Next to the Paul Moens Medicinal Plant Garden, a two-hectare park home to 120 trees of high-quality species, invites passers-by to take a stroll.
There, art enthusiasts will discover Brussels’s first permanent contemporary sculpture garden, with works by Bo Allison, Tristan Cassamajor, Pierre Culot, Gérald Dederen, Eugène Dodeigne, André Eijberg, Philippe Jacques, Anne Jones, Lambert Rocour and Michel Smolders.
The visitor is guided from sculpture to sculpture. Bronze, steel, granite, wood or brick, they are poetic and physical landmarks that enrich the park and whose features – abstract or figurative – blithely combine to reach out to the visitor.
Continuous free access
Completely accessible to disabled persons arriving by car.
Guided tours on request: firstname.lastname@example.org, 02 764 96 99
Avenue Emmanuel Mounier, 1200 Brussels
Kraainem or Alma metro stop
Parking QPark, av. Hippocrate
Kraainem metro parking
The creation of Sculpture Garden would not have been possible without the financial support of the Université catholique de Louvain, its Faculty of Medicine (‘L’Être’ by Tristan Cassamajor), the University Hospitals of Saint-Luc (‘Le Byzantin’ by Michel Smolders) and the Euroliver Foundation (‘Bocage de la transplantation’ by Pierre Culot).
- Design and creation: Madeleine Arendt-Denis, André Eijberg
- Curator: Marina Tolstoy
- Technical supervision: Tatiana de Radzitzky
- Text: Danièle Gillemon
- Photography: Philippe Saenen