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Fifty years after René Magritte's death, the Atomium pays a unique tribute to one of the great figures of the Belgium Surrealist movement. The Atomium invites both the young and the not-so-young to discover René Magritte through a fun experience full of surprises. Certain key works by the major Belgian Surrealist artist will be displayed in an innovative scenography. Visitors will be immersed in the Surrealist universe of René Magritte, whose paintings will be transformed into exhibition sets, split into sections for close examination. Enter the magical world of Belgium's greatest artist. Weave your way around his bowler-hatted figures, his clouds and birds. Discover the secret messages hidden in his paintings, explore the extraordinary and captivating settings depicted in his masterpieces. This exhibition specifically designed for the 60th anniversary of the Atomium launches the visitor into the magical world of René Magritte and the surrealism. Two Belgian icons meet!
Magritte, Atomium meets surrealism (Atomium)

Where

Atomiumsquare 
1020 Laken

When

From Thursday, September 21, 2017
To Monday, September 10, 2018

Contact

+32 (0)2 475 47 75

Accessibility information

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