What can I expect from the Small Is Beautiful exhibition in Brussels ?
“Small Is Beautiful” is a unique exhibition dedicated to miniature art, which brings together 18 artists from around the world. Expect to see more than 100 artworks by miniature artists, along with over 80 photographs touching on a multitude of themes.
What is miniature art?
Miniature art is an art form that plays with scale and perspective. It invites us to see the world differently and brings our childhood imagination back to life. Miniature art is extremely varied. Some artists transform already existing everyday objects, whereas others prefer to create their work from scratch, often by hand and with extreme precision.
Where does the exhibition take place?
5 Grand Place, Brussels 1000, Belgium.
How long does the exhibition last?
The exhibition runs from October 20th 2023 to the end of 2023.
Are the pieces featured in the exhibition original copies?
The exhibition features original pieces created by the artists along with limited and numbered edition photos of their work, as well as photos that are not part of a limited edition.
Is it possible to buy exposed art on site?
You will be able to purchase at the exhibition shop souvenirs of your visit but also original, unique artworks from some of the artists in a special area called “the art shop”. If you wish to purchase a artwork, you can ask directly our staff onsite.
Will there be merchandise for sale?
Yes, there will be an assortment of merchandise available for purchase by both ticket and non-ticket holders, including, but not limited to, postcards, posters, books, and tote bags.
Will audio guides be available on site?
There won’t be any audio guide available on site however you will access some more details about each artwork and the social media accounts of each artists by scanning QR codes displayed throughout the exhibition.
Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets are available online on Fever here
. It will also be possible for you to buy your ticket on-site at the entrance of the exhibition. Attention: cash payments are not accepted.
Who are the official ticket sellers for the exhibition?
The official ticketing platform for the exhibition is Fever, which has tickets available here
. No other online ticketing platform has access to tickets for the Small Is Beautiful: Miniature Art Exhibition in Brussels.
What are the accepted payment methods?
Tickets are available online on Fever with secure payment by credit card or Paypal. It will also be possible to buy your ticket on-site at the entrance of the exhibition. Attention: cash payments are not accepted.
What is the general refund policy?
Refunds are not allowed under any circumstances. Subject to availability, changes of date and/or time are permitted up to 48 hours before the start time of your experience.In such a case, please contact us indicating your ticket ID. For more information, you can refer to our T&Cs.
Can I reschedule my tickets to another date / time, or upgrade / downgrade my ticket?
We may be able to help reschedule or exchange your ticket for another date, time or ticket type that has not already sold out, with at least 48 hours notice. Please contact us for more information. Make sure to include your ticket order number.
Can I transfer my tickets to another person?
Yes, you can transfer your tickets to anyone for free. It is as easy as clicking “Transfer Tickets” on your ticket on the Fever App. Please contact us for additional help. Make sure to include our ticket order number.
I don’t see a QR code. Is that normal?
Yes, each ticket’s corresponding QR code will be available 24 hours before its date and time. At the entrance, simply access the Fever app to validate your ticket(s).
Do I need to print my ticket?
No, your contactless tickets will be validated directly in the Fever app.
Is there a ticket office on site?
Yes, you can buy your tickets on-site. However, it is better to buy your tickets online in advance if you want to be sure of getting a ticket for your desired time slot.
Is the exhibition suitable for children?
The exhibition is suitable for children, especially those aged 6 and above. We organize special creative workshops for kids from 7 to 12 years old on several sunday mornings from 10am to 11pm. For more information and to book tickets to the creative workshops, click here
Should I arrive at the time indicated on my ticket or earlier?
Please arrive at the time indicated on your ticket to avoid any crowding and in order to respect the capacity limits.
What happens if I arrive late?
We may not be able to guarantee entry if you do not show up at the time indicated on your ticket. We will therefore ask you to wait until we can accommodate you.
What are the prohibited items during the exhibition?
Please do not bring any sharp objects, paints, aerosol cans, suitcases, extra large bags, weapons of any kind (including knives and guns), or other hazardous materials.
Is the exhibition’s content available in several languages ?
The exhibition’s content will be available in French and Dutch.
Can I smoke or vape during the exhibition?
It is forbidden to smoke or vape during the exhibition.
Is alcohol / drinks / food allowed during the exhibition?
It is forbidden to consume food or drink (incl. alcohol) during the exhibition. We do not offer a snack/bar/catering service, but you will find many different food outlets in the area.
Will restrooms be available on site?
Yes, toilets are available onsite.
What are the nearest subway/bus stations?
You can access the exhibition :
- By bus (lines 33, 89, 127, 128, 95, stop at “Bourse”, “Beurs”, or “Grand Place” or line 48 stop at “Manneken-pis”)
- By tramway (lines 3 and 4, stop at “Bourse”)
Is there parking access near the exhibition?
Yes, the closest parking lot is the Grand Place parking within a 5 minute walk to the venue.
Is the exhibition wheelchair accessible?
Yes, please let our staff know at the entrance if you need any assistance.
Are service animals allowed inside?
Yes, service animals are admitted inside the exhibition. However, no other pets or animals are allowed.
Do carers have to pay for a ticket?
Carers are welcomed at the exhibition with free admission upon showing the appropriate documentation at the entrance.
Can I take pictures?
Yes, photos (with or without flash) are allowed.
Who should I contact for any partnership request?
Who should I contact in order to organize a group visit? Private bookings?
For groups of more than 20 people or any request regarding private bookings, please contact us directly on the online form available here
I am a miniature artist, how do I join the exhibition?
Please contact us via email at the following address email@example.com by sharing your site, social networks, and art.
I’m an influencer, media worker, or press reporter, how do I get in contact with you?
Please contact us via email at the following address firstname.lastname@example.org