Get to know about all the past, current and future exhibitions in the museum.
Rediscover the art of the fin de siècle trough the eyes of poet and art critic Verhaeren.
The exhibition Eyewitness links the social criticism of the Goya to the social commitment of the Ir...
Looking for the poetry and power behind the smallest gestures.
The work of artist Simryn Gill seeks to express the connection between man and nature.
An EU-funded project between museums from Ghent, Metz and Barcelona.
The Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp (KMSKA) lends sixteen important art works from its permanen...
Artists Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger combine plants and objects into fascinating landscapes.
The famous altarpiece has been in restauration at the MSK since 2012.
Belgium's only female artist in the international avant-garde.
A fresh view into the art and artistry of the Low Countries during the 17th century.
Where do the tangents between past and present, between ‘me’ and 'you', lie?
Russian art-collective Gorod Ustinov and our visitors have created their own micromuseum.
Pioneer of photography
Part of the MSK collection is on show at the Singer Museum in Laren (NL) over the summer.
Some 30 paintings in our permenant exhibit are temporarily replaced by unseen jewels.
in War and Peace
Homage Robert Hoozee, Dialogic Drawing Experiment: Andrea Bianconi – Ricardo Lanzarini – Mark Li...
Fragments of Compassion
Dreaming of Lithuania
Belgian abstract art and Europe (1912-1930)
The World of George Minne and Maurice Maeterlinck
Oil Sketches form the Victoria and Albert Museum London
The Museum of Fine Arts and S.M.A.K. joined forces to programme Hareng Saur: Ensor and contemporary...
Stijn Cole is the fourth Artist in Residence who interacts with the museum's collection
The long awaited retrospective of Gustave Van de Woestyne
Le Grand Déjeuner, a masterpiece on loan.
Chinese Modernism around Lu Xun and Masereel, 1919-1949, in collaboration with Europalia China
The Collection of the Von der Heydt-Museum in Wuppertal
Works on Paper, 1964-1979
The Ghent University Print Collection in collaboration with The Royal Library of Belgium.
Observation and imagination in British Art 1750-1950
The Ghent Floralies, the bustling flower and plant festival, returned to the city centre of Ghent.