Contemporary surrealism takes center stage in MIMA’s new exhibition ‘Popcorn’
If you’re looking for an antidote to gloom through art, the MIMA is the place to be right now. The latest exhibition, Popcorn, showcases the creations of 15 young and seasoned artists from Brussels and beyond, painting a vibrant, quirky, and dreamlike picture of our society. The exhibit will be open until May 26th.
Brussels is commemorating the centenary of surrealism with several exhibitions dedicated to this famous avant-garde movement. The Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art (MIMA) adds a modern twist to the theme. Right from the entrance, a gate flanked by towering popcorn sculptures ushers you into a realm of creativity.
Later this month, both Bozar and the Royal Museums of Fine Arts will explore the art movement from the 1930s.