From 16.03.2024 to 01.06.2024


Wednesday to Sunday
from 11:00 to 18:00


Open on public holidays.


Quai Paul van Hoegaerden 2 /4000 Liège (BE)

(Former Chiroux library)



+32 (0) 4 223 19 60


10€ and more: balancing rates


20€ and more: support rate


5€ and more: minimum rate


Art.27 : 1,25€
Free for children under 12

You decide how much you want to contribute between these 3 rates, and when you buy your ticket you can add a little extra to your contribution (support your local biennial and give a tip).


Your ticket is nominative and gives you unlimited access to the exhibition (events and parties excluded).




Bike racks are available at the exhibition entrance.

Car access

Kennedy car park
Open 7 days a week / Accessible 24 hours a day
Address: Rue du Prémontré, 2 , 4020 Liège

Saint-Paul car park
Open 7 days a week / Accessible 24 hours a day
Address: Place Saint-Paul 3b, 4000 Liège (can also be entered via rue des Clarisses)


Accessibility, reduced mobility and disability.

We invite you to park your vehicle in a space reserved for people with disabilities, just opposite the exhibition entrance at Quai Paul van Hoegaerden 2.

Other parking spaces are also available close to the building. Further information is available from the City of Liège via this link.

We feel it’s important to point out that the entire visit to the exhibition takes place on 2 levels, and represents almost 500 m to cover, with some 20 steps from one floor to the next. For this reason, there are several areas where you can sit down and hydrate. Canes are available on request from the exhibition reception desk.

Should the time and distance involved be too much for you, we remind you that the entrance ticket is for unlimited use throughout the Biennial (March 16 – June1 ), so you can return as many times as you like to see and revisit the installations at your own pace.



Our reception staff can direct you to our 5 ramps, which can be used by wheelchair with accompaniment, and to an elevator for access to the upper floor.

However, we would like to point out that certain areas on the upper floor, in the old offices, are only accessible through 70cm-wide doors. A wheelchair of the correct size can be provided at reception. If this is not suitable for you, please note that alternative content is available in the vicinity of these facilities, enabling you to discover the works on display in a different way.

PRM toilets are available not far from reception.



Sight impairment


Our print and web communications have been designed with typography and contrast in mind, to make them as easy to read as possible.

Large-print visitor guides are available at reception.

Should you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at

or by telephone on +32 (0) 4 223 19 60, to help us ensure the best possible access for all.

BIP – Bookshop


In partnership with the Liège bookshop Livre aux trésors, the BIP – Bookshop offers you a wide selection of Mutantx publications!


Livre aux trésors is an independent general bookshop founded in 2002 in Liège. Offering exhibitions and encounters, it aims to be a convivial place for exchanges and debates, discoveries and adventures, open to all.


The BIP-Bookshop is located at the main entrance to BIP (2, quai Paul van Hoegaerden) and is open during the Biennial’s opening hours.