KMSKA on the road

01.07.2012 - 01.07.2017

in short

In September 2011 the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp closed its doors as it embarked on a radical restoration. The Antwerp museum has loaned sixteen masterpieces from its collection to the Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent
Exhibition has ended.
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Visitor entrance

Museum of Fine Arts Ghent
Fernand Scribedreef 1 (Citadelpark)
9000 Ghent
Belgium 

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Museum voor Schone Kunsten Gent

in detail

In the frame of the collection mobility project of the Flemish Art Collection (Vlaamse kunstcollectie or VKC) - the partnership of the art historical museums of Antwerp, Bruges and Ghent - Groeningemuseum in Bruges will include several fifteenth- and sixteenth-century masterpieces of KMSKA in its permanent exhibits. MSK in Ghent opted to exhibit nineteenth- and early twentieth-century art works but instead of focussing on artists that are not represented in MSK's collection the museum preferred to emphasise an interaction with its permanent collection. The selection spans a century of visual arts production, with works by such artists as Henri Leys, Henri De Braekeleer, George Grosz and Ossip Zadkine.
Admission
5,00/3,75 EUR/0-19y free/19-26y 1 EUR
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