Art galleries you shouldn't miss in Liege

Each artist has a story to tell and a world to share

The art gallery is a place of encounter and reflection, offering a permanent space for dialogue between the public and the artists, whether they are from Liège or abroad. Each artist has a story to tell and a world to share that awakens an emotion in us. Don't hesitate to push open the doors of the art galleries. It is also an opportunity to discover lesser-known and more exclusive places. Art is increasingly exhibited in unusual or historic places, such as an elegant 19th century mansion or a converted industrial building.

The highlights

Les Brasseurs

Both an experimental space and an art gallery, Les Brasseurs offers a reflection on contemporary art by proposing cycles of individual or group exhibitions.

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Galerie Nadja Vilenne

Located in a former industrial building (a bicycle factory), this gallery is one of the most important places for contemporary art in Liege. The owner exhibits internationally renowned artists, often Belgian, sometimes foreign.

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Other places to discover

Le Trinkhall

The Trinkhall is a contemporary art museum presenting works mainly by artists with mental disabilities. Housed in a brand new contemporary architectural structure, the museum claims the concept of situated arts, which is both aesthetic and environmental. The place invites you to look at the collection with a different eye and to awaken your senses to all art forms.


Facing the architectural UFO that is the station, a gallery that challenges without taboos. Mostly international artists are exhibited in a spirit of collective reflection on artistic intellectual trends.

Quai 4

In a beautiful manor house facing the Meuse

Galerie Saint Remy

At the bend in an alley in the shadow of the cathedral

Galerie Liehrmann

Opposite the philharmonic orchestra, an eclectic gallery

Les Drapiers

In the historic centre

Monos Galerie

A minimalist place where each work has its own space

Galerie Satellite

Cinema Churchill

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