“African art at the Van Buuren Museum” 19/01/20 – 01/03/20
It is on the initiative of Isabelle Anspach, curator of the Van Buuren Museum, that this emblematic home of Art Deco will host its very first exhibition of African art.
Didier Claes, Vice-President of Brafa and curator of the exhibition, presents us with a remarkable and expertly chosen selection of major African works of art so in tune with the soul of the museum that they create an expressive connection that is nothing short of stunning.
The beauty and astounding quality of the masks and sculptures on display all come from two Belgian collections.
Fruit of a common passion, this introductory journey offers us a perspective on the adventures of two sets of friends on a quest to discover an ancestral world that is as rich as it is complex.
Afternoons from 14:00 to 17:00.
Closed on Tuesdays.
Exhibition entrance fee:
€ 11 (Adults) € 9 (Senior citizens), € 7 (Groups of 10 or more), € 6 (Students), free (Children under the age of 12)
Guided tours (by appointment): € 60 on weekdays – € 80 during weekends
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