Have a look at the exhibitions that are still in the pipeline.
From 10 March 2017 until 2 July 2017 at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium in Brussels
For the first time, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Antwerp bring together in one exhibition the most important collection of works by the illustrious Belgian artist of the early 20thcentury. A prominent figure in Brabant’s Fauvism, Rik Wouters brought us brilliant and colorful art.
From 24 March 2017 until 2 July 2017 at the Rockox House Museum
In the 16th century a new genre of painting arose: the landscape. Artists initially painted landscapes as backdrops for biblical or mythological scenes. Gradually, they developed infinite variations on the theme, with cityscapes, mountain views, panoramas, depictions of hell and seascapes becoming subjects in their own right. This exhibition includes works by Joachim Patinir, Jan Massijs, Pieter Bruegel I, Jan Brueghel I, Paul Bril, Roelant Savery and Salomon van Ruysdael.
A collaboration with the Rockox House and the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister Dresden
From 19 May 2017 until 20 August 2017 at MAS
Great art needs no explanation in order to touch us and even change us. The exhibition
Ontmoetingen/Encounters is about this experience, which transcends time and culture.
A collaboration between the KMSKA and the MAS.
Dier en kunst
From 15 May 2017 until 15 October 2017 at the Castle of Hingene
Van Beselaere (working title)
In the summer of 2017 at Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens
Kleinsculptuur (working title)
From September 2017 at Middelheimmuseum
Vlaamse portretten (working title)
From 7 September 2017 until 8 January 2018 at Mauritshuis in The Hague
Roep om rechtvaardigheid
From 23 March 2018 until 24 June 2018 at Bourgondisch stadspaleis / Hof van Busleyden in Mechelen