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Advertising image Clara Peeters

  

From 18 June 2016 to 2 October 2016 at the Rockox House.

Clara Peeters was an outsider – one of the few female fine artists in the early seventeenth century, not to mention a pioneer in the development of still life as a genre.

We know very little about her life. She worked in Antwerp in the first quarter of the seventeenth century, and a mere forty paintings have been attributed to her. Her still lifes – banquets, fish platters and bouquets – are a feast for the eye.

The exhibition Clara Peeters. Dinner is served sets out to answer the questions evoked by the sometimes enigmatic work of this fascinating artist.

In collaboration with the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid

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From 26 August to 11 December 2016 at Museum Hof van Busleyden in Mechelen.

The Mad Maiden is a well-known work by Rik Wouters, whose roots lie in Mechelen, and symbolises the connection between the visual arts, movement and dance.

On the occasion of the centenary of the death of Wouters in 2016, Museums & Heritage Mechelen and the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp will join forces again for this unique exhibition. 

Rik Wouters at MoMu

  

From 17 September onwards you will be able to visit Rik Wouters & the Private Utopia at MoMu – Fashion Museum Antwerp.

The theme of enchanting homeliness by painter Rik Wouters, as well as the intimate feeling of sanctity between him and his wife Nel, forms the premise of this exhibition.

Various Belgian fashion designers — including Dirk Van Saene, Bruno Pieters, Christian Wijnants, Walter Van Beirendonck, Ann Demeulemeester, Dries Van Noten, Veronique Branquinho, Martin Margiela, Marina Yee and Jan-Jan Van Essche — give their individual interpretations to these thoughts.

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