Pop music sung in dialect is on the march in the Netherlands. Why?
A new and younger generation in Belgian music is taking over the torch from the established order.
Portrait of a Flemish metal band that far exceeds the genre and puts bandages on gaping wounds.
Henriette Louwerse, Director of Dutch Studies and Senior Lecturer in Dutch at the University of Sheffield, argues for an open and inclusive approach towards the Dutch language.
The work of the Flemish priest and poet Guido Gezelle has repeatedly been linked with both British and American literature and culture. And not without reason.
Built on a former mining site, creative hub C-mine is more than a reminder of the underground past.
Which objects are we talking about exactly? Who claims them? And what should be done with them in the country of origin?
The oldest working planetarium in the world can be found in Franeker in the Dutch province of Friesland: the Royal Eise Eisinga Planetarium.
Private residence, Russian embassy, and headquarters of a TV station. Villa Empain in Brussels has been all of these.
Four hundred years after his birth, Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar is staging the first retrospective of his diverse oeuvre.
He is best known as "the man who escaped from prison in a chest of books". But thanks to a new biography, we know that the seventeenth-century scholar was much more than that.
On the eve of the First World War, three Dutch friends believed they could make the world a better place by walking around the globe and propagating socialism in Esperanto.
The Dutch documentary maker made a portrait of her Jewish mother, who has not left the house for about three decades due to phobias.
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.