This exhibition is an invitation to explore pathways in Belgian art, moving through a selection of masterpieces from the Musée d'Ixelles collection (Brussels).
This panorama, casting a light on the main currents from fin-de-siècle Belgium to the aftermath of the Second World War, illustrates the charged richness and unique character of the period. Oscillating between international influences and specifically local concerns, between a deep attachment to the physical and a fertile propensity for the imaginary, Belgian art reveals itself to be a hymn to modernity, freedom and non-conformity.
1 place Francis Morand
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