Exhibitions

An exhibition devoted to Antoine Mortier is currently on show at the Tsinghua University Art Museum in Beijing. A fascinating dialogue between the Brussels painter’s works in Indian ink and traditional and contemporary Chinese paintings created with the same technique.

A new take on Christian Dotremont, a leading 20th century Belgian artist, and his links with surrealism. This exhibition is a testament to the richness of Dotremont’s archival collection, donated to the King Baudouin Foundation by his brother, Guy Dotremont.

The Private Art Support Foundation is presenting a retrospective of the work of Jan Yoors that it recently acquired. ‘Jan Yoors, Photography 1934-1975: a selective overview’ is hosted by the Delen Private Bank, one of the PASFoundation’s new corporate partners.

Until March 1st 2020, the Doges’ Palace is holding a fringe exhibition to the Venice Biennale with masterpieces from Flemish collections. Among the exhibits are a silver ensemble designed by Rubens and the terracotta sculpture Apollon et Python by Artus I Quellinus, two masterpieces from the King Baudouin Foundation’s collection.

This summer there are no fewer than 10 exhibitions in which you can discover a selection of works from the King Baudouin Foundation, seen from a different perspective.

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