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Van Gogh in the Borinage. The birth of an artist
from 25 january to 17 may
Signes des temps ("Signs of the Times"). Visionary artworks from before 1914
Exhibition organised as part of commemorations for the First World War Centenary.
La bataille de Mons ("The Battle of Mons"). Objects Tell the Story
Exhibition organised as part of commemorations for the First World War Centenary. From 22 August 2014 to 23 November 2014.
Abstractions géométriques belges ("Belgian Geometric Abstraction")
From 1945 to the present day.
Regard(s) en mutation ("Changing Glance(s)")
Photographs documenting the transformation of the City of Mons for 2015. As part of In/Out.
Mons de la réalité à la légende ("Mons, from reality to legend")
A project organised by the City of Mons Department of Education, with the support of the French Community of Belgium and the province of Hainaut.
Andy Warhol. Life, Death and Beauty
Inaugural exhibition for the reopening of BAM in 2013!
Le Modèle a bougé ("The Model Moved")
« Le modèle a bougé » (the model moved) : these are the words that Edgar Degas once used, with a hint of irony, to qualify the portraits painted by his contemporary Eugène Carrière, whose works were characterised by a certain blurriness.
Pierre Tal Coat
Paintings and Drawings. 1946-1985 Described as the "new Cézanne" by the Monet dealer René Gimpel, Tal Coat built up a body of work that was crucial for modern painting.
Manières noires ("Black Styles")
The artists presented in this exhibition were selected for their deliberate, never incidental, use of black. Art has made varying but constant use of black, from the era of cave paintings to the present day. But the bold gesture made by Kazimir Malevich in 1915, by revealing his Black Square on a white background, propelled the colour black to iconic status, and opening many doors for him...
Serge Vandercam Exhibition
Du regard à la main ("From the look to the hand") (BAM – 24 April to 29 August 2010)
Sous bénéfice d’inventaire ("A closer look at the inventory")
The series of ‘Sous bénéfice d’inventaire’ exhibitions scheduled to take place at BAM will, one by one, emphasise a key work from the collections of BAM/Beaux-arts Mons, which will be explained, put into context and positioned alongside other works – also taken from the various collections held by the different Mons museums – to show the dialogue between them. This way, visitors will be able to (re)discover parts of the collections of the Puissant Museum, the Jean Lescarts Museum, etc.
Keith Haring all-over
By presenting, for the first time in Belgium, an exceptional exhibition of the works of Keith Haring, the City of Mons paid tribute to an atypical artist, long undervalued by the art establishment, but who, paradoxically, has enjoyed an unprecedented level of popular success.
Valorisations numériques ("Digital enhancements")
At the crossroads of our cultural heritage, digitisation reflects changes and evolutions through the past, the present and the future.It inspires curiosity and critical thought.The 21st century is digital.
Serge Poliakoff Retrospective
From 25 October 2008 to 8 February 2009, BAM gave visitors the opportunity to see a retrospective of over a hundred works by Serge Poliakoff. This was the first major Poliakoff show in Belgium and a wonderful chance to discover one of the masters of French abstraction.
Le BAM se dévoile ("BAM revealed")
From 10 February to 17 August 2008, BAM revealed some excerpts from its collections…
Surrealism in Belgium (1924-2000)
From 17 March to 19 August 2007: Surrealism in Belgium (1924-2000) was the first high-profile exhibition at this newly opened Mons museum.

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