Appel à communication : « Pop ? » Symposium international sur la réception du Pop Art en Belgique (1960-1970)

The acceptance of Pop Art in Belgian private and public collections and its influence on the Belgian art scene has barely been researched in the past six decades. Nevertheless, the Belgian art world was exposed relatively early to what Karel Geirlandt called the ‘New Figuration’. From 1963 onwards, Pop began to infiltrate the Belgian art scene. First as a part of larger (international) exhibitions, later on as part of (private) collections and finally within the styles of Belgian artists.

Within the framework of the research project ‘The Reception of Pop Art in Belgium between 1962 and 1970’, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, together with the Free University of Brussels and the . . . → En lire plus