Posters, postcards, press cartoons... more than 200 images trace the history of Belgium's political and popular imagery.
In an interview on Belgian television in 1959, Audrey Hepburn said: "I was born here in Brussels, and I am very happy about that".
From 22 March to 21 July, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts are hosting a vast exhibition by the artist Wim Delvoye.
Antwerp was the world centre for the printed image in Bruegel's day.
When Bernard van Orley emerged in Brussels (circa 1488), Western Europe was undergoing a major political, cultural, spiritual and artistic revolution.
The travelling exhibition celebrating Leonardo da Vinci's genius presents the world's largest collection of models and runs until 12 May at the Museum of Walloon Life in Liège.