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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

Dozens of Titanic artefacts salvaged from the ocean floor are currently on show in Brussels. The items include perfume bottles and china embossed with the ship company's logo, and sections of the s...
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Around the world in 80 letters

Like Jules Verne's novel, this exhibition takes a journey around the globe with 80 travel-themed letters by famous figures from the world of the arts and science. It includes Eugène Delacroi...
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Desire

The Musée Fin-de-Siècle presents an exhibition of paintings built around the notion of desire, a concept the museum says is open to numerous interpretations, from basic to noble, trivial...
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The Art of the Brick

The European premiere of this "blockbuster" exhibition takes place in Brussels, after touring in North America, Asia and Australia. The family-friendly show is built entirely of Lego blocks which...
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Baby Animals

Designed for children aged from three to eight, this interactive exhibition explores the world of 75 baby animals, from their birth until they are old enough to look after themselves. Using illust...
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The Seventies, chacun ses audaces

The spotlight is on the fashion of the 1970s in this exhibition at the Musée du Costume. The show's organisers describe the 1970s as the decade that witnessed the birth of prêt-&agrav...
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Victor Vasarely: Rétrospective

Hungarian-French artist Victor Vasarely rose to prominence in the art world of the second half of the 20th century, by combining and assembling colours, shapes and visually stunning geometric sys...
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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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The heritage of Rogier van der Weyden: Painting in Brussels 1450-1520

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts devotes an exhibition to painting in Brussels from the late 15th century to the first years of the 16th century, specifically in the period between the death of early Fl...
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Behind the Seams: An indiscreet look at the mechanics of Fashion

This unusual exhibition delves into the history of male and female undergarments and how they have evolved over the centuries. On show are numerous devices such as the zip, the pannier, the corset...
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Chocolat Show

The Maison de la Folklore et des Traditions presents an exhibition of hundreds of decorated tin chocolate boxes from the 56,000-strong collection of Yvette Dardenne. The boxes on show were used to...
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Brussels On Sea

Brussels holds the 11th consecutive edition of its annual summer initiative "Bruxelles les Bains", or Brussels On Sea as organisers also refer to it. The event takes place in the centre of Brussel...
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Giorgio Morandi: Retrospective

This significant retrospective at BOZAR is dedicated to the artistic career of Italian painter and printmaker Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964). The show contains about 100 works including canvases, wat...
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The International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy in the EU

Our readers what's on: Since its foundation the EU has undergone multiple transformations in the socio-cultural, political, and economic spheres. Today, the European Union consists of 27 member state...
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Kandinsky & Russia

Wassily Kandinsky is the subject of a major exhibition at the Royal Museums of Fine Art of Belgium. Heralded as the founder of abstract art and considered one of the 20th century's most important...
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Cultural Diplomacy in Africa: A Forum for Young Leaders

The European African Alliance: Enhancing the Inter-cultural Dialogue between Europe and Africa to promote the Stability and economic Development within the two Continents (Brussels, April 15th
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Tauba Auerbach: Tetrachromat

Tetrachromat is a solo show by Tauba Auerbach, a Californian artist whose paintings, drawings, photographs and artist books are inspired by mathematics, physics and topology. Auerbach's paintings play...
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Neo Rauch

Bozar presents "The Obsession of the Demiurge. Selected Works 1993-2012", the first exhibition in Belgium of work by German artist Neo Rauch. A key exponent of the New Leipzig School, Rauch is kno...
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