A major figure on the Belgian art scene, Wim Delvoye is known for his humour, his taste for technological experimentation, and his rich and varied production.

His reputation has long since passed the boarders of his homeland, and in recent years he carried out numerous exhibitions in countries as diverse as Canada, Azerbaijan, Russia, Luxembourg or even Iran.

Conceived in close collaboration with the artist, the exhibition by the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium offers a vast panorama of his work and emphasizes its multidisciplinary aspect. Indeed, Wim Delvoye's art is often the result of a combination of craftsmanship and the most sophisticated industrial manufacturing techniques.

Anchored in the contemporary world, Wim Delvoye studies the past and contemplates the future. In a new way, the exhibition brings together his creations with masterpieces from the RMFAB's collection of ancient art. In addition, recent works, presented to the public for the first time, testify to the artist's attentive view of the changes taking place in our hyper-connected societies, where lines between reality and virtual worlds are increasingly blurry.

Free for children under 6 years old.
More info: www.fine-arts-museum.be
Please note: ticket printing is mandatory for this B-Excursion. Present it on an A4 sheet at the entrance.

Open from March 22 to July 21, 2019 from 10 am to 5 pm (closing of the boxes at 4.30 pm).
  • the weekend: from 11 am to 6 pm (closing of the boxes at 5.30 pm)
  • closed on Monday and May 1st

Price per person (€)

(variable depending on the travel distance)

   van  tot
 Children (6 to 11y)  7,50*  
 Youth (12 to. 25y)  13,40  18,90
 Adult (26 to 59y)  18,90  26,90
 Senior (from 60y)  16,90  19,30

Free for children under 6 years old

*A fixed price

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Travel by train? Bright idea!

  • Big deal: train journeys 2nd class + entrance to the exhibition at a low price
  • A rich and varied exhibition full of humor and technological experimentation
  • The entrance ticket for the exhibition includes access to the Old Masters Museum
  • The Royal Museums of Fine Arts are 550 m from Brussels Central Station