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FINE ARTS & HUMAN RIGHTS

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, together the RMFAB and Amnesty International mapped out a human rights trail through the heart of the museums' collections. In 12 videos, art historians and human rights experts enter into a dialogue with each other and the artworks.

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Bruegel. Unseen Masterpieces

Bruegel. Unseen Masterpieces allows you to delve into the works of Pieter Bruegel the Elder († Brussels, 1569). Each of his compositions depicts a whole host of characters - some surprising, others familiar - and vignettes that provide the subtext of history, which are masterpieces worthy of exploration in their own right. The RMFAB launched this project jointly with the Google Cultural Institute and other major international museums.

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Visioguides Musée Magritte Museum

The visioguides of the Magritte Museum present 21 works by Magritte in Belgian-French sign language (LSFB), Flemish sign language (VGT) and international sign language (ISL).

International Sign Vlaamse Gebarentaal Langue des Signes de Belgique Francophone 

2050. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE FUTURE

Paintings, sculptures, photos, videos, installations and digital art: over 70 contemporary works question our future up to 2050. The exhibition of the RMFAB, in cooperations with the the Louvre Museum, addresses major social themes such as over-consumption, global conflicts, scarcity of natural resources, social and economic inequality, the mutation of the human being.

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CONSTANTIN MEUNIER RETROSPECTIVE 

Constantin Meunier is known internationally for the industrial labourers, dock and mine workers that he introduced into the visual arts as icons of modernity. His view of mankind and the world is engaged and full of compassion, and inextricably bound up with the industrial, social and political developments that took place in Belgium at the end of the 19th century. The exhibition at the RMFAB provided a varied overview of the complete work of the artist. 

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MediaPat is a website developed by the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, with the support of the Belgian Science Policy (Belspo).The movies on MediaPat inform the public on the activities of the different, federal, scientific institutions.

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