Brussels: From Cross-Roads to Parking Place
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Brussels: From Cross-Roads to Parking Place

(Kurt de Boodt) The Low Countries - 2001, № 9, pp. 298-299

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The exhibition Brussels, Cross-Roads of Cultures resolutely followed the course taken by the arts, with the emphasis on painting. Starting at the beginning of the nineteenth century, it continued right through to the present day, as if there was no stopping it, as if the roads stretched all the way from the cosmopolitan cross-roads to the visitor's feet. The author takes a look at the catalogue and the exhibition itself.

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