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The Beauty of the Beast campaign image

  

From 25 May 2017 until 15 October 2017 at the Castle d’Ursel in Hingene.

 

Art history begins with animals: humans first depicted them in murals over 30,000 years ago. While animals began to feature in all kinds of paintings from the Middle Ages onwards, they only become the true protagonists in the 17th century.

Old & new

The Beauty of the Beast combines and confronts animal paintings by Old Masters such as Frans Snijders and Jacob Jordaens with the work of dozens of contemporary artists like Karin Borghouts, Stephan Vanfleteren en Koen Vanmechelen.

 

  

Encounters

  

From 19 May at the MAS in Antwerp

Great art needs no explanation to touch people. Some works of art leave observers bewildered; others allow them to 'see' from a different perspective.The exhibition Encounters is about a universal experience of art. 

GUIDES OF SENSIBILITY

Dancers in the exhibition are guides of sensibility for the observer; they reinforce the total experience.

This exhibition is a collaboration between the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp and the MAS.

  

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From 2 July until 1 October 2017 at Museum Dhondt – Dhaenens in Deurle.

An exhibition about Walther Vanbeselaere, Chief Curator of the KMSKA from 1948 to 1973.

This exhibition will feature art by Henri De Braekeleer, James Ensor, Rik Wouters, Jakob Smits, Constant Permeke, Gust De Smet and Jean Brusselmans.

For the presentation of this exhibition, three contemporary artists were invited to interplay with the space of the museum. Artists Oleg Matrokhin, Bart Lodewijks and Jacqy duVal interchange with the Vanbeselaere collection through special architectural, coloristic and mathematical interventions.

 

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