Exhibition spaces are like an empty canvas which you can fill with different ideas and colours. Brussels has a strong cultural agenda and each year they add something more enriching to it.
Brussels generally has a huge variety of exhibitions on display at any time. The city has and always will contribute massively to preserving Belgian culture, heritage, history and traditions. The museum, galleries and exhibitions in the city put forward diverse artworks of Belgian and international artists which fall under various categories such as art, technology, industry, science, folklore, literature, history and much more.
Brussels Expo - Plateau du Heysel (French) holds about hundred events each year which is visited by about 2 million visitors. The Brussels Expo Group has expanded the realm of its activities and has got the responsibility of managing La Madeleine, in the city centre. Also, the Brussels Expo plays a key role in the NEO project and also has a potential to enhance its scope in future.
Address: Place de Belgique 1, BE, 1020 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 474 8277
Square Brussels meeting Centre is located in Mont-des-Artes which is an area combining culture, business and leisure. The Meeting Centre holds the first star of the Eco-dynamic label and also is awarded by the Brussels Environment agency. It is further working towards the goal of achieving improvising their sustainability and infrastructure and services.
Address: Glass Entrance, Mont des Arts, B, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 515 1300
Tour and Taxis (French: Tour et Taxis) is a large industrial site in Brussels. It contains large warehouses and offices and has a spacious central hall. The buildings on the site are constructed out of brick, glass and wrought iron, and are similar to those of the 19th century architecture. It is currently renovated and now includes Couleur Café, the Brussels Design Market, and also an office space. It is located at the Brussels Canal and is neighboring to the Sint-Jans-Molenbeek which makes it an accessible site.
Address: Avenue du Port 86c
B, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 426 1222
WIELS is a reputed and an important institution for contemporary art in Europe. It displays temporary exhibitions of art created by budding and established national and international artists. WIELS is also a place for creation and dialogue, mainly in the spectrums of art and architecture through the exhibitions, programme, and a number of complementary activities. The place was inaugurated in the year 2007, and has displayed more than about 50 exhibitions. Also, WEILS has organised numerous educational and socio-artistic projects and activities.
Address: Contemporary Art Centre, Av. Van Volxemlaan 354, 1190 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 426 1222
Located under a railway track, the Recyclart is literally a place where you recycle things to make art. Officially opened in 2000, it is one of the most important places in the city where you can have a look at the latest arts scene. They exhibit things like paintings, photography, architecture projects, etc. You can also visit its bar and restaurant which serves a variety of dishes from all around the world.
Address: Gare Bruxelles-Chapelle 25, Rue des Ursulines, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 502 5734
The Centrale For Contemporary Art was initiated in 2006 and strives to convey the contemporary art to as many people as possible. They house art in all its forms like the multimedia arts, performances, plastic, video, installations, decorative arts, etc. They also host exhibitions for young and upcoming artists at an experimental platform.
Address: Place Sainte-Catherine 44 Sint-Katelijneplein, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 279 6435/52
Situated at the 49 Rue du Châtelain, the Maison Particulière asbl is a flourishing private contemporary art centre in Brussels, which was founded by Myriam and Amaury de Solages, a young couple from the city. Here they have exhibited their own art collection and also the artworks from other art collectors.
Address: Rue du Châtelain 49, 1050 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 649 8178
The BELvue museum lies in the heart of Brussels and is administer by the King Baudouin Foundation. The museum is devoted to the history of Belgium and its monarchy. It showcases the history of the country by presenting artefacts in chronological order since the year 1830. They have rooms dedicated to themes like prosperity, pluralism, democracy, solidarity, migration, language and Europe.
Address: Place des Palais 7, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 545 0800