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On 30 June, the Art and History Museum is re-opening its doors to the public after 3 months’ closure. The ‘Wolfers shop’ will be exhibiting a sculpture by Philippe Wolfers, and, soon after, silver cutlery commissioned by Victor Horta from Wolfers Frères.

From 18 June to 4 Octobe8 November 2020, 28 original works by François Schuiten will be on show at the Estonian Museum of Architecture as part of an exhibition devoted to the Cités Obscures.

From among the varied works of the avant-garde artist Marcel-Louis Baugniet, four sketches for furniture and household objects have joined the collections of the King Baudouin Foundation.

Little by little, since 18 May, our museums have been opening their doors to the public again. It’s the perfect opportunity for you to discover some of the new works that have come to join our collections.

Previously unseen images of King Leopold III of the Belgians on the Pyramid of Cheops were unearthed during research undertaken by historian Jean-Michel Bruffaerts while preparing a biography of Jean Capart, the famous Belgian Egyptologist.

The Irène Heidebroek – Eliane van Duyse Fund has exceptionally recompensed two projects for young people and museums. This is excellent news for the culture sector during this period of crisis.