia—Swiss Arts Council and Mondriaan Fund.