These days the Universal Art Building of the National Museum of Fine Arts hosts an extensive exhibition of contemporary art in Belgium, a panorama recreated from works by forty artists who currently work, or worked there. Certainly, we know the artistic practices of modern Belgium especially since great creators such as the Flemish painters Anton Van Dyck and Pieter Brueghel the Elder, the expressionist James Ensor, the surrealist René Magritte or the painter and sculptor Constant Permeke entered the history pages of universal art. Today, the range of artists has expanded and Belgium has become a favorable scenario for creation, due to the characteristics of this space: exceptionally multicultural and multi-linguistic.
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