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6/5/2019

The first part of the house was already built in 1455, making it one of the oldest in Brussels. Erasmus lived here for a mere 5 months in 1521 but hey... he did live here.

Our guide Sarah was very knowledgeable and told us a lot of interesting stories.

A copy of the orig...

6/5/2019

I have already wanted to come here since the museum's reopening in 2018 and now I finally made it (Lille is only an easy 35 minute train ride away). The building is constructed in the Art Deco style and currently houses the local Fine Arts Museum. Here you see impressi...

9/2/2019

The Esther Verhaeghe Gallery on Place Chatelain currently shows an exhibition by one of my favourite Belgian artists whom I've been following more or less from the beginning: Lea Belooussovitch (you really write her name like this). Until February 16th.

The works of thi...

9/2/2019


Last weekend at the World Press Photo Awards in Rotterdam (because silly me did not manage to get there when it was on display in Liege (or was it just an excuse to visit Rotterdam again?)).

This contest, which is now one of the most prestigious in the world was starte...

27/1/2019

Yesterday, for the first time ever, I finally made it to the Mayer van den Bergh Museum in Antwerp (after doing some shopping in the city). What a discovery! And why have I not come here before?? Definitely a must-see.

You are greeted by a portrait of the young Fritz va...

30/12/2018

Apparently Vienna is always a good idea during the Christmas season (I agree) and if you can visit a fabulous Breugel (the Elder) exhibition on top of that there is not much that will beat this trip.

Until January 13th. Remember to buy your ticket (with time slot) upfro...

13/11/2018

Here you see the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nice and this is actually just the staircase but it's so pretty that I decided to photograph it as well. As a bonus you also have a killer view of the city from the rooftop terrace.

Cesar likes to crush things (e...

15/10/2018

Lucas Cann makes wonderful portraits with a twist.

Katti Borré shows us the skyscape of Buenos Aires here and even though she did change the sky and some other elements a little bit the city itself is actually as you see it.

Bobby Viaud actually worked in the fashion ind...

16/9/2018

I did not manage to visit the new Street Art Temple yesterday (because it only opens again today 😜) but I did manage to visit the Meessens De Clercq Gallery that celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. Happy birthday!

If you leave light sensitive paper kind of scrun...

8/5/2018

Are you still looking for a nice place to visit during this upcoming long weekend? How about Lyon? Beautiful, medieval city with a wonderful Basilica on top of the hill, lots of other superb buildings, great food and nice art.

This is the painting that welcomes you in t...

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