Housed in a converted grain silo on the banks of the Scheldt, M HKA has been Antwerp’s leading and most daring art museum for three decades. Dedicated to showing a variety of artists at all stages of their careers, M HKA is vastly respected for its open and outward-looking attitude. During May, the museum presents an exhibition from its permanent collection. Revolving around the themes of image, action and society, the show includes a star-studded line up of post-war Belgian and international artists; Jan Fabre, Marlene Dumas and Belgium’s representative at last year’s Venice Biennale, Dirk Braeckman, amongst others. Essential viewing and a good starting point for a city-wide tour.