2050: A brief history of the future

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, in collaboration with the Louvre in Paris, presents an exhibition that questions the social issues likely to be pertinent in the future.

Using over 70 modern and contemporary paintings, sculpture, photographs, videos, installations and digital art, the exhibition addresses major themes such as over-consumption, global conflicts, diminishing natural resources, and social and economic inequality.

The participating artists are both Belgian and international, and include Boetti, Gursky, Kingelez, LaChapelle, Op de Beeck, Sugimoto, Warhol and Yongliang.

A parallel exhibition takes place at the Louvre from 24 Sept-4 Jan.

Tues-Sun 10.00-17.00

General Info

Address Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Musée Fin-de-Siècle, Rue de la Régence, tel. +32(0)25083211.
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2050: A brief history of the future

Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Musée Fin-de-Siècle, Rue de la Régence, tel. +32(0)25083211.

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