The intercontinental exhibition Saints, Sinners, Lovers, and Fools continues its travels through the United States. This time, it will be on display in Dallas, Texas. Together with ...Read more
Art needs to be alive. Which means it has to come out and play. Besides curating and setting up exhibitions, The Phoebus Foundation also regularly gives objects on loan to museums or collaborates in other ways with both national and international museums. Discover here our upcoming exhibitions, activities and loans.
Did you know countless Dutch masters were inspired by their southern neighbours? The influence of early modern artistic centres such as Antwerp on artists from the North cannot be ...Read more
Once again, we are incredibly proud to announce that our artworks are travelling! This time, three of our works are going to STAM Ghent for the new exhibition SkYline. Highris ...Read more
Discover the Belgian art of the interbellum and how the Flemish expressionists brought modern figurative painting to a peak. From the 25 of March, visitors of Kunstmuseum Den Haag ...Read more
After Impressionism: Inventing Modern Art at The National Gallery in London celebrates the most renowned names of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, such as Pa ...Read more
On the 31st of March, the Gemäldegalerie in Berlin celebrates the Ghent-born artist Hugo van der Goes. An actual premiere as almost all of the artist’s surviving paintings a ...Read more
From the 22nd of April, visitors to the Antwerp city festival Baroque Influencers can discover the Jesuits, Rubens and the Art of Persuasion exhibition. Get to know the most promin ...Read more
The Chancellery of The Phoebus Foundation has been working with the Keizerskapel (Emperor’s Chapel) in Antwerp since 2017. On a regular basis, a new and unknown jewel from the co ...Read more
We are happy to announce that three works from our collection will be part of the new exhibition ‘Hidden Gems. Seven centuries of Mechelen masterpieces’ at the Museum H ...Read more
From the 16th of March, visitors of The National Gallery in London can discover Metsys’ Portrait of an Old Woman from The Phoebus Foundation collection at the new exhibition ...Read more
The Bentvueghels. A notorious art society in Rome is a new exhibition at the Centraal Museum in Utrecht that tells the story of an artists group from the Northern and Southern Neth ...Read more
From the 27th of January, the Fondation de l’Hermitage will display no less than six works from our collection as part of their new exhibition Léon Spilliaert. Avec la Mer d ...Read more
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