Our works star in several current exhibitions

9th of January 2017

L’écorché (the Flayed one) by Louis Van Lint is one of the flagship works in the exhibition Moderniteit à la belge (Modernity Belgian style) on show until 22 January at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium in Brussels.

Luc Tuymans selected our Squelette regardant chinoiseries(Skeleton looking at chinoiseries) for the Ensor exhibition he curated for the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Until 29 January, 2017. Read more

The famous mitre of Jacques de Vitry, part of the Treasure of Oignies is currently on loan to the Victoria & Albert Museum in London for its exhibition Opus Anglicanum: Masterpieces of English Medieval Embroidery. Until February 5, 2017. Read more

Five works from the Neiryck Collection are on show in Ostend until 14 February 2017. The Galeries Vénitiennes, ideally located on the sea front, host an exhibition of abstract art in Belgium that includes works by Mortier, Drybergh, Van Lint and Vandercam.

The King Baudouin Foundation has loaned fourteen preparatory drawings by Flemish sculptors from the 17th and 18th centuries to the Istituto Centrale per la Grafico in Rome. These works form part of the collection that belonged to antique dealer Charles Van Herck, which was acquired by the King Baudouin Foundation in 1996. The exhibition Alla luce di Roma (In the light of Rome) is on show until 26 February 2017.

The artistic heritage of Didier Comès, pioneer of strip cartoons in Belgium and poet of the Ardennes, has now been entrusted to the Piconrue Museum of Bastogne. A fascinating exhibition of his work is on show until 17 April 2017. Read more