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OUR ARTWORKS TRAVEL

Art from the Museum of Ixelles is regularly loaned to other prestigious exhibitions.

The museum doors are closed: our pieces are taking the time to travel!

 

SCHAERBEEK

Exhibition NUAGES from yesterday & from today

Maison des Arts - September 18 to November 21, 2021

Clouds... Natural phenomena, they are the object of daily scientific and popular interest from a meteorological point of view, but they also have a very wide status as a "poetic object". Clouds fascinate, invite contemplation and reverie. Through a selection of artists, most of whom are active on the Belgian contemporary art scene and deal with the theme of the cloud in a recurrent or occasional way, the exhibition is above all a call to dream, to escape and to be light.

 

BRUSSELS

Exhibition CRUSH. Unexpected encounters between design and art

Design Museum Brussels - October 22 to March 06, 2022

The Design Museum Brussels and the Musée d'Ixelles embark on a rhythmic and spontaneous pas de deux with the exhibition Crush, which brings together pieces from their respective collections. The Musée d'Ixelles is bringing out a selection of paintings, sculptures, photographs and other drawings from its storerooms to create happy connections and special accointances with The Plastic Design Collection. This unexpected dialogue between design objects and works of art underlines the singularity and variety of both collections, which are revealed in a new light, without any modesty.

 

 DROGENBOS

Exhibition A bird's-eye view

FeliXart Museum - June 13 2021 au January 2022

Museum of Ixelles, 1965.
Felix De Boeck comes from under his church tower at Drogenbos, exchanges his clogs for city shoes and goes to this renowned museum, where a first retrospective is devoted to his oeuvre.

55 years later, again under the church tower of Drogenbos.
About 50 works from the splendid collection of the Museum of Ixelles come to the FeliXart Museum. The pigeon of Felix De Boeck, which dates from 1927, is also part of the collection of the Museum of Ixelles. This pigeon, along with other abstract works, returns to her home in Drogenbos, at only 7 km from the capital, a bird’s eye view.

 

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