2 July - 6 September 2010. Marcel Broodthaers (1924 - 1976) was a Belgian poet, film maker and anti-authority artist who often approached his work with a finely-honed literary awareness and keen sense of humour.
His materials were sourced from everyday objects such as sponges, newspapers, eggshells and bricks. Revered as Belgium's greatest modern artist, Broodthaer's large collection from the Museum of Modern Art is augmented by the inclusion of pieces from other museums and private collections, culminating in a rich retrospective of a life's work.
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