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Costa Lefkochir 1987 - 2017

Paintings – sculptures- installations
 

From Greece to Africa, Palestine to India, the Middle East to France and Belgium, discover the inspiration of the artist Costa Lefkochir. A unique journey through two hundred paintings, sculptures, artefacts, photo installations and videos, this is the result of thirty years of creativity.

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The Orient Express

The Orient Express is a legendary name that has continued to inspire writers and film-makers, as evidenced by the recent release of Kenneth Branagh's latest film, "Murder on the Orient Express”, based on the novel by Agatha Christie.

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De demain à Delvaux

The Curtius Museum hosts a remarkable exhibition of pieces by the Antheit artist Paul Delvaux (1897–1994). The “From tomorrow to Delvaux” exhibition inaugurates the Grand Curtius’ temporary exhibition halls. The exhibition showcases Paul Delvaux’s favourite domain: stations, trains and trams. The exhibition will present an exceptional collection of paintings, watercolours, sketches and artefacts that belonged to Delvaux. The pieces that are exhibited come from museums in Belgium and overseas (including Japan and USA), the Delvaux Foundation in Saint-Idesbald and private collections.

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Europalia China

Europalia is the biennial arts and culture festival. This multi-disciplinary festival focuses on a guest country. For its 40th anniversary, the organisers have chosen an incredibly expansive country with a thousand-year-old culture: China. Five countries and 75 European cities will host exhibitions, concerts, conferences or film screenings themed around the Middle Empire.

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Raoul Ubac retrospective

With more than 120 works from public and private collections – both Belgian and European – this Liège retrospective brings together the various facets of Raoul Ubac's talent, from his first surrealism-inspired photographs to the last cut stone, which was unfinished at the time of the artist's death in 1985.

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Christian Otte

"For a long time, my painting has expressed my warped relationship with the human being, this creature that is as hateful as it is admirable, both repulsive and attractive, frightful and adorable, in its behaviours and aspirations. […] I became tired of man and depicting him, when I discovered a fondness for the cow.

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José Fosty Clandestine drawings from the Buchenwald concentration camp

Born in Dalhem in 1919, José Fosty was destined for an artistic career but, at the age of 19, he enlisted. Wounded, he was evacuated to Paris; then, at the time of the Belgian capitulation, he returned to Brussels and joined the information and actions service of the resistance known as "Braverie".