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Spiders alive!

18 Dec-31 March. The Royal Museum of Central Africa in Brussels hosts an exhibition that delves into the fascinating and sometimes scary world of spiders. The arachnid family has inhabited our pla...
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Inside the Station

22 Dec-31 May. "Inside the Station" transports visitors on an interactive journey inside Belgium's Princess Elisabeth Antarctica, the world's first zero emission scientific polar research station....
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Terracotta Army

19 Nov-17 Feb. This popular exhibition recreates the terracotta army of the first emperor of China, Qin Shi Huangdi. One of the 20th century's major archaeological discoveries, the figures were first...
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François Walthéry: 50 years of comics

9 Oct - 24 Feb 2013. The CBBD pays tribute to Belgian cartoonist François Walthéry with a retrospective exhibition of his work. His first cartoons, published in 1962 when he was 16, were...
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Toots90

31 August - 6 January. On the occasion of the 90th birthday of Belgian jazz musician Jean-Baptiste "Toots" Thielemans, the Toots90 organisation celebrates the jazz great's life and songs with a multim...
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Expressionism and Expression

11 September - 3 February 2013. The Royal Museum of Fine Art presents the fourth edition in its series dedicated to Expressionism, an art movement characterised by strong, often excessive emotion and...
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Posy Simmonds: Essentially English

12 June - 25 November. The Belgian Comics Centre hosts Belgium's first exhibition dedicated to Rosemary "Posy" Simmonds, the British newspaper cartoonist, writer and illustrator of children's books....
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Un-Scene II

21 June -  26 August. This exhibition at WIELS comprises the work of 12 young Brussels-based artists, offering a picture of what shapes and drives creativity in contemporary Belgium. The ari...
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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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Stanley Kubrick Photographer

21 March - 1 July. This exhibition presents the early camera work of Stanley Kubrick, one of the 20th century's most prominent filmmakers. In his early career Kubrick worked as a staff photographe...
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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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Architectonic: Concrete Walls 1958-1980

15 Dec - 15 April. For the last 100 years concrete has made a huge impact on architecture around the world, and not always in a good way. Architectonic examines the effect that concrete has had on...
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Senses!

6 October - 2 September. This family-friendly interactive exhibition is aimed at children aged from six years, with special activities for pre-school kids aged from three upwards. The sensory expe...
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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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Ferdinand Schirren

22 November - 4 March. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium present an exhibition dedicated to Ferdinand Schirren (1872
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Europalia Brasil

4 October - 15 January. The Europalia Brasil festival draws on Brazil's diverse cultural contribution as its central theme. An emerging world power, Brazil looks towards a vibrant future but is al...
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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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