An interactive walking route aims to bring the Olympic past of the port city back to life.
Derek Blyth invites you to discover the Jewish Community of Antwerp, one of the largest in Europe.
In the exhibition The House of the Explorer, the Flanders Architecture Institute offers a unique view into the universe of the Antwerp architectural firm Bovenbouw Architectuur.
With their extraordinarily imaginative, poetic, grand-scale productions, the Antwerp theatre collective FC Bergman was quick to conquer the European stage.
Five hundred years after his birth, publishers can still learn from his cultural entrepreneurship.
The work of the Antwerp-based duo raises questions about public space and society.
In his second historical fiction novel, Jeroen Olyslaegers masterfully brings to life the city of Antwerp before, during and after 1566, the year of the Iconoclastic Fury.
For a short period in the 16th century, Antwerp was really the centre of the world. Everything was possible, as long as it didn't hinder trade and economy, writes historian Michael Pye in his book The Glory Years.
The Renaissance polymath Joris Hoefnagel is best known today for his stunning miniatures of insects, but less well known is the troubling context in which those works were made.
The City of Antwerp started building a city collection of contemporary art.
The Antwerp museum is the first ever to be established solely around the existing collection of one person.
Derek Blyth goes on a literary pilgrimage in Willem Elsschot’s Antwerp.
Derek Blyth expresses his love for the carillons of Flanders and the Netherlands.