The Nkisi Nkonde, a traditional Congolese sculpture, had actually been brutally stolen in the 19th century, De Morgen published this morning.
About 38,000 visitors were plunged into a world of science fiction, fantasy and contemporary pop culture at this year’s Comic Con Brussels, held on Saturday and Sunday at Tours & Taxis in the Belgian capital.
It’s Carnival time in Binche. For the last few months, the city of Gilles has been preparing to celebrate the three “mardi gras” Carnival days in style.
The best animated cartoons from all over the world will be screened at Brussels International animation film festival, ANIMA.
A piece of cloth soaked with the blood of Pope John Paul II, canonized in 2014, is on display for the devotion of the faithful during nine days in Halle's Soeurs Sacramentines Convent, nuns indicated Friday on Facebook.
“Hellhole”, the second feature-length film by Belgian director Bas Devos, was shown at the Berlin film festival on Friday evening (a world premiere).
"Black Horizon" is the second exhibition as part of the collaboration between BPS22 and a/political. It brings together Erik Bulatov (1933) and Andrei Molodkin (1966), two Russian artists from different generations, around a shared critique of the dominant language.

Strong line-up at Leuven Jazz festival

Wednesday, 06 February 2019 16:54
Leuven Jazz festival promises to be well frequented, as the organisers have announced strong headliners for the 7th edition of the festival, taking place 14 to 24 March.
Belgium’s world-famous chocolate will be celebrated in all its forms from 22 to the 24 February, at the spacious Tour & Taxis venue by Brussels canal.
“Our battles” by Guillaume Senez was named Best Film at the 9th Magritte cinema awards in Brussels on Saturday.