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AN ARCHAIC VISION OF A GOLDEN AGE OF INNOCENCE – Edward Calvert, British printmaker and painter.

Growing into Brotherhood of the Ancients. All things make Dalston a great place to explore. Looking for fried chicken and cocktail Chick ’n’ Sours restaurant http://www.chicknsours.co.uk/ waiting for you at 390 Kingsland Rd. Generally fills up with artsy types on a Friday or Saturday night. In theatre-light east London, situated in the Turkish community in Dalston, the Arcola Theatre https://www.arcolatheatre.com/ …

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PROUD OF RIDICULOUSNESS, LOOKING FOR SURREALISM – Four shades of Belgian creativity, from Leefdaal to Kortrijk.

Travel where not only people give what they have, but also what they are. Based on our more years of art itinerary experience, we place a premium on value your creative satisfaction. Our Author’s Travels you offers themed-tours to different destinations around the world. Make your travel art masterpiece, moving you around the creative men and woman life’s experiences. Traveling …

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EMOTION HINTS, AND EMPHASIS ON SEXUALITY – Ann Demeulemeester: If I do not try new things, then I am not pushing myself.

Working with an artist, drawing inspiration from an androgynous singer. Local specialities include Kalletaart (apple cake with Calvados), Peperbollen and chocolate little beguines. The French called it Courtrai. The Roman name (Cortoriacum) meant in Latin the settlement near the curb in the river. Its name later evolved to Cortrycke, Cortryck and Kortrijk, a Belgian city in the Flemish province of …

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HYGIENE AND THE ASSASSIN – Amélie Nothomb: When you need to be very hungry to write.

The only thing that beauty will bring to you is terror of losing it. The capital of Belgium is a place with stunning architecture packed into every street and alleyway. A special multi-layered atmosphere makes Brussels a great city to visit. At the centre of the Grand Place, waiting for you the beautiful 15th Century city hall. The square is …

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SOMETHING ELSE WILL CONVINCE YOU: THAT VOICE – Selah Sue: Tackles battle with depression head on, through songs.

Torments and concerns of youth, reggae and soul. It features two medieval churches and a 17th-century castle. Before 1977, it used to be one of the biggest villages in the region. Leefdaal is a small town in central Belgium, in the Flemish Brabant. The restaraunt Bertem Brug http://www.bertembrug.be/ offers excellent local cuisine at reasonable prices. The staff is friendly and …

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FLUENCY OF LINE, RHYTHMIC COMPOSITION AND EXPRESSIVE INTENSITY – Rogier van der Weyden: Religious works, secular paintings and wonderful portraits.

Becoming immortal, using a broad range of colours. Cathedral of Our Lady is one of the most striking architectural marvels you will encounter in Tournai www.tournai.be, offering a mix of Romanesque and Gothic designs. Its centerpiece is the Shrine of Our Lady (a 1205 gold-sculpted reliquary). Among the collection the Museum of Fine Arts holds today, are paintings from the …

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FIRST THINK WHERE GO, THEN FIND RIGHT PEOPLE – Ludwigshafen, Berlin and Hamburg: art itinerary with four special Germans.

Germany, where small creativity amounts add up to something bigger. This city is full of history and culture. Charming Ludwigshafen is build on the port west bank of the Rhine River. In its Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, you will see a wonderfull paintings collection of Mondrian, Kandinsky and Andy Warhol. Bodenseeufer https://www.bodensee.de/region/untersee-hegau/konstanz,is a nature reserve located on Lake Constance, where you will find …

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PURE, UNDERSTATED FASHION DESIGNS – Jil Sander, a Minimalist German fashion designer.

The “Queen of Less” by the fashion industry. Hamburg residential quarters on Zollkanal, now protected as a World Heritage Site, you can offer Speicherstadt, the City of Warehouses, with an atmosphere all its own, where to walk through red-brick canyons. North of the Reeperbahn for a walk, looking for its walls coated in graffiti. You will come across unusual shops. …

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STRATIFICATIONS AND POETIC INTRICHES – Lisel Mueller, when sadness becomes poetry.

You shall not twist my bones into a star’s shape. Cheap foodstuffs cause Ninety per cent of the diseases known to man. So, do not never forget: you are what you eat. Hamburg has a sophisticated, culturally open vibe. Numerous Hamburg restaurants www.hamburg.com serve German food favorites (like Currywurst), as well as Hamburg food specialties (like Franzbrotchen). The restaurant’s minimalistic …

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I LIKE TO LOOK INTO YOUR EYES – Julia Neigel, voice with wings.

I will keep you in my heart long without knowing who you are. This city is full of history and culture. Charming Ludwigshafen is build on the port west bank of the Rhine River. In its Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, you will see a wonderfull collection of of  Mondrian, Kandinsky and Andy Warhol. Bodenseeufer https://www.bodensee.de/region/untersee-hegau/konstanz is a nature reserve located on Lake Constance, …

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