Sébastien Bonin - Botanique
20.01.2020 > 19.04.2020
Parallel realities. Based on painting reproductions from art books, the painter Sébastien Bonin redefines the image by focusing on details from which he only keeps the landscape. Brand new images, nervous and expressive, are then born before our eyes.
ZOO - MIMA
31.01.2020 > 30.08.2020
The anthropomorphic pop creatures of 11 international artists remind us how bestial our society can be. What if MIMA gave us a little pop lesson in humanity?
Wolfgang Tillmans - WIELS
01.02.2020 > 24.05.2020
WIELS presents the first exhibition in Belgium dedicated to the German artist Wolfgang Tillmans. World-renowned, he always pushes back the limits of photography as an artistic medium. His ambition? ‘To make images that speak about what it feels like to be alive today.’ Ballsy!
Mondo Cane - BOZAR
19.02.2020 > 24.05.2020
Welcome to the future! Sensation at the 2019 Venice Biennale of Contemporary Art, this exhibition of slightly freaky dolls by Jos de Gruyter and Harald Thys is set up in an enriched version in the BOZAR spaces, foreshadowing a kind of contemporary museum of popular art.
Liberating women and changing the world: feminism in Belgium in the 1970s - BELvue Museum
20.02.2020 > 24.05.2020
Much remains to be done to ensure an egalitarian society for all women. In order to keep the fire of the courageous feminist activists burning, the BELvue Museum, together with the Centre d'Archives et de Recherches pour l'Histoire des Femmes, takes a look back at the feminist movements of the 1970s. An inspiring and free exhibition.
Le Monde à Plat - Boghossian Foundation
05.03.2020 > 22.08.2020
How about laying our cards on the table with the world? The Boghossian Foundation showcases a new selection of works by contemporary artists who interpret through art the image of our planet.
Sean Scully - Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium
27.03.2020 > 16.08.2020
The stellar abstract painter Sean Scully takes a surprising trip at the Royal Museums. With the Eleuthera series, he returns to figuration with a colorful and moving proposition depicting his son playing a beach on this island of the Bahamas.
It never ends - John M Armleder - KANAL Centre Pompidou
04.04.2020 > 01.11.2020
Thought KANAL was to be closed for a while? Think again! "It never ends" offers John M Armleder the entire showroom of the old Citroën garage as a playground. The world-renowned artist will use the 6,000 square meters of the space to experiment with sculpture, architecture and installation. Visual art, but also performances, concerts, conferences, screenings and more... until November!