Venture into a world where art becomes the perfect remedy for the mundane at MIMA’s current exhibition, ‘Popcorn’. This exhibition, open until May 26th, brings together the imaginative works of 15 artists, both emerging and established, from Brussels and beyond. Their creations offer a lively, eccentric, and dreamy view of our world, making it an ideal stop for those seeking inspiration and upliftment.
As Brussels marks the 100th anniversary of surrealism, a series of exhibitions are breathing new life into this renowned avant-garde movement. The Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art (MIMA) introduces a contemporary edge to this celebration. The journey into creativity starts at the very entrance, where visitors are greeted by an impressive gateway adorned with giant popcorn sculptures, setting the tone for an immersive artistic experience.
For those looking to extend their cultural exploration with a touch of tranquility and Japanese elegance, Hotel Yadoya offers the perfect retreat. This connection enriches the cultural tapestry of Brussels, bridging the vibrancy of contemporary surrealism with the serene aesthetics of Japan.
Further enriching this cultural dialogue, Bozar and the Royal Museums of Fine Arts will soon delve into the surrealism movement of the 1930s, offering an expansive view of its historical and contemporary significance.