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Aug 11th, 2011 |
“There are always crowds around this little boy and it makes you wonder why you went out of your way to see this small statute of a boy.”
Manneken Pis is a famous Brussels’ landmark, designed by Jerome Duquesnoy. It is a small bronze fountain depicting a naked little boy who is urinating into the fountain’s basin. It was put in place in 1618 or 1619 and is located at the intersection of Rue de l’Étuve/Stoofstraat and Rue du Chêne/Eikstraat. Just take left from the famous Grand Palace when you get to the Brussels Town Hall and continue walking for a few hundred meters.
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Dec 2nd, 2010 |
Courtesy of the Hotel Mayfair
The Centre Pompidou is currently hosting an exhibition of Arman from the 22nd of September 2010 to the 10th of January 2011.
Be a part of the Arman collection of art at the centre Pompidou. Be a witness to unparalleled post-war art as Arman is known as one of the leading figures and innovators of New Realism. Find “ways to approach the real” as 120 of his works from the mid 1950’s towards the end of the 90’s define this style. While remaining in the same time frame, Arman’s work was made from a foundation of the consumer society’s production...