Checking out photography exhibitions is one of my favourite things to do. There is a great Expo on at the BELvue Museum in Brussels at the moment that presents urban photographs all taken by Belgian photographers. There is some spectacular work here.
The light coming in through the huge windows is fantastic, even on a grey and wet afternoon. There are three rooms to stroll through; don’t forget to get up close to the pictures – there are some incredible little details in there.
When you’ve finished grab of a cup of tea in the cafe, with their conservatory style seating and free wifi; it’s a great way to spend a couple of hours.
Entry is free of charge and the Expo runs until 25th January. If it’s raining while you’re there, why not pop downstairs and check out Coudenberg as well.
Find out more about the Belgian Street Photography Expo on their website
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