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Róza El-Hassan Exhibition
From Wednesday 10 May till Sunday 17 September 2017.
Red Star Line Museum, Montevideostraat 3, 2000 Antwerpen, Belgium.
Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday, from 10am to 5pm.
Private view: Tuesday 9 May 2017, from 6pm till 9h30 pm.
- 6h30 pm: Welcoming by Karen Moeskops, director of Red Star Line Museum.
- 18h35 pm: Speech by Caroline Bastiaens, Elderman of Culture.
- 18h45 pm: Speech by Bram Beelaert, curator.
- 18h50 pm: Speech by the artist Róza El-Hassan.
- 18h55 pm: Reception and visit to the installation and exhibition.
The Red Star Line Museum welcomes this spring the Hungarian-Syrian artist Róza El-Hassan with her Breeze 2017 art installation.
The art installation of Róza El-Hassan is a search for answers to practical and existential questions about migration, and home. For the Red Star Line Museum, based on traditional Syrian homes, she will build a “dome” that functions both practically and symbolically as a retreat. The “dome”, surrounded by drawings and sculptures, will be in the middle of a colored garden, which represents a real shelter. The whole has a cosmological round shape with in the middle the “dome”, like the sun amidst planets. With this installation, El-Hassan wants to push the public to think about migration.Exhibition, From Wednesday 10 May till Sunday 17 September 2017
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