Critique – Crisis – Desire
Art in Europe since 1945
Values of enlightenment, freedom, equality, human rights and social and technical progress are the common ground of the different systems in Europe since the end of World War II. This curator’s cho…
Magritte in Japan
Opening of a prestigious exhibition in Tokyo and Kyoto
This Wednesday the 25th of March 2015, an important exhibition dedicated to the work of René Magritte opens at the National Art Center in Tokyo. The retrospective – that gathers over 130 works by …
Yoga at the museum!
Gao Xingjian: artworks to see but also to experience thanks to… yoga! The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium offer a full and unique immersion into this world renowned artist’s universe. The six…
Opening of the exhibition “Portaels and the Call of the Orient (1841–1847)”
From 10 February until 31 May 2015, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium present the exhibition ‘Portaels and the Call of the Orient (1841–1847)’. It is the very first monographic show dedicat…
Change in opening hours during the weekends
From Saturday 6 December onwards, the opening hours of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium are subject to change during the weekends. Starting then, our Museums will be open from 11 am till 6…
Bruegel: new insights on a Masterpiece
On Friday December 12, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium will present the results of several years of research on the works of Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
The Museums own the second lar…
Rubens: sketches and silverware
he Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium are welcoming two exceptional pieces of silverware inspired by Rubens! This loan from the Colette and Pierre Bauchau Fund managed by the King Baudouin Found…
Opening of the retrospective exhibition Constantin Meunier
From 20 September 2014 till 11 January 2015, at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium present a major retrospective of the work of 19th century Belgian realist painter and sculptor Constantin M…
Opening of the exhibition “Jean Dypréau, art critic and art writer”
The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium present, from 2 September 2014 to 25 January 2015, the exhibition « Jean Dypréau, art critic and art writer ».
Dypréau (Brussels, 1917-1986), a commit…
The Musée Magritte Museum celebrates its 5th birthday!
In June 2009, the Musée Magritte Museum opened its doors to the public. Five years later, more than 1.5 million visitors have admired the largest collection in the world of Magritte’s works and the…