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Nightcap

Late-night visits with intimate concerts

Pay a late-night visit to the ‘To Antarctica’ exhibition. As a bonus, we will provide musical accompaniment. Curious about the rising star of the neo-soul scene? Or do you want to relive your childhood memories with a duo performing their personal ‘best of’? Whatever your preference, expect a delight for ears and eyes!

An Pierlé Duo

In as pure a form as possible, An Pierlé and Koen Gisen return to basics. With almost 25 years of songs, they bring a personal ‘Best Of’, reinvented in the moment. Come (re)experience and discover your childhood memories, as well as new work!

    Thursday 3 October 2024 from 19:00 to 21:30

Reinel Bakole

Reinel Bakole takes you on a personal and artistic journey into her own musical universe with her debut album ‘Healing Exhaustion’.

    Friday 6 September 2024 from 19:00 to 21:30

To the Antarctic

Belgica's polar pioneers

From 21 June, come and meet the expedition members of the Belgica. Some 125 years ago, they set off from Antwerp to the last blind spot on the world map: Antarctica. The expedition got stuck in the polar ice and made history as a result. Learn how the men managed to survive, who followed in their footsteps, and what Antarctica is like today.

    Friday 21 June 2024 until Sunday 3 November 2024 from 10:00 to 17:00

COMPASSION

As of end-January 2025

A new exhibition will show how the idea of mercy is represented in art and culture: religious and non-religious objects, works of art, popular objects and decorative pieces, as well as music, stories and customs. Contemporary testimonies and critical voices show how topical the theme is and still remains. 

 

Rare and Indispensable

Masterpieces from Flemish collections

Magritte, Bacon, Ensor, Moore, Jordaens, Rubens … These were just some of the world-famous names on display at the MAS. 'Rare and indispensable' brought a unique selection of masterpieces from the Flemish masterpiece list. 

City at war

Antwerp, 1940 - 1945

Military violence and mass persecution of Jews and dissenters during World War II broke the city. Personal stories and objects make this period very tangible in this new permanent MAS exhibition.

World city | About here and elsewhere

17.05.2011 - 28.02.2016

CLOSED - In 'World city' you could be charmed by the numerous stories and anecdotes that Antwerp is rich in. A must for every Antwerp citizen so that he could become even prouder of his city, a must for every non-Antwerpian so that he finally understood the fuss around this world city.

The world mirrored

24.04.2015 - 16.08.2015

'The world mirrored. World maps from the Middle Ages to the present day' took you on a discovery through the fascinating history of the Western world view from the Middle Ages to the present day. We received 48,718 visitors.

Anybody home?

Looking for the sewer crocodile, listening to talking tableware, playing board games or drawing on the walls.... In the playful new family exhibition "Anybody home?" you will explore the MAS collection together with your (grand) children. You reflect on what a 'home' means. And one thing can already be revealed: it is different for everyone. 

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