Key exhibition from 28 sep. 2019 to 23 feb. 2020

Ensor, Magritte, Alechinsky...

Masterpieces from the Musée d'Ixelles

This exhibition is an invitation to explore pathways in Belgian art, moving through a selection of masterpieces from the Musée d'Ixelles collection (Brussels).


This panorama, casting a light on the main currents from fin-de-siècle Belgium to the aftermath of the Second World War, illustrates the charged richness and unique character of the period. Oscillating between international influences and specifically local concerns, between a deep attachment to the physical and a fertile propensity for the imaginary, Belgian art reveals itself to be a hymn to modernity, freedom and non-conformity.

Morren, Femme épinglant son chapeau, 1901 © Collections du musée d'Ixelles - Bruxelles
Jan Toorop, Dame à l'ombrelle © Collections du musée d'Ixelles - Bruxelles
Anto Carte, Maternité © Collections du musée d'Ixelles - Bruxelles

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