Museum & Art Centres

Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts

Académie royale des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles

The Federals
An extra muros exhibition with a selection of students and graduates from the 17 departments of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Brussels (ArBA-EsA). With the Support of FEDERALE.

54 Boulevard du Régent
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Fri 24 to Sun 26 April: 10 am – 6 pm

Mathilde Zigante & Anjeli Pillay, 2020


ADAM – Brussels Design Museum

Punk Graphics. Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die
Punk Graphics explores the unique visual idiom of the punk movement from the mid 1970s to the 1980s
through the icons of its graphic universe.

1 Place de Belgique
1020 Brussels (Laeken)

Mon to Sun: 11 am – 7 pm

PUNK GRAPHICS © Mad Museum – Jenna Bascom


ARGOS centre for audiovisual arts

Tony Cokes. If UR Reading This
It’s 2 Late: Vol 3
ARGOS will host the first solo exhibition of US-based artist Tony Cokes in Belgium. The exhibition
provides an opportunity to see a broad range of powerful artworks made by Cokes since the 1980s, alongside a newly commissioned film.
Wed to Sun: 11 am – 6 pm

Testament A: MF FKA K-P X KE RIP
TONY COKES in conversation with
Niels Van Tomme.
Following a screening of the video Testament A: mf fka k-p x ke rip (2019) by Tony Cokes, there will be a conversation between Cokes and ARGOS director Niels Van Tomme. They will discuss underlying artistic
ideas about mixing theory, music and text pivotal to Cokes’s practice.
Sun 26 April, 4 pm – 6 pm

13 Rue du Chantier
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Tony Cokes, Evil.16 (Torture.Musik), 2009-2011. Courtesy Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles, and Electronic Arts Intermix, New York.

Art et Marges

Art et marges Museum

Le coeur au ventre
Passionate collectors, talent scouts, and big-hearted gallerists, M. and L. Oster live in amidst a fascinating
torrent of outsider and expressionist art. This exhibition is a groundbreaking immersion into the world of these discrete collectors.

312-314 Rue Haute
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Tue to Sun: 11 am – 6 pm

© Annabel Sougné 



Wie is we – Guy Woueté
In collaboration with Vlaams-Nederlands Huis De Brakke Grond.

20-28 Rue Auguste Orts
1000 Brussels (city centre)
Wed 22 to Sat 25 April: 12 noon –
6 pm

Casting Call: Parade Agora – Eleni Kamma
Performative and discursive event initialised by artist Eleni Kamma in collaboration with Jubilee, Beursschouwburg and Wandering Arts Biennial.

In Brussels public space, location to be confirmed
Sat 25 April: 12 noon – 6 pm

© courtesy of the artist

Boghossian Foundation - Villa Empain

Boghossian Foundation - Villa Empain

Le Monde à plat
The exhibition explores representations of the world through art: cartography, borders and movements, social and ecological upheavals.
Curated by Alfred Pacquement

67 Avenue Franklin Roosevelt
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)

Tue to Sun: 11 am – 6 pm

Malala Andrialavidrazana, Figures 1799, Explorers’ routes, 2015
© Malala Andrialavidrazana
Courtesy the artist & Dilecta


BOZAR, Centre for Fine Arts

Mondo Cane
Artists: Jos de Gruyter and
Harald Thys.
Curated by Anne-Claire Schmitz

23 Rue Ravenstein
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Tue to Sun: 10 am – 6 pm
Thu: 10 am – 9 pm

 © Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys

CC Strombeek

CC Strombeek

Through Her (True Her)
Artists include: Muhiba Botan, Gladys Bukolo, Hélène Hamouzou, Sandra Heremans, Agnès Lalau &
Leïla Nsengiyumva, Luna Mahoux & Debbie Engala (Collectif Nymphose),
Laura Nsengiyumva, Sofia Tate Avramides, Odette Watshini Messenger.
Curated by Pascale Obolo &
Anne Wetsi Mpoma

1 Gemeenteplein
1853 Strombeek-Bever

Mon to Sat: 10 am – 10 pm
Sun: 10 am – 6 pm

 © Pascale Obolo

CENTRALE for Contemporary Art

CENTRALE for contemporary art

Panorama – Xavier Noiret-Thomé
– Henk Visch.

