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Europalia.india

The 24th Europalia International biennial brings a taste of India to Brussels. The four-month festival celebrates all aspects of Indian culture through a multidisciplinary programme comprising ex...
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Charles V Festival

20 May - 5 July. Brussels presents a programme of cultural events dedicated to the theme of Emperor Charles V and the influence he had on the Belgian capital. During his 40-year reign between 1515 a...
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Marten Toonder Centenary

7 February - 23 September. The Belgian Comic Strip Centre pays homage to the late comic strip writer, illustrator and author Marten Toonder with an exhibition, part of a year-long international celebr...
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Per Kirkeby and the forbidden paintings of Kurt Schwitters

10 Feb - 20 May. Bozar presents an exhibition that examines the influence that German painter Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948) had on the work of contemporary Danish artist Per Kirkeby (born 1938). A n...
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Cy Twombly: Photographs 1951-2010

1 Feb-29 April. Over 100 Polaroid photographs by the American artist Cy Twombly, selected in close cooperation with the artist prior to his death in Rome last summer, are now on show in Brussels. A...
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Sabena: The progress came from the sky

30 September - 26 February. This exhibition is dedicated to Sabena, the national airline of Belgium from 1923 until it went bankrupt in 2001. The exhibition reveals the history of the airline's de...
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77 years of Romanian Comics

25 October - 20 May. The work of underground Romanian comic strip artists who worked behind the Iron Curtain is only now being evaluated collectively. It is only since the relatively recent fall o...
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Jordaens and the Antique

12 Oct - 27 Jan 2013. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium are staging a major exhibition of Jacob Jordaens and the classical antique sources of his work, to be followed by a second show at the F...
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Baroque Without The Shrouds

2 June-25 Sept. An exhibition showcasing the splendour of baroque sculpture with a number of works by major Belgian artists on display for the first time. Organisers say that for many years baroqu...
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Bob De Moor and the Sea: a famous cartoon artist’s great passion

14 June 2011-15 January 2012. In 1956 Bob De Moor and Georges Prosper Remi (better known as Herg
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51N4E: Double or nothing

1 June-4 September. The ongoing legacy of Brussels-based architectural practice 51N4E is highlighted in a retrospective exhibition presented by BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts. Curated by the French ar...
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War & Games

8 April-16 October. This series of exhibitions at the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History features imagery by contemporary photographer Virginie Cornet displayed alongside toys from...
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Joan Miró: The Lyrical Painter

24 March-19 June. An exhibition of some 120 paintings, etchings, sculptures and drawings illustrating the poetic and lyrical aspects of the work of Spanish artist Joan Mir
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Jane Alexander - Security

25 March - 21 August. South African artist Jane Alexander presents a politically-charged exhibition of sculptures, installations, photomontages and videos inspired by the events of her native country...
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Venetian and Flemish Masters

11 February - 8 May. BOZAR presents a comprehensive overview of 400 years of Venetian and Flemish art, from the 15th to the 18th century, and asks if one school could have existed without the other....
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The New Arrivals: 8 Contemporary Artists from Hungary

4 February - 3 April 2011. In celebration of Hungary's presidency of the European Union, BOZAR showcases the innovative work of eight artists from Hungary
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Down Low Up High

25 January - 2 April 2011. The concepts of movement, space and time within the urban landscape of 1970's New York city are examined by the Argos Black Box which presents a series of filmed performance...
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Down Low Up High

25 January - 2 April 2011. The concepts of movement, space and time within the urban landscape of 1970's New York city are examined by the Argos Black Box which presents a series of filmed performance...
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Dying in the Middle Ages

3 December - 24 April 2011. A selection of 200 objects and works of art reveal how people in the 16th century perceived death. Due to factors such as malnutrition, disease and war, life expectancy of...

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