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MAURICE CARÊME MUSEUM

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304 Avenue Van Volxem
Forest 1190 Vorst

T 82,97 B 49,50

KIDS - age 7 -13 - accompanied by a parent

EXPO "Latin America in Tatters"

KIDS – LUDIC ROUTE – Children from 7 to 13 years old receive a visit guide made especially for them: images to look for and colors to put down thanks to the clues of the guides. A parent must accompany them.

STANDING GUIDES – “Latin America in Tatters” – 5 guides answer all your questions. Feel free to address them in French, Dutch, English or Spanish.

 

The Fondation A Stichting presents the “Latin America in Tatters” exhibition


The tattered walls of crumbling architecture, in Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Cuba and Mexico, festooned with saltpetre, bear the weight of time and political advocacy.


Stones torn from ancient civilisations, stripped of their polychromy, have formed a modernist utopia, but neither urban fantasies nor revolutions have saved Latin America, damaged by the violence.


These photographs, scratched, slit or torn, haunted by the wounds of a continent, outline the shape of an oppressed landscape.


With the works of: David Consuegra, Pablo Ortiz Monasterio, Luz Maria Bedoya, Fernell Franco, Facundo de Zuviría, Paz Errázuriz, Fernando La Rosa, Adriana Lestido, Miguel Ángel Rojas, Juan Travnik, Luc Chessex, Pablo López Luz, François Dolmetsch, Johanna Calle, Agustín Martínez Castro, Paolo Gasparini, Óscar Pintor, Graciela Iturbide, Sergio Trujillo, Jaime Villaseca.