The art deco chalice donated to the King Baudouin Foundation in 2013 is on show at the M-Museum in Leuven, until 12 July 2015. This modern liturgical piece was designed by the Benedictine monk Dom Martin and made by the Maison Wolfers Frères.

The Espace René Carcan, in partnership with the King Baudouin Foundation, is presenting a series of works submitted by candidates for the 2014 International René Carcan Prize for Printmaking. No less than 90 engravings will be on show at the BELvue Museum until 22 March 2015.

Thanks to support from the Heritage Foundation, the Groeninge Museum in Bruges has been enriched with a testimony to the art of Bruges manuscript illumination. This pre-Van Eyck manuscript has been the subject of extensive research. The result of this research is now presented as part of the exhibition The Bowet Book of Hours. A Bruges Masterpiece.

To mark its 60th anniversary, the BRAFA has asked the King Baudouin Foundation to honour the Belgian collector.

Middlemarch has taken the initiative to exhibit two collages created by Robert Motherwell, part of the Jos Knaepen collection, and to show them alongside works by young artists inspired by them.