The exhibition is an ode to painting and sculpture that questions the human condition poetically.
Artists: Xavier Noiret-Thomé & Henk Visch.
Curated by Carine Fol

44 Place Sainte-Catherine
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Opening Wed 22 April, 6 pm
Wed to Sun: 10:30 am – 6 pm


Lemons, Xavier Noiret-Thomé



Earth not a globe
Solo show by Philippe Braquenier, winner of the «Propositions d’artistes
2019» competition  organised by Contretype.

Guilyan Pépin.

Johan Poezevara.

4A Cité Fontainas
1060 Brussels (Saint-Gilles)

Special opening hours during
Art Brussels:
Wed: 12 noon – 6 pm
Thu to Fri: 10 am – 6 pm
Sat to Sun: 1 pm – 6 pm

© Philippe Braquenier, série «Earth not a globe», 2019

Fondation A

Fondation A Stichting

Peter Downsbrough

304 Avenue Van Volxem
1190 Brussels (Forest)

Special opening hours during Art
Brussels: Sat to Sun: 1 pm – 6 pm

Untitled, NYC 1985
© Peter Downsbrough/ Artists Rights Society (ARS) New York, Courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Fondation CAB

Fondation CAB

Figures on a Ground
Fondation CAB is delighted to present Figures on a Ground, a group show bringing together approaches to Minimal art that defy or expand
the associations that are generally
attributed to the movement. Works of
pioneering Minimalist artists are fused with contemporary practices which inscribe themselves in, or question the movement.
Artists amongst others:
Tauba Auerbach, Anna-Maria Bogner,
Claudia Comte, Ann Edholm, Gloria Graham, Carmen Herrera, Sonia Kacem, Ariane Loze, Julia Mangold, Agnes Martin, Mary Obering, Charlotte Posenenske, Jessica Sanders, Anne Truitt and Meg Webster.

32-34 Rue Borrens
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)

Special opening hours during
Art Brussels:
Wed to Sat: 10 am – 6 pm

Claudia Comte, Baby Blue and Salmon Circle (Triangular painting), 2017, Acrylic on canvas, 4 parts, modular, 120 x 60 x 4.5 cm, Courtesy of the artist and Glastone Gallery

Fondation Frison Horta

Fondation Frison Horta

Fondation Frison Horta, located in a
beautiful art nouveau building by Victor Horta from 1894, is an active cultural bridge between East and West, preserving and sustaining rich Art & Crafts of a bygone era, in an artistic art de vivre form. The only Horta house in the city centre, a living museum. Founder and general director, Nupur Tron.

37 Rue Lebeau
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Mon to Sat: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm

Fondation Thalie

Fondation Thalie

Caroline Achaintre
Caroline Achaintre works on a wide variety of media, including textiles, ceramics, prints and watercolors,
using techniques typically associated with the applied arts. Her sculptures, her hand tufted wool wall hangings, her drawings and her paintings are colourful and powerfully graphic, and
create an atmosphere that is both playful and absurd.
Curated by Nathalie Guiot

15 Rue Buchholtz
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)

Wed to Sun: 2 pm – 6 pm



Pierre & Victor Bourgeois
Exhibition in the framework of the exhibition 7 Arts (1922-1929) in CIVA.
A project by Iwan Strauven, Anne-Laure Iger and Christophe Terlinden.

18 Place du Châtelain
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)

Tue to Sat: 12 noon – 6 pm

Pere Llobera, Casper Westrik, 2017. Porcelain, glue and wooden box, 20 x 15 x 15 cm. OEuvre unique. Courtesy of Bombon Projects. Collection Edgard F. Grima.

Horta Museum

Horta Museum

La Fabrique de l’ornement 1860 –
Around the wallpaper and ornament, from the sketch to the final project in colour, the exhibition reveals the work of the ornamentalist.

