New trend alert! Immersive exhibitions are more popular than ever before, thanks to projections and soundscapes. Combining art, culture and technology, these new generation sound and visual experiences offer a unique insight into the world of a writer or artist. Right now, in Brussels, The Little Prince, Frida Kahlo, the great figures of Pop Art and even street artist Banksy are the subjects of an interactive exhibition. Take a closer look at a phenomenon that is making Brussels' cultural heart beat faster (and ours too)!
The most poetic: Antoine de Saint Exupéry. The Little Prince among Humans
For a poetic escapade with your children, head to the Antoine de Saint Exupéry - The Little Prince among Humans exhibition. An aerial encounter with the most endearing of princes and a detailed dive into the life of his creator. Archival documents, audiovisual extracts and sculptures by Arnaud Nazare-Aga are used to create an exceptional 1500m² installation. Follow the stars and let yourself be swept away…
Where? Hall 2 – Brussels Expo
When? Until 30 JuneFind out more on agenda.brussels
The most street: The world of Banksy
Would you like to criss-cross the streets of several major world cities in just a single afternoon? From Bristol and Paris to New York, this immersive exhibition transports us to international walls made famous by Banksy's mural art. The exhibition features a team of international artists who have reconstructed the essential elements of Banksy's visual repertoire, such as the little girl with the red balloon, his rebel raccoons and a whole gallery of endearing characters. All of this can be seen in the splendid setting of La Tentation cultural centre, a charming old shop transformed for the occasion into a street art laboratory.
Where? La Tentation – 28 rue de Laeken
When? Until 26 January 2023Find out more on agenda.brussel
The most exotic: Viva Frida Kahlo Immersive Experience
Spice up your day with some Latin colour at the Viva Frida Kahlo Immersive Experience. This 360° projection celebrates the talent of the Mexican artist known for her strong temperament and luxuriant work. Her incomparable universe unfolds in 3D and fills the space with the rhythm of her hypnotic self-portraits, her colourful still lifes and her highly symbolic paintings.
Where? VIAGE - Digital Art Theatre
When? 18 March to 1 MayFind out more on agenda.brussels
The most contemporary: Pop Masters
What would happen if you brought the masters of pop art together in one room? Well, Brussels has! By exhibiting more than 150 original posters by Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol and Keith Haring, the Pop Masters exhibition has transported the Grand-Place back to the seventies! Marvel at Warhol's famous technicolour Marilyn Monroe, the daring drawings of the brilliant Keith Haring and Roy Lichtenstein's colourful, comic book aesthetic. It's a real shot of contemporary art history!