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MIMA - Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art. Because it has inaugurated the Museum, CITY LIGHTS also serves as a manifesto for MIMA. Meeting, for the first time in a European institution, Swoon, Maya Hayuk, MOMO and the artistic duo FAILE offer a...more
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Quai du Hainaut 39-41 | Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, Brussels 1080, Belgium
My wife and I came to the protest sign exhibit, and loved it. Being Americans, we were pretty familiar with a lot of the material presented, but it's still amazing to see it all in one place. The anti-fascism posters from around the world were...More
We went to this museum because we thought it was a modern art museum. There was an exhibit of protest posters from movements mostly in the USA from late 60's to 80's.
With negative posters about only GOP presidents. It was very contentious and made...More
Don't seem to have any permanent pieces here which means it is always worth a visit to see what is new. We saw an exhibition of protest posters - fascinating. Café looked nice but we didn't stop. Good views from the terrace at the top.
An amazing building with some fantastic art inside. The current show that was in while I was there was from Akay and Olabu and was really interactive and a lot of fun. The artwork that is always featured there included a lot of well known...More
This is my beautiful discovery in Brussels. The expo of the moment, "Wonderland", has also pleased my children (it's not often the case :)), the works in the collection are bright and fun. The building is nice (old brewery) and it is next to the...More
I thought this might be a bit trendy for me but I was interested in the exhibition that was on. As it turned out it appealed to children and older people. This gallery has real potential particularly as the riverside become better developed.
Great interactive museum, totally worth a visit!! Very different and creative art using tools (hammers, saws, screwdrivers), doors and knobs, padlocks and codes, and even an old car with a bedroom on the top of it!! I was really amazed by the originality of the...More
Had a really good visit with no expectations as to what would be exhibited. All the work on display made me laugh and look for the detail within them. Had a great time and felt very inspired by the end. Also had a great slice...More