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Masters Salon 2015: the best pieces from the students of the four academies in Belgium

The Academy of Fine Arts of Liège participates in the Masters Salon 2015, an exhibition that presents a selection of the best pictorial productions from Masters' students in Painting 2014–15, from the four Royal Academies of Fine Arts of Belgium (Antwerp, Brussels, Ghent and Liège).

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Dacos Award

Dacos, who was a professor of engraving at the Academy of Fine Arts in Liège and the co-founder of the Biennial of Engraving, the “La Poupée d’Encre” association, Dacos is ubiquitous when it comes to engraving.

He launched a project to create an award, which would support and encourage young engravers. In addition, the City of Liège, in close collaboration with the artist’s family, is organising the first edition of the Dacos Award this year, 2015.

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DIALOGUE

Ce projet est une proposition de l’AIGS en collaboration avec l’asbl REVERS.
Les œuvres exposées sont en partie réalisées dans les ateliers des CRF Le Maillet,
L’Intervalle, Le Sablier, le SIS Les Cramignons et le dispositif d’insertion par la culture REVERS.

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DÉSIRS / olivier pé

After the 2011 presentation of the collection of monumental paintings entitled "Garden of days" – which was intended to occupy the nave of the Saint Pholien church (Liège) – Olivier Pé (who was born in 1972 and worked in Liège) will be showcasing his new research in the halls of the Grand Curtius museum on 28 January.

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Pol Piérart

The Liège artist Pol Piérart is honoured at the Palais Curtius between 10 March and 30 April 2016. Pol Piérart studied decorative painting at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Liège; he then became interested in photography.