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The Beauty of the Beast in Kasteel d'Ursel

20 May 2017

  • Beauty Beast
  • Animal Art by Old and New Masters

    Exhibition in a beautiful castle near to the river Scheldt, with old paintings and sculptures of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp and artworks by contemporary artists.
    Ruben Bellinkx, PascalBernier, Karin Borghouts, Caroline Coolen, Johan Creten, Wim Delvoye, Jan Fabre, Jef Geys, Frieke Janssens, Gideon Kiefer, Mark Manders, Mieke Teirlinck, Patrick Van Caeckenbergh, Stephan Vanfleteren, Koen Vanmechelen and others.

    6 new presented photographs of Karin Borghouts, series ‘Reliquiae’, are exhibited in the children’s room of the castle.
    Photographs made in 2009-2010 in collaboration with Universiteitsmuseum Ghent and Aquarium-Muséum Liège.

    From 25 May until 15 October 2017
    Kasteel d’Ursel
    Hingene (Province Antwerp)
    Belgium

    Tickets 10 euro
    Individual visitors are welcome only on Sundays and Bank Holidays from 1 pm to 6 pm.
    Group visits with afternoon tea provided, take place by reservation only on weekdays between 10 am and 6 pm.
    For more information, reservations or a bespoke programme contact the castle directly on [email protected] or 0032 (0)3 820 60 10

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