For the 10th year in succession, the Foundation is exhibiting some of its works at the BRAFA. Come and discover a unique painting by the young Anthony van Dyck and a self-portrait by Jordaens. This year, the Foundation has also been invited to host the BRAFA Art Talks at its stand. From 21st to 29th January.

A number of works from our collections are the stars of current temporary exhibitions, notably at the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Royal Academy of Arts in London, as well as in our own museums here in Belgium.

The Mercator Fund has published an essay by Dominique Allard, Director of the King Baudouin Foundation. The essay reaffirms the importance of private collectors and donors in preserving our heritage.

The next few days will be decisive for five young prize-winners of the Platform for Education and Talent who, as of today, are participating in the Euroskills competition in Goteborg, Sweden.

Luc Tuymans has selected our Squelette regardant chinoiseries for his exhibition on Ensor at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.

A reliquary, a ring and a bishop’s crozier from the Treasure of Oignies will be shown as part of an exhibition devoted to the influence of Jerusalem on medieval art at the prestigious Metropolitan Museum of New York.