WIELS - CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
Avenue Van Volxem 354
1190 Brussels (FOREST)
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Wiels, the remarkable corner building of the old brewery Wielemans-Ceuppens that was built by the modernist architect Adrien Blomme, houses the centre for contemporary art.
Wiels offers an open and dynamic setting, perfect to discover and understand contemporary art thanks to a wide range of activities and services. The three levels of the galleries with a surface of 1,800 m² will host six important annual exhibitions. There will also be other extra activities: cinema, conferences, festivals or concerts.
Guided visits by reservation.
Access: Tram: 82, 97, stop Wiels. Bus: 50, 49, stop Wielemans. Train: Midi station. Car: exit 17 Anderlecht industrie, follow Centre/Albert (Limited number of parking spots, we recommend you to use public transport).
Every first Sunday of the month and every Wednesday from 5 pm to 7 pm: admission free.
Every Sunday at 3 pm: free guided visit with your entrance ticket.
Individual visitor: € 6.
Students (+18), seniors (+60), groups (>10 pers.): € 4.
Students (12-18), school groups, teachers, unemployed persons: € 2.
Children -12 years: admission free.
Jobseekers: € 1,-.
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