The Museum of Ixelles has a unique collection of more than 10.000 works of art from the 16th to the 21st century, with a focus on art of the 19th, the 20st and the 21st century. This period covers the history of modern Belgium, with artists such as Rik Wouters, Paul Delvaux, René Magritte or Panamarenko. Last but not least, the museum owns the entire production of lithographic works by the famous artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
Through permanent and temporary exhibitions, publications, and educational activities, the Ixelles Museum,
founded in 1892, pursues a public service mission with the aim of prioritising education and access to its collections. These testify to the artistic and multidisciplinary vocation of the Museum, which is open to any form of creative work.
Closed for renovation:
The Museum of Ixelles is expanding and renovating, and taking this opportunity to launch major projects: a complete inventory and digitisation of the collections, the launch of a new website and a complete reconceptualisation of the museum in view of its reopening in 2024.
Museum of Ixelles
Location: Rue Jean Van Volsem, 71, 1050 Ixelles