BELvue Museum in Brussels presents unique Art Nouveau exhibition

Until January, the BELvue Museum in Brussels is hosting a free exhibition of Art Nouveau masterpieces from the King Baudouin Foundation’s collection.

The foundation has been able to acquire work by Victor Horta, Philippe Wolfers and Henry Van de Velde thanks to donors. The collection features furniture, art, jewellery, book covers and more. Visitors can view the works and read stories behind each of the objects.

Along with the exhibition, the museum will offer one-off events related to the collection. On 17 June, adults can participate in an Art Nouveau jewellery-making class. Group tours are available and in multiple languages.

The BELvue Museum houses Belgium's history in seven themed rooms: democracy, prosperity, solidarity, pluralism, migration, language and Europe. History is told through sight, touch and audio testimonies to immerse visitors in the country's past and present.

The King Baudouin Foundation, based in Brussels, is an independent philanthropic organisation. Its focus is on changing society for the better in Belgium and globally.


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