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).
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.
Textiles and adornment of the Andes
To celebrate the twin anniversary of the 30 years of the Centre de la Gravure and the 150 years of La Louvière, the exhibition Chroniques (Chronicles) takes us along the meanders of the past and the present to tell the story of three artists
After Jules Schmalzigaug, Ferdinand Schirren, Marc Mendelson, Lismonde and Walter Leblanc, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium honour one of the major figures of post-war art in Belgium with this retrospective dedicated to Maurice Wyckaert (1923-1996).
After the First World War both Belgium and the rest of the world saw fundamental changes. Society had to come to terms with damage and grief, but at the same time experienced a great revival.
The relationship between photographic and moving images is the core theme of Look at Me.
Become a time-traveller in our Family Discovery Spaces and visit the past!
Poetas sin alfabeto (‘Poets without an alphabet’) is the remarkable result of a collaboration between two very different artists.