FLYING SOLO: 5 Single-Artist Museums You Must Visit!

by Matthew Wexler

Here’s a look at five singleartist museums and a snapshot of what else you can experience while visiting these creative destinations

Matthew Wexler

For artistry on the plate, chef Christophe Hardiquest’s Michelin starred restaurant Bon Bon challenges the construct of its esteemed culinary accolades by forgoing international flair, instead, returning to traditional Belgian recipes and reimagining them for the modern diner with expressive artwork and design by Jean-François D’Or, along with collaborative dinners featuring guest chefs.

Musée Magritte

JAM Hotel (a converted former art school) in Brussels’ Uptown neighborhood offers creative respite from the day’s adventures with a chic industrial vibe and quirky charm. Exposed concrete and brick provide a backdrop for vibrant accent colors, a game room packed with vintage arcade games, and a rooftop pool terrace.

Duane Michals Magritte Tipping Hat, 1965

For a queer-focused foray through Brussels, consider visiting during Belgian Pride held each May, or Genres d’à côté, a queer film club that offers monthly screenings as well as an annual Pink Screens Film Festival each autumn.

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