January 30, 2016
Brussels ' prestigious art and antique fair is running till tomorrow; here's your chance to acquire this bronze statue of Tintin and Snowy aka Kuifje en Bobbie or Tintin et Milou, made by sculptor Nat Neujean
January 27, 2016
January 22, 2016
January 14, 2016
Near the Palace of Justice and across the street from the Church Notre Dame du Sablon in Brussels, the small park at the Petit Salon/ Kleine Zavel is surrounded by columns with bronze statues representing the guilds and craftsmen in appropriate attire and carrying their tools.
A little jewel.
January 10, 2016
January 04, 2016
If you have not yet seen the exhibitions organized in the Europalia Turkey context, it is time to hurry over to Brussels' Bozar !
Anatolia till January 17
"More than two hundred archaeological treasures, miniatures, fabrics and sculptures from prestigious Turkish museums are on view for the very first time here in Brussels. They give an intriguing overview of the civilisations which came together hundreds of years ago, succeeded one another and merged in Anatolia. In this exhibition you find out what unites Hittites and Ottomans, Christians and Muslims, or the Phrygian goddess Cybele and the Olympian gods. In Anatolia you discover the age-old relationship between rituals and cults relating to the cosmos, nature, the gods and their relationship with people, from prehistoric times right up until the twentieth century".
Imangine Istanbul till January 24
"For centuries Istanbul has exercised a magical power of attraction on photographers, filmmakers, writers and musicians from home and abroad. In the exhibition Imagine Istanbul, alongside photos by the Turkish–Armenian Magnum photographer Ara Güler -the ‘Eye of Istanbul’- you can also see works by Henri Cartier-Bresson and the Turkish-Dutch ‘Photographer of the Fatherlands’ Ahmet Polat. Europalia sent the Belgian Magnum photographer Bieke Depoorter to Istanbul. She returned with powerful images of the legendary city on the Bosporus. The exhibition itself is laid out in the form of a photographic circuit, with new compositions by the French musician Débruit, films, interviews with, amongst others, Orhan Pamuk and installations by contemporary artists such as Ayşe Erkmen, Sophie Calle and Kasper Bosmans".
January 02, 2016
How 'bout starting the year on an optimistic note with something typically Belgian and something everyone likes? A colorful note by our oldest living cartoonist Marc Sleen (born in 1922) on a wall in Antwerp should do the trick. This wall with Sleen's most famous character Nero who embarks on a journey to the North Pole adds to the charm of the well known Kloosterstraat.