In Brussels you can visit a beautiful retrospective of the versatile, successful and innovative Renaissance artist Bernard van Orley (c. 1488-1541) until 26 May. He worked for clients such as Charles V and Margaret of Austria.
Four hundred years after his birth, Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar is staging the first retrospective of his diverse oeuvre.
Henry Van de Velde became famous as an architect. But little known is that he started as a painter. From a new catalogue raisonné emerges the picture of an artist who struggled with social status and innovation in his craft.
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 Dutch artist wonders whether she can translate the spatial aspect of her installations into something that could simply hang on the wall, like a painting.
The Cathedral crypt has been extensively adapted for visitors to experience the artwork’s history, via new visual technology.
Five hundred years, ago painter Albrecht Dürer travelled through the Low Countries. That journey is now coming to life in an exhibition, several books and his own diary entries.
The artist dismantles stereotypes about women and people of colour.
The Antwerp painter takes animals, plants, and sailing boats, and formalises them, creating motifs that repeat through his paintings.
'Mirror of Reality’ is the first comprehensive overview of nineteenth-century Dutch painting, set within the context of the international art world.
The painting style of this young Dutch artist is as dynamic as her images are still.
The young Dutch artist is as fascinated by famous paintings as he is by trivial images.
Klaus Verscheure is known as director of many Flemish television series. Lately he is making a name for himself as a visual artist.
The Flemish painter lets you lose yourself in the multiplicity of the world at his first solo exhibition.