What can you expect from the exhibition? The history of Flemish portraiture in all its glory! Here’s the story.
Due to the strict corona measures, the portraits of BLIND DATE are currently only on display in the Museum Snijders&Rockoxhuis. The portraits at the other locations are in quarantine for a while. They hope to meet you again later this year.
Please make sure to take a quick look at the Terms & Conditions for Visitors. We’ve taken the necessary measures and we ask you to respect the rules too, to protect yourself and others. Please note that mouthmasks are obligatory.
We advise you to book your ticket online. See you soon!
The Phoebus Foundation has teamed up with the Snyders&Rockox House in Antwerp to organize a unique exhibition devoted to the history of portrait art. The Foundation has selected the finest portraits from its collection, from the late Middle Ages through to the early modern era, to tell the fascinating story of this genre. The panels and canvases are accompanied by a rich portfolio of accessories and attributes, including rattles, jewellery and much more besides. In this way, history becomes tangible and the portraits come to life.
Are you ready for a dialogue with richly dressed ladies, a woolly kitchen maid, a bishop or a patrician? Don’t worry: they won’t answer back. But one way or another they will divulge their secrets, allowing themselves to be slowly read.
Op zondag 13 september is het Open Monumentendag. De Sint-Jacobskerk in Antwerpen is een bezoek waard!
BLIND DATE is also active on social media. After the weekly DATE NIGHT and DETAIL DATE, we have been playing the game GUESS WHO?
Vanwege de strenge coronamaatregelen zijn de portretten van BLIND DATE momenteel alleen in het Museum Snijders&Rockoxhuis te bezichtigen.