Exhibitions

The leading European foundations active in safeguarding our cultural heritage are presenting some of the major works from their collections. From May 24 to September 30, 2018 at the Art & History Museum, in Brussels.

Hugo Claus died 10 years ago. His archives were acquired by the Heritage Fund and entrusted to the Letterenhuis in Antwerp. Today, the Letterenhuis is celebrating this important Flemish author. An exhibition not to be missed on Claus and his archives.

The Hugo Claus archives, acquired and conserved by the Heritage Fund, are being exhibited for the first time to the general public. Discover the amazing diversity and wealth of the archives in two unmissable exhibitions in 2018: at the Letterenhuis, Antwerp, and at the Bozar, Brussels.

'Hugo Claus, Con Amore' is an exhibition about and in celebration of Hugo Claus at the BOZAR, Brussels. A portrait without precedent, with several pieces from our Hugo Claus and Christian Dotremont archives. A first!

Paul Dumont, Ann-Kristin Källström, Grace Sippy, Julianne Ricksecker and Charlotte Massipare are the winners of the 2018 International René Carcan Prize for Printmaking. With this prize, the René Carcan Fund, managed by the King Baudouin Foundation, aims to promote the art of engraving and printmaking.

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