27 Rue Américaine
1060 Brussels (Saint-Gilles)

Tue to Fri: 2 pm – 5:30 pm
Sat to Sun: 11 am – 5:30 pm

Design for jacquard woven fabric, 1902, United Kingdom
Pencil, gouache on paper, 41,5 x 39 cm, W6, nr. 6608.
Collection Marc Van Hoe

House of European history

House of European History

Murmurs from Within (ongoing
In her new installation-performance,
Ninar Esber invites you to coil up
underneath her skirt to hear the
murmurs of love letters written during the key moments that have marked European history.
Curated by Diana Wiegersma

135 Rue Belliard
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Opening on Sat 25, 10 am
Mon: 1 pm – 9 pm
Tue to Sun: 10 am – 6 pm

Ninar Esber, “Sur le toit de Pantin”, 2007, performance



Quantum. In Search of the Invisible
Artists include: Julieta Aranda, Diann Bauer, James Bridle, Juan Cortès, HRM199, Yunchul Kim, Lea  Porsager, Semiconductor, Suzanne Treister and Yu-Chen Wang.

30-34 Quai des Charbonnages
1080 Brussels (Molenbeek-Saint-Jean)

More info on opening hours & special
events on

James Bridle, A State of Sin (2018), installation // Yunchul Kim, Cascade (2018), detail of the installation



Savoir Faire
The perception of gestures is investigated as an act of  transformation triggered by the action of the hand empowering the knowhow.
Curated by Pierre Arese and Laurent Courtens

31 Boulevard de Waterloo
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Opening on Wed 22 April, 6:30 pm
Tue to Sat: 11 am – 6 pm

ISELP Arts Contemporains © Jules Toulet



Sarah & Charles – In the Hands of Puppets (Performance)
A performance about information fast food, vanity, fiction and the urge for affirmation, by the Brussels-based artist duo Sarah & Charles.
Tickets: € 14 / € 10 (to be booked in advance)
Wed 22 April, 8:30 pm

Sarah & Charles – In the Hands of Puppets (Video installation)
In this video installation, Sarah & Charles use the online ‘chat form’ to
research subjects like self-analysis, personality and social relations.
Wed 22 April: 7 pm – 11 pm
Fri 24 & Sat 25 April: 6 pm – 10 pm

81 Rue Notre-Dame du Sommeil
1000 Brussels (city centre)

In the Hands of Puppets © Sarah & Charles


Kanal - Centre Pompidou

It never ends
Swiss artist John M Armleder will take over the Showroom of the former garage on Place Sainctelette from 2 April until 1 November 2020 before KANAL is closed for renovation work.

21 Square Sainctelette
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Thu: 11 am – 10 pm
Fri to Sun: 11 am – 7 pm
Discount on presentation of your VIP card.

Collier Schorr – Brioni Fall Winter 2015 Campaign



Boy Breaking Glass
With dynamic and commanding
movement coupled with spell bounding rhythms, Boy Breaking Glass is a dance theatre ensemble piece inspired by the poem of the same name written by Gwendolyn Brooks – the first Black female poet in the United States to receive a Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. Choreography & direction Alesandra Seutin.

7 Quai aux Pierres de Taille
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Fri 24 April: 8 pm – 9 pm

© Johan Persson

La Loge - Sala Omnia

La Loge

Mona Vǎtǎmanu & Florin Tudor
Over the last two decades, Mona Vǎtǎmanu and Florin Tudor have developed a collaborative, research-based practice that looks into the material and formal manifestations of ideological change. Tracing the symbolic remains of power structures in the urban landscape and architecture, the duo critically engages with issues surrounding individual and collective memory in post-communist society.

86 Rue de l’Ermitage
1050 Brussels (Ixelles)

Opening Tue 21 April, 6 pm – 9 pm 

Extended opening hours during Art Brussels:
Wed 22 to Sat 25 April: 11 am – 7 pm

Sala Omnia, former congres hall of the Romanian Communist Party. Photo: Mona Vǎtǎmanu and Florin Tudor

La Verrière / Fondation d'entreprise Hermès

La Verrière / Fondation d'entreprise Hermès

Matters of Concern | Matières à panser
An exhibition series at La Verrière by Guillaume Désanges.

Musa nuit
An exhibition at La Verrière by Minia Biabiany.

50 Boulevard de Waterloo
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Opening Fri 24 April, 6 pm to 9 pm
Tue to Sat: 12 noon – 6 pm

© Minia Biabiany

Magritte Museum

Magritte Museum

Musée Magritte Museum, located in the heart of Brussels, brings together the world’s largest  collection of the renowned surrealist artist René Magritte: over 250 works and archives are displayed.

