A portrait of Klaus Verscheure, known as director of many Flemish television series and lately making a name for himself as a visual artist.
Welcome to the surreal worlds of the Antwerp-based artist with Portuguese roots, whose characters’ hair blows with the wind.
Flanders has been synonymous with bicycle racing for many years, but is cycling truly ‘ours’, as one popular Flemish newspaper keeps claiming?
From Nazi Germany to the current refugee crisis: Hind Fraihi argues antisemites have always found ways to blame the Jews.
What are those Low Countries actually that we are always talking about? Editor-in-chief Luc Devoldere explains.
Works of art along the motorway: the cross of Fabre, chaos and a cyclops.
The Low Countries are the only area in the world where nearly every city and most large towns are home to a carillon.
Jos De Gruyter and Harald Thys converted the Belgian Pavilion into a folk museum that spotlights humankind.
Reflecting on Leonardo da Vinci’s death, 500 years ago, Luc Devoldere makes a few comments on the notion of the uomo universale.
What's at stake on Sunday? Political scientist Herwig Reynaert is looking ahead.
The festival season has barely started, but, already, the Ghent artist with Caribbean roots seems to be making her mark this year.