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5 May - 27 May 2017
The Kunstenfestivaldesarts is an international arts festival dedicated to contemporary creations: theatre, dance, performance, film, and visual arts. It takes place in May of every year and lasts for three weeks, with presentations in some 20 theatres and arts centres, as well as in public spaces throughout Brussels.
The Kunstenfestivaldesarts comprises a selection of artistic works created by Belgian and international artists: remarkable new projects that translate the artists’ personal visions of the world, communicating these to audiences prepared to challenge and broaden their perspectives.
Pol BURY - Time in Motion
23 Feb - 4 Jun 2017
The Belgian artist Pol Bury (1922-2005) is one of the founders of kinetic art. After his beginnings in painting, marked by the influence of Magritte, and time spent with other members of Jeune Peinture belge and CoBrA, he decided to follow a new path.
Malta - Land of Seas
17 Feb - 28 May 2017
Malta. Land of Sea reflects the cultural diversity that is the foundation of the Maltese identity. With the omnipresence of the Mediterranean running through its history, influencing both practical life on the island and the world of the imagination, it is a sea that opens Malta to the world. The exhibition brings together some 60 works that have survived the centuries, some dating back to prehistory.
26 Oct 2016 - 05 March 2017
“Large, ambitious and unavoidably, dizzyingly peripatetic”, wrote The New York Times about the Picasso Sculpture exhibition at the MoMA. The Musée Picasso in Paris, in collaboration with BOZAR, builds on the theme. Over 80 sculptures represent the staggering creative power of an artist who really went to town experimenting with a range of materials and techniques. The sculptures conduct a dialogue with paintings, ceramics, photographs and objets d’art from Picasso’s private collection. The exhibition takes a fresh look at a less familiar but very personal aspect of the artist’s oeuvre.
From the smallest to the biggest, from the most classical to the funniest, from the artistical to the scientifical, discover more than 100 museums in Brussels...
The Tram Experience is back for even more gourmet adventures! A Tram Experience that is now a showcase for the finest food that Brussels has to offer While 2012 saw double Michelin-starred chefs from every corner of the country come up with fabulous dishes served onboard, this year we will be turning the spotlight on Michelin-starred chefs from Brussels
Commemoration of the First World War 1914-18 in Belgium
- By the Belgian Government:
The First World War (1914-1918) had a profound impact on the history of Belgium and of the whole world.
Three commemorative ceremonies with international scope
- In Flanders:
The First World War, also known as the Great War, was the first international conflict of truly world scale dimensions. The War raged from 28 July 1914 until 11 November 1918 and claimed millions of military and civilian casualties.
- In Wallonie and Brussels:
Centenaire de la Guerre 14-18: Agenda d'événements et commémorations.
Programme d’événements organisés en Wallonie et à Bruxelles.