Bruxelles : art contemporain et cultures populaires

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The exposition captures a subjective portrait of Brussels, it’s wonderful Melting Pot and surrealist spirit, by confronting contemporary art with popular creations. presents approaches as different as the World Machine by Franz Gsellmann inspired by the Atomium, spectacular and polymorphic installations (Charlemagne Palestine, Kendell Geers), art embodying the sharing of an ecological conscience (Lise Duclaux) and photography so close to us that it becomes universal (Vincen Beeckman, Kurt Ryslavy).

An invitation to enjoy the diversity and uniqueness of Brussels!


This project, produced by Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles, is an adaptation of the exposition BXL Universel, presented for the tenth anniversary of the CENTRALE for contemporary art.

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