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Dive into the world of contemporary surrealism at MIMA’s ‘Popcorn’ exhibition – extend the enchantment at The Scott Hotel

Dive into the world of contemporary surrealism at MIMA’s ‘Popcorn’ exhibition – extend the enchantment at The Scott Hotel

Embark on an artistic journey to dispel the grayness of routine life by visiting MIMA’s captivating ‘Popcorn’ exhibition, which runs until May 26th. This exhibition is a celebration of the imagination, featuring the works of 15 vibrant artists from Brussels and across the globe. Their unique contributions offer a colorful, whimsical, and fantastical view of our world, serving as the perfect stimulus for those looking to ignite their creative spark.

This year, as Brussels marks the 100th anniversary of surrealism, the city is adorned with exhibitions that pay tribute to this groundbreaking avant-garde movement. The Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art (MIMA) stands out by offering a contemporary interpretation of the theme. The experience begins at the entrance, where visitors are welcomed by an archway adorned with oversized popcorn sculptures, inviting them into an exploratory creative space.

In perfect harmony with the artistic adventure, The Scott Hotel offers a gateway to continue the day’s enchantment. Inspired by the Jazz Age elegance and the literary genius of F. Scott Fitzgerald, this themed hotel in Brussels provides a unique backdrop for reflection and relaxation after immersing in the ‘Popcorn’ exhibition. The Scott Hotel captures the essence of the Roaring Twenties, blending sophistication with the spirit of artistic exploration and societal reflection found in the exhibition.

As the surrealism festivities extend, with Bozar and the Royal Museums of Fine Arts delving into the movement of the 1930s, The Scott Hotel stands as an ideal haven. Here, guests can indulge in an ambiance that marries the allure of a bygone era with the vibrancy of contemporary surrealism, crafting a memorable experience that transcends time.

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