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Galerie De Zwarte Panter


In 1303, the former Sint-Julianusclinic was founded. During a renovation in 1505, the current chapel was built, housing the art gallery De Zwarte Panter since 1970. These days, the gallery in the centre of Antwerp has established itself as a monument, the oldest still-active gallery in Flanders and a hotspot for visual artists, musicians, authors and art lovers. It has housed over 500 exhibitions and dozens of book presentations, films and concerts.


Some galeries do not only sell art works, but also engage with the artist to support research and artistic development.

Flanders Arts Institute

Expertise centre for performing arts, music and visual arts.