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Original artwork created for the strip cartoons Les Terres Creuses and Les Cités Obscures, from the François Schuiten Archival Fund, will be highlighted at the Musée Royal de Mariemont as part of the exhibition « Bye Bye Future! L’art de voyager dans le temps » (25 January - 24 May 2020). 

110 years ago, the jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt was born in Liberchies, Belgium. A significant part of His work has been preserved thanks to the Pernet Fund and is exhibited at the Musical Instruments Museum in Brussels.

This year, you can see a model train at the King Baudouin Foundation’s stand at Brafa. Discover this and other new acquisitions at stand 46 A, from 26 January to 2 February. 

The King Baudouin Foundation’s Heritage team sends you their best wishes for a happy holiday and a wonderful 2020. A year that promises to be particularly rich and exciting!

Raoul Servais, one of the most innovative Belgian filmmakers of the 20th century, has donated his documentation to the King Baudouin Foundation. The graphic works, cells, documents and items used in his iconic films, will now be preserved and made accessible for ever.

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