The Antwerp-based artist paints colourful ideal worlds, building an ever-expanding dream universe that combines personal mythology with a close reading of art history.
The Antwerp painter has her first international solo exhibition at the Castor Gallery in London.
The work of the Antwerp-based duo raises questions about public space and society.
Flanders has only recently recognised the value of its historic theatre scenery. Experts are figuring out now how it can be preserved and best be used again.
The young Flemish artist is fascinated by what happens when natural and artificial objects meet, merge or exchange places.
Split up, passed on, sold and resold, many of the stained-glass windows of the Park Abbey near Leuven ended up in the USA. Now 21 of the 41 windows have been restored to the abbey's cloister.
The Belgian-Bolivian artist translates form and material into sound, building objects in clay and playing them to produce atmospheric soundscapes.
The Antwerp painter takes animals, plants, and sailing boats, and formalises them, creating motifs that repeat through his paintings.
In the 19th century, a very particular kind of tourist came to Flanders: foreigners looking for a quiet place to fight.
In the 19th century, rabbits from Flanders became a popular source of cheap meat for the poor of London. They came by boat, so they called them 'Ostend Rabbits'.
When Paris was besieged by Prussian troops in 1870, the French used hot air balloons to transport mail and people across enemy lines. They also landed in Belgium and the Netherlands.
De Keyser was a celebrity in Britain and in his native Belgium. He once owned the biggest hotel in London.
Too famous now to still be considered the rising star of Flemish art, Rinus Van de Velde brings a selection of his latest work to a high-profile show at Bozar in Brussels.