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Sunny days have finally returned, and it’s so good to be out and about again. Fancy adding a touch of culture to your weekend? Have a look at our selection:

La Louvière | February 11-August 20, 2023

A cultural space dedicated to ceramics, the Musée Keramis features the exhibition Daniel Pontoreau. Avant le paysage, which gathers a large number of pieces by artist Daniel Pontoreau.

The galleries show a wide range of his work, some recent. Each location has been carefully designed for each sculpture to be in conversation with the architecture of the museum – a perfect harmony.

©  Keramis
 © DL04. Michele De Lucchi - Crown Station, Earth Stations Interactors 2018 - Filippo Bolognese

Boussu | February 12-August 27, 2023

If you are passionate about architecture, design and all things futuristic, the Futuro Gentile. Un futur aimable exhibition is for you. A selection of objects, videos and scale models reveal the extent of Italian architect and designer Michele De Lucchi and his team. Focused on the evolution of man, its capacity to answer actively to every challenge, the galleries will transport you into a vision of the future. A real treat at the Centre d Innovation et de Design CID.

Liège | March 08- August 31, 2023

Liège celebrates, through a full program of activities, one of its most famous authors: Georges Simenon. The Grand Curtius offers a fantastic insight into the writer’s world with its exhibition Images d’un monde en crise. On show are the photographs taken by Georges Simenon all around the worls between 1930 and 1935. Their spontaneity give these picture much humanity.

Inner courtyard of the Grand Curtius in Liège ©  WBT - J.P. Remy

Charleroi | May 20 to August 27, 2023

Though living in Brussels, Italian artist Pietro Fortuna has been travelling the world since 2010 to present his Glory exhibitions.

To conclude this amazing odyssey, BPS22 will be presenting the first large solo exhibition of the creator in Belgium.

New pieces, sculptures and murals alike, will be revealed in the cultural space of the art museum of the Province of Hainaut in Charleroi.

Charleroi | May 20 to August 27, 2023

For his first solo exhibition, Adrien Lucca has designed an immersive installation in which visitors will confront their concept of sensory perceptions.

At BPS22, the artist will be presenting recent and archive work, showing how his art has evolved through time.

Liège | Until August 31, 2023

The town of Liège pays tribute, through a full program, one of his most famous writers, known internationally: Georges Simenon. The Grand Curtius museum, for example, invites visitors to step into the author’s world with the exhibition “Pictures of a world in crisis”.

The exhibition will feature the integrity of the photos taken by Georges Simenon between 1930 and 1935. The pictures retrace his travels around the world and shed light on universal themes. The spontaneity, the sharpness of the instant capture give the prints added humanity.

Namur | April 22 to September 17, 2023

Since 2022, the Château de Thozée in Mettet is known as support operator for the Félicien Rops Museum by the Wallonie-Brussels Federation.

To celebrate this event, contemporary artist Peter Depelchin will invest these two locations in the Province of Namur to present his “Tribute to Pan”.

A unique opportunity to discover a fantastical world, close to Rops’.

Binche | April 29 to September 24, 2023

The Musée international du Carnaval et du Masque presents the Entrelacs exhibition, an invite to explore textile in masks all around the world.

Immerse yourself in the history of textile, its making and the rituals around it.

A new angle to (re)discover carnival traditions everywhere.

Charleroi | May 27 to September 24, 2023

Gaël Turine documented the terrible inundations Wallonia suffered in July 2021. Once the water finally went down, the Belgian photographer travelled up the local rivers to capture the impact on villages and homes. The result is this exhibition, Flooding memories.

This show at the Musée de la Photographie in Charleroi pays tribute to human and nature resilience.

Liège | April 22 to October 01, 2023

Through the Extra Muros exhibition, Europa Expos invites you to discover the world…

by admiring its ionic wall, from the Great Wall of China to the Berlin wall via the Sound Barrier. To do so, walk through the Liège-Guillemins station and enjoy the immersive, interactive and intriguing decors.

Let the objects and art work on show – on loan from public and private collections, including the Louvre – transport you to faraway countries.

Boussu | April 23 to October 08, 2023

The Angel Vergara, in the moment retrospective at MACS retraces the evolution of the artist’s painting experience from his first painted movies in the 80ies to his videos recording his works in progress.

The exhibition also features the pieces made by children with visual impairment in workshops led by the artist, as well as a more classical gallery presenting large paintings. Pass Pass

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