Agenda

  • Tot 01 Sep

    • Kunst

    Van Gogh and the Sunflowers

    Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam. The exhibition allows you to discover how important the sunflower was to Van Gogh and will give answers to pressing questions such as how we can best preserve this painting so that it can be enjoyed by generations to come?

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  • Tot 01 Sep

    • Kunst

    Medieval Gardens. Earthly paradises in East and West

    National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden. 'Medieval Gardens' will feature stories about plants, herbs, and floral splendour in the Middle Ages, from Europe to the Middle East. Subjects will include ornamental and vegetable gardens, gardening in the Middle Ages, pleasure gardens, and the concept of the garden as a ‘paradise’.

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  • 13 Sep

    • Kunst

    Room of Wonder II: Wouters & Hendrix

    DIVA, Antwerp. Jewellery designers Katrin Wouters and Karen Hendrix take are selected as guest curators for the second part of a series of Room of Wonder exhibitions at the Antwerp diamond museum. They present items of jewellery from their own body of work alongside gems from DIVA’s collection, contemporary art and curiosities.

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  • Tot 30 Sep

    • Kunst

    Daniel Arsham: Connecting Time

    Moco Museum, Amsterdam. A retrospective show with works from the entire career of New York artist Daniel Arsham.

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  • 02 Oct

    • Kunst

    Brancusi

    BOZAR, Brussels. The first solo exhibition in Brussels with the work of Constantin Brancusi, one of the most influential sculptors of the 20th century. The exhibition is part of arts festival Europalia Romania.

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  • 05 Oct

    • Kunst

    Jan Bruegel The Elder's Drawings

    Snijders & Rockoxhuis, Antwerpen. Exhibition with about 50 drawings and some paintings by Jan Bruegel the Elder who successfully built on the legacy of his father Pieter Bruegel.

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  • Tot 06 Oct

    • Kunst

    Incarnations - African Art as Philosophy

    BOZAR, Brussel. A fascinating initiative that reflects the diversity of the African artistic heritage, from an Afrocentric point of view and including the itineraries of slaves, colonialism and independence movements.

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  • Tot 06 Oct

    • Kunst

    Photobook Belge

    Fotomuseum, Antwerpen. Photobooks have been one of the most effective means of expression for photographers since photography began. The exhibition provides an overview of the evolution of the Belgian photobook from the mid-19th century to today.

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  • Tot 06 Oct

    • Kunst

    Flamboyant: Art de vivre in the thirties

    Villa Empain, Brussels. Welcome to the home of a fictional collector. The villa, built in 1934, isentirely furnished in the Art Deco style and adorned with a multitude of paintings, sculptures and furniture from the 20s and 30s.

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  • Tot 01 Sep

    • Kunst

    Medieval Gardens. Earthly paradises in East and West

    National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden. 'Medieval Gardens' will feature stories about plants, herbs, and floral splendour in the Middle Ages, from Europe to the Middle East. Subjects will include ornamental and vegetable gardens, gardening in the Middle Ages, pleasure gardens, and the concept of the garden as a ‘paradise’.

    Go to website

  • Tot 01 Sep

    • Kunst

    Van Gogh and the Sunflowers

    Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam. The exhibition allows you to discover how important the sunflower was to Van Gogh and will give answers to pressing questions such as how we can best preserve this painting so that it can be enjoyed by generations to come?

    Go to website

  • 13 Sep

    • Kunst

    Room of Wonder II: Wouters & Hendrix

    DIVA, Antwerp. Jewellery designers Katrin Wouters and Karen Hendrix take are selected as guest curators for the second part of a series of Room of Wonder exhibitions at the Antwerp diamond museum. They present items of jewellery from their own body of work alongside gems from DIVA’s collection, contemporary art and curiosities.

    Go to website

  • Tot 30 Sep

    • Kunst

    Daniel Arsham: Connecting Time

    Moco Museum, Amsterdam. A retrospective show with works from the entire career of New York artist Daniel Arsham.

    Go to website

  • 02 Oct

    • Kunst

    Brancusi

    BOZAR, Brussels. The first solo exhibition in Brussels with the work of Constantin Brancusi, one of the most influential sculptors of the 20th century. The exhibition is part of arts festival Europalia Romania.

    Go to website

  • 05 Oct

    • Kunst

    Jan Bruegel The Elder's Drawings

    Snijders & Rockoxhuis, Antwerpen. Exhibition with about 50 drawings and some paintings by Jan Bruegel the Elder who successfully built on the legacy of his father Pieter Bruegel.

    Go to website

  • Tot 06 Oct

    • Kunst

    Incarnations - African Art as Philosophy

    BOZAR, Brussel. A fascinating initiative that reflects the diversity of the African artistic heritage, from an Afrocentric point of view and including the itineraries of slaves, colonialism and independence movements.

    Go to website

  • Tot 06 Oct

    • Kunst

    Photobook Belge

    Fotomuseum, Antwerpen. Photobooks have been one of the most effective means of expression for photographers since photography began. The exhibition provides an overview of the evolution of the Belgian photobook from the mid-19th century to today.

    Go to website

  • Tot 06 Oct

    • Kunst

    Flamboyant: Art de vivre in the thirties

    Villa Empain, Brussels. Welcome to the home of a fictional collector. The villa, built in 1934, isentirely furnished in the Art Deco style and adorned with a multitude of paintings, sculptures and furniture from the 20s and 30s.

    Go to website

  • Tot 03 Nov

    • Kunst

    LACE IS MORE! Five centuries of cultural history undressed

    Water Castle, Moorsel. The exhibition is an experience that takes the visitor through five centuries of lace and art history, with incredible masterpieces from past and present.

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  • 06 Dec

    • Kunst

    Keith Haring

    BOZAR Brussel. Large-scale retrospective in collaboration with Tate Liverpool and Museum Folkwang (Essen) about one of the most iconic artists from the 20th century.

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  • Tot 05 Jan

    • Kunst

    Olafur Eliasson - In Real Life

    Tate Modern, London. In Eliasson’s captivating installations you become aware of your senses, people around you and the world beyond.

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