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Happy Birthday Dear Academy

08.09.2013 - 26.01.2014

The Royal Academy for Fine Arts existed 350 years in 2013. At the same time, the renowned Fashion Department turned 50. That is why the whole of Antwerp was dominated by the Academy and the clash between contemporary artistic "violence" and historical heritage.

Everything of worth

What can be heritage? What has value and what does not? A photo exhibition explores these questions. It shows the people behind the city's heritage. An exhibition with online  stories, starting 10 September 2021 in the boulevard.

Celebration!

Colourful rituals

Celebration! invites you to celebrate the moments of transition in life. A mix of festive objects, in an colourful arrangement with a unique soundtrack.

Horse

A photo exhibition by Heleen Peeters

Photographer Heleen Peeters immersed herself in the worldwide culture of the horse and horsemeat. A selection of her images can be seen in 'Antwerp à la carte'. Because the story of horse meat is also about food and the city.

Listen

Stories found in the city

Exciting and moving stories from Antwerp about greedy giants, turbulent love adventures, demons and heroes ... Together with writer and playwright Dimitri Leue, the museum shows several collection pieces in a compelling audio play. From 30 October 2021 in the MAS.

Breaking Boundaries

Antwerp Olympic city

The organisation of the Games in Antwerp was a feat in and of itself, and were really groundbreaking. In this small exhibition, you can view posters, photos, trophies and more.

Stuff

Guy Rombouts and Benjamin Verdonck rearrange Jaap Kruithof

The Belgian philosopher Jaap Kruithof (1929-2009) collected 10,000 items, things that other people usually discard. Half of the Kruithof collection - which was donated to the MAS - is being given a new life thanks to the visual work of artists Guy Rombouts and Benjamin Verdonck. In the MAS, they create a new installation with the objects.

Stuff

Guy Rombouts and Benjamin Verdonck rearrange Jaap Kruithof

The Belgian philosopher Jaap Kruithof collected things that other people usually discard. Half of his collection is now given a new life thanks to the work of visual artists Guy Rombouts and Benjamin Verdonck.

100 x Congo

A century of Congolese art in Antwerp

The exhibition '100 x Congo' focuses on one hundred unique Congolese works.What are the stories behind the Congolese objects? And how did they end up here? What was their significance to various Congolese peoples? And where lies the future of the collection?

A journey through time

From 7 May 2019

From 7 May the escalators in the MAS will not only take you up to the roof, they will also allow you to travel through time with impressive photographs of the collection.

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