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© Cedric Verhelst

© Cedric Verhelst

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FeliXart & Eco Museum

FeliXart & Eco Museum

Kuikenstraat 6
1620 Drogenbos

T4 (Stalle)

Capacity: 400 persons per hour

EXPO Repetition and reuse in the oeuvre van Felix De Boeck 

EXPO Futuromarennia. Ukraine & avant-garde

BEHIND THE SCENE Conservations amidst global turbulence : voices of the museum staff
EXTRA MUROS Baking bread the old-fashioned way as a sign of hospitality 



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Away from the hustle of Brussels, in the quiet of the small commune of Drogenbos you will find the FeliXart & Eco Museum. The name already gives a hint, as the museum used to be the farm of Belgian painter Felix De Boeck (1898-1995). FeliXart houses an extensive and beautiful collection of this pioneer of abstract art, and FeliXeco dedicates itself to the beautiful oasis of greenery that is part of the museum. Travel to this hidden gem of Brussels and its surroundings!

EXPO A life’s work of paintings, all part of one big picture. That was Felix De Boeck’s ambition. Through revisits in his oeuvre, you discover homogeneity: recurring shapes, colours and compositions. For years, the painter balances between abstraction and figuration, between experimentation and repetition. His artistic trajectory is like a constant search for balance between geometry, colours and content.

EXPO Futuromarennia, a radical dream for a different world, a futurodelirium. This exhibition at Mystetskyi Arnsenal in Kiev ended on the eve of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which changed the world. The story of the Ukrainian avant-garde of the 1910s-1930s, of creativity and dynamism, is not yet a thing of the past. Ukraine’s cultural heritage became the object of Russian aggression a century ago. Today, these futuristic artworks are given a safe base at the FeliX Art & Eco Museum, out of solidarity with museums in times of war, out of concern for preserving cultural heritage of an endangered nation.

BEHIND THE SCENE How is an exhibition brought to Belgium from war zones? The FeliXart&Eco Museum features the voices of several museum staff who share their experiences about this with the public, in an approachable atmosphere. Listen in on these experiences, in which art takes centre stage and raises awareness about cultural exchange, especially in times of global turmoil.

EXTRA MUROS The bake oven in Felix’s yard is lit and bread is baked. Sharing bread was traditionally a sign of hospitality in Ukraine. On the occasion of the Nocturnes, the bake oven gets fired up and bread will be shared with the visitors.