3 Rue de la Régence
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Mon – Fri: 10 am – 6 pm
Sat to Sun: 11 am – 6 pm

Duane Michals, Magritte Tipping Hat, 1965, Gelatin silver print. RMFAB, Brussels, inv. 12229. © succession of Michals Duane

Rene Magritte House

René Magritte House - Museum of Abstract Art

René Magritte House-Museum
Painter’s flat with the original furniture. Magritte painted there half of his oeuvre. On the upper floors a biographical exhibition presents archives and 30 originals works of the painter.

Museum of Abstract Art.
The Museum of Abstract Art is the first one in Belgium and the fourth in the world. The collection shows works of important Belgian artists
such as Georges Vantongerloo, Victor Servranckx and Pol Bury. More than 200 works on display.

135 & 137 Rue Esseghem
1090 Brussels (Jette)

Wed to Sun: 10 am – 6 pm
The entrance ticket gives access to both museums, 2€ discount on presentation of your VIP Card.

© René Magritte Museum

Maison des Arts

Maison des Arts

Alain Bornain and Myriam Hornard, two artists who never exhibited together before, will offer a set of
original works produced in connection with la Maison des Arts ; the recently restored 19th century house.
Curated by Véronique  Baccarini and Anne-Cécile Maréchal.

147 Chaussée d’Haecht
1030 Brussels (Schaerbeek)

Tue to Fri: 10 am – 5 pm
Sat to Sun: 11 am – 6 pm

Bibliothèque exposition Us Alain Bornain © Candice Athenais

Maison Gregoire

Maison Gregoire

De la Lenteur et de la Mesure
The project’s title, De la Lenteur et de la Mesure, refers to values and concepts implying a certain idea of caution and slowness, but also a form of resistance towards overproduction and  overconsumption. And it is indeed
through a slow-curating process that
the preparation of the exhibition has
unfolded, fueled by and expanding
through progressive encounters,
correspondances and coincidences.
Artists include: Béatrice Balcou,
Anaïs Chabeur, Ella de Burca,
Shankar Lestréhan, Tom Lowe,
Marianne Mispelaëre, Rokko Miyoshi,
Boris Thiébaut & Self Luminous

292 Dieweg
1180 Brussels (Uccle)

Special opening hours during Art
Brussels: Sat 25 April: 12 noon – 8 pm
Sun 26 April: 12 noon – 6 pm  (finissage)

Shankar Lestréhan, Once I had been being a stone, oil painting and ink on a series of wooden & mdf panels. variable dimensions, 2019


MIMA - Millenium Iconoclast Museum of Art

Artists include: Pablo Dalas, Finsta, Gasius, Steven Harrington, Laurent Impeduglia, Todd James, Rhys Lee, Piet Parra, Sawe Sawe, Ryan Travis, Egle Zvirblyte.
Curated by Alice van den Abeele and Raphaël Cruyt.

39-41 Quai du Hainaut
1080 Brussels (Molenbeek-Saint-Jean)

Wed to Fri: 10 am – 6 pm
Sat to Sun: 11 am – 7 pm

© MIMAmuseum 2019

Musée d'Ixelles

Musée d'Ixelles

Responding to the invitation of the
auction house Dorotheum, the Ixelles’ Museum unveils a selection of recent additions from contemporary artists. While presenting key artists from the
current Belgian art scene, actively
connected to the art market and its
networks of private collectors, this
selection also highlights specific
conditions and principles inherent to
the creation of a museum’s public
collection. Artists include: Edith Dekyndt, Dany Danino, Robert Devriendt, Jan Fabre, Michel François.

Dorotheum Auction House
13 Rue aux Laines
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Opening on Fri 24 April, 6 pm – 8 pm
Sat 25 April: 11 am – 3 pm
Sun 26 April: 12 noon – 3 pm

© Vincent Everarts

Musée Juif de Belgique

Musée Juif de Belgique

Superheroes Never Die.
Comics and Jewish Memories How are  superheroes born? The exhibition tells how the  American comic book has become inextricably linked with the tumultuous  dynamics of History.

21 Rue des Minimes
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Tue to Fri: 10 am – 5 pm
Sat to Sun: 10 am – 6 pm

© Nicolas Lobet

Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

Eleuthera – Sean Scully
The series Eleuthera from the years 2015-2017 revolves around a very
private subject: these 23 large-format oil paintings show Scully’s eight-year old son Oisín playing at the beach on the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas.

