Agenda

  • Tot 19 Apr

    • Kunst

    Keith Haring

    BOZAR Brussel. Large-scale retrospective in collaboration with Tate Liverpool and Museum Folkwang (Essen) about one of the most iconic artists from the 20th century.

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  • Tot 12 Jan

    • Kunst

    Linda McCartney Retrospective

    Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Glasgow. A major retrospective photographic exhibition, curated by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney, featuring iconic names and moments in music from the 60s along with more intimate and emotional later work by the acclaimed and prolific photographer Linda McCartney

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  • Tot 16 Feb

    • Kunst

    Room of Wonder II: Wouters & Hendrix

    DIVA, Antwerp. Jewellery designers Katrin Wouters and Karen Hendrix are selected as guest curators for the second 'Room of Wonder' exhibition at the Antwerp diamond museum. They present items of their own collection alongside gems from DIVA’s collection, contemporary art and curiosities.

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  • Tot 05 Jan

    • Kunst

    Olafur Eliasson - In Real Life

    Tate Modern, London. In Eliasson’s captivating installations you become aware of your senses, people around you and the world beyond.

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  • Tot 12 Jan

    • Kunst

    Yves Zurstrassen

    BOZAR, Brussels. A cyclical, ‘reversed’ chronological route; along the way we go back in time through the artist’s oeuvre from 2019 to 2009. A rhythmic play of abstract forms and bright colours, but also monochrome and striking yellow

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  • Tot 12 Jan

    • Kunst

    Brancusi

    BOZAR, Brussels. The first solo exhibition in Brussels with the work of Constantin Brancusi, one of the most influential sculptors of the 20th century. The exhibition is part of arts festival Europalia Romania.

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  • Tot 12 Jan

    • Kunst

    Jean-François Millet: Sowing the Seeds of Modern Art

    Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam. With his radical painting technique, modern style and inspirational portrayal of peasant life, Millet undoubtedly sowed the seeds of modern art. His work inspired numerous well-known artists, such as Van Gogh, Pissarro, Seurat, Monet, Munch, Malevich and Dalí.

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  • Tot 12 Jan

    • Kunst

    Albert Oehlen

    Serpentine Gallery, London. The German artist has been a key figure in contemporary art since the 1980s and the diversity of his painting is a testament to the intrinsic freedom that remains at the heart of the medium.

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  • Tot 19 Jan

    • Kunst

    Degas at the Opera

    Musée d'Orsay, Paris. Throughout his entire career, the Opera formed the focal point of Degas’ output. He explored the theatre’s various spaces and followed those who frequented them. This closed world presented a microcosm of infinite possibilities allowing all manner of experimentations.

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  • Tot 19 Jan

    • Kunst

    Rembrandt-Velázquez: Dutch and Spanish Masters

    Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. More than 60 works by Spanish and Dutch painters such as Rembrandt, Velázquez, Zurbarán, Hals, Murillo and Vermeer will be shown in pairs, leading to surprising visual dialogues. There are also striking similarities in terms of themes such as faith, wealth, power and love.

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  • Tot 19 Apr

    • Kunst

    Keith Haring

    BOZAR Brussel. Large-scale retrospective in collaboration with Tate Liverpool and Museum Folkwang (Essen) about one of the most iconic artists from the 20th century.

    Go to website

  • Tot 05 Jan

    • Kunst

    Olafur Eliasson - In Real Life

    Tate Modern, London. In Eliasson’s captivating installations you become aware of your senses, people around you and the world beyond.

    Go to website

  • Tot 12 Jan

    • Kunst

    Linda McCartney Retrospective

    Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Glasgow. A major retrospective photographic exhibition, curated by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney, featuring iconic names and moments in music from the 60s along with more intimate and emotional later work by the acclaimed and prolific photographer Linda McCartney

    Go to website

  • Tot 12 Jan

    • Kunst

    Yves Zurstrassen

    BOZAR, Brussels. A cyclical, ‘reversed’ chronological route; along the way we go back in time through the artist’s oeuvre from 2019 to 2009. A rhythmic play of abstract forms and bright colours, but also monochrome and striking yellow

    Go to website

  • Tot 12 Jan

    • Kunst

    Brancusi

    BOZAR, Brussels. The first solo exhibition in Brussels with the work of Constantin Brancusi, one of the most influential sculptors of the 20th century. The exhibition is part of arts festival Europalia Romania.

    Go to website

  • Tot 12 Jan

    • Kunst

    Jean-François Millet: Sowing the Seeds of Modern Art

    Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam. With his radical painting technique, modern style and inspirational portrayal of peasant life, Millet undoubtedly sowed the seeds of modern art. His work inspired numerous well-known artists, such as Van Gogh, Pissarro, Seurat, Monet, Munch, Malevich and Dalí.

    Go to website

  • Tot 12 Jan

    • Kunst

    Albert Oehlen

    Serpentine Gallery, London. The German artist has been a key figure in contemporary art since the 1980s and the diversity of his painting is a testament to the intrinsic freedom that remains at the heart of the medium.

    Go to website

  • Tot 19 Jan

    • Kunst

    Degas at the Opera

    Musée d'Orsay, Paris. Throughout his entire career, the Opera formed the focal point of Degas’ output. He explored the theatre’s various spaces and followed those who frequented them. This closed world presented a microcosm of infinite possibilities allowing all manner of experimentations.

