After eleven years of renovations, the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp is opening its doors once again. It intends to assume a leading role in the Flemish museum scene.
Autobiographical comics are her trademark, but even in a book about the classical philosopher Hipparchia, Barbara Stok arrives at a theme that also resonates in her other work: the need for a conscious and simple life.
Jan van Eyck
Dutch artist Elise ’t Hart captures everyday sounds in order to share them through installations that evoke a highly sensitive experience.
Whereas Verhoeven often uses satire and hyperbole, Van Warmerdam is the king of absurdism and understatement.
On the Shoulders of the Old Masters
The Flemish film policy of the past twenty years is finally bearing fruit.
The Japanese-Flemish artist Lisa Spilliaert wonders whether something as factual as genealogy research leaves room for fiction and fantasy.
At a time when the world of printing and typography was still a very male domain, the female graphic designer Fré Cohen occupied a unique place.
The previously unknown self-portrait by the Dutch artist was found on the back of another of his paintings.
Forgotten Female Painters
The retrospective Wish I Were Here by the Dutch photographer shows an eventful and intimate history.
The Dutch documentary maker made a portrait of her Jewish mother, who has not left the house for about three decades due to phobias.
Globe Aroma provides support to refugees, migrants and illegal immigrants in their art whilst giving them the opportunity to discover a wide range of cultural offerings in Brussels.
With its large collection of works from the Golden Age, Mauritshuis is one of the most important museums in the Netherlands. Important but not without controversy.
The Royal Library of Belgium published a new reference work on its collection of Flemish and Dutch drawings from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century.
An abandoned sixteenth-century chapel in Ghent was given a new lease of life thanks to internationally renowned artist Berlinde de Bruyckere.
Unique works of art all about reproduction processes: the wonderful paradox at play in the work of Dutch artist Jaya Pelupessy.
The city held the title in 2000 but did not make an overwhelming impression on the outside world.
Portrait of a “bastard” who searches for his identity through art. ‘The stage is the only place where I get space.’
Thirteen Flemish artists and cultural organisations have been awarded an Ultima for their outstanding contributions.
Kevin Bauer's sculptures are utilitarian objects that you can't use.
Students from two British Universities translated an excerpt from a theatre production by Flemish actor, writer, rapper and podcaster Rashif El Kaoui.