EXHIBITIONS

CINEMATEK - Exhibition

Lines and Moving Images


Art Nouveau and Art Deco on-screen

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From March 1 to March 31

In honour of the BANAD festival, Cinematek is organizing an exposition on the subject of moving images of the art nouveau and art deco heritage in Brussels. The film archive itself is closely related to this theme, as the museum is situated in what used to be the hall for decorative arts of Victor Horta's Palais des Beaux Arts. Come and discover how both art movements influenced the medium of film in all its aspects and how several directors have tried to capture its spirit on moving images.


Practical Information

Address : Rue Baron Horta 9, 1000 Brussels

Price : Free

When : From the 1st till the 31st of March 




Timetable : here

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HORTA MUSEUM - Exhibition

 The Collectors' Collection at the Horta Museum

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From March 14 to June 30

From March 14 to June 30, the Horta Museum exhibits some unpublished works from the private collections of Gustave Serrurier-Bovy, Paul Hankar, Victor Horta, Henry van de Velde. Elisabeth Horth also beautifully revives their works with her embroideries. At the same time, a selection of works from the Art & History Museum, located in the Jubilee Park in Brussels, completes the collections of Japanese art in the private home of the great architect, Victor Horta. 


​Practical Information

Address : Rue Américaine 25, 1060 Brussels

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Sándor Nagy: Woman with instrument - Image of a stained-glass window for the Palace of Culture of Marosvásárhely around 1913. Collection of Sándor Nagy of Gödöllő © György Darabos – Kieselbach Galéria
Sándor Nagy: Woman with instrument - Image of a stained-glass window for the Palace of Culture of Marosvásárhely around 1913. Museum collection of Gödöllő © György Darabos – Kieselbach Galéria

Hungarian Art Nouveau: Artists' Colony of Gödöllő

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From March 21 to May 2

 
Őriné Nagy Cecília – curator


Joint exhibition of the Balassi Institute in Brussels and the City Museum of Gödöllő about the Artists' Colony of Gödöllö.

In 1901 Aladár Körösfői-Kriesch together with his friend and brother-in-law, Sándor Nagy, founded their colony in Gödöllő. Their principles summed up what they learned and experienced during their Roman and Parisian studies, but also relied on the heritage of the English Pre-Raphaelites, endorsing John Ruskin and Willian Morris's intentions to renew art. Gödöllő was a popular royal holiday resort at that time, its beautiful natural environment, its good transportation, its proximity to Budapest proved to be an appropriate place for the artists to settle.

The newly come artists were creating in all fields of art. Their intention was to make life more beautiful by their creations. Besides their major works of art, they also designed unique, artistically-designed objects of applied arts. They created an exquisite work of wall-decorations (fresco, glass painting, mosaic sgraffiti art), which made their efforts even more widespread. We can find their most beautiful works in Budapest, as well as in cities of the former Austro - Hungarian Monarchy.

They lived in a community, in which we can recognise the lifestyle-reforming efforts of the beginning of the 20th century. Vegetarian meals, everyday sport, reformed clothing, natural medicine, classical and contemporary literary readings, home- concerts were all parts of their daily lives.

The joint exhibition of the Balassi Institute in Brussels and the City Museum of Gödöllő wishes to draw attention to a special section of the Hungarian Art Nouveau, when presenting the Artists' Colony of Gödöllő, bringing new both in their lifestyle and art.


​Practical Information

 Address : Institut Balassi - Trurenbergh 10, 1000 Brussels

Price : Free

When : From March 21 to May 2 2019

Timetable : here

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Villa Empain - Exposition
Flamboyant


'Art de Vivre' in the Thirties

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From March 28 to August 24


On Friday evening March 29th 2019, Explore.Brussels and Villa Empain invite you for an exclusive visit of the new exhibition "Flamboyant". More information will follow.

​Practical Information

Address : Villa Empain - Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 67, 1050 Brussels

When : From March 28th until August 24th 2019

​Visit BANAD​ : Friday 29th of March 2019

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