In the Arsenal district in Etterbeek, the iconic “the Brilliant” handbag welcomes visitors to the new Delvaux museum.
Brussels has got its own museum dedicated to Culture 2.0, or the new forms of urban art: The Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art (MIMA), established in the former Belle-Vue breweries in Molenbeek.
Maroesjka Lavigne was awarded first prize in the category professional landscape photography in the Sony World Photography Awards.
According to the American travel magazine Travel + Leisure, today our capital can easily compete with London, Paris, Berlin and New York.
On 15 April the Italian Associazione Nazionale Critici Musicali awarded its Franco Abbiati Awards again.
With 767,355 visitors in 2015, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium (KMSKB) are in the top 100 of most visited art museums in the world.