2 December - 20 March 2011. As part of the 18 month trio of presidencies of the Council of the European Union, Brussels presents an exhibition which unites the Fauve art of Belgium and Hungary.

Founded in Paris in the early 20th century by Henri Matisse, Maurice de Vlaminck and Georges Braque, the paintings of the Fauve movement were characterised by large areas of bright colours.

The exhibition in the Brussels City Hall displays 50 works on loan from major Hungarian state and private collections by Hungarian artists such as Perlrott Csaba and S

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Address City Hall, Grand-Place, 1000 Brussels, tel. 022796444. www.brussel.be/4292

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Dialogue among Fauves

City Hall, Grand-Place, 1000 Brussels, tel. 022796444. www.brussel.be/4292

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