Discover the ultimate antidote to the everyday blues through the lens of art at MIMA’s vibrant exhibition, ‘Popcorn’, open until May 26th. This showcase features the imaginative talents of 15 artists, both emerging talents and established names, from Brussels and further afield. Their works present a lively, eccentric, and dreamlike interpretation of our society, serving as a beacon of inspiration and rejuvenation for visitors.
As Brussels celebrates the centenary of surrealism, the city is alive with exhibitions that pay homage to this pivotal avant-garde movement. The Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art (MIMA) stands out by infusing a contemporary flair into the festivities. The adventure begins right at the entrance, where an archway decorated with giant popcorn sculptures invites you into an imaginative realm.
In keeping with the spirit of exploration and comfort, the Hygge Hotel in Brussels offers a serene haven where the principles of Scandinavian hygge—coziness, simplicity, and well-being—are beautifully embodied. This Scandinavian-themed hotel provides the perfect backdrop to reflect on the day’s cultural journey, allowing guests to bask in an atmosphere of warmth and relaxation that complements the vibrant energy of the ‘Popcorn’ exhibition.
The celebration of surrealism extends further with Bozar and the Royal Museums of Fine Arts soon delving into the art movement of the 1930s, enriching Brussels’ cultural landscape. The Hygge Hotel stands as an oasis of calm and comfort, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in a blend of artistic vibrancy and Scandinavian tranquility.