Nestled in a former Carmelite convent, the photography museum of Charleroi is one of the most important European museums dedicated to the medium.
The Abbey of Stavelot will host the exhibition The Legendary National Geographic until 24 January 2021. Visitors will be surrounded by 130 years of travel and exploration.
Following on from the Rubens exhibition in Antwerp in 2018 and Bruegel in Brussels in 2019, it is now the turn of Ghent to showcase a painter. The Museum of Fine Arts (MSK) is hosting "Van Eyck.
With an unprecedented level of precision and historical accuracy, the exhibition, dedicated to the son of Akhenaten who died 33 centuries ago at the age of 18, will be in Liège until 30 May 2020.
For fans of the '80s, don't miss the retrospective dedicated to Keith Haring at Bozar. Immerse yourself in 1980s New York with this artist, who was close to Andy Warhol.
"PUNK GRAPHICS. Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die" gives the public an opportunity to explore the visual language of the Punk movement from the 1970s to the 1980s.