5 exhibitions to catch in Brussels this Spring

While Brussels is blooming, new exhibitions are popping up around town begging you to go inhale their perfume of novelty.

Here are 5 exhibitions freshly picked up by our team to put in your agenda.

1. MELANCHOLIA

Boghossian Foundation dedicates a whole new expo to this conflicting and familiar feeling at the Villa Empain where modern and contemporary artists are set to explore our existential issues. 

15.03.2018 > 26.08.2018

2. WONDERLAND

The MIMA - Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art hosts 'Wonderland', an out of the ordinary trail-exhibition where you dive into the urban adventures of Akay & Olabo, 2 Swedish artists coming from the graffiti world and specialized in the forbidden exploration/transformation of abandoned places. 

26.01.2018 > 22.04.2018

3. HIGHLIGHTS

Ever wondered what the ULB - Université Libre de Bruxelles had preciously in store? Their cultural space 'Allende' reveals it all with a best-of exhibition dedicated to their modern & contemporary art collection. 

05.03.2018 > 14.04.2018

4. REGARD INEDIT 

In the early 1910s, photographer Paula Deetjen profiled herself as a specialist in the photography of Baroque art and architecture, eventually ending up in 1917 and 1918 in the ever inspiring Brussels. Obviously, the good folks at Halles St-Géry think the same as they lend their spaces to an exhibition providing a totally unusual look at our city. 

05.04.2018 > 28.06.2018

5. PROMISES OF A FACE

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium retraces more than six centuries of portraiture from the Flemish Primitive to the selfie promising a great face to face with the multiple facets of this art. 

23.03.2018 > 15.07.2018