3 Rue de la Régence
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Tue to Fri: 10 am – 5 pm
Sat & Sun: 11 am – 6 pm

Sean Scully, Eleuthera



Algorithmic Bias
Algorithmic Bias is  concerned with the systems embedded within the internet and often created with in built social biases. The exhibited works explore, contextualise and criticise, the procedurally generated invisible rules that control our online and offline lives. Artists amongst others: Jacob Ciocci, Joel Holmberg, Jodi and Lynn Hershman Leeson.
Curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight

19 Rue de la Senne
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Opening on Wed 22 April, 6 pm
Special opening hours during Art
Brussels: Thu to Sun: 1:30 pm – 6 pm

Lyn Hershman, Cyborg 9, 1998

Sint Lukasgalerie


The Same As It Never Was
Site-specific installation presenting the work of five neo-conceptual Catalan artists. Artists include: Anna Dot, Enric Farres Duran, Eulalia Garcia, Josep Maynou and Carles Murillo.
Curated by Erich Weiss

116 Rue des Palais
1030 Brussels (Schaerbeek)

Special opening hours during Art
Wed to Sun: 11 am – 5 pm
Fri 24 April: 11 am – 9 pm

Victor Bourgeois la Cité Moderne 1924 ©AAM:CIVA


SMETS Brussels

Willie Stewart
In April 2020, Smets has decided to collaborate with Stewart and Know Wave on a month long installation in its Brussels location. The display will be taken from the large-scale installation Grand Ole Opera held at Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, NYC by Willie Stewart and his brother Brent in 2017.

68 Rue de Namur
1000 Brussels (city centre)

Opening Wed 22 April, 4 pm – 8 pm

Studio Philippe Vandenberg

Studio Philippe Vandenberg

Philippe Vandenberg was one of Belgium’s most radical artists. Supported by the Philippe Vandenberg Foundation, his oeuvre is now being rediscovered on an international level.
During Art Brussels,  exclusive guided visits to the studio of Philippe Vandenberg will be organised daily.

1080 Brussels (Molenbeek-Saint-Jean)
Exact address communicated after RSVP at

Guided visits:
Thu 23 & Fri 24: 10 am in French &
2 pm in Dutch
Sat 25 & Sun 26: 12 noon in French &
2 pm in Dutch

The children of Philippe Vandenberg, Guillaume, Hélène and Mo (from left to right), in his workshop in Sint-Jans-Molenbeek, Brussels, 2016 © Joke Floreal

Van Buuren Museum

Van Buuren Museum and Gardens

Arman: find the object
The retrospective exhibition of work by sculptor Arman invites visitors to discover his work throughout the home and the gardens.

41 Avenue Léo Errera
1180 Brussels (Uccle)

Mon to Sun: 2 pm – 5:30 pm
Closed on Tuesday


Walter Leblanc Foundation

Walter Leblanc Foundation

RESONANCE – Walter Leblanc & Keisuke Matsuura
Dialogue between artists Walter Leblanc and Keisuke Matsuura. The exhibition  explores the relationship between Art and natural  energy fields.
Curated by Keisuke Matsuura

1118 Chaussée de Gand
1082 Brussels (Berchem-Sainte-Agathe)

Opening Wed 22 April, 5 pm – 7 pm
Mon – Sat: 10 am – 5 pm

Walter Leblanc, Twisted Strings, 1965, fils de coton en latex blanc sur toile de coton, 65×65 cm


WIELS, Contemporary Art Centre

Today Is the First Day – Wolfgang
WIELS presents the first solo exhibition of Wolfgang Tillmans in Belgium. 
Curated by Devrim Bayar and Dirk Snauwaert

Monsoon Melody – Thao Nguyen
Phan Thao Nguyen Phan’s works draw from the rich and turbulent history of her native country, Vietnam.

354 Avenue Van Volxem
1190 Brussels (Forest))

Finissage Sun 26 April, 10 am – 6 pm
Thu to Sun: 11 am – 6 pm

Thao Nguyen Phan, video stills from Mute Grain, 2019. Three channel video installation, 15:45 mins, loop, black and white

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