Called Biotopia, a contraction of Biotope and Utopia, this exhibition plunges us into the universe of the living beings
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.
From 26 September, the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces will host an exhibition dedicated to a period that has often been hidden, namely the Roaring Twenties, which were actually 'Roaring' o
Ostend and James Ensor (1860-1949) are inextricably linked. James Ensor loved his native city, which was both his muse and his source of inspiration.