What You must see: Rwanda in Photographs: Death Then, Life Now in London
The exhibition starts with a question, and a telling one: ‘When you imagine Rwanda, what do you see?’ Twenty years after the 1994 genocide with which it has become synonymous, the country is eager to show that it is more than just a one-time bloodbath. To that end, this is the first show outside the country of images by professional Rwandan photographers (plus some outside contributions)
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What you must have: T-shirt for art lovers!
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What you must know: Modern and contemporary museum in Brussels!
Council of Ministers has given the go-ahead for plans to renovate the Vanderborght stores, right off of Brussels’s central plaza. The buildings will house the modern and contemporary collections of the Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts. The city will contribute over two million dollars to the external work on the building, and will lease the buildings to the museum for thirty years. “A modern and contemporary art is essential to the cultural influence of Brussels and is also the economy and tourism,” said the city’s alderman of culture, Karine Lalieux. The new museum is expected to open its doors in 2016.
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Meeting with self-taught artist Mi-KL at his home in Rixensart. An invitation to vibrations and colors!
Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World has opened on the 24th June and is on until the 25th October 2015, featuring more than 100 works, from early carvings to the later works in bronze and wood. It also displays the personal photograph albums compiled with her second husband Ben Nicholson.