October 30, 2015
October 28, 2015
October 25, 2015
"After the departure of the monks in 1888, the hill towering above the church was occupied by hermits, whose task was protecting the different places where St-Hadelin used to live.
At the end of the 18th century, the Counts de Liedekerke-Beaufort did built a convent in order to accomodate a community of nuns that ceased to exist in 1973. The building was bought by the town, and now serves as a primary school.
The chapel and basements have been converted into a tourist reception center".
October 17, 2015
If you live in my area of Brussels, the chance that you run into city wanderer and photographer Mathilda is pretty high. Rain or shine, she is always on the move with a backpack carrying her camera and photo equipment.
Labels: Mathilda Van der Borght
October 15, 2015
October 10, 2015
October 08, 2015
"The work of Marc Van Cauwenberghe combines much of the best of three worlds. An Artist from Ghent, Belgium, who moved to New York City almost two decades ago, Van Cauwenberghe has managed to achieve a highly individual synthesis of processes, forms and ideas stemming from European and American tradition in painting, inflected with an Asian aesthetic ... .." excerpt from the beautiful and interesting catalogue "Cosa mentale"
Peindre les pensées par Muriel de Crayencour: http://mu-inthecity.com/2015/10/peindre-les-pensees/
Mathilde Hatzenberger Gallery
www.mathildehatzenberger.eu / Tél : 00 32 (0)478 84 89 81
Rivoli Building / espace #21b à l’étage
Chaussée de Waterloo, 690 (Bascule)
Entrée Rue de Praetere face au n°43
1180 Bruxelles / Belgique