Fantastic Art in Belgium

ベルギー 奇想の系譜
ベルギー 奇想の系譜
ベルギー 奇想の系譜

Creepy, scary or straight up fun? That's the question at this Tokyo edition of a travelling exposé centred on Belgian art from the 15th century up to the present. Having drawn crowds in Utsunomiya and Kobe earlier in the year, the exhibition now lands at the Bunkamura for a summer of strangeness ranging from the dark and frightening medieval and Renaissance worlds of Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel the Elder to the quirky creations of contemporary multidisciplinarians including Jan Fabre and Leo Copers. A total of around 130 pieces will take you on a whirlwind – and occasionally grotesque – journey through 500 years of abnormal art.