Here are the 8 temporary exhibitions to see in September!
Amy Winehouse. A Family Portrait – Jewish Museum of Belgium
Brussels Museums Nocturnes’ free opening in the Sablon district will honor Amy for one last hurrah. With ‘Amy Winehouse – A Family Portrait’, the Jewish Museum of Belgium gently opens a new door to the most personal aspects of the British singer. 09/13/2018
D’Ieteren & Patrick Van der Stricht – “Greeting Cards” – D’Ieteren Gallery
Next to 100 exceptional cars, the D’Ieteren Gallery is displaying drawings by Belgian architect, illustrator and car enthusiast Patrick van der Stricht. Humor, architectural perspectives and retro romance are on the program. 09/20/2018
Summer Collection #3 – art & marges museum
Colorful, abundant and (why not) scorching, this art & marge exhibition helps you discover the rich collection of outsider art of the art & marges museum! On this occasion, you can meet some of the artists on display and have a t-shirt printed with your favorite work. 09/20/2018
Ernest and Célestine – Red Cloister Abbey Art Centre
Familiar with internationally recognized children’s books or their 2012 film adaptation, do not miss the free opening of the exhibition “Ernest and Célestine at the Red Cloister” in the purely idyllic setting of the abbey! 09/27/2018
Beyond Borders – Boghossian Foundation – Villa Empain
Dedicated to the themes of borders, identities and affiliations, this poetic, political and, of course, visual appealing exhibition creates a link between the works of some forty artists, from Europe and the Middle East and the Maghreb, in the heart of an Art Deco masterpiece in Brussels. 09/27/2018
Syphilis. The Great Simulator. Baudelaire and Others. – ULB – Museum of Medicine
The rather explicit exhibition of the Museum of Medicine ‘Syphilis’ questions manners, morals, shame and sexuality from the perspective of famous personalities who have likely suffered because from it. Very surprising! 09/27/2018
Collector of Traces + Contentious Moods – Museum of Sewers
Under your feet wait kilometres of sewers and a museum dedicated to them. Explore the undergrounds, discover the evolutionary installation of the Brussels artist PAROLE and a well-publicised exhibition on public toilet graffiti! 09/27/2018
Don’t miss out on the whole calendar of the Nocturnes, permanent and temporary exhibitions included.