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Rareties of Rogier van der Weyden presented at Museo del Prado

“The Crucifixion,” by one of the most celebrated artists of his time, the Flemish artist Rogier van der Weyden made near the end of the artist’s life, was brought to Spain in the 16th century. Once hung in the sacristy of … Continue reading

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Panamarenko’s exhibition

Originally posted on APieceOfArt:
I got this free ticket out of my newspaper to visit Panamarenko’s exhibition and see his artistic works for real. I did enjoy the exhibition that was put up in the MuHKA, in Antwerp where he used to live…

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M HKA – Panamarenko

Originally posted on Nil's…:
You may have heard his name – or even know about his art.It involves objects that could be flying, even a submarine and other technical ideas, insects and so much more that are turned into…

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My Panamarenko experience 2015

Originally posted on Viagem & Travel:
A few days ago my boyfriend told me: We`re going to see the Panamarenko exhibition in Antwerpen. Ok, will be nice, but who is Panamarenko? Don`t worry is a nice guy, you`ll like it. I…

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An eye on artist and visionary strange fellow Panamarenko

In the Museum for Modern Art in Antwerp, the MHKA (previously with the better name:  MuHKA) space was given to an inventor, technician, mathematician, philosopher and visionary who in the 1960 got lots of problems with the authority and got … Continue reading

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Walking with Jan Hoet

Originally posted on Unnumbered Impressions:
In his book Art Incorporated Julian Stallabrass analyses the growth of biennial exhibitions and other transnational art events in the 1990s, singling out tourism and municipal prestige as underlying motives. In extreme cases these events…

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2014 Personalities and Obituary

In 2014 Culture I looked at some figures which attracted a lot of people from all genres. Their strangeness might have pulled a lot of attraction by the press, but also their professionalism should be remembered for 2014. In the … Continue reading

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2014 Culture

Theatre productions “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown“, the frenetic 1988 comedy that first brought film director Pedro Almodóvar to the attention of a wider international audience. After a short run on Broadway in 2010, Women on the … Continue reading

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2014 Social contacts

Over the past few years you may have noticed a change in the way you are consuming content. With more and more large companies looking to find ways to connect to their ideal consumer there has been a shift in … Continue reading

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Disturbing language inbalance

Disturbing you may say the least, when walking around the streets around the capital of Europe. In a country where you would think people would be able to speak at least one of the main languages, it is incredible lots … Continue reading

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