Art et Marges museum (fully booked)

© G. Blomart & F. Etienne-Art et marges musée

Brussels’ Art et Marges museum, set up in 2009, aims to promote ‘outsider artists’, i.e. artists from outside the mainstream. The permanent collection was built up among self-taught artists and in artistic workshops for people with mental disabilities or workshops in mental-health settings from the mid-1980s onwards. Today, it includes more than 4,000 works by artists from Belgium and abroad.

As a meeting place and a museum on a human scale, it aims to decompartmentalise the creative process and serve as a sounding board for artists. In the 10 years of its existence, the museum has asserted its identity within the Brussels cultural landscape and has become a key point of reference for outsider art in Belgium and other countries.

Guided tours: Sat. at 16:00 (in French) and at 14:00 (in Dutch).

Practical information

Sat. only, 14:00 to 17:30

Rue Haute/Hoogstraat 312-314, Brussels

Guided tours and by reservation only

2 6 Porte de Hal - Hallepoort
3 4 51 Porte de Hal - Hallepoort
27 48 Porte de Hal - Hallepoort
Accessible with assistance

Accessible with assistance