Edition Bruno Robbe
Éditions Bruno Robbe were created in 1999. Bruno Robbe welcomes in his workshop many Belgian and foreign artists, such as Lismonde, Jean-Francois Octave, Jan Peter Thorbecke, David Nash, David Tremlet, Jacques Charlier, Peter Downsbrough, Dominique Gauthier, Bob Verschueren, Benoît Jacques to only cite a few.
The MAC’s is housed within the former Grand-Hornu colliery, a monument of European industrial heritage that was designated as UNESCO world heritage in 2012. Since the museum opened in 2002, it has welcomed over a million visitors, produced more than 85 exhibitions and promoted numerous artists from the region. Thanks to such major international artists as Anish Kapoor, Christian Boltanski, Guiseppe Penone and Tony Oursler, who presented their first major Belgian exhibitions here, the reputation of the MAC’s now extends well beyond Belgium’s borders. Drawing inspiration from the unique architecture and history of the Grand-Hornu site, its collection explores themes that have caught the attention of numerous contemporary artists, including memory, technology and community. Every day, the MAC’s offers free guided visits to its exhibitions. The entry ticket also provides access to the historic site of the former colliery and the design exhibitions organized by the CID, the Centre for Innovation and Design. You can find more information about the Mac’s by clicking on the following link: http://www.mac-s.be/en/home/