OPENING 6.2.2020 @M HKA
07.02.2020 – 06.09.2020
*Dooltocht/A desperate quest to find a base for hopepresents the first retrospective exhibition of Els Dietvorst.
IN SITU: Tramaine de Senna
18.01.2020 – 23.08.2020
The IN SITU programme offers medium-scale monographic exhibitions by artists from around the world.
18.01.2020 – 06.09.2020
Mermaid Honeymoon – A curatorial reflection on 'Ship of Fools / The Dockers’ Museum' (2010–2013).
18.01.2020 – 26.07.2020
The Greatest Happiness Principle Party stages a fictional party organised by the Austrian Creditanstalt bank in 1931.
Panamarenko Archive In Memoriam
Sketches, Notebooks & Drawings
In addition to the objects, the sketches are essential in following Panamarenko's train of thought. We offer an exculsive look at several sketches from our archive.
Books & Catalogs
Want to know what Panamarenko read and which books he collected? Click here for the list of bibliographic references.
M HKA divulges a piece of the huge Panamarenko Archive. Every day we add five pictures from the magical universe of Panamarenko.
M HKA CollectionsView all
The main collection or nucleus ranges from the happenings of the mid-sixties right up to the present day. Below an overview.
In 2019, 42 artworks were acquired of both national and international artists. We put a few in a row!
Europe At Large
During the past decade the M HKA has paid special attention to the former Soviet Union.
The Book Lovers
The Book Lovers is a project with David Maroto (artist) and Joanna Zielinska (curator) and studies the phenomenon of artist novels.
M HKA Research Platforms
M HKA introduces Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven as an innovator of forms and interpreter of moods - as oxygen of the whole society.
M HKA will invest its resources into preserving the archive of Hugo Roelandt and making it accessible.
Present Continuous is an annual scheme set up to support and promote the new generations of Russian artists living and working both in Russia and abroad.