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VideoframesWork™ (sequence of 2 frames per sec) of the 2:50 min video impression (February 28th, 2009) of passers-by in the "TRANSPORT XX" installation in Brussels (an event organised by the BELvue Museum from 27 January to 15 March 2009) that presented photographic portraits of Jews who were to be taken from Malines (Belgium) on 19 april 1943 to Auschwitz — Caption: Brussels (Belgium) 28 February 2009 — VideoframesWork™ (2fps) TRANSPORT XX  installation Brussels  © michelvanderburg.com — Blog: http://iMichel.com/
VideoframesWork™ (sequence of 2 frames per sec) of the 2:50 min video impression (February 28th, 2009) of passers-by in the "TRANSPORT XX" installation in Brussels (an event organised by the BELvue Museum from 27 January to 15 March 2009) that presented photographic portraits of Jews who were to be taken from Malines (Belgium) on 19 april 1943 to Auschwitz — Caption: Brussels (Belgium) 28 February 2009 — VideoframesWork™ (2fps) TRANSPORT XX installation Brussels © michelvanderburg.com — Blog: http://iMichel.com/

Check Out The BELvue Museum's New Permanent Exhibition

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Updated: 26 August 2016
The BELvue Museum’s transformation is officially complete and there is no better timing to commemorate the occasion than on Belgium’s National Day. Starting on the 21st of July, visitors can check out the newly transformed BELvue through a new thematic permanent exhibition that delivers a thorough look into Belgium’s history. This immersive exhibit allows visitors to explore and interpret Belgium’s identity and history through seven themes including democracy, prosperity and solidarity. Those looking to join in on the fun will find a weekend filled with guided tours, activities and other tasty treats.

📅  Opening Day: Thur 21st July 2016, Tues – Fri 9:30 am – 5 pm & Sat – Sun 10 am – 6 pm 

📍 Place des Palais / Paleizenplein 7, Brussels, Belgium


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