    Go to website

  • Tot 19 Jan

    • Kunst

    Rembrandt-Velázquez: Dutch and Spanish Masters

    Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. More than 60 works by Spanish and Dutch painters such as Rembrandt, Velázquez, Zurbarán, Hals, Murillo and Vermeer will be shown in pairs, leading to surprising visual dialogues. There are also striking similarities in terms of themes such as faith, wealth, power and love.

    Go to website

  • Tot 26 Jan

    • Kunst

    Jan Bruegel The Elder's Drawings

    Snijders & Rockoxhuis, Antwerpen. Exhibition with about 50 drawings and some paintings by Jan Bruegel the Elder who successfully built on the legacy of his father Pieter Bruegel.

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  • Tot 27 Jan

    • Kunst

    Toulouse-Lautrec: Resolutely Modern

    Grand Palais, Paris. 27 years after the last Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition, the Grand Palais is once again organising a large-scale retrospective on the eccentric artist (painter, draughtsman, lithographer).

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  • Tot 27 Jan

    • Kunst

    Original Bauhaus: The Centenary Exhibition

    Berlinische Galerie, Berlin. Marking the centenary of the Bauhaus’s founding, the Bauhaus-Archiv/Museum für Gestaltung’s exhibition at the Berlinische Galerie presents famous, familiar and forgotten Bauhaus originals and recounts the history behind the objects. Around 1,000 items will be on display.

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  • 01 Feb

    • Kunst

    Van Eyck. An optical revolution

    Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent. Biggest exhibition ever about the life and work of Jan van Eyck with a unique loan as a highlight: the exterior panels of the Ghent Altarpiece.

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  • 01 Feb

    • Kunst

    Not in so many words

    Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo. Special exhibition with works from the museum collection in which words, letters, sentences and text fragments play a prominent role.

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  • Tot 01 Feb

    • Architectuur

    Beyond Bauhaus - Modernism in Britain 1933–66

    Architecture Gallery, RIBA, London. This exhibition takes a fresh look at the development of British modernist architecture through the reciprocal influence of the Bauhaus movement.

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  • Tot 02 Feb

    • Kunst

    A Tale of Two Women Painters: Sofonisba Anguissola and Lavinia Fontana

    Prado, Madrid. The exhibition will present the work of 2 outstanding female artists in western art who were able to break away from the prevailing stereotypes assigned to women in relation to artistic practice and the deep-rooted scepticism regarding women’s creative and artistic abilities.

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  • Tot 09 Feb

    • Kunst

    Dalí & Magritte: Two surrealist icons in dialogue

    Royal Museums of Fine Art of Belgium, Brussels. Dalí and Magritte both aim to challenge reality, question our gaze and shake up our certainties. The Catalan and the Belgian show a fascinating proximity, despite their very different creations and personalities.

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  • Tot 16 Feb

    • Kunst

    Room of Wonder II: Wouters & Hendrix

    DIVA, Antwerp. Jewellery designers Katrin Wouters and Karen Hendrix are selected as guest curators for the second 'Room of Wonder' exhibition at the Antwerp diamond museum. They present items of their own collection alongside gems from DIVA’s collection, contemporary art and curiosities.

    Go to website

  • Tot 16 Feb

    • Kunst

    The World of Bruegel in Black and White

    KBR, Palace of Lorraine, Brussels. Admire Bruegel's original pre-drawings, his Italian landscapes, the seven deadly sins, virtues and other beautiful prints. Don't miss this opportunity to discover Bruegel's lesser-known masterpieces!

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  • Tot 24 Feb

    • Kunst

    Leonardo da Vinci

    Louvre, Paris. The year 2019 marks the 500-year anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci in France, of particular importance for the Louvre, which holds the largest collection in the world of da Vinci’s paintings, as well as 22 drawings

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  • Tot 01 Mar

    • Kunst

    Stephan Vanfleteren

    FOMU, Antwerp. First major retrospective exhibition by renowned Belgian photographer. This exhibition will present both iconic images and lesser known work and will show the evolution in Vanfleteren’s oeuvre.

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  • Tot 01 Mar

    • Kunst

    JAMES ENSOR - Dreams of mother-of-pearl

    Mu.ZEE, Oostend. Discover the Ensor collection of the KMSKA (closed due to renovations) in the hometown of one of Belgium's most important artists.

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  • Tot 01 Mar

    • Kunst

    FROM TITIAN TO RUBENS. Masterpieces from Antwerp and other Flemish Collections

    Palazzo Ducale, Venice. Featuring masterpieces by artists including Titian, Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck and Michiel Sweerts, the exhibition offers a dazzling array of works, and the finest group of Italian and Flemish art to come to Italy.

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  • Tot 19 Apr

    • Cars

    Cars: Accelerating The Modern World

    V&A, London. Over its short 130-year history, the car has become one of the most loved, contested and influential innovations in the world. The V&A breaks its survey down info 15 models and 3 sections: Going Fast, Making More and Shaping Space.

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  • Tot 05 May

    • Kunst

    Louise Bourgouis - To unravel a torment

    Museum Voorlinden, Wassenaar. A six-decade survey exhibition featuring forty pivotal works from all around the world.

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