Art gives voice to the voiceless and fame to the ignored. You can learn various forms of art from dancing to sketching in Brussels. There are designated classes, drama workshops, and art events in Brussels for the same. If you just want to be a mere spectator you can attend theatre events and art exhibitions in Brussels too.
Ever wanted to volunteer in those nukkad, nataks or street shows? Wish to learn the basics of painting? Well, just explore through the art & theatre events in Brussels.
Brussels is the capital of Belgium. This cosmopolitan city boasts of its diverse cultures yet retain its unique character in the European Union. French and Flemish are both spoken here as its versatility extends to the myriad attractions that attract travelers. With more than 80 Brussels art museums of varied themes and Grand Place acclaimed as the UNESCO heritage site, art in Brussels showcases everything from Magritte, conceptual, contemporary art to iconoclastic outsider art, or the Flemish Primitive art. Brussel’s world-famous educational and inspirational museums range from chocolate to beer, flowers to fine arts, musical instruments to comics. The Royal Museum of Fine Arts is a famous Brussels art museum that invites visitors to wander through its western art galleries, remarkable collections of artworks from Southern Netherlands and Belgium. The Magritte Museum is an interactive Brussels art museum that has an extensive display of the works of the surrealist artist Rene’ Magritte that give a wonderful insight into Belgian psyche and the art in Brussels. The Old Master’s museum has a remarkable collection of masterpieces by artists from the 15th to 18th century.
Art enthusiasts can look out for the best of the contemporary art in the art gallery Brussels that showcase works of emerging as well as established national and international artists. Whether you’re a discerning collector, art lover or just a curious visitor, these art galleries in Brussels offer a philosophical and aesthetic experience. Xavier Hufkens is wholly dedicated to contemporary art where works of both legendary, as well as contemporary artists, can be found. Almine Rech is an impressive Parisian gallery where artists can express their creative talents freely. Greta Meert Gallery can be found in the Art Noveau building that has a selection of conceptual and minimal art from the 1970s.
The urban landscape of the city has been recreated by its street art in Brussels. The colorful tags, stencils, stickers or calligraphy on the walls represent the voice of this ever-evolving city. The fresco painting of Facade HMI- Manneken Peace is found in Rue du Chene. The unique murals of Costik facade in rue Heyvaert incorporate components of 3D. Maternity by Polish artist Sainer is a mural in 3D found in Bd Simon Bolivar. Solo Cink’s calligraphy represents organized chaos through the art of extraordinary experimentation.
Art collectors, international public, stunning venues make Brussels a hub for contemporary art. Bozar, Villa Empain, the Vanhaerents Collection, The WIELS, the MIMA and the Centrale For Contemporary Art contribute to the richness of the art scene in Brussels. The Affordable art Fair of Brussels hosts 90 Belgian and international galleries and includes art talks, children activities, and workshops. The Accessible Art Fair of Bozar is a prestigious platform for discovering art through the eyes of the artists, sculptors, and designers. Art Expo Brussels is an exhibition featuring Prints in the Age of Bruegel which trace the artistic success story of printmaking. Kunstenfestivaldesarts is an international festival that is resolutely urban in character. A series of plastic art pieces along with dance, theatre, cinema by notable artists take place in various art centers of Brussels. Among the upcoming art events, Brussels Art Fair is a leading art fair that brings the treasures of 133 art galleries from sixteen countries under one roof. Explore more such art events in Brussels by visiting AllEvents.in