Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Mamac), Liege
(3.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • Survivor of the universal exhibition of 1905, as the Fragnee bridge, the Boverie Park Museum houses a superb exhibition, largely based on the book '21, street of la Boétie', the journalist Anne Sinclair. The Red wire is the career of his grandfather's art dealer in between it two wars. Paul Rosenberg was a friend of Picasso, Matisse, Laurencin,... which he sold the paintings in a beautiful Parisian Gallery. The war arriving, it was not good to be Jewish. He went into exile in France Libre, in Libourne, then in America, its works of art were plundered, and took varied paths. The war started after a long job search, and restitution. The exhibition traces brilliantly these steps, with particularly striking parallel between art referred to as degenerate by the nazis and their smooth and academic production. But we also admire above all works from around the world, restoring recovered part of the heritage of the Rosenbergs. Scenography, iconographic documents, audio-visual snippets are very neat, top quality. Pedagogically this is a success, including for children, came in groups and well-behaved so beautiful things.
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  • bright, airy, beautiful Museum spaces in reasonable, elaborately renovated and quietly extended building on this very pleasant Indel. The Liege made here really something on the legs, which is well worth a visit. The way from the futuristic train station over the architecturally very successful pedestrian bridge over the river Maas across and are alone worth the way through the Park Museum.
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  • Beautiful, quality on Modern Art, mainly Paris exhibition. The room devoted to the comparison between this modern Art, said degenerated by the Nazi regime, and painting meets the prescribed system, this room is particularly worth a visit. Striking: "when a totalitarian ideology guide the artistic vision".
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  • The city of Liège has just delivered a World Class Art Venue. Impressive architecture. Definitely worth the detour if you are planning a trip to Belgium. Great permanent collection downstairs.
  • Very nice building built for the 1905 world's fair in Liège and recently renovated and repurposed has museum. Holds exquisite arts ranging from renaissance to contemporary art.
  • Lovely art gallery.
  • beautiful place
  • September 2016, a great temporary exhibition. The building is beautifully restored the Permanent Gallery isn't really worth (lighting, air conditioning...) of the great Hall. The surrounding park is very pretty and access gateways is very convenient. As coming from the Guillemins to the Vennes district. The price of entry is too high to make access to culture for as many. The brewery Madam Boverie is friendly and the dishes offered are of good quality.
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