1918 saw both the end of World War One and the death of Gustav Klimt. Bozar looks back at the period leading up to the Second World War – a time characterised by great economic and artistic change. These fertile, turbulent years also brought about a desire to forge connections across borders that transcended political ideologies. This exhibition explores the short-lived sense of shared culture among the expressionists and fantastical artists who experimented with new forms of expression in the post-Klimt era.
2 for 1 entry with your Eurostar ticket.
There’s more to 60s counterculture than peace, love and flower power. Spanning fashion, photography, activism and protest, this transfer from London’s V&A evokes an era of sweeping social change. A terrific soundtrack (Joplin, the Stones and co) adds to the effect.
Get behind the camera at this interactive project dreamed up by Michel Gondry. It’s all part of Kanal – Centre Pompidou, a former Citroën garage set to become Belgium’s largest cultural institution.
Become an honorary Smurf at this quirky, immersive exhibition. Holograms, VR and special effects whisk you into another world, where kids can quaff a magic potion before outsmarting the evil Gargamel.
Fancy hanging out with the freewheeling intellectuals, artists and radicals of interwar Berlin? This intense period of social change plays out at the Fine Arts museum in the work of Raoul Hausmann, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and others.
This monthly craft market goes green for its Christmas edition. Browse unique handmade gifts and delicious treats, ranging from cheeses to clothes, in Art Deco surroundings.