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SURREALISTICALLY, LIKE NOWHERE ELSE – Ways to create in an original way? In Belgium, we know there are

Where you will appreciate being told love me a little, but in an original way Originally, the purpose of the museum was to present the secrets of the human body, as well as to offer the possibility of visualizing diseases. Founded in 1856 by Pierre Spitzner, the anatomical museum that bears his name still houses wax casts of human bodies …

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SURREALIST REVOLUTION – Irène Hamoir, the leading female exponent of the Belgian surrealist movement

When creativity breaks its shell In 1936, René Magritte painted a portrait of her, Beauty broke her strange casing, gave the fountains pink. Figure of the Belgian surrealist movement, in fact, after studying economics he began working as a secretary in a dyeing factory, later becoming involved in the Belgian socialist movement. She was born in Saint-Gilles from a family …

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