The Dutch artist is not afraid to unravel the loose threads that constitute the fabric of society.
Dutch installation artist Gabey Tjon a Tham is intrigued by the similarities between nature and technology.
The Rotterdam-based duo explores the human dimension in technology with interactive design.
Antwerp painter Jules Schmalzigaug (1882-1917) deserves more prominence in the canon of the European avant-garde.
The Flemish painter lets you lose yourself in the multiplicity of the world at his first solo exhibition.
With her latest publication, the Dutch photographer Awoiska van der Molen continues her own modest search for places of human origin.
The young Dutch sculptor reimagines what seems so common and known to us.
The Nigerian-Belgian artist is always searching for the connections between the world and bodies, poverty and enrichment, Africa and Europe. Her works are in international demand.
Flemish soprano Lisa Mostin sings the most coveted parts in the opera repertoire, from Stuttgart to Ramallah and from Amsterdam to Berlin.
Whenever Verrijt arrives somewhere, he immediately erects a new work on-site, often recycling discontinued pieces.
The artist dismantles stereotypes about women and people of colour.
Jonas Vansteenkiste creates spaces that are best described as ‘mental environments’. He invites the audience to enter.
Dutch biodesigner Emma van der Leest researches how she can make sustainable materials with bacteria and algae. Her work is part of the group exhibition Polarities, on show at MU in Eindhoven until 1 March 2020.
The Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art wants to present “cultural history 2.0”. That's why it has been rethought as a computer game.
A digital reading of Berndnaut Smilde's renowned cloud sculptures 'Nimbus 2'.
In the video essays of Vera Mennens, art and research coexist, as do landscapes and archives.