BRUEGEL’S EYE: reconstructing the landscape

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BRUEGEL’S EYE: reconstructing the landscape

7 April until 31 October 2019, Dilbeek near Brussels

2019 is the 450th anniversary of the death of Pieter Bruegel the Elder. The world-famous painter lived in Brussels and visited the Pajottenland to find inspiration. Dilbeek is celebrating this with an open-air exhibition featuring works by internationally renowned artists and designers.

The open-air exhibition in the Pajottenland will catapult Bruegel into the 21st century. Via a walking route, you can see through the eyes of the painter as he produced his impressive landscape paintings. Bruegel painted the chapel of Sint-Anna-Pede and the watermill of Sint-Gertrudis-Pede. These monuments form the starting and resting point for a walk of around 7 km along 15 installations.

Interventions by:

Guillaume Bijl, Josse De Pauw, Erik Dhont, Filip Dujardin, Future Farmers (US), Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, Landinzicht, OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen, Bas Princen (NL), Rotor, Georges Rousse (FR), Bas Smets, Koen van den Broek and Lois Weinberger (AT)

 

 

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