The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp collaborates with partner organisations such as the Flemish Art Collection and tZUID.

Flemish Art Collection 

The Flemish Art Collection is a structural cooperation project between three large art-historical museums in Flanders: the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp, Groeninge Museum in Bruges and the Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent. Since 2001, these three museums have been collaborating as partners in the management of Flanders cultural heritage. However, this responsibility extends beyond the regional borders of Flanders, as the collections of the museums include pieces that also belong to the global cultural heritage.
In terms of content, the three museums are highly complementary. Together, they offer a unique and representative sample of Flemish art from the 15th to the 21st centuries. By joining forces in this way, the three partner museums strive to manage their Flemish and global cultural heritage in a more sustainable and qualitative way and to enhance its international status.


tZuid is a partnership between four museums located in Antwerp's South quarter. Antwerp's South quarter ('Het Zuid') offers a unique concentration of institutions in the field of the visual arts: the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp, the Photo Museum (FoMu), the Fashion Museum (MoMu), M HKA and numerous internationally renowned galleries. tZuid strives to promote this cultural biotope more widely. Image culture and art are the central focus.


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