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Les expositions à ne pas manquer cette saison

Updated: Jan 4, 2022


Events from agenda.brussels



Extended until January 2022


From the seventh of October, two thousand and twenty-one to the sixth of February, two thousand and twenty-two, immerse yourself totally in forgetting space-time


Contemporary sculptress Rachel Labastie takes a critical stance towards the way modern society alienates our bodies and minds, both physically and mentally. She is a master of paradoxes, forever playing with the ambivalent meaning of the shapes. The material takes center stage in her work; loaded with personal and collective memories, it brings out her art in all its sensuality.


One can only be blown away by the powerful poetic dimension that emanates from Fabrice Samyn’s art. His work manages to put reality into perspective whilst shaking up our bearings. He invites the viewers to question his relationship with time, with the sacred, and with the spoken, and to embark on a sensory experience that is both intimate and spiritual.


Aimé Mpane, one of the most important artists of African origin to this day, is as multidisciplinary in his practice as he is firmly focused on the future. His work combines the roughness of the so-called Primitive Arts – he handles wood (among other materials) with a small hatchet in a traditional way –deconstructing the past, to better reassemble its pieces in line with contemporary reality.


Banksy: Genius or Vandal is an immersive exhibition in Brussels. Jump into the world of the celebrated master of the streets, discover a multisensory virtual reality experience with more than 80 artworks and view street art like never before.


FCKNYE Brussels is a high-octane New Years Eve party bringing an eclectic lineup of heavy-hitting music stars to the Belgian capital for a no-holds-barred end of year celebration


In the Shadow of Trees" is the exhibition at Hangar during PhotoBrussels Festival 06. It brings together twenty-two photographic projects (including the three winners of the Prize).ID#2021 - SymbolA digital experience, immersing you in sound & light.


The "Noël au Théâtre Festival" will take place in Brussels from 26 to 30 December 2021 and from 4 to 7 January 2022.


Works from the Tate Collection, 1954-2017David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020


WIELS presents an unprecedented survey exhibition and a reference publication exclusively dedicated to Marcel Broodthaers' vacuum-formed plastic plates or ‘industrial poems’ (1968-1972).


An artistic and historical journey on the theme of the train through works by major artists of the 19th and 20th centuries such as Monet, Caillebotte, Spilliaert, Boccioni, Severini, Léger, De Chirico, Mondrian, Servranckx. Caviglioni, Delvaux and Magritte.


The paper theatre, miniature theatre or table top theatre was once a source of pleasure for young and old. These days, it has sunk into oblivion. The "Magical Theatres" exhibition brings back to life the magical world of this toy, its fantastic colourful decors and its small paper actors.


The exhibition, designed in co-production with the Pompidou Centre, offers an unprecedented dialogue between its exceptional collections and pieces by Lebanese artists of all generations. Produced in recent years or following the tragic explosions of 4th August 2020, their works are tracing out possible paths to the future, between despair and gentleness, exiles and new anchorages.


Source: https://be.brussels/agendabe_events




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