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E-newsletter February 2009
From Van Dyck to Bellotto - Splendor at the Court of Savoy: See works by Jan "Velvet" Brueghel, Peter Paul Rubens, and Anthony Van Dyck, alongside those of Italian masters from the 15th to the 18th century. The exhibition is held at BOZAR, the Center for Fine Arts in Brussels and is running through May 24, 2009. MORE
Charles the Bold - The Splendor of Burgundy: From March 27 thru July 21, the Groeningen Museum in Bruges is host to the exhibition of Flemish Primitives from the Groeninge Museum's own collection and loans from some of the world's major museums. Do not miss a visit to the Church of Our Lady final resting place of Charles the Bold and his daughter Mary of Burgundy. MORE
Goya, Redon, Ensor - Grotesque paintings and drawings: The concepts of Goya in which demons, witches and fools played a tragicomical role clearly differs from the seriousness and typical symbolic mystifications of Redon, and the hilarious, cynical caricatures of Ensor. The exhibit is held at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp from March 14 thru June 14. MORE
Royal Greenhouses in Brussels are open to the public: covering six acres of neoclassical rotundas, domes and galleries the Royal Greenhouses in Brussels are open from April 17 through May 10, 2009. Twenty full time gardeners tend the giant ferns, fruit-bearing banana trees, grottoes, glades and grassy vistas. Green thumbs and garden aficionados are in for a treat. MORE
Chocolate - The Bruges Chocolate Festival: From May 1 thru May 4 the city of Bruges offers four days of ultimate chocolate experience. Bakers, chocolate makers and the Bruges Chocolate Museum in co-operation with the hospitality sector and the city of Bruges are the organizer behind this unique chocolate fair for consumers. Time to indulge your sweet tooth. MORE

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We are moving: As of February 20, 2009 our new home in the Big Apple is:
The New York Times Building
620 Eighth Avenue, 44th floor
New York, NY 10018

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