With 1.8 million inhabitants, Brussels is the largest city in Belgium. No wonder it's bustling with cultural activities. In Brussels there are more than 100 museums and galleries. There are many theaters and even more clubs and bars where various performances and concerts can be seen. There are dozens of cinemas and movie houses for film lovers. On NiftyPicnic you will find an up-to-date overview of the many cultural activites in Brussels.
Stunning ensemble of games of the goose from the collection of a passionate private collector, exhibited for the first time in Belgium.
Conceived in partnership with the American agency Magnum, this exhibition presents a retrospective of the work of the American Jewish photographer Leonard Freed (1929 - 2006).
Photographer Zizi Lazer (Livry-Gargan, 1991) presents her project Futur proche at CENTRALE.lab mostly inspired by her visit to Calais' informal Jungle. Zizi Lazer associates plastic sensitivity to social commitment.
Through various narrative and symbolic tools, Vincent Glowinski invites us to think, from birth to death, from beginning to end, from the countryside to the city, from past times to present times, from the artist to the public.
Who are the bears? When did they appear? Do they only eat honey? Are they very clumsy? Where and how do they live? Are they endangered? Is the Yeti a bear? Get to know the necessities in Teddy & Bear!
Having undergone a full makeover in 2016, the BELvue Museum is showcasing a themed exhibition on Belgium and its history. This contemporary, interactive exhibit hands visitors the keys needed for gaining a better understanding of Belgium and its society.
The experience.brussels exhibition can be found in the heart of Brussels, on Place Royale and is the perfect place to discover or rediscover Brussels.
Textiles and adornment of the Andes
On the basis of paintings, watercolours and drawings, S.M.A.K. is presenting the first posthumous survey of Raoul De Keyser’s oeuvre. De Keyser is viewed as the discrete master among the Belgian painters of the last fifty years. His artistic practice emerged from the Nieuwe Visie, a local variant of international Pop Art that was also influenced by literature.
The experience.brussels exhibition is celebrating its tenth birthday. To celebrate this important birthday, the exhibition’s team has planned an exceptional event! From 6 December 2018 to 5 May 2019, express your love of Brussels! Take a photo of yourself at your favourite Brussels spot, come to the Time Capsule and record your message for Brussels in ten years’ time!