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Visit the MAS with the audioguide

During the audiotour you'll discover the story behind the exceptional MAS building and its collections and exhibits. Allow yourself to be touched by encounters that originated over the centuries thanks to the river and the port. Here or elsewhere.

Le Corbusier. Linkeroever – Chandigarh

6.04.2019 - 18.08.2019

CLOSED - The exhibition immersed the visitor in the ideas of the world famous architect Le Corbusier (1887-1965), but did also let them saunter through the streets of Chandigarh and gave them a look behind Linkeroever’s façades.

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.

Cool Japan

The exhibition 'Cool Japan' immerses you in the worldwide fascination for Japanese visual culture with icons such as Hello Kitty, Zelda and Sailor Moon..

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?

World Port

Trade and shipping

Once the largest port in the world, today the Port of Antwerp is characterised by colourful containers. It connects the city with the rest of the world. Dive into the history of our port.

Antwerp à la carte

On cities and food

The history of the city, on the surprising, erratic and often invisible trail of food.

    Thursday 1 April 2021 until Tuesday 31 December 2024 from 10:00 to 17:00

Breaking Boundaries

Antwerp Olympic city

A hundred years ago, Antwerp organised the Olympic Games. In spite of the difficult post-war situation and limited financial resources, the Games were groundbreaking. This mini exhibition includes posters, photos, trophies and medals from the sports event and its participants.

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.

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.

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