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Light sculpture, Elias Derboven

Driesnellenstraat, 2060 Antwerp

Head over to Driesnellenstraat in Antwerp’s ‘den Dam’ neighbourhood to see an original artwork: a light sculpture with a text in the form of a bird. The artwork was installed at the neighbourhood’s request and enhances the street’s appearance.

Restorations / cleaning statues in the city

The Middelheim Museum is responsible for the maintenance and conservation of the city’s sculpture heritage.

The E-element. Matteo Galiazzo & Ola-Dele-Kuku

27 February until 22 April 2005

The Italian author Matteo Galiazzo and the Nigerian-Belgian artist and architect Ola-Dele Kuku were inspired by the letter E.

IDYL - as to answer that picture

29 May until 25 September 2005

Nine artists reflect on the status and relevance of sculpture as a genre.

Auguste Rodin (France)

Parijs, 1840 – Meudon, 1917


Renaat Braem and the Middelheim Pavilion

16 October 2005 until 19 February 2006

This exhibition featured a selection from the hundreds of drawings for the design of the Middelheim Pavilion, in the pavilion itself.

Auguste Rodin (France)

Parijs, 1840 – Meudon, 1917

The Bronze Age

Emile- Antoine Bourdelle (France)

Montauban, 1861- Le Vésinet, 1929

Hercules the Archer

Long live sculpture!

1 June until 3 September 2006

Eleven Belgian and international artists gave their own contemporary interpretation of sculpture as a genre for this group exhibition.

Constantin Meunier (Belgium)

Etterbeek, 1831- Brussel, 1905

The Sower

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