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Exhibitions

Exhibitions

Here you will find information on the main exhibitions at the Ghent museums.

The Mystic Lamb exposed!

Het Lam Gods ont(k)leed

This permanent exhibition includes exceptional film clips, X-rays, drawings, works of art, instruments and models which relate to the Mystic Lamb during the restoration period.

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Adoption

Adoptie

This exhibition shows you the rich and delicate history of adoption through a selection of historical documents and photos, contemporary artwork, film excerpts and original testimonies.

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James Welling

James Welling - Metamorphosis

This exhibition showcases a vast selection of works by Welling, from the early 1970s to date: photo series, videos, sculptures and early paintings.

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Eyewitness

Ooggetuigen - Francisco Goya & Farideh Lashaï

This exhibition links the social criticism of the Spanish artist Francisco Goya to the social commitment of the Iranian artist Farideh Lashai in a shared indictment against violence and oppression.

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A different world

Een andere wereld

This exhibition is based on the oeuvre of five very different characters whose work treads the line between art, expertise and science.

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Dragons

Draken

Dragons. They are sometimes vicious and ugly, at other times cuddly and sweet or possessing impressive beauty.

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Metafloristiek

Metafloristiek

The Swiss artists Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger are best known for their grand installations in which they interweave plants, branches and objects into one.

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Made by children

Made by children

Discover the life of a young textile worker from Ghent in the 19th century, a Belgian child star from the 20th century…

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Events

Overview of all activities in a single pdf file

Overview of all activities in a single pdf file.
Only available in digital format

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Spotlight

Gent Belfort
Above the Ghent skyline towers the Old Belfry, lonely and grey, an iconic symbol of the past.
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