Culture Archive

29 Apr 2015
3D Printing is widely used these days in schools, offices, hospitals and houses, and it’s likely to be critical in the next decades. The groundbreaking manufacturing technology has also conquered BOZAR. From 24 April to 7 June, the Brussels Center for... Read More
27 Apr 2015
Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) was a French photographer. Together with his fellow Robert Capa and other photographers he established Magnum (1947), the very first international photography cooperative. Until 24 August, the Belgian Jewish Museum in Brussels is hosting an exhibition of 133 of Cartier-Bresson’s black-and-white pictures,... Read More
14 Apr 2015
From 25 to 27 April, the 33rd edition of the contemporary art fair Art Brussels takes place in Brussels Expo (Heysel). Last year, the fair welcomed 29.000 visitors during 4 days, of which 30% came all the way from abroad. This year... Read More
9 Apr 2015
The Swedish furniture store IKEA presents a Street Art Collection in close co-operation with 12 international artists. One of them is Bué The Warrior, the famous street artist from Ghent, who also designed the very colorful and playful painting in the... Read More
8 Apr 2015
Put on your dancing shoes, because it’s time to tango! From 23 to 27 April, the 11th edition of the Brussels Tango Festival teaches the moves and grooves of tango dancing to everyone. You can either dance or watch various... Read More
8 Apr 2015
Fantasy film, mirror to the human soul, is not only the reflection of our worst nightmares, but also the expression of our most wondrous dreams. This year the Brussels International Fantasy Film Festival celebrates its 33rd anniversary. The Festival puts... Read More
7 Apr 2015
Good news for all fashionistos and fashionistas out there, because the summer exposition at BOZAR is all about Belgian fashion. It kicks off on 5 June and you can check it out until 13 September. You’ll need to have a... Read More
1 Apr 2015
Do you know Anish Kapoor? The artist was born in 1954 in Bombay, India, and has lived and worked in London since 1973. Major solo exhibitions of his work have been presented around the world (Sydney, Paris, New Delhi, Bilbao, London, Milan,... Read More
26 Mar 2015
Endless repetition, as if they were some kind of machines. On 3 large video screens, Dutch photographer Rineke Dijkstra projects the exercises of Russian gymnasts. With an unstoppable discipline and almost out-of-this-world flexibility, the girls practise their routines in front of... Read More
25 Mar 2015
In May, the 20th edition of the annual Kunstenfestivaldesarts takes place in Brussels. The theme is “The time we share”, referring to the the time that artists and spectators share in theaters, but also the time in which we live.... Read More
18 Mar 2015
The Brussels Center for Contemporary Art WIELS and Rosas are proud to announce an ambitious, unusual exhibition project: Work/Travail/Arbeid, conceived by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker in collaboration with Rosas, rethinks a live dance piece as an exhibition with a duration... Read More
13 Mar 2015
Wauter Mannaert is a full-time comic strip artist living in Brussels. El Mesías is his second graphic novel. Since his debut (Ondergronds, 2010) he has published a number of short stories and he works as a cartoonist, illustrator and comic... Read More
10 Mar 2015
After Madrid, Turin, Berlin, Lisbon and Toulouse it’s finally time for Brussels! BOZAR is hosting the free expo We-Traders, which brings together local projects that are striving to trade the crisis for a constructive project in the city of Brussels.... Read More
3 Mar 2015
Since November 2014, the Brussels center for contemporary photography Contretype has moved to a new building in Saint-Gilles, where it is now hosting an exhibition of the French photographer Emilia Stéfani-Law (°1979, Paris). Stéfani-Law obtained a degree in photography at... Read More
24 Feb 2015
Mark your calendar! On 14/04 Eriksson Delcroix will perform in Hotel BLOOM’s bar. Bjorn Eriksson (Zita Swoon, Admiral Freebee, Maxon Blewitt, bluegrass soundtrack for ‘The Broken Circle Breakdown) and Nathalie Delcroix (Laïs, Birds That Change Color) get to know each... Read More
30 Jan 2015
Marc Chagall (1887 – 1985) was a Jewish artist of Russian-French origin. An early modernist, he was associated with several major artistic styles and created works in virtually every artistic medium, including painting, book illustrations, stained glass, stage sets, ceramic, tapestries and fine... Read More
28 Jan 2015
Emilio López-Menchero is a Belgian and Spanish artist living and working in Brussels, who likes to raise the issue of the identity of the “artist” in our society. In most cases he starts from a well-known icon of literature, music, film... Read More
26 Jan 2015
 On Saturday 7 March, Brussels’ museums are definitely the place to be! For the occasion of the 8th Museum Night Fever, the annual big night out in the city’s museums, about 23 museums will be showing off the best they have... Read More
21 Jan 2015
In 1996 Will Ramsay opened Will’s Art Warehouse in southwest London to bridge the increasing interest in contemporary art and the London gallery scene. By concentrating on relatively unknown artists not carrying a premium for reputation, the gallery was able... Read More
19 Jan 2015
Every year, Design Vlaanderen awards the Henry van de Velde Awards & Labels, which focus public attention on local design. The Henry van de Velde Awards are cash prizes for designers and companies: one prize recognizes a career, while another aims... Read More
12 Jan 2015
The Brussels Winter Jazz Festival is no more, but out of its sizzling ashes were born two distinct jazz festivals in the city. Flagey is organizing the first edition of its Brussels Jazz Festival from 13 to 23 January 2015. The River Jazz... Read More
8 Jan 2015
What happened before we got involved in problematic things like civilization, religion and nationhood? In her conceptual album “Medúlla”, Icelandic artist Björk returns to a pagan universe that is entirely human. Björk’s composition for a cappella voices explores a huge... Read More