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  • 1000 sq ft
    of installations
  • Program accessible
    to everyone
  • An iconic space


Since 2016, MIMA has been showcasing current, vibrant, and alternative exhibitions, with a strong emphasis on accessibility for all.

Discover the best of modern art in this iconic Brussels venue built over 100 years ago.



Discover STUDIOLO, the exhibition by the renowned Jean Jullien

MIMA presents "Studiolo," the first solo museum exhibition by illustrator Jean Jullien in Europe. Within an immersive environment, his paintings come to life, complemented by insightful wall commentaries and profound reflections on our surroundings.


The multi-talented artist Jean Jullien brings his vibrant artistic universe to Brussels, sharing with us the essence of seaside vacations. Explore over 80 authentic artworks, including paintings, drawings, and other art installations. Don't miss the giant mural that adds an extra touch of grandeur to the exhibition.


A truly poetic experience. That's the successful promise of the STUDIOLO exhibition, spanning 10,000 sq ft across three immersive floors. From the moment you step in, this artist with 1.2 million followers on Instagram sweeps you away into his enchanting and remarkably lifelike universe.


  1. Date: from July 30, 2023
  2. Opening hours:
    • Mondays and Tuesdays: closed
    • Wednesday to Friday: 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
    • Saturdays and Sundays: 11 a.m.–7 p.m.
  3. Location:
    • MIMA, 39-41, Quai du Hainaut 1080 Brussels, Belgium
  4. Age requirement: all ages are welcome
  5. Tickets: we recommend booking your tickets online in advance to guarantee entry. However, on-site ticket purchase is possible on the day, subject to availability
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MIMA: 39-41, Quai du Hainaut 1080 Brussels, Belgium
Train icon By bike:
  • 5 mins from Central Station
  • 10 mins from Gare du Midi
  • 20 mins from Schaerbeek station
Train icon By metro:
  • Lines 1 and 5, Comte de Flandre – Graaf van Vlaanderen stop
Train icon By tramway:
  • Line 51, Porte de Ninove – Ninoofsepoort stop
Train icon By bus:
  • Line 86, Porte de Flandre – Vlaamse Poort stop
Train icon By car:
  • Parking Brunfaut, Rue Brunfaut 18, 1080 Brussels
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Find out what visitors think of their experience at the MIMA Museum. Rated 4.2/5 by more than 1400 visitors.

  • Catherine C.

    Beautiful location, great galleries and museum shops. Excellent range of exhibits. Affordable tickets. Check out the rooftop view!

  • Sophie W.

    Always amazing exhibits, thank you!!

  • Tim G.

    Great space for temporary exhibitions. Friendly atmosphere in the cafe, delicious snacks, and nice view from the roof.

  • Romain G.

    Incredible as always, MIMA is definitely at the top of my (short) list of museums to visit for a great exhibition!

  • Emile S.

    Eclectic selection of contemporary/street art. Definitely surpasses many other museums. Interesting venue with well-structured exhibits.

  • Maxime V.

    Very nice museum with super friendly staff. Great experience!


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  • ABOUT MIMA MUSEUM - Mima Museum: the best of Contemporary Art in Brussels


    In 2016, the contemporary art museum, MIMA: Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art, opened its doors in the center of Brussels, in the Molenbeek district.

    At the dawn of the millennium, the communication revolution generated a new social paradigm in which social networks redefine the relationship between artists and society. These artists, pushing boundaries with their multidisciplinary skills, empathetic vibrations, and contagious allure, rewrite cultural norms. In Belgium, MIMA plays the role of Pygmalion for these iconoclastic actors.

  • ABOUT JEAN JULLIEN - Mima Museum: the best of Contemporary Art in Brussels


    Jean Jullien is a French graphic designer living and working in Paris. His practice ranges from painting and illustration to photography, video, costume design, installations, books, posters, and clothing, creating a coherent yet eclectic body of work.

    Jean has showcased his work worldwide in museums and galleries in Paris, London, Brussels, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Berlin, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, and beyond.

    He has collaborated with hundreds of clients including The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Guardian, Beams, RCA Records, The Connaught, Colette, SZ Magazin, National Geographic, Le Grand Palais, Centre Pompidou, Amnesty International, and many others.