Anima, the Brussels International Animation Film Festival, will take place from 25 February to 6 March in a new hybrid form: in theatres at Flagey, Palace, Kinograph and the Cinematek, other decentralized locations in Flanders and Wallonia, as well as online on the Anima Online platform.
July 2021. A week after my Eindhoven escapade featuring the DAF Museum and a night at Hotel Mariënhage, I travelled to Utrecht for a culinary weekend with Steve. At that time, the Netherlands were very liberal concerning coronavirus countermeasures. That was both concerning and liberating at the time.
The museums of the City of Antwerp are preparing to welcome visitors with open arms in 2022, while ensuring of the safety of the public and staff. Many of the exhibitions that opened in autumn 2021 will continue into 2022.
Autumn 2021. In theory we could travel to other continents, but destinations we had in mind such as Japan or the United Kingdom were impossible to plan ahead. Instead we organised a rail trip to Eastern Europe, travelling to Berlin, Gdańsk, Wrocław, Karlovy Vary, Pilsen, Bratislava, Poprad, Vienna, Linz and Salzburg. By travelling to Germany,…
On Thursday, Jaouad Alloul and his fiancé Jeroen Vanluyten opened their exhibition ‘In The Mood For Love‘ in Brussels.
1 December is World AIDS Day, a day where the world focuses on the pandemic which has now been lasting for forty years. To mark this anniversary, Bob Reijnders is holding an exhibition called ‘81 | 21 exposed‘. From 4 to 31 December in Antwerp.
From 2 December 2021 to 2 January 2022, the exhibition in Brussels ‘In The Mood For Love‘ gender, (homo)sexuality, intimacy, consent and love between men. Artist and entrepreneur Jaouad Alloul wants to open up minds regarding male (homo)sexuality.
The ‘Tracks to Modernity‘ exhibition at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium in the royal and political heart of Brussels is part of Europalia Trains & Tracks. After the Orient-Express exhibition at Train World, this is the second Europalia activity I attend.
In the summer of 2021, the NMBS / SNCB via Train World and the Wallonia-Brussels Federation (officially the French Community in Belgium) held an art exhibition by Myriam Louyest in the Royal Salon of Brussels-Central Railway Station.
Until 13 March 2022, you can visit the ‘Masculinities: Liberation through Photography‘ exhibition at FOMU, Antwerp‘s photography museum. It was previously on display at the Barbican Centre in London.