6 Jul 2015
6 Jul 2015

BOZAR x Ai Weiwei

Paul Dujardin (52), CEO and artistic director of BOZAR , has returned from a royal mission to China. He brought a visit to the Chinese controversial artist Ai Weiwei, whose bail – it is rumored – might be lifted by the Chinese government. Dujardin... Read More

3 Jul 2015
3 Jul 2015

Urban Trail

Are you tired of all those classic running tours across the streets? Then this is something you should definitely try: Brussels Urban Trail. The trail leads you trough prestigious and historic buildings, you’ll run in secret gardens and some other... Read More

2 Jul 2015
2 Jul 2015

Meet a Brussels Greeter

In Brussels for a few days? Willing to discover the city off the beaten track through the eyes of a Brussels local ? Read on! Because the tourism association Autrement offers an alternative way to discover Brussels with a very original... Read More

1 Jul 2015
1 Jul 2015

Kosmopolite Art Tour

From the 2nd until the 10th of July the famous Kosmopolite Art Tour is back in the Belgian capital to invade the Brussels Canal Zone with a lot of street artists!     Three groups of artist: MACrew (Paris), Aerosol... Read More

29 Jun 2015
29 Jun 2015

Festivalitis: Couleur Café

Couleur Café is a music festival dedicated to all currents of urban music across the world including r&b, hiphop, world, dubstep, afro, soul, reggae, ragga, dub, dancehall, reggaeton, latin, salsa, rock, electro,… This year’s edition will take place on 3,... Read More

27 Jun 2015
27 Jun 2015

Car-free Anspach

Here we get an event not to be missed! In a move of global development accompanied by the wish to improve the life’s quality of Brussels ‘people, our lovely Belgian capital is setting up from the 28 June a car-free... Read More

24 Jun 2015
24 Jun 2015

Summer In The City

Thé place to be in the city during summer is without any doubt Bruxelles les Bains, located at Place Sainctelette. It’s the perfect spot to meet up with your family, friends or colleagues to have a drink, grab a bite, do... Read More

22 Jun 2015
22 Jun 2015

British surrealism at former barber shop

The renowned British cartoonist Glen Baxter (nickname: Colonel) is exposing for the fourth time at Le Salon d’Art in Brussels, the former barber shop/art gallery of Jean Marchetti. On the program are his clear-cut drawings with a witty, often absurd sense of humor.... Read More

18 Jun 2015
18 Jun 2015

Larry Fink // The Beats

Larry Fink is an American professional photographer (°1941), who has had one man shows at many museums in his home country, as well as the Musée de la Lausanne Photographie (Belgium) and the Musee de l’Elysée (Switzerland). He shows in... Read More

16 Jun 2015
16 Jun 2015

Plazey kicks off the festival summer

From 24 to 28 June, the Brussels Elisabeth Park (Koekelberg) is welcoming the Plazey Festival, a vibrant mix of concerts, dance performances and movies. The festival’s program is cram-full of nice activities, all starring Brussels artists and spread over 4... Read More

10 Jun 2015
10 Jun 2015

Let’s Color Up Brussels!

Brussels is a multicultural, cosmopolitan city… But there’s always room to add some extra color to the city, isn’t there? Two upcoming events will give Brussels that colorful injection. First of all, there’s Holi One, the third edition of the Belgian... Read More

8 Jun 2015
8 Jun 2015

Taiwan Film Panorama @ Cinematek

Great news for Cinematek Brussels! Thanks to a gift, The Royal Belgian Film Archive’s collection has been expanded with about 200 Taiwanese films. That calls for a celebration during the weeks to come! Taiwan’s film industry is strongly influenced by politics, more... Read More

3 Jun 2015
3 Jun 2015

Pascale Marthine Tayou @ BOZAR

On 24 June, a new expo kicks off at BOZAR Center for Fine Arts, focusing on the works of the Belgian Cameroon artist Pascale Marthine Tayou. His universe is one of mythical creatures and mysterious apparitions. The exhibition BOOMERANG reveals... Read More

1 Jun 2015
1 Jun 2015

BELvue Museum // Masks From Congo

At the BELvue Museum in Brussels, you can visit a brand new expo featuring unique African masks that were used during the “mukanda” ritual (male circumcision) of the Yaka and the Suku, 2 Congolese tribes. It’s one of the last exhibitions at... Read More

28 May 2015
28 May 2015

Place To Shop // KissMyArt

There’s a new place to shop at the Quartier des Quais. Apart from olives, nuts and fruits, you can now also buy works of art and furniture at KissMyArt, a vintage shop and art space under one roof. After a flourishing... Read More

27 May 2015
27 May 2015

Exposed: Brussels’ Metro Stations

There’s an expo running in the corridor of the Botanique metro station. It’s a photo exhibition about the Brussels metro stations, in which local photographer Mikaël Van Eeckhoudt focuses on the architecture and design of the public transportation stations. He considers “Graaf... Read More

20 May 2015
20 May 2015

Expo // Sounds Like Music

The relationship between music and art is a very fascinating one. It’s the subject of a thematic exhibition currently running at D+T Project Gallery Brussels, including artistst whose practice spreads through a variety of media. “Sounds Like Music” brings together artists... Read More

18 May 2015
18 May 2015

Street Art in Brussels

Street art has been gaining ground more or less everywhere for some years now. It first appeared as a political and anti-establishment protest in the streets of New York in the seventies. Nowadays, it’s welcomed into galleries and museums, where... Read More

13 May 2015
13 May 2015

Cinematek welcomes Latvia

Twice a year, The Royal Belgian Film Archive Cinematek pays a tribute to the movies of the particular country that is in charge of the presidency of the European Union. This spring, the focus is on Latvia. The Latvia-cycle kicks off on... Read More

11 May 2015
11 May 2015

Museum of Ixelles x Atomium

For the third year in a row and in the context of ART BRUSSELS, the Atomium organizes ARTVIEW#3, an exhibition on contemporary art. During the 2 previous #ARTVIEW editions, the Atomium presented the works from art collector Galila (2013) and from... Read More

6 May 2015
6 May 2015

Message in a swimming cap

In the Saint-Gilles swimming pool there are 20 portraits of people with a swimming cap. The work is called “La Montée des Eaux”. The artist, Saint-Gilles resident Fabienne Cresens, wants to illustrate what climate change means for humanity. The community... Read More

4 May 2015
4 May 2015

Flashbackfestival Brussels

From 28 to 31 May, the second edition of the Flashbackfestival (previously called “Retrorama”) takes place in Palace 5 and 10 of the Brussels Heizel. It’s one of the biggest retro and vintage markets in Europe, with items from